The Agent-Based Models in Economics (ABMecon) Online Seminar is a monthly virtual seminar organized by Olivier Simard-Casanova with the financial and material support of Aléryon Science. It showcases research on agent-based modeling in economics. The seminar is open to all researchers from all over the world, including grad students. Anyone can attend for free — the costs are currently covered by Aléryon Science.
Each presentation lasts 60 minutes with 35 minutes for the presentation and 25 minutes for the discussion with the floor.
If you have any question regarding the seminar, feel free to drop me an email at [email protected].
Attending the seminar
Attending the seminar is free — the costs are currently covered by Aléryon Science.
In order to protect the seminar against malevolent actors, you need to subscribe by email to access the Zoom URL. You will receive the Zoom URL by email for the upcoming seminars and you'll be able to access it on this website (on each presentation's page).
- Use your full name when logging in so that I can admit you in the Zoom meeting
You can unsubscribe at any time. You can manage your subscription (including updating your email address) by logging in with the "My account" link in the menu. Your personal data is kept safe and isn't shared with any third party.
If you have any issue, please contact me by email at [email protected].
The easiest way to get notified about the next presentations is to subscribe by email:
There's also a RSS feed:
Finally, you can add the seminar's schedule to your calendar with this URL:
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Submit a presentation
If you have a work in progress featuring agent-based modeling in economics and would like to present it to a global audience, feel free to submit a presentation (including if you're a grad student). I'm considering submissions on a rolling basis, unless specificed otherwise there is no deadline.
To submit a presentation, send me an email at [email protected] with the following details:
- "ABMecon Online Seminar submission" as the subject of the email
- the most recent version of your work (in PDF format)
- an abstract of your work and an email address (for the public annoucement)
- a link to your professional website and/or your resume (in PDF format)
- a short text explaining how it would be beneficial for you to present in the seminar
Based on the volume of submissions I'll get back at you with a decision ASAP. You can reasonably expect a few weeks of wait time. Unless you haven't heard back from me way outside of this wait time window, please avoid asking for updates.
Thank you for your interest!