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Hot off the press... Shaheen's Thesis: "Topic Discovery from Textual Data"

18 February 2019

Now available online at:

Papers that came out of the workshop on "Cross-scale Resilience In Socio-Ecological Simulations"

22 January 2019

1st-4th May 2017 at Leiden, NL there was a Lorentz workshop on Cross-scale Resilience In Socio-Ecological Simulations. Coming out of this workshop are two joint papers:

Lippe, M., Bithell, M., Gotts, N. et al. (2019) Using agent-based modelling to simulate social-ecological systems across scales, Geoinformatica, available online. DOI: 10.1007/s10707-018-00337-8

Gotts, N.M., van Voorn, G.A.K., Polhill, J.G., de Jong, E., Edmonds, B,. Hofstede, G.J., & Meyer, R. (2018) Agent-based modelling of socio-ecological systems: Models, projects and ontologies. Ecological Complexity, available online. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2018.07.007

There may be others (the second is part of a special issue of Ecological Complexity on a similar topic.

New Project on Opinion Dynamics

4 January 2019

“Towards realistic computational models of social influence dynamics” (ToRealSim) is a four-country (DE, NL, FR, UK) joint project under the Open Research Area initiative. We lead the UK part of this and will work with the University of Leicester, starting April 2019 for 3 years.

New Project on Populism

28 November 2018

From Feb 2019, the CfPM will be leading a new EU-funded project on Populism in Europe.