The World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling, organized annually by the Resource Modeling Association, brings together scientists, stakeholders, and students interested in mathematical modeling of renewable and exhaustible resources.
The Statistical analysis of spatial Data in Agro-Environmental research summer school (SDAE) aims to present statistical analysis of agro-environmental data at different scales, from catchment to regional scale.
The purpose of the CASOS Summer Institute is to provide and intense and hands-on introduction to network analytics and visualization from a combined social-network, network-science, link-analysis[…]
A group of us are preparing a proposal for a Lorentz workshop on ‘Othering and polarization’ to be held in June 2020 (if sucessful). Please read the details if you would like ‘in principle’ to at[…]
May 7th, 2019 at 12:00PM Mountain Daylight Time
Pre-registration required: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/meeting/register/3564b1479f49678c66858a512be5123a
The GeoClaw software and tsunami modeling[…]
22nd International Conference on Principles and Practice in Multi-Agent Systems, PRIMA;
October 28th – October 31st 2019; Torino, Italy
PRIMA is a computer‐science conference with a focus o[…]
Modeling Emergence: Computer Simulation in the Social Sciences.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 - 9:00am to 4:00p[…]
The meeting will bring together experts in earth surface process modeling in a three-day hands-on workshop to identify challenges in bridging boundaries in our current process understanding, both fundamentally in the earth surface processes as well as in the modeling approaches and technology.
What are your colleagues doing to make their models FAIR - Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable? What do publishers and editors expect, and how can you meet those requirements? There are a wide range of practices in use today. Learn what’s going on in the CSDMS community and the broader Earth science community for making models and scientific code FAIR. Presentation by Leslie Hsu, Community for Data Integration, USGS
Wednesday, April 24th, 11:00AM Mountain Daylight Time
This 2-week summer school is about learning the different skills required for building agent-based models for renewable resources management. The first week focuses on general background lectures and learning of UML and platforms. The second week is dedicated to the design and implementation of a model on a platform. The various models built by the different groups are then presented to all the participant at the ned of the training session.