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The BarfussLab seeks a motivated and talented doctoral researcher to join our team in modeling human-environment systems. The position is for three years with the possibility of extension. The successful candidate will work on developing, implementing, and analyzing mathematical models of human-environment interactions at the intersection of complex systems science, multi-agent reinforcement learning, and social-ecological resilience.
Objective: to understand, from models confronted with empirical data, how individuals’ opinions and preferences interact with the structuring of social networks and groups to generate collective behaviors and social dynamics.
Keywords: computational social science, opinion dynamics, complex systems modeling, web-mining & deep learning, cognitive science.
Abstract: The formal modeling of social phenomena has known several interdisciplinary contributions since the founding work of John Nash[…]
A Post-Doctoral Research Associate position is available in Policy and Social Modeling at the University of Vermont as part of an NSF-funded research project on Lake Champlain Basin Resilience to[…]
CNRS – National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, France Three Post-doctoral Positions – Modeling of social networks/complex systems Three post-doctoral positions are offered in the field of social network and complex system modeling, including one 3-year position on “quality collectives” and two 1-year positions on blog networks and opinion diffusion. Herebelow are short descriptions of each of the positions – for more details, including application and employment details, please […]
We are seeking applicants for a research associate or research assistant professor (research track) to join our group of innovative public health researchers in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology at Loyola University Chicago. Up to five years of funding is available to support the position. The research assistant professor position requires a minimum of first authorship of peer-reviewed publications; the research associate position requires potential to contribute to […]