https://iscpif.fr/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Simulation-Model-1.jpg 480 640 Margaux Calon https://iscpif.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/CNRS-ISC-PIF.png Margaux Calon2018-06-25 13:40:152018-06-25 14:19:22Call for Papers : New methods and epistemologies to explore simulation models
The study of complexity can not be anymore dissociated from intensive computational practices. Modeling and simulation have indeed taken a crucial role in the extraction of knowledge, especially in the study of systems with a high complexity such as socio-technical systems. Quantitative geography is a perfect illustration of how methodological, technical, empirical and theoretical advances necessarily strongly bind together: the use of computation centers in the seventies would be comparable to the current democrati- zation of grid computing which impact dramatically changes the way social science is practiced. The aim of this symposium is take a reflexive positioning on these trends, situate them regarding similar practices, and establish the most crucial future issues to be tackled within that stream of research.
https://iscpif.fr/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Recherche-violet-banner.jpg 430 1500 David Chavalarias https://iscpif.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/CNRS-ISC-PIF.png David Chavalarias2015-11-09 08:50:272018-04-30 16:23:17THE NOBEL GAME
This online multi-player game offers new opportunities to study our collective discovery processes.