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Expired Last updated 5 years ago Submitted by Clément Chion

Department of Natural Sciences – Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)
**Spatiotemporal Individual-Based Modelling of the St. Lawrence Estuary Beluga Population

Expired Last updated 6 years ago Submitted by Birgit Müller

We offer a vacancy in the field of social-ecological simulation modelling for synthesis work on pastoral systems.

Expired Last updated 6 years ago Submitted by Marco Janssen

The University of Twente, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC), offers a fully-funded 4 year PhD position on ABM for urban risk-prone areas:!/phd-candidate-the-effects-of-human-decision-making-on-settling-in-risk-prone-urban-areas/1117217

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Expired Last updated 6 years ago Submitted by Marco Janssen

The Department of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on an interdisciplinary project focused on the bioeconomics of managing invasive plants in forests with heterogeneous landownership. The project seeks to integrate models of landscape composition, invasive plant distributions, and bioeconomic models to address both basic and applied research questions about optimal invasive […]

Expired Last updated 8 years ago Submitted by dgweb121

Computational modeling of spatial and temporal dynamics of responsive governance in aquatic systems PIs: Kathy Cottingham, Mark Borsuk, and D.G. Webster Faculty in the Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society (EEES) Program at Dartmouth College are seeking applications for a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher with interest in spatially-explicit computational modeling of dynamic social-ecological systems. Led by an interdisciplinary team of researchers, this project will examine […]

Expired Last updated 8 years ago Submitted by Thomas Tirone
  1. Uses a high degree of concentration to plan, develop, build, test, validate and operate multiscale agent-based simulation models for a variety of nonlinear, time-based problems within ALSAC, drawing on a current inventory of predictive models as well as exploratory work. Multiscale agent-based simulation models for strategic and/or tactical applications in Java or C++ produce system-level financial and other outputs (metrics, forecasts) based on (a) consumer econometrics, algorithms, […]
Expired Last updated 8 years ago Submitted by Marco Janssen

Associate professorship in Computational Methods and Complex Systems at the Ca Foscari University of Venice: The successful candidate will have a strong record in research and teaching with proven expertise / exposure in one or more of the following areas: • computational economics/finance • risk mitigation/management • networks and graph theory applied to the analysis of social and economic systems. Candidates with strong quantitative background in mathematics, engineering, computer […]

Expired Last updated 9 years ago Submitted by Toon Haer

For a detailed description of the PhD-position: Contents of the research Economic losses due to weather related natural hazards continue to rise rapidly in all regions of the world. For example, extreme flood events and storm surges all have a significant impact on society, and these impacts will increase in the future through climate change and socio economic developments. Much research to date has focused on the assessment and […]

Expired Last updated 9 years ago Submitted by Roman Seidl

ETH Zurich is one of the leading universities in the world with a strong focus on science and engineering. In 2014 the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research-Supply of Electricity (SCCER-SoE) was established to conduct fundamental research and develop innovative solutions in the domains of deep geothermal and hydro power. Within SCCER-SoE, the Risk Governance team comprises engineers, natural and social scientists working jointly on a holistic risk governance framework for […]

CLIMATE CHANGE AND REGIME SHIFTS IN FLOOD-PRONE URBAN AREAS: AN AGENT-BASED APPROACH Background: Coupled socio-ecological systems (SES) are known to experience regime shifts. By this we mean fast and usually irreversible changes in systems, like the ones that we observe when ecosystems collapse due to overexploitation, or when economy cannot recover after natural disasters (floods, droughts, etc.), or when societies undergo dramatic changes as in resource-driven conflicts. The topic is of […]

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