Jobs & Appointments

Last updated Thu Sep 22 20:33:28 2022
Submitted by Patrick Zollner

This postdoc will help design, develop and apply an Agent Based Model simulating the effects of stressors on least bells vireos (an endangered bird species found in southern California). A project overview can be found here ( and this video ( provides a 1/2 hour project summary. Questions can be directed to Dr. Pat Zollner using [email protected]

To develop simulation models to assess the impact of aporophobia (rejection of the poor) on countries’ welfare states and social variables such as poverty and inequality. The selected candidate should provide technical support to the project on modelling and simulation based on agents, design experiments, analyse simulation results and contribute to research articles.

Last updated Sat Jun 18 00:01:01 2022
Submitted by Kelly Claborn

You will be based in the socially aware AI (SAAI) group ( This group is world famous for its work on sophisticated social simulations ranging from the effectiveness of restrictions in the covid crisis to support for sustainable neighbourhoods. The group is specifically well-known for its formalizations and implementations of social concepts that govern people’s lives, such as routines, practices, norms, conventions, roles, etc. With […]

Last updated Mon May 30 18:19:26 2022
Submitted by Kelly Claborn

If you have a MSc in System Dynamics, System Engineering, or related areas and you want to work at the very front of the new scientific revolution within sustainable design, this is a job for you to thrive.

At DTU Construct you will break new ground at the absolute forefront for enabling the design of sustainable solutions and be an active part of REBOUNDLESS, a prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant project, recently awarded by the European Research Council.

You will contribute to the dev[…]

The successful applicant will develop models of future urban heating infrastructure with respect to the energy economic framing and climate protection targets in cooperation with Fraunhofer IEE. The focus is on the identification and mitigation of obstacles for individual investors under consideration of relevant stakeholders such as municipality, public utility companies, plumbers, and energy advisors[…]

Last updated Thu May 19 20:13:50 2022
Submitted by Patrick Zollner

A Post-Doctoral Schloar position is available in Dr. Pat Zollner’s lab in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University. The PhD student will work collaboratively with a PhD student, project Co-PIs, and stakeholders to develop an Agent Based Model to understand how multiple stressors and interactions between those stressors as well as management scenarios impact populations of Least Bell’s Vireo in Southern California.

Researcher position (0.5 FTE) at NORCE

Application deadline 2022-06-01
Last updated Wed May 11 16:49:54 2022
Submitted by Kelly Claborn

The selected candidate will be appointed a part-time position (0,5 fte) as a Forsker/Researcher in the NORCE Kristiansand office. The working language is English, although knowledge of or willingness to learn Norwegian will be an additional advantage.

We are looking for a researcher to complement our Modelling and Simulation team. Initially, the successful candidate will be responsible for programming agent-based models of urban logistic systems in a H2020 grant that brings together indust[…]

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow in Health Tech

Application deadline 2022-04-10
Last updated Tue Mar 15 13:53:56 2022
Submitted by Itamar Megiddo

The Department of Management Science at the University of Strathclyde is advertising for Chancellor’s Fellow in Health Tech.

Candidates should be familiar with management science systems modelling for decision making in the management of complex systems.

These are attractive, strategic posts for PhD-holders with strong research potential. The post is equivalent to a US Assistant Prof or UK lecturer level but has a reduced teaching load to encourage the development of a research portfolio.

Last updated Fri Feb 18 01:09:17 2022
Submitted by Kelly Claborn

The Center for Mind and Culture (CMAC) is a non-profit research center that innovates creative solutions for urgent social problems. We are committed to a radically interdisciplinary, non-partisan approach, and uniting the humanities, social sciences, and data sciences. CMAC mobilizes an international network of experts to develop cutting-edge tools and disseminate visionary insights to public and professional stakeholders. We aim to deepen understanding of complex adaptive social systems i[…]

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