News archive for System Dynamics
Three of our master students in system dynamics received a prestigious award at the 2015 International System Dynamics Conference in Boston, USA.
Dr. Andrea Bassi, Founder and CEO of KnowlEdge Srl, discusses ideas, indicators and practices surrounding the concept of "green economy", explaining how it would work in practice and barriers to change.
Very often, policy makers see potential challenges to the state through incorrect mental models, which makes for poor policy development and implementation. System dynamics modeling is a valuable tool to gain insight into complex systems. Using the results in policy debate helps policy makers understand how changes to the current welfare system will affect society.
Associate Professor David Wheat and his co-coordinator in Ukraine received two grants from the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) for a three-year project named: "Learning Economics with Dynamic Modeling."
While there exists much detailed knowledge about natural resources, they are frequently mismanaged, often with dramatic consequences for those involved. One aim of this course is to build solid intuitive understanding of the interplay between humans and nature. A second aim is to help students develop the skills and competencies needed for proper management of for instance water reservoirs,... Read more
If you live in Norway you can now apply for a Master in System Dynamics. Deadline is 15th of April. Click here for more information
Master Student in System Dynamics Tony Puah received the Dana Meadows Award At the International System Dynamics Conference 2010.
Thursday August 26 the new Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in System Dynamics was officially opened by Rector Sebastian C.J.J. Kortmann from Radboud University and Rector Sigmund Grønmo for the University of Bergen.