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TIAS newsletter December 2020 Feature: New technologies for a new kind of assessment, by Pauline Riousset

TIAS newsletter December 2020 released Feature: New technologies for a new kind of assessment, by Pauline Riousset, Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag and TIAS Advisory Board member  Link to E-Newsletter No. 03/2020

Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling: New publication by TIAS members of the iCAM Centre ANU

Elsawah, S., Filatova, T., Jakeman, A.J., Kettner, A.J., Zellner, M.L., Athanasiadis,I.N., Hamilton, S.H., Axtell, R.L., Brown, D.G., Gilligan, J.M., Janssen, M.A., Robinson, D.T., Rozenberg, J., Ullah, I.I.T., Lade, S.J. Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling. Socio-Environmental Systems Modelling, vol. 2, 16226, 2020, doi:10.18174/sesmo.2020a16226   Abstract Modeling is essential to characterize and explore complex societal and […]

TIAS Quarterly Newsletter, December 2019 – Feature: A proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models

TIAS Quarterly Newsletter  – December 2019 Feature: A proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models, by Rich Rosen; and Reflections on Rich Rosen’s proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models, by Jan Bakkes    

TIAS Newsletter October 2019 – Theme: Policy and science in post-truth society

TIAS Newsletter No. 3 – October 2019 Feature: Populism, disinformation and the future of European climate and energy policy Annual General Meeting Dialogue: Science for evidence-based policy-making in a post-truth society TIAS News Publications Events Employment and funding opportunities  

New Publication: Making sense of science for policy under conditions of complexity and uncertainty

Making sense of science for policy under conditions of complexity and uncertainty This recent 2019 report highlights the fact that many of the world’s most pressing problems are also incredibly complex — including climate change, environmental pollution, economic crises and the digital transformation of societies. What’s more, the scientific knowledge around these areas can often […]

EU Conference on Modelling for Policy support: Experiences, challenges and the way ahead 26-27 Nov. 2019

26-27 November in Brussels The Conference will bring together researchers and policy makers involved in modelling activities from the Commission, European and international institutions and agencies, Member States, Universities, research institutes, and consultancies. Its aim is to identify common challenges and solutions in the use of models to support policy making. Experiences, challenges and the […]

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