Computational Modelling Group

Jason Hilton

Postgraduate Research Student
Social Sciences (FSHS)
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I am a postgraduate student in the Complex Systems Simulation Doctoral Training Centre, and my interests lie in attempting to harness the power of simulation to help identify causal mechanisms in the social world. In particular, I am interested in how agent-based models can be used to simulate and makes inferences about demographic phenomena.

Research Interests

Socio-technological System simulation: Healthcare modelling, Human population, Operations Research, Social and Socio-economic Systems, Social Networks

Algorithms and computational methods: Agents, Optimisation, statistical analysis

Simulation software: AnyLogic, MASON, NetLogo, Repast Simphony

Software Engineering Tools: Mercurial

Programming languages and libraries: Java, Python, R

Computational platforms: Iridis, Linux, Windows

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Computational Social Science, Economics

Working with...

Jakub Bijak
Professor, Social Sciences (FSHS)