This one-hour "taster" course is designed to give an overview to agent-based modelling - a computer modelling technique that is playing an increasingly important role in ecology, climate change, collective animal behaviour, economics, political science, sociology, anthropology and many other fields. Several interactive animated examples will be presented and a discussion of the big ideas behind agent-based modelling will be presented.
|Intended audience||Anyone interested in agent-based or individual-based modelling|
|Resources||Notes and resources will be available online|
|Format||Presentation and discussion|
|Where next?||We offer further courses on ABM:
* A three-hour course - Agent-based modelling: An introduction to modelling behaviours in your research.
*There is also a series of 7 two-hour sessions which we offer once each year. The "taster" session has a substantial overlap with the first one-hour session Agent-based modelling (1): Introduction to tools and concepts session. If you attend the taster session please skip the first session and start with session 2 Agent-based modelling (2): A predator-prey example
|5th week||Wednesday 18 February||10:30-11:30||1||0.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||Booking opens January 19th 2015||Email me when booking opens|
Can't make any of these dates? Express an interest in future dates for this course.