Workshop: Towards Large Multiscale Simulations of Complex Socio-Economic Systems with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents


School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Lecture Theatre 3 & 4, Level 3
21 Nanyang Link, Singapore 637371

About the Workshop

The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts from the problem areas (economics and sociology) and experts from the methods area (parallel/distributed computing, multiscale simulations) to see how we can make progress towards an eventual goal of true multiscale simulations. In such simulations, our vision is to have agents make decisions at the individual level, and let these decisions drive the formation of institutions and norms. Collective decisions made at this higher level would later impact decision making at the individual level




Presentation Slides

Thomas Lux

Modelling the Interbank Network: Multiple Layers of Contagion and Behavioral Aspects


Akira Namatame


Contagion Risks on Optimized Networks


Wentong Cai

Parallel and Distributed Platform for Plug-and-Play Agent-Based Simulations


Robert Marks

Validating and Selecting Agent-Based Models


Hawoong Jeong

“Almighty” Google knows EVERYTHING! (Big-data & Complex Networks) almost