Jobs & Appointments

Modeling Social-Ecological Systems

Application deadline None
Last updated Tue Dec 2 16:07:57 2008
Submitted by Marco Janssen

The Institute for Social-Ecological Research (ISOE, www.isoe.de) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, offers a three year post for a senior scientist in the area of modelling social-ecological systems. The successful candidate is expected to have strong expertise in recent modelling techniques (e.g. agent-based modelling, fuzzy logic) and should be familiar with complexity theory and theories of self-organisation. The thematic focus of the post is water research. As ISOE’s working language is […]

Last updated Wed Nov 26 20:26:57 2008
Submitted by Openabm Administrator

National Heart Forum Research Associate (Computational Modelling) The National Heart Forum has recently secured a contract to further develop the micro-simulation model originally developed for the Foresight Obesity Programme. We are now looking for a person/persons to support the existing team of three, currently comprising a Professor of Epidemiology, mathematician/computer expert and project manager/public health policy researcher. We anticipate that the ideal person should be a post- […]

Postdoc on MAS and cognitive finance

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Last updated Wed Nov 26 20:25:23 2008
Submitted by Openabm Administrator

A six month post-doctoral fellowship starting as soon as possible in 2009 is offered at Telecom-Bretagne as a part of a project on “multi-agent systems and cognitive finance”. The general topic is on market simulations and rationality in financial markets. The project is part of a larger one which aims at developing a multi-agent platform. It is a joint project between TELECOM-Bretagne, department LUSSI and the university of Lille, CISCo and is sponsored by the INSTITUT TELECOM. Candidates […]

Last updated Wed Nov 26 20:24:34 2008
Submitted by Openabm Administrator

The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) at the University of Michigan is seeking applications from qualified, motivated, prospective PhD students to work on dissertation research related to the SLUCE II project (Spatial Land Use Change and Ecological Effects.) This is a collaborative, interdisciplinary research project involving six faculty members in the area of coupled human-natural systems. The project links agent-based modeling of human behaviors driving land use / land […]

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