Thursday August 23

9:30-10:30 Keynote: Julie Zahle
Posters + Coffee break
11:30-12:30 Roundtable: Communicating simulation results with effective visualisations -how much do audiences matter? Using qualitative data to inform behavioral rules 1
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Validation of agent-based models Social simulation in the policy world 2
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:00 Model sharing, code sharing, and interdisciplinary collaboration in large scale simulation models: There is no ‘I’ in social simulation models Computational economics: Using simulation-based techniques to reflect on economic theory 2
Award & presentation – Best PhD thesis
17:30-18:00 Daily reflection
ESSA general assembly


Using qualitative data to inform behavioral rules

Martin Neumann Exploring the horizon of a cultural space (EA)
Sara Mehryar, Nina Schwarz, Richard Sliuzas and Martin van Maarseveen Making use of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps in Agent-Based Modeling (EA)
Tom Poljansek A Philosophical Framework of Shared Worlds and Cultural Significance for Social Simulation (EA)
F. Leron Shults and Ross Gore Modeling Radicalization and Violent Extremism (EA)


Validation of agent-based models

Mike Farjam and Giangiacomo Bravo Fixing sample biases in experimental data using agent-based modelling (EA)
Koen de Koning and Tatiana Filatova Multi-scale validation of an agent-based housing market model (EA)
Fabricio Vasselai and Samuel Baltz Computational Counterfactuals: Designing Agent-Based Models as virtual experiments (EA)
Gary Polhill, Jonathan Gair, Mark Brewer, Nick Gotts, Jiaqi Ge and Adam Butler Comparing agent-based model versions using Approximate Bayesian Computation (FP)


Social simulation in the policy world

Femke Bekius and Sebastiaan Meijer Selecting the Right Game Concept for Social Simulation of Real-World Systems (EA)
Emiliano Alvarez, Juan Gabriel Brida and Marco Dueñas Inflation expectations in a small open economy (EA)
Chia-An Ku A large-scale agent-based model for simulating urban land-use change in a metropolitan area (EA)
Nuno Trindade Magessi and Luis Antunes
Influences of Innovation in Market Value (FP)
Wander Jager and Claudia Yamu
Simulation models as a societal mirror: How the simulation of communities can contribute to urban planning (FP)


Model sharing, code sharing, and interdisciplinary collaboration in large scale simulation models: There is no ‘I’ in social simulation models

Koen de Koning, Ewert J. Aukes, Frederik G.S. Vos and Anna Priante Putting words into action: interdisciplinary collaboration in computational modelling (EA)
Nicolas Payette Collaborating like professionals: integrating NetLogo and GitHub (EA)
Doug Salt and Gary Polhill Building NetLogo Models from Ontologies as a First Step to Model Integration (FP)
Nicolas Cointe, Grégory Bonnet and Olivier Boissier Ethics-based Cooperation in Multi-Agent Systems (FP)


Computational economics: Using simulation-based techniques to reflect on economic theory 2

Omar A Guerrero, Gonzalo Castaneda and Florian Chávez-Juárez Estimating Policy Priorities via Agent-Computing (EA)
Frank Beckenbach, Sylvie Geisendorf and Christian Klippert Ecological instability and economic evolution – an agent-based analysis of sustainability policy effects on innovation (EA)
Christian Mitsch An agent-based simulation of the learning behavior in repeated Cournot oligopoly games with Q- and SARSA-learning agents (FP)
Stephan Leitner and Friederike Wall Factors influencing the effectiveness of outcome-based control systems: An agent-based variant of the standard hidden-action model (FP)
Ernesto Lhuillier Blockbuster Emergence in Entertainment Platform Markets: Modeling the Social and Industrial History of the North American Home Console Industry (FP)



Themis Dimitra Xanthopoulou, Andreas Prinz, F. Leron Shults and Ivan Puga-Gonzalez An Agent-Based Model of Bullying Dynamics
Khoa Nguyen and René Schumann A Novel Agent Software Architecture Inspired by Psychology
Michał Kot and Bogumił Kamiński Agent-based model of purchase funnel dynamics
Oscar Córdoba-Rodríguez and Miguel A Mendoza An agent-based model for redensification policies in Mexico.
Lars de Ruig, Toon Haer, Jeffrey Czajkowski, Wouter Botzen and Jeroen Aerts An evaluation of reforms of the National Flood Insurance Program to cope with trends in flood risk: An Agent-Based modelling approach
Aldo Juarez and Biliana Alexandrova Kabadjova Searching for different industrial settings in the payment card market: Multi-agent Based Approach
Fabrizio Culotta Contracts Flexibility and Pension Systems
Davide Secchi and Gayanga B. Herath Organisation-Cognition fit in Recruitment Processes. An Agent-Based Model Application
David Langer Moral Capital, Goal Setting and Unethical Behavior in the Light of Agent-Based Modeling
Thomas O’Shea, Paul Bates and Jeffrey Neal The development of a robust framework to represent and support the evaluation of emergent properties within complex flood hazard systems
Hitoshi Yamamoto, Isamu Okada, Satoshi Uchida and Tatsuya Sasaki An agent-based approach to a norm ecosystem: Exploring indispensable norms for promoting and maintaining cooperation
Eriko Shimada, Shohei Yamane, Kotaro Ohori, Hiroaki Yamada and Shingo Takahashi Agent-Based Simulation for Evaluation of Signage System Considering Expression Form in Large-Scale Facility like Airport Passenger Terminals
Hyesop Shin and Mike Bithell Applying a sophisticated O-D Matrix to improve agent’s travel pattern in Netlogo
Przemyslaw Szufel, Bogumil Kaminski and Pawel Pralat Simulating citation dynamics on a research papers graph
Christof Knoeri and Jochen Markard Energy Transition 2.0 – New Frontiers for Transition Modelling?
Mehdi Dastani and Kelvin Lubbertsen Repeatability for Complex Agent-based Social Simulations
Hang Xiong, Robert Huber, Kevin Keller and Thomas Böcker A generic agent-based modelling approach to inject strategic behavior in agricultural systems
Indah Mahendra and Kyle Bahr Agent-based Modeling Simulation for Electronic Waste Recycling Policy in Indonesia
Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez, Christof Knoeri, Joern Hoppmann, Volker Hoffmann and Fabian Rottmann Spreading the Use of Responsive Adjustment Mechanisms for Renewable Energy Deployment Policies: An Agent-based Modelling Cross-country Evaluation
Raphael Klein Using Advocacy Coalition Framework to simulate the policy making process
Blanca González García-Mon Understanding the dynamics of fish commercialization networks for sustainability
Emilie Lindkvist, Andrew Frederick Johnsson, Blanca González García-Mon, Alfredo Gíron-Nava and Maja Schlüter Cross-scale interactions between local and regional fisheries: Implications for local fishing communities


FP stands for full paper – 20 minutes of presentation including Q&A.

EA stands for extended abstract – 15 minutes of presentation including Q&A.

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