09:00-10:00 Keynote: Milena Tsvetkova
10:00-10:30 break

Cognitive models / Formalising decision making


Agent-based Computational Archaeology: Networks

Modelling social science aspects of socio-ecological systems 2


Social simulation and games

12:30-13:30 lunch
13:30-15:00 Computational organization theory Computational economics: Using simulation-based techniques to reflect on economic theory 1
15:00-15:30 break
15:30-16:30 Essa@work 2 Social simulation in the policy world 1
16:40-17:00 Daily reflection


Cognitive models / Formalising decision making

Daniele Vilone and Mario Paolucci From Quantum Cognition to Quantum Opinion Dynamics (EA)
Nanda Wijermans Formalising fishing styles (EA)
Nicolas Payette, Áron Szekely and Giulia Andrighetto Kickstarting cooperation: experience-weighted attraction learning and norm conformity in a step-level public goods game (EA)
Qing Xu, Sylvie Huet, Eric Perret, Isabelle Boisdon and Guillaume Deffuant Population characteristics and the decision to convert to organic farming (FP)


Agent-based Computational Archaeology: Networks:

Sebastian Fajardo, Gertjan Hofstede, Shira Verduin and Martijn de Vries Old Providence Island: a colonization history ABM (FP)
Frederik Schaff Artificial Anasazi with Explicit Knowledge Representation and Population Model (EA)
Sergi Lozano, Luce Prignano, Magdalena Gómez-Puche and Javier Fernández-López de Pablo Early Holocene Socio-Ecological Dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula: A Network Approach (EA)


Modelling social science aspects of socio-ecological systems 2

Arthur Feinberg, Elena Hooijschuur and Amineh Ghorbani Simulation of behavioural dynamics within urban gardening communities (EA)
Kavin Preethi Narasimhan, Nigel Gilbert and Corinna Elsenbroich Conceptualisation of an Integrated Framework to Assess the Impacts of Dams in Transboundary Contexts (EA)
Ulrich Frey Increasing the robustness of natural resource management research by using multiple methods (EA)
Ernesto Carrella, Richard Bailey and Jens Madsen Simple adaptive rules describe fishing behavior better than perfect rationality in the US West Coast Groundfish fishery (EA)
Sara Mehryar, Richard Sliuzas, Nina Schwarz and Martin van Maarseveen Policy Option Simulation in Socio-Ecological Systems (EA)


Social simulation and games

Setsuya Kurahashi A Health Policy Simulation and Gaming Model of Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever and Zika Fever (EA)
Marie Lisa Kapeller, Georg Jäger and Manfred Füllsack Effects of heterogeneous strategy composition on cooperation in the repeated public good game (EA)


Computational organization theory

Davide Secchi, Peer-Olaf Siebers and Dinuka B. Herath Organisational Plasticity: A Community Modelling Experience (FP)
Iris Lorscheid and Matthias Meyer (Ir-)Rationality of Teams: A process-oriented model of team cognition emergence (FP)
Hang Luo Agent-based System Modeling of the UN Security Council Decision and Reform (FP)
Krzysztof Kulakowski and Piotr Gronek Heider balance and self-evaluation (EA)


Computational economics: Using simulation-based techniques to reflect on economic theory 1

Marcin Czupryna, Michał Jakubczyk and Paweł Oleksy Price formation in parallel trading systems: econometric and agent-based approach (FP)
Annalisa Fabretti What does really drive a participant to a laboratory experiment? (FP)
Friederike Wall Switching Costs in Turbulent Task Environments (FP)
Jiaqi Ge, Gary Polhill, Jennie Macdiarmid, Robin Matthews, Terence Dawson and Mukta Aphale The Impact of Trade on Food Security – Preliminary Results from an Agent-Based Global Trade Model (FP)


ESSA@work 2

Liu Yang, Koen van Dam and Lufeng Zhang Using qualitative data from resident engagement in a simulation model to inform urban transport and public space design in Hackney Wick
Amir Ebrahimi Fard, Rijk Mercuur, Virginia Dignum, Catholijn Jonker and Bartel Van de Walle Toward Modelling Rumourmongering in Organizations: A Social Practice Theory Approach


Social simulation in the policy world 1

Edmund Chattoe-Brown, Andrew Colman, David Jenkins, Eva Krockow and Carolyn Tennant So You Got Two Ologies? The Challenge of Empirically Modelling Medical Prescribing Behaviour and its Effect on Anti-Microbial Resistance as a Case Study (FP)
Antoni Perello-Moragues and Pablo Noriega Using Agent-Based Simulation to understand the role of values in policy-making (FP)
Diogo L. Costa, José Soares and Pedro A. Santos Rich and Poor: Simulating social policies to build a fairer society (FP)


ESSA@work presentations have 30 minutes per presentation including 10 minutes discussion.

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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