SimulPast - seminar

  • Conditional dissociation model

    Conditional dissociation as a plausible mechanism for the emergence of cooperation was the topic of one of the seminars by members of research group G10 of the SimulPast project. These seminars were given at the University of Western Australia in Perth on 7th and 11th of October 2013.

  • Random walks and levy flights

     Credit: Sorathan Chaturapruek, Jonah Breslau, Daniel Yazdi, Scott G. McCalla, and Theodore Kolokolnikov.

    "Random walks and Lévy flights: a social-science approach", a seminar by Dr. María Pereda García (Universidad de Burgos) from SimulPast group G10, took place in relation to case study 3 in the SimulPast project on the 25th of September, 2014, at IMF-CSIC, Egipcíaques 15, Barcelona 08001, Spain.

  • Traditional ecological knowledge seminar

    A seminar titled "When Knowledge follows the blood. Kin groups and the distribution of ecological knowledge in a community of semi-nomadic pastoralists (Gujarat state, India)" will be presented on 19th April 2014, 12.30h, as part of a series on Ethno-Ecology and Integrated Assessment.

  • UCM FI postgrade lecture

    Modelado basado en agentes para simular el pasado. Cooperación social en Tierra del Fuego ("Agent-based modelling for simulating the past. Social cooperation in Tierra del Fuego"), a graduate lecture at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Informática, on 22nd April 2015 at 16:30h.