Here you will find an evolving list of researchers around the world who do agent-based modeling or related work. This list is intended as a resource for those interested in discovering people doing interesting research in ABM or related fields in different disciplines. Where ever possible, I try to link a picture of the person, which is directly linked to their website.
Total Researchers Listed on this Page: 11
Akira Namatame’s research interests include multi-agent systems and game theory, computational organizational theory, the theory of interaction and social engineering, and the networks of computing.
Mauro Napoletano’s research interests include the application of agent-based modeling to macroeconomics, the empirics and theory of economic networks, and the statistical properties of microeconomic and macroeconomic dynamics.
Davoud Taghawi Nejad research interests are in agent-based computational microeconomics.
David Newth’s research interests include stability and complexity of ecosystems and societies; evolution of cooperation, social structure and cohesive groups; massive agent based models calibrated by data; network analysis of large complex social and ecological networks.
Muaz Niazi is working on the study, Modeling and Simulation of Complex Adaptive Systems especially in the domain of Life Sciences. He uses techniques such as Agent-Based Modeling, Complex Networks and formal methods for this purpose.
Fredrik Nilsson’s research is based on complexity thinking and theory, and how insights from the field of complexity (conceptual, theoretical, methodological, and agent-based modeling) can facilitate increased adaptation and effectiveness in and among multiple organizations. The application of his complexity research extends from packaging logistics, supply chain management to change process in health care.
Mark Nissen’s research is directed largely toward the study of dynamic knowledge and organization. He views work, technology and organization as an integrated design problem, and he perceives the regulative, normative and cultural-cognitive institutional pillars as mutually reinforcing carriers of organizations. He has been investigating phenomenologically the dynamics of knowledge for some time and published a book (Harnessing Knowledge Dynamics) on the subject in 2006. This has involved some technical effort (e.g., development of a process-redesign expert system called KOPeR, implementation of a multi-agent system for supply chain re-intermediation called the Intelligent Mall, design of electronic employment matching markets), but his interests are largely organizational (e.g., organizing around knowledge flows, integrating human actors with software agents in the organization, understanding contingent aspects of organizational fields), and he is working deeply now in conceptualizing and operationalizing dynamic fit. Also, he is pushing ever farther into computational organizational theory and experimentation, he is working with organizations as complex adaptive systems, and he is pursuing a new initiative focused on organizing in virtual environments (e.g., as a Paladin Kingslayer).
Pablo Noriega’s research interests include electronic Institutions, regulated Agent Systems, automated Negotiation, and IT policy.
Michael North’s research focuses on developing and applying advanced modeling and simulation applications for various branches of the U.S. federal government, state government, several international agencies, private industry, and academia.
Paulo Novais’ research interests include intelligent systems, knowledge representation and reasoning, and agent and multi-agent systems.
Laure Nuninger’s research interests include agent-based modeling, archaeological GIS, archaeological prospection, Gallo-roman archaeology, Iron Age (archaeology), landscape archaeology, Settlement Patterns, and Spatial archaeology.
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