BAPS Team Meeting and Evening Lecture

Rostock Retreat on Simulation at MPIDR

MoSi @ PADS19

MoSi @ PADS'19

New institute of Visual & Analytic Computing (VAC) has been founded.

RISE intern from Canada

The project proposal Modeling and simulation methods for linked lives in demography (MoSiLLDe) has been granted by the DFG, which allows MoSiLLDe to continue for further 3 years.

The project proposal Efficient Simulation of Cell-Biological Multi-Level Models (ESCeMMo) has been granted by the DFG, which allows ESCeMMo to continue for further 3 years.

Workshop ONE SIMULATION MODEL IS NOT ENOUGH

MoSis participate in the "long night of science"

Bernard Zeigler visited the modeling and simulation research group

The article "Artifact-based Workflows for Supporting Simulations Studies" has been accepted

ACM SIGSIM Distinguished Contributions Award received

MoSi @ WinterSim '18

Workshop "Uncertainty and Complexity of Migration" at the British Academy (22.11.2018)

Workshop participation and invited talk at Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi

Poster Presentation at CMSB 2018

Research visit in Southampton

Alexander Steiniger successfully completed his PhD

MoSi @ PADS'18

MoSi group welcomes new staff member

Long Night of Sciences 2018

MoSi @ WinterSim '17

Students' elevator seminar

The article "Reproducible and flexible simulation experiments with ML-Rules and SESSL" has been accepted

MoSis participate in the XTrack Cross Challenge

The article "Modelling and simulating decision processes of linked lives: An approach based on concurrent processes and stochastic race" has been published

The paper "Reusing simulation experiment specifications in developing models by successive composition — a case study of the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway" has been selected as SIMULATION’s Editor’s Choice paper

Tobias Helms successfully completed his PhD

Local newspapers report on Pia Wilsdorf's semester in Edinburgh

The paper "Developing and validating a multi-level ecological model of eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua) in the Bornholm Basin - a case for domain-specific languages" has been accepted

Kick-Off-Meeting of the project "Bayesian Agent-Based Population Studies (BAPS): Transforming Simulation Models of Human Migration"

The DFG research project "Domain-specific languages for developing multi-scale, spatio-temporal biochemical models and their application" has been granted.

ACM SIGSIM PADS Ph.D. Colloquium Award 2017 received

The paper "Semantics and Efficient Simulation Algorithms of an Expressive Multilevel Modeling Language" has been accepted

The paper "Modelling and Simulating Decision Processes of Linked Lives - An Approach Based on Concurrent Processes and Stochastic Race" has been accepted

MoSi group welcomes new staff members

The paper "Reusing simulation experiment specifications in developing models by successive composition — a case study of the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway" has been accepted

Danhua Peng successfully completed her PhD

Arne Bittig successfully completed his PhD

Articel in Norddeutsche Neuste Nachrichten (NNN)

ACM SIGSIM Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award 2016 received

Master Thesis defense of Andreas Ruscheinski

The paper "Semantics and Efficient Simulation Algorithms of an Expressive Multi-Level Modeling Language" has been accepted

The DFG research project "Towards Generating and Executing Automatically Simulation Experiments" (GrEASE) has been granted

Stefan Rybacki successfully completed his PhD

The paper "Reusing simulation experiment specifications to support developing models by successive extension" has been accepted

Visit by Prof Mirco Tribastone

Visit by Prof William Hlavacek

Fiete Haack successfully completed his PhD

Visit by Prof Kevin Burrage