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Open Modeling Foundation: Workshop on Guidance and Standards

We are happy to announce the first of seven workshops aimed at developing good practices and recommendations for improving metadata in computational model-sharing and publishing platforms.

Date: 20 February 2024

Time: 8am (MST), 3pm (UTC), 4pm (CET)

Location: Online (Joining link to be shared one day before the event in this linked document)

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Speaker: Volker Grimm, Open Modelling Foundation

Presentation title: Developing standards for modeling is critical and exciting: lessons from ODD and TRACE

Speaker bio: Volker is a biologist and physicist and works as a senior scientist at the Department of Ecological Modelling at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ in Leipzig, Germany, and as a professor for Theoretical Ecology at the University of Potsdam. He co-authored both the first monograph and the first textbook on agent-based modeling. His main research interest is in optimizing model development, communication, and validation. He has also been involved in modeling a broad range of plant and animal populations and communities, and worked on the use of key concepts such as stability or resilience. He has co/supervised more than 30 PhD students.


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