We are proud to announce that the first online Spring edition of the BEHAVE School on Agent-Based Modelling will take place on 19-23 April 2021! Applications are open until 15 February 2021. Join our school and register here.
This is the inaugural PhD Lecture on "Behavioural Research in Sociology" that Flaminio Squazzoni gave to NASP-ESLS students on 24 November 2020.
Watch the opening lecture by Prof. Squazzoni at his Master class in Behavioural Sociology, 23 September 2020
This is the opening lecture given by Prof. Squazzoni at his Master class in Behavioural Sociology on 23 September 2020. It presents the course and illustrates the approach of behavioural sociology to social research. For any info, see here.
BEHAVE has been presented in an International Symposium on Social Simulation (ISSS 2020) organised by the Macro Agriculture Research Institute in Wuhan, China on 6 August 2020. Flaminio Squazzoni gave an keynote on the integration of behavioural experiments and agent-based modelling.
We are happy to welcome in our team Dr. Marco Cremonini, a computer scientist recently moved to the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan. Marco is interested in the study if co-evolving propagation processes in society, dynamic social networks and agent-based models.
We are happy to welcome in our team Dr. Federico Bianchi as two-year post-doc researcher from 1st July 2020. Dr. Bianchi will work in a project funded by the Minister of University and Research and entitled “One for all, all for one. Reputational mechanisms for aggression, revenge, and forgiveness in intergroup relationships (14ALL)” (PI Davide [...]
The BEHAVE Summer School on Agent-Based Modelling for Social Scientists 2020 will take place online. Registrations are open. Follow this link: http://behavelab.org/behave-summer-school/. The school includes two courses: an introduction and advanced training. Registration could be to one or both courses. The faculty includes: Federico Bianchi (GECS, University of Brescia, Italy) Ernesto Carrella (University of Oxford, [...]
A recent webinar on peer review and data sharing by Flaminio Squazzoni has been posted on YouTube. More detail here.
Our director, Flaminio Squazzoni presents a paper entitled "No evidence of any systematic bias against manuscripts by women in the peer review process of 145 scholarly journals" at the Behavioral Studies Colloquium, ETH, Zurich on 5 May 2020 (1.15PM). The presented paper can be downloaded here. Due to the current situation regarding the Corona virus [...]
BEHAVE at the MeMa – Methodology Matters Seminar on “Mechanisms and Black Boxes”, University of Milan, 17 January 2020
Flaminio Squazzoni, BEHAVE's director, will discuss on mechanisms and explanation with Andrew Bennett (Georgetown University) and Daniel Little (University of Michigan-Deaborn) at the MeMa - Methodology Matters Seminar on 17 January 2020 at the University of Milan. Chaired by Prof. Maurizio Ferrera, the workshop will begin at 1.30PM in Room A, at the NASP Graduate [...]