New simulation design framework presented at the IIASA Scenario Forum

New simulation design framework presented at the IIASA Scenario Forum

Piotr Magnuszewski presented a new framework for scenario design using social simulations at the Scenarios Forum session on Social Simulations for Exploring Sustainable Futures. 5 Steps Approach: scenario design through social simulations Scenario design serves as a basis for taking actions...

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The Future of Food simulation at the “Science advice under pressure” conference organized by SAPEA

The Future of Food simulation at the “Science advice under pressure” conference organized by SAPEA

On April 27, we had an opportunity, in collaboration with International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), to conduct a hybrid event on the largest scale in the history of our organisation. It took place during the “Science advice...

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Social simulation on urban mobility in Vienna – RECREATE, Games for Climate Days

Social simulation on urban mobility in Vienna – RECREATE, Games for Climate Days

Łukasz Jarząbek conducted another workshop on urban mobility and public spaces in the city of Vienna as part of the RECREATE project. Roads, sidewalks and public squares should be built for residents and climate-friendly, low-emission transportation. That is why, Vienna has...

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RECREATE Simulation Online Workshop

RECREATE Simulation Online Workshop

Members of our team who collaborate with IIASA were a part of the design team for the RECREATE simulation workshop about mobility in Vienna. The target group of the simulation was stakeholders professionally interested in the transport and public...

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Raw Materials Challenge simulation at the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science Diplomacy

Raw Materials Challenge simulation at the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science Diplomacy

Once again, we ran a workshop with our Raw Materials Challenge simulation. This time, we used it during the course on science diplomacy, organized jointly by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and The World Academy...

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Piotr Magnuszewski was a guest on the SAPEA podcast

Piotr Magnuszewski was a guest on the SAPEA podcast

Piotr Magnuszewski and Nicole Arbour (Belmont Forum, IIASA) were invited to the Science Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA) podcast to talk about the usefulness of policy simulations in enriching science policy. The two speakers had worked together during...

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Science and policy explored in an Arctic simulation

Science and policy explored in an Arctic simulation

The Centre for Systems Solutions (CRS), the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), and University of Ottawa’s Institute for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP) joined forces to create an online policy simulation. The simulation focused on future science and...

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Testing an advanced prototype of Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation in Graz, Austria

Testing an advanced prototype of Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation in Graz, Austria

Team including Piotr Magnuszewski, Jenan Irshaid and Junko Mochizuki with the support from Marta Magnuszewska, hosted a social simulation workshop at the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change at University of Graz. The Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation (SUHS) has...

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Prototype test of Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation at International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

Prototype test of Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation at International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

Piotr Magnuszewski and our partners at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis tested the newest version of the Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation (SUHS) which was created for the Co-design project. We invited researchers from IIASA to work together...

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The World’s Future at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

The World’s Future at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the University of Koblenz-Landau came together to test a social simulation developed by IIASA researchers and the Centre for Systems Solutions on the Sustainable Development Goals. With the adoption of the...

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