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Dresden Summer School in Individual-based Modeling


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The Dresden University of Technology will present its 10th annual summer
school in individual-based modeling, June 30 through July 10, 2016. The
instructors will be Uta Berger, Volker Grimm, and Steven Railsback. The
course will be held in the scenic village of Holzhau, Germany.

This year the course will again be an ‘advanced’ class, designed for
graduate students and researchers who have already made some progress on an
individual-based model for a specific research problem—at least a written
model description and working draft software. Participants will submit a
description of their draft model before the course starts, and the course
will then focus on important strategies for overcoming common
obstacles and successfully completing the participants’ model-based research.

The course will convey skills and experience in the analysis and application
of individual- and agent-based modeling to scientific problems. Analysis
includes debugging, parameter fitting, sensitivity analysis, and robustness
analysis. Model application includes handling uncertainties in data,
designing simulation experiments, and statistical analysis of results.
Guidance for publication success will be provided by instructors who edit
prominent modeling journals. The course will include lectures, extensive
hands-on exercises, and group projects to be presented at the end of the course.

Additional information and the application form are at:
http://tu-dresden.de/forst/summerschool

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