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Senior Software Developer

Application deadline 2024-07-12
Expired Last updated 2 weeks ago Submitted by Aaron Brandes

The Center for Connected Learning & Computer-Based Modeling (CCL) at Northwestern University is looking for a
full-time Software Developer to work on NetLogo. If you are a system builder and can design and implement a whole
application independently, this position is ideal for you! Start date as soon as possible. Please apply via [email protected], which is faster than applying via the web site. See detailed description.

Expired Last updated 3 weeks ago Submitted by Judith Verstegen

The aim of this project is to improve the comparability and selection of spatial optimisation algorithms through the design, testing, and publication of spatial optimisation benchmarks. The developed benchmarks will be tested on case studies in spatial planning and economic geography. Starting date is October 1st, 2024.

Expired Last updated 1 month ago Submitted by Samantha Farquhar

The Department of Coastal Studies in East Carolina University (ECU) is seeking a post-doctoral scholar with expertise in agent-based or similar rules-based modeling systems as part of an NSF-funded DISES project investigating ecosystem-based adaptation to extreme storm events in Fiji and Puerto Rico https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2206479).

NetLogo Seeks Founding Executive Director

Application deadline 2024-09-01
1 month left to apply Last updated 2 months ago Submitted by John Chen

The NetLogo project seeks a founding executive director (Sr. Project Administrator) to help develop an organizational structure to cultivate the ecosystem of NetLogo users and contributors. The organization exists to maintain and develop the NetLogo software and grow its community of computational modelers. The initial term for this position is through 8/31/2025.

Expired Last updated 2 weeks ago Submitted by Aniruddha Belsare

We are seeking a PhD student to join our team of researchers at Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment. We are partnering with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) to develop a modeling, monitoring, and decision-analysis framework for improving deer population management throughout the state of Alabama.

Multiple positions at LMU Munich

Application deadline None
No deadline Last updated 4 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

LMU Munich is seeking to fill several exciting positions around Earth system modeling and land use. See here (or below) for further details and https://www.geographie.uni-muenchen.de/department/fiona_eng/department/geographie/index.html for general information on our group.

Postdoc Modeling Open Source Software Communities

Application deadline 2024-03-01
Expired Last updated 5 months ago Submitted by Marco Janssen

POSITION DESCRIPTION
We are looking to recruit a postdoctoral scholar for a two-year position in an interdisciplinary NSF-funded research project (#2020751). A premise of the work is that open source …

Expired Last updated 5 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

Delft University of Technology is looking for a PhD candidate with a strong quantitative background; please see the description below. The deadline for applications is 28 February 2024

An exciting opportunity to improve systems simulation modelling in tackling the complex challenges in health and social care. The project focus is on understanding how personalised, technology-facilitated home care can efficiently meet current and future demands of health and social care for older adults. Systems simulation modelling (ABM, SD, DES, and hybrid models) has lacked a coherent theory for incorporating health-related behaviour—crucial to addressing this topic.

Expired Last updated 5 months ago Submitted by Itamar Megiddo

The Department of Management Science at the University of Strathclyde is hiring for a lecturer position (Assistant professor).

The lecturer search is across all the Department’s research themes, with one of the five main areas of interest being complex systems simulation.

The Department conducts research on improving simulation methods rigour, including agent-based modelling, system dynamics, discrete-event simulation, and hybrid models. It also teaches the three simulation methods.

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