James Woodcock, the programme lead in public health modelling at the Centre for Diet and Activity research at Cambridge, and two of his colleagues will talk about the model that they have been developing there concerning choices as to whether or not to bicyle.
The first versions of this model are up and running, and they would appreciate comments upon it.
4pm Neils Bohr Common room, UoM Physics building.
Last call for abstracts (Arp 7): Beyond Schelling and Axelrod: Computational Models of Ethnocentrism and Diversity - #cfpm_org Any work with simulation models that touch on these issues, critiques of existing models or relevant empirical work welcome. Just email them to d...