Next UK Chapter Conference 2-3 April 2020
Save the date! The next conference is on 2-3 April 2020 and will take place in Glasgow at Strathclyde University. Join the chapter to receive updates by email.
2020 OR-Society Simulation Workshop – Call for papers
The 10th OR Society Simulation Workshop 2020 (SW20), 30 March – 1 April 2020, Loughborough, UK, held in cooperation with the INFORMS Simulation Society www.theorsociety.com/SW20.
2019 Conference – Report and Presentations
Details of the most recent annual conference of the UK chapter are now available. Check out the report for photos and to find out what happened. Presentations can be downloaded from the conference summary.
Eric Wolstenholme – Outstanding Contribution Award 2019
The outstanding contribution award recognises those who have supported the development of the field of System Dynamics in the UK and/or have contributed their time and energy to supporting the activities of the UK Chapter. In 2019 this was awarded to Eric Wolstenholme.
Eric is a leading expert in System Dynamics, author of two books with another close to publication. He is a past President of the International System Dynamics Society and the UK Chapter, the founding editor of System Dynamics Review …..
What is System Dynamics, and Why should I Care?
What do climate change, social systems, businesses and bathtubs all have in common?
They are all interacting systems of people and entities from the natural and man-made world. System dynamics is concerned with understanding how these systems really work: what drives them and causes the behaviour we see? What can we do to improve these systems? And what must we not do, to avoid making them worse?
Job Opening at UCL London
Funded PhD Studentship,UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering
Approaches to Problem Solving: From Systems Engineering to System Dynamics to Systems Thinking
Report of Networking Meeting at Cardiff Business School, March 2019
The Day System Dynamics Came to Edinburgh
Report on the Dartington Design Lab meeting in Edinburgh, Sept 2018, with Peter Hovmand: Systems Thinking: Unlocking it’s potential to improve children’s outcomes.