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MODSIM2017 — 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation
03 Dec 2017 - 08 Dec 2017 • Hobart, Australia
Abstract:
MODSIM congresses have a strong research emphasis on the practical, scientific and industrial aspects of modelling and simulation, with a strong environmental and especially water resources component. The theme for the MODSIM201 Congress is 'Managing cumulative risks through model-based processes'. Special themes of the conference will include pragmatic policy evaluation, scenario modelling of uncertain futures under climate change, resource constraints, colliding 'catastrophes' and limited budgets. Papers can take a number of approaches including quantitative modelling as well as qualitative, procedural and stakeholder techniques. As well as innovative approaches using novel modelling objectives, we strongly encourage papers that consider modelling techniques and practices that explicitly consider societal and political risk. The MODSIM biennial congresses are the main activity of Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. (MSSANZ).
Contact:
Conference convenors;     Email: modsim2017@mssanz.org.au
Topics:
Applied and computational mathematics, Biological systems, Computer science and engineering, Defence and homeland security modelling, Economics and finance, Energy, integrated infrastructure and urban planning, Environment and ecology, Global change and natural hazards, Health informatics, Operations research, Participatory decision making and modelling social systems, Water resources
Event listing ID:
877203

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