The ICREA International Conference on Small-Scale Societies and Environmental Transformations: Co-evolutionary Dynamics (S3ET) took place on 17th and 18th December 2014 at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

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 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.

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The conference, Simulating the past to understand human history (SPUHH), is intended to showcase the result of the SimulPast project together with current international research on the methodological and theoretical aspects of computer simulation in archaeological and historical contexts.

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The 5th ESSA Summer School in Social Simulation offers an intensive hands-on course on multi-agent modeling applied to the social sciences using the Netlogo modeling environment. Participants will be able to debout immediately in the field and to present their own simulation model at the end of the course, which runs from the 8th to the 12th of September 2014 at Universtat Autònoma de Barcelona.

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"Simulating the Past: Exploring Change Through Computer Simulation in Archaeology", a special issue of the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory (JAMT) has finally been published and is dedicated to articles by the team of the SimulPast project and its external reviewers and international collaborators.

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