Agent-Directed Simulation Symposium (ADS’10) – The purpose of the ADS symposium is to facilitate dissemination of the most recent advancements in the theory, methodology, application, and toolkits of agent-directed simulation. Agent-directed simulation is comprehensive in the integration of agent and simulation technologies, by including models that use agents to develop domain-specific simulations, i.e., agent simulation (this is often referred to as agent-based simulation -when other two important aspects are not considered), and by also including the use of agent technology to develop simulation techniques and toolkits that are subsequently applied, either with or without agents.
Alife XII – 12th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, Odense, Denmark, August 19-23, 2010.
Statistical Physics and Biology of Collective Motion – International Workshop – November 8 – 12, 2010.
Swarmfest 2010 – will be held in Santa Fe at the Santa Fe Complex from Sunday, June 20 to Tuesday, June 22, 2010. Topics welcomed include: domain specific applications of Agent-based modeling, ABM toolkit development, optimization and analysis of ABMs, and implementation of ABMs on high-performance computing platforms.
47th Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society – The 2010 ABS annual meeting will be held on the historic campus of the College of William and Mary, hosted by John Swaddle and Dan Cristol, from July 25 to 29.
Measuring Behavior 2010 – The 7th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral research will take place on 24 – 27 August 2010 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
NYC Computational Economics & Complexity Workshop – The NYC Computational Economics & Complexity Workshop is a regularly meeting workshop for faculty and graduate students in the New York City area interested in agent-based, heterogeneous agent, computational economics and related areas. The meetings are held at New School University. The workshop is an opportunity for researchers to present work in any stage of development in order to get feedback and discuss ideas and topics. If you would like to be added to the email contact list, email Jason Barr. February 25 – February 27, 2011, New York City, Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers.
2010 Computational Social Science Society Conference – Over the past decade simulating social processes has achieved some level of credibility — and yet progress in this area is stifled because of the lack of agreement on several critical core features. The new Computational Social Science Society was formed to provide scientists with the opportunity to interact and support the growth of this methodology. The 2010 conference will provide a forum for presenting models and discussing present research and future directions.
3rd World Congress on Social Simulation – Scientific Advances in Understanding Societal Processes and Dynamics; UNIVERSITY OF KASSEL – CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH – September 6-9, 2010
2nd Annual Complexity in Business Conferencece – Specific topics might include: Computational Consumer Behavior Modeling; Geography and Computational Modeling; Diffusion of Innovation; Network-based Organizational Learning; Advanced Data Mining and Agent-based Modeling; Leverage Points and Scenario Analysis; Understanding the Economic and Cultural Implications of Internet-enabled Social Media.