‘Why on earth would social scientists use agent-based modelling?!’ presented by Peter Barbrook-Johnson

Description: Pete is a Research Associate at the Policy Studies Institute at the University of Westminster, and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Social Simulation at the University of Surrey. Pete uses a range of methods including agent-based modelling in his research, which is based at the intersection of environmental policy, social and behavioural science, and complexity science. In this talk, Pete will introduce agent-based modelling and explore how and when it can be a useful tool for social researchers.

Created by: l.mcweeney@westminster.ac.uk

Thematic Areas: Green design

Location: London and via Smart Rooms

Date and time: 26th October from 12pm to 1pm

Event date: 26/10/2016

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