Workshop on Guidance and Standards
We are happy to announce the first of seven workshops aimed at developing good practices and recommendations for improving metadata in computational model-sharing and publishing platforms.
Date: 20 February 2024
Time: 8am (MST), 3pm (UTC), 4pm (CET)
Location: Online (Joining link to be shared one day before the event in this linked document)
Add our workshops to your calendar from here, and sign up to our newsletter by joining this Google Group.
Speaker: Volker Grimm, Open Modelling Foundation
Presentation title: Developing standards for modeling is critical and exciting: lessons from ODD and TRACE
Speaker bio: Volker is a biologist and physicist and works as a senior scientist at the Department of Ecological Modelling at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ in Leipzig, Germany, and as a professor for Theoretical Ecology at the University of Potsdam. He co-authored both the first monograph and the first textbook on agent-based modeling. His main research interest is in optimizing model development, communication, and validation. He has also been involved in modeling a broad range of plant and animal populations and communities, and worked on the use of key concepts such as stability or resilience. He has co/supervised more than 30 PhD students.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.comses.net/events/714