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: 7
David O'Sullivan’s interests are in dynamic simulation modelling of geographical phenomena. He is especially interested in applications to urban change and human systems. A particular focus of his recent work has been on the shifting residential locations of different socio-economic groups, with Auckland’s increasing social and ethnic diversity providing an ideal setting for these interests. More recently He has also become interested in urban ecology.
Nilufer Onder research interests include artificial intelligence (AI) planning (planning under uncertainty, contingency planning, probabilistic planning, temporal, concurrent planning, Markov decision processes (MDPs), applications), project management (decision making under uncertainty, intelligent assistance for contingencies, use of AI planning techniques, and simulations), and general AI topics such as agent-based design.
Aguilera Antonio Ontiveros’ research interests include mathematical sociology (complexity theory in the social sciences and computational theories of societies); organizational research (computational theories of organizations, organizational behavior and the effects of emotions); and spacial complexity (cities and complexity, population dynamics, and uses of soil and land management).
Tuncer Ören research interests include modeling and simulation; advanced methodologies (such as multi-models and multi-simulations); agent-directed simulation; cognitive and affective simulations (such as simulation of human behavior by agents with dynamic personality; agents with personality and emotions; agents with perception, anticipation, and understanding abilities; and cognitive simulation applications for conflict management); reliability, quality, and failure avoidance in simulation; ethics in simulation; multilingual as well as ontology-based dictionaries of modeling and simulation; and body of knowledge of modeling and simulation.
Nathaniel Osgood’s research interests focused on providing tools to inform understanding of population health trends and health policy tradeoffs. Such tools can, for example, aid public health decision makers in putting into place cost-effective preventive policies, design more effective screening or treatment strategies for an illness, help provide insight into the causes underlying changes in the number of cases of a disease reported, and react more quickly to an outbreak of infectious disease when it occurs.
Sarah Osentoski’s research interests are in reinforcement learning, machine learning, and robotics.
Sascha Ossowski’s research focuses on the fields of multiagent systems, knowledge modeling, information retrieval, and semantic technologies. The outcomes of research are tested in a variety of domains.
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