CSS2018 is the annual conference of the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas (CSSSA), meeting in Santa Fe since 2011.
The GeoSim ’18 workshop focuses on all aspects of simulation as a general paradigm to model and predict spatial systems and generate spatial data. New simulation methodologies and frameworks, not necessarily coming from the SIGSPATIAL community, are encouraged to participate. Also, this workshop is of interest to everyone who works with spatial data.
The Center for the Dynamics of Social Complexity (DySoC) is now accepting applications for its Investigative Workshop, “Extending the Theory of Sustainability,” to be held December 5-7, 2018, at […]
Studying the complex contexts of health behaviors and the dynamic interactions of individuals with their social and physical environments is critical for identifying and informing public health i[…]
The aim of this workshop is to bring awareness to the variety of techniques, engage in critical comparison and evaluation of the ways in which these tools are used, and examine how we should treat model selection, evaluation, and statistical inference in complex problems in archaeology.
CoMSES Net is hosting its second virtual conference, CoMSES 2018!
We welcome presentations dealing with agent-based modeling of social, ecological and social-ecological systems, as well as metho[…]
Purpose of the Winter School
The overall aim of the winter school is that the participants will learn about the opportunities and challenges of agent-based modeling of social-ecological syste[…]
We sincerely invite you to submit a paper to the special session on Agent-based models and computational economics to be held at the AMASES2018 conference.
The main aim of the the special sess[…]
Did you ever feel as the only agent-based modeller in your research institute? Do you wonder whether to use Netlogo or any other ABM platform? Are you struggling with writing your ODD? Do you wan[…]
“Building a Community of Scientific Data Repositories in an Open Science Landscape” will bring together repository managers, users and other stakeholders to explore achievements and future work in the open science landscape. Community talks and posters that explore broad topics of interoperability, preservation, data discovery, reproducible research and sustainability are invited.