New approaches to modelling behaviour change: Application to energy policy
16 January 2008, IET, 2 Savoy Place, WC2R 0BL, London.
A half-day workshop to inform policy-makers and research funders of the potential for new approaches to modelling behaviour change, called agent based modelling (ABM), to be applied to energy policy intervention design. Research proposals developed by participants attending a UKERC workshop in October 2007 as well as information regarding other ABM initiatives and existing research projects will be displayed as part of an interactive ideas market place.
- Personal Carbon Trading - B Castle
- An investigation into regulatory decision making: using automated decision makers - G Davies
- Facilitating Sustainable Energy Communities - N Gotts
Transitions to increased domestic bioenergy use and their implications for land-use and ecosystem services - R Matthews
Visual modelling software for ecological, environmental and biological research - R Muetzelfeldt
- Robust Policies for a Low Carbon Future - N Ozkan
- To what extent could Sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) and rainwater harvesting reduce water supply energy use? - R Taylor
Dynamic Testing of Wholesale Power Market Designs: An Open-Source Agent-Based Framework - L Tesfastsion
- Microfinance for landscape protection to manage energy-water systems - T Downing and R Taylor
Modelling Market Transformation in Commercial Construction & Renovation - K Janda and S Moss
Agent-Based modelling of Carbon Abatement Technologies (CATs) via Green Clusters and ETS in the UK: Implications for Sustainable Development - R Kempener and S Markose
- Agent-Based modelling as Tool for Analysing Behaviour Change and Sustainable Behaviours - R Kempener and S Stagl
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