SBP-BRiMS is an interdisciplinary computational social science conference focused on both modeling complex socio-technical systems and using computational techniques to reason about and study co[…]
By taking part in this course, you will gain a modelling culture and learn the different skills required for building agent-based models (ABMs) applied to sociological, ecological, or socio-ecolo[…]
The MIT Solve community is looking for technology-based solutions that help communities restore, sustain, and benefit from resilient ecosystems.
SSC 2021 is the 16th annual Social Simulation Conference and will take place from 20th to 24th September 2021 at the Cracow University of Economics, Poland. The conference is one of the key activ[…]
Call for participation
Virtual event, registration is free. All accepted papers will be printed in the AAMAS workshop proceedings and accepted papers, after[…]
Conference Theme: Simulation for a Smart World: From Smart Devices to Smart Cities
December 12-15, 2021
JW Marriott Desert Ridge, Arizona
New Submission Deadline: March 08, 2021
July 07 - 09, 2021
Due to many requests, the regular papers submission deadline of this conference has been e[…]
The BEHAVE Online Spring School 2021 on “Agent-Based Modelling for Social Scientists”, on 19-23 April 2021 will introduce students to Agent-Based Models (ABM) in NetLogo. No computing skills required. Hands-on sections with models and examples. Group and individual counselling for students.
Sessions organized within the annual Western Economics Association International conference. This is a submission directly to us (not WEAI) as we put organize sessions on the topic of Agent-based Computational Economics.
“Agent-based models of social networks”
at Networks 2021 Conference - Joint Sunbelt and NetSci Conference, July 6-11, 2021 (hybrid conference, Washington, DC, USA).