“Spatial Structures and Dynamics
Methods and Tools for exploring Spatial Systems”
14th – 19th July 2014
Florence – Italy
Lecture topics of this Summer School addressed current trends and needs for the exploration of spatial systems. Theories, concepts and methods referred to various disciplines dealing with spatial systems, from humanities to computer science and physics.
A very large panel of topics were addressed: agent-based modelling, cellular automata, companion modeling, complex networks, complexity, geosimulation, multilevel modeling, spatio-temporal modeling and spatial statistics.
Program and reports
“Geocomputation and the Social Sciences”
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
“Reconstructing Past Dynamics by Coupling Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis and Agent-Based Modelling”
Washington State University
“Towards Sustainable Future Landscapes: Understanding & Modelling Landscapes as Complex Systems”
University of British Columbia
“Spatial Modelling: New Needs and Trends”
Tel Aviv University