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XVIII Latin American System Dynamics Conference

XVIII Latin American System Dynamics Conference XVIII CLADS 2020 -¬†VIRTUAL We invite you to join us, virtually, for the XVIII Latin American System Dynamics Conference.¬†System Dynamics is a computer-aided approach to policy analysis and design which applies¬†to any dynamic systems characterized by interdependence, mutual interaction, information¬†feedback, and circular causality. This year, to keep all of […]

System Dynamics Agriculture and Food Special Interest Group

In several previous monthly meetings, we've had a lot of fruitful discussion and interaction, some of which has led to innovative collaboration among SIG members. This month we would like to highlight these successes and propel our collaboration forward with a roundtable discussion/open forum on teaching and learning System Dynamics in Ag & Food contexts. […]

The Fish Banks Seminar

Thursday, October 29th¬† 10 AM-1 PM Eastern US time by Jason Jay, Senior Lecturer and Director of the¬†Sustainability Initiative¬†at the MIT Sloan School of Management Join us on Thursday, October 29th from 10am - 1pm EST for¬†Fish Banks, the classic web-based simulation¬† developed by Dennis Meadows.¬†Jason Jay¬†will lead participants through this participatory game in which […]

Dynamic Decision Making in Operations Management

MIT System Dynamics Group Seminar Series presents Stephen Leider University of Michigan Ross School of Business Dynamic Decision Making in Operations Management Monday, November 2nd at 9:00-10:30am ET Abstract:¬†Dynamic decision problems are common in operations applications. However, solving them optimally is likely to challenge the cognitive abilities of most human decision makers. Many human decision […]

Modeling Covid-19: A Panel Discussion

System Dynamics Society Zoom
Virtual Event

@ 11:00 AM ‚Äď 12:30 PM EST (New York)
@ 4:00 PM ‚Äď 5:30 PM GMT (London)
@ 12:00 AM ‚Äď 1:30 AM CST (Beijing)

Join host Mohammad Jalali (Harvard University) as he provides a big picture overview of Covid-19 modeling activities taking place in different modeling communities.  He will explore the question of what makes a Covid-19 model useful with panelists Jeroen Struben (EMYLON Business School), Hazhir Rahmandad (MIT Sloan), Jack Homer (Homer Consulting), and Navid Ghaffarzadegan (Virginia Tech).