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This is the joint group meeting of the research groups in Applied and Theoretical Systems Science. We discuss new results, bounce off new ideas, practice talks, and do journals clubs - just to mention a few of our activities.

We are always happy to host guests and visitors. If you're interested or would like get involved, please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Frank M. Hilker (Applied Systems Science) & Horst Malchow (Theoretical Systems Science)

Archive: Previous research groups meetings

Please note that in the winter semester there is also a Colloquium series

Winter Semester 2015/16

Date Time Presenter Title Room Note
Tue 10.11.2015 11:00 Fabian Heitmann
New Approaches for Abstraction and Agent-Based Modelling of Common-Pool-Ressource Dilemmas. 35/E25 IUSF Research Seminar
Tue 24.11.2015 11:00 Matthew Adamson
Partially specified modelling: A new framework for incorporating process uncertainty into biological models. 35/E25 IUSF Research Seminar
Tue 01.12.2015 11:00 Claudia Pahl - Wostl
Water-Energy-Food Nexus. 35/E25 IUSF Research Seminar
Thu 03.12.2015 13:30 Sebastian Lehmann, UFZ Fast calibration of dynamic vegetation models 66/E16
14:15 Mateus Danta de Paula, UFZ Consequences of forest fragmentation to ecological and ecosystem processes - Insights from forest models and remote sensing 66/E16
Tue 05.01.2016 11:00 Vanessa Schakau
Spores, salmon and streams: A modelling approach for salmonid Ceratomyxosis in the Klamath River System. 35/E25
Tue 12.01.2016 10:15 Edna Rödig
UFZ
Biomass of the Amazon rainforest: regionalization of an individual-based forest gap model 35/E25 Seminar with EcolMod, ASW, TSW
11:00 Gunnar Dreßler
UFZ
The relevance of human decision making for socio-environmental dynamics: using agent-based modelling to assess disaster management performance 35/E25 REM, EnvEconom
Tue 19.01.2016 11:00 Philipp Gorris
Network Analysis in Social and Ecological Systems. 35/E25 IUSF Research Seminar
Tue 26.01.2016 10:00 Jürgen Berlekamp
Introduction to GREAT-ER, I: model concept and geodata processing 35/E25
Tue 02.02.2016 10:00 Jörg Klasmeier
Introduction to GREAT-ER, II: applications 35/E25

Abstracts of selected talks