By Jonathan Nichols, Igor Oliveira, Khaled Gafaar, and Henrique Beck Valdivia
Located in Lisbon, Portugal / Palermo, Italy
European Master in System Dynamics candidates
“The size of your model doesn’t matter and other deep insights” is a new series beginning this March on the Young Modeler blog. In monthly releases, candidates from the European Master in System Dynamics program will be sharing some of their challenging ideas on modeling and system dynamics. These articles will invite discussion in the run up to the 2018 System Dynamics Conference taking place in Reykjavík, Iceland this summer. Start participating now by subscribing to the blog, sharing this post on your social media platforms, and keep a look-out for the first release!
The European Master in System Dynamics (EMSD) is a unique international study programme where students have the opportunity to learn a combination of model building and group facilitation skills at four leading universities in the field: the University of Bergen (Norway), the New University of Lisbon (Portugal), the University of Palermo (Italy) and Radboud University (the Netherlands). After completing their first semester in Bergen, Jonathan, Igor, Khaled and Henrique got together to share some of their insights about modelling and system dynamics.
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