Yu Huang

On June 1, 2016 By

Yu Huang is currently completing her PhD degree in Urban Planning at the School of Planning, University of Waterloo. Her research focuses on the complex interactions within the urban housing market system and the emergent urban patterns and market dynamics. Specifically, based on a home buyer and seller survey, she will explore the heterogeneous location […]

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ABM Tutorial

On April 6, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On March 30, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On March 23, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On March 16, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On March 9, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On March 2, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On February 23, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On February 9, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On February 2, 2015 By

ABM tutorials

If you want to learn how to develop your own model, please join us for a series of free tutorials over the winter. We will be using the Repast Simphony platform and the Java programming language for the tutorials. A quick 2-session Java tutorial will be offered at the beginning.

Time: Mondays 2:00-3:00pm, […]

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ABM Tutorial

On August 7, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On July 31, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On July 24, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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AMB Tutorial

On July 17, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On July 10, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On July 3, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On June 26, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On June 19, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On June 12, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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ABM Tutorial

On June 5, 2014 By

Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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Our next WICI Talk is Tuesday, February 24th with Dr. Derek Robinson,  an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management at the University of Waterloo. He will be presenting a talk entitled, “Discovering the Themes of Complexity Science in Land Use Modelling.”

Please join us starting at 2:00pm in M3-2134 for coffee […]

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Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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Speaker: Dr. Hans De Sterck
Title: Mathematical modelling of social spreading processes
Date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 – 2-4pm
Location: M3-2134

A  video of Dr. De Sterck’s is posted below or can be viewed on our Vimeo page.

Abstract

Social spreading processes are intriguing manifestations of how humans interact and […]

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Agent-based models (ABMs) are simulation models that have been used to study complex systems in a wide range of academic fields including Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Economics, Geography, Planning, and Sociology among others. Agent-based models directly represent individual actors (agents, such as animals and plants in ecosystems, residents in cities, and cars in transportation […]

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Fatemeh Jahanmiri

On June 16, 2014 By

Fatemeh Jahanmiri is currently completing her PhD in Urban Planning at the University of Waterloo under the supervision of Dr. Dawn Parker. Given her background in architecture and her interest in nature-inspired design, she followed her research in the field of complexity exploring the origin of fractal patterns in cities.

Supported by WICI, she […]

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Michael Lawrence

On October 25, 2011 By

Michael Lawrence’s work applies concepts from the complexity science literature to the study of conflict and security. He focuses on the relationship between conflict, insecurity and development, particularly on the ways in which armed violence generates complex patterns of social organization. Michael’s M.A. Thesis used thermodynamics and complex adaptive systems theory to provide […]

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Keith Hipel

On August 30, 2011 By

Keith Hipel is University Professor of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo where he is Coordinator of the Conflict Analysis Group. He is President of the Academy of Science within the Royal Society of Canada, Senior Fellow of the Centre for International Governance Innovation, Fellow of the Balsillie School of […]

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Stephen Quilley

On October 21, 2011 By

Stephen Quilley, WICI Director of Development, is an Associate Professor in Social Innovation Generation and the Department of Environment and Resource Studies in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo. Steve is technically a sociologist, having worked previously at University College Dublin (1999-2005) and the ESRC Centre for Research on […]

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Frances Westley

On August 30, 2011 By

Frances Westley is JW McConnell Chair in Social Innovation at University of  Waterloo, where she heads up Social Innovation Generation (SiG), a national initiative designed to build capacity for social innovation in Canada.

Before joining University of Waterloo in 2007 she was Director of the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at […]

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Brian Arthur

On August 30, 2011 By

W. Brian Arthur is an External Faculty Member at the Santa Fe Institute and Visiting Researcher in the Intelligent Systems Lab at PARC (formerly Xerox Parc). He holds a Ph.D. from Berkeley in Operations Research, and has other degrees in economics, engineering and mathematics. From 1983 to 1996 he was Morrison […]

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Yaneer Bar-Yam

On August 30, 2011 By

Yaneer Bar-Yam is Founding President of the New England Complex Systems Institute. He received his SB and PhD in physics from MIT in 1978 and 1984, respectively. He has been engaged in the education of complex systems concepts to academic, executive and professional audiences with over 2,000 graduates of his courses nationally and […]

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Hassan Masum

On October 21, 2011 By

Hassan Masum is a policy and technology strategist. He was a team leader in the Ethical, Social, and Cultural Program for the international Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative, and has worked as an engineer, scientist, foresight specialist, consultant, and global health innovator.

Hassan co-edited The Reputation Society (MIT Press, 2012), and […]

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Edward W. Thommes

On April 4, 2013 By

Edward W. Thommes is a Health Outcomes Manager at GlaxoSmithKline Canada. In addition, he is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Guelph researching multidisciplinary computational modeling under a NSERC Discovery Grant. He completed his PhD in Astrophysics at Queen’s University and was subsequently awarded the J.S. Plaskett […]

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Mark Weber

On August 30, 2011 By

Mark Weber’s research interests include cooperation, trust, the social facilitation of leadership, negotiations, the role of values in decision-making, and social and organizational identity processes. Although his research focuses on social psychology in organizations and systems, he also has a special interest in how micro-level processes drive meso- and macro-level […]

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