A growing collection of resources for
computational model-based science.

an international community and cyberinfrastructure to support transparency and reproducibility for computational models & their digital context + educational resources and FAQ's for agent based modeling

CoMSES Net is an international network of researchers, educators and professionals with the common goal of improving the way we develop, share, and use computational modeling in the social and ecological sciences.
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Publish your code

Publish your Code

Preserve the digital artifacts and context used to derive a published research finding in an open digital repository that supports FAIR practices for Research Software, software citation, reproducibility, and reuse.

Promote good practices for developing, documenting, and publishing computational models.
Community Events and Jobs

Community Events and Jobs

Upcoming conferences, workshops, training opportunities, schools, and events of broad interest for the computational modeling community as well as an open jobs board for computational modelers in academia and industry.

Our Community

CoMSES Net is dedicated to fostering open and reproducible scientific computation through cyberinfrastructure and community development. We develop and curate resources for model-based science with FAQs and forums for discussions, job postings, and events. We also develop and maintain the CoMSES Computational Model Library, a digital repository for code that supports discovery and good practices for software citation, reproducibility and reuse.

Latest Jobs & Appointments

Senior Software Developer

The Center for Connected Learning & Computer-Based Modeling (CCL) at Northwestern University is looking for a full-time Software Developer to work on NetLogo. If you are a system builder and can design and implement a whole application independently, this position is ideal for you! Start date as soon as possible. Please apply via [email protected], which is faster than applying via the web site. See detailed description.

PhD Position in Benchmarks for Spatial Optimisation @Utrecht University, The Netherlands

The aim of this project is to improve the comparability and selection of spatial optimisation algorithms through the design, testing, and publication of spatial optimisation benchmarks. The developed benchmarks will be tested on case studies in spatial planning and economic geography. Starting date is October 1st, 2024.

Post-Doc: Agent Based Modeler for adaptation to storms

The Department of Coastal Studies in East Carolina University (ECU) is seeking a post-doctoral scholar with expertise in agent-based or similar rules-based modeling systems as part of an NSF-funded DISES project investigating ecosystem-based adaptation to extreme storm events in Fiji and Puerto Rico https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2206479).

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