Grigory Chernov took part in the BEHAVESchool19 held in Brescia, Italy, on September 2-11
Research Assistant of the International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics Grigory Chernov took participance at the Summer School BEHAVESchool19, which was dedicated to agent-based modeling
The member of the International Laboratory Summer school took part in the BEHAVESchool19, which was dedicated to agent-based modeling and was held from September 2 to 11 in Brescia, Italy. The school included 5 days of practical workshops on the development of agent models, analysis of 3 classic models in netlogo, lectures by leading experts, including unique experience from Joshua Epstein (!) NYU Agent Based Modeling Lab. The first week of the school was devoted to basic tools, the last three days were focused on in-depth training of model calibration and statistical analysis. During the school, Gregory received help and individual consultations from leading ABM specialists in creating a personal project.