First things first: The first session after the Wednesday lunch break of the traditional AGIT / GI_Forum conference in Salzburg will be dedicated to Spatial Simulation. Don’t miss three interesting talks plus an ABM-update, in which early career researchers share their project results.

Spatial Simulation

July 5th, 1 pm-2.30 pm, Blauer Hörsaal

·         Determinants of Social Networking Mechanisms and their Potential Effects on a Place-Based Geography – An Agent-Based Simulation Approach

Koch Andreas, University of Salzburg, Dep. of Geography and Geology

·         Modelling the forest fuel market focusing on wood chips: spatial agent-based approaches to simulate competition among the heating plants

Scholz Johannes, Graz University of Technology, Institute of Geodesy, RG Geoinformation

·         Participatory simulation for purpose games – a case study

Sonnleitner Michaela, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

·         ABM-update: agent-based model applications

speed talks by students