Events

Second ESSA Summer School in Social Simulation 2011 (Guilford, UK)

18-22 July 2011

The second ESSA Summer School in Social Simulation was held in Guilford, UK on 18-22 July 2011.  The programme consisted of two lectures per day from experienced modellers, together with group sessions led by experienced researchers when participants discussed their modelling plans and experience. The faculty included Edmund Chattoe-Brown (University of Leicester, UK), Bruce Edmonds (Manchester Metropolitan… MORE

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The Seventh ESSA Conference in Social Simulation 2011 (Montpellier, France)

19-23 September 2011

The Seventh ESSA Conference in Social Simulation was held in Montpellier, France, on 19-23 September 2011. Invited speakers were: Nils Ferrand (IRSTEA Montpellier), Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich),  Frank Dignum (TU Delft) and Alan Kirman (University of Marseille).  

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Third World Congress on Social Simulation, 6-9 September 2010 (Kassel, Germany)

The Third World Congress on Social Simulation was held in Kassel, Germany on 6-9 September 2010. It was jointly organised by PAAA (Pacific and Asia), NAACSOS (North America) and ESSA (Europe). Invited speakers were Marco Janssen (Arizona State University, USA), Wolfram Mauser (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Germany) and Shingo Takahashi (Waseda University, Japan).

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First ESSA Summer School in Social Simulation 2010 (Brescia, Italy)

13-17 September 2010

The first ESSA Summer School in Social Simulation was held in Brescia, Italy on 13-17 September 2010. It was co-sponsored by SIMIAN-Simulation Innovation: A Node, and Project Group. The faculty included Nigel Gilbert (University of Surrey, UK), Klaus G. Troitzsch (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany), Rosaria Conte (CNR, Rome) and Claudio Cioffi-Revilla (George Mason University, USA. It attracted more than… MORE

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Sixth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation 2009 (Guilford, UK)

14-18, September 2009

The Sixth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation was held in Guilford, UK, on 14-18 September 2009. Invited speakers were Jim Doran (University of Durham, UK) and Mark Bedau (Reed College, USA).

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Second World Congress on Social Simulation 2008 (Fairfax, USA)

14-17 July 2008

The Second World Congress on Social Simulation was held in Fairfax, USA on 14-17 July 2008. It was jointly organised by PAAA (Pacific and Asia), NAACSOS (North America) and ESSA (Europe). Invited speakers were Joshua M. Epstein (Brookings Institution, USA), Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) and Hiroshi Deguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

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Fifth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation 2008 (Brescia, Italy)

1-5, September 2008

The Fifth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation was held in Brescia, Italy, on 1-5 September 2008. The invited speaker was Peter Hedstrom (Nuffield College, Oxford, UK). It was co-sponsored by Lucchini Foundation.

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Fourth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation 2007 (Toulouse, France)

10-14, September 2007

The Fourth ESSA Conference in Social Simulation was held in Toulouse, France, on 10-14 September 2007. Invited speakers were Marco Janssen (Arizona State University, USA) and David Hales (University of Bologna, Italy). Proceedings were published as “Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Simulation of Social Phenomena”, ISBN 978-2-9520326-7-4.

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First World Congress on Social Simulation 2006 (Kyoto, Japan)

21-25 August 2006

The First World Congress on Social Simulation was held in Kyoto, Japan on 21-25 August 2006. It was jointly organised by PAAA (Pacific and Asia), NAACSOS (North America) and ESSA (Europe)

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Third ESSA Conference in Social Simulation 2005 (Koblenz, Germany)

5-9, September 2005

The Third ESSA Conference in Social Simulation was held in Koblenz, Germany on 5-9, September 2005. Pre-proceedings were published as “Representing Social Reality”, ISBN 978-3-934795-33-4. Several papers of this and the two earlier conferences were published in “Social Simulation: Technologies, Advances and New Discoveries“, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-522.

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