All at 4pm, Friday, Neils Bohr Common Room, Schuster Building, Brunswick Street, University of Manchester.
Today, 7th February : James Woodcock and team (Centre for Diet and Activity research, Cambridge) on "Learning what you need to cycle: an agent based model of cycle commuting"
February 14th, a Valentine Day's special, Luis Lafuerza on "Sex and noise in speciation"
February 21st: Ruth Meyer on "DITCH - a model of inter-ethnic partnership"
February 28th: George Constable TBA
March 7th: Stefano Picascia on "An Agent Based Exploration of Urban Economic and Cultural Dynamics Under the Rent-Gap Hypotheses"
New Paper in RS Open Science: "Computational modelling for decision-making: where, why, what, who and how" - Computational modelling for decision-making: where, why, what, who and how*by Muffy Calder, Claire Craig, Dave Culley, Richard de Cani, Christl A. Donnelly...