Award Type: Best Student Conference Poster

Social Simulation Conference 2023 Best student poster award: Lukas Schubotz

At the 2023 Social Simulation Confernece, Lukas Schubotz was awarded the best student poster award for the paper “Beyond the Horizon: Empirical Exploration of Opinion Dynamics via Inverse Modelling”, co-authored with supervisors Émile Chappin and Geeske Scholz. Lucas is a PhD student at Technical University Delft.

Social Simulation Conference 2014 Best Student Poster (Barcelona, Spain)

Tomas Trescak (Western Sydney University) was awarded on 5 September 2014 for the Best Student Poster. The poster was entitled “City of Uruk 3000 B.C.: Using genetic algorithms, dynamic planning and crowd simulation to re-enact everyday life of ancient Sumerians” (co-authors Anton Bogdanovych and Simeon Simoff)

WCSS 2010 Best Student Poster (Kassel, Germany)

Sascha Holzhauer (University of Kassel, Germany) was awarded for the Best Student Poster at the Third World Congress of Social Simulation 2010. The poster was entitled “A Challenging Replication that Partly Succeeded: A Network Evolution Model”.

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