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. Learn more
Publish your code

Publish your Code

Preserve the digital artifacts used to derive a publishable finding in an open digital repository that supports discovery and good practices for software citation, reproducibility, and reuse.
Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Upcoming conferences, workshops, and events of interest for the computational modeling community. CoMSES also organizes and hosts an annual Virtual Conference every October with a mix of community submitted and invited video presentations.

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.

Recent Forum Posts

COMOKIT

Posted by drogoul - Tue May 26 08:04:41 2020

Wildlife-Human Interactions in Shared Landscapes (WHISL)

Posted by abaezacastro - Fri May 22 17:39:52 2020

The Coevolution of the Firm and the Product Attribute Space

Posted by cesagar - Fri May 22 00:06:35 2020

An agent-based model of building occupant behavior during load shedding

Posted by handichan - Thu May 21 15:50:45 2020

Latest Jobs & Appointments

PhD in ecological modeling - ESR02 - Quantification of light pollution as a migration barrier, DEADLINE (first-round): May 31st, 2020

The PhD project will focus on modeling fish migration along rivers. The main objectives are to determine the effects of artificial light at night on fish migration, and to identify criteria for artificial sustainable light management. The ideal candidate has a solid understanding of ecological concepts, combining experience in spatial explicit approaches in environmental modelling (e.g. agent-based models) with an interest in confronting ecological theory and models with experimental data.

PhD in Modeling and Engineering Risk and Complexity

NEW 4-YEAR PHD PROGRAM IN MODELING AND ENGINEERING RISK AND COMPLEXITY AT THE NEW SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED STUDIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAPLES FEDERICO II From climate change and sustainability to seismic engineering and Industry 4.0, all the crucial challenges facing mankind today require the ability to understand and engineer ever growing reliable interdependent, complex and interconnected systems and infrastructures. The Call for Applications for the new 4 year PhD Program in Modeling an[...]

Repast modeler/postdoc

In the past weeks we have developed an agent based social simulation for the COVID crisis (ASSOCC). The results are continuously updated on the website of the project: https://simassocc.org/. At the moment we have quite a complex model that does a good job to simulate the epidemiological, economic and social effects of the crisis and their dependencies. The model now runs with 1000 agents. The whole model is built in NetLogo and now reached its limits. In order to move on to scenarios with [...]

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