Jobs & Appointments

Last updated Fri Oct 25 18:16:06 2019
Submitted by Uta Berger

Within the framework of the research project PEKRIS II, which is being carried out in cooperation with the University of Oldenburg Germany, the University of British Columbia Vancouver Canada, the Australian Antarctic Division in Hobart (all three responsible for the empirical part) and TU Dresden Germany (responsible for modeling), the TU Dresden is searching for an ecological modeler at the earliest possible date.

Last updated Tue Oct 15 09:17:49 2019
Submitted by David Parra

The successful candidate will perform agent-based modeling (ABM) and optimisation of consumer preferences for technologies and strategies to manage solar PV and electricity demand for the next 3 yr. This is an interdisciplinary project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).

Last updated Tue Jul 23 11:03:24 2019
Submitted by Christopher Frantz

At the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), we are currently advertising a PhD fellowship in the area of policy analysis using agent-based modelling. […]

Last updated Fri Jul 12 06:31:42 2019
Submitted by Neelke Doorn

The Ethics/Philosophy of Technology Section of Delft University of Technology is looking for a PhD candidate who will develop an agent-based model to simulate responsibility arrangements in resilience policy for climate adaptation. We are looking for someone with strong conceptual skills, for example through a background in philosophy or artificial intelligence, and experience in agent-based modelling or a willingness to acquire agent-based modelling skills.

Last updated Wed Jul 10 12:00:09 2019
Submitted by Judith Verstegen

The Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster, Germany, is offering up to three scholarships for students who want to do a PhD in geoinformatics on a topic of their choice.

Last updated Mon Jul 8 16:40:04 2019
Submitted by Chathika Gunaratne

University of Central Florida – College of Engineering and Computer Science

Postdoctoral Fellow in Agent-Based Modeling of Information Spread and Evolution over Online Social Media (Starting Fall 2019/ Spring 2020)

Last updated Tue Jan 22 14:09:56 2019
Submitted by Mike Quayle

Postdoc (up to five years) on a project developing a network theory of attitudes that will help understand group dynamics/polarization in opinion dynamics on social media.

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