The 36th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society Reykjavík, Iceland ◊ August 6-10, 2018 2018 Call for Papers More details on the 2018 Conference will be posted soon!
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Overview As System Dynamics moves into its seventh decade, improved understanding of the world around us has never been more important. This need resonates across disciplines and from K-12 to academia to business and government. It calls for us to consider impacts of accumulation, feedback, and time delays while systematically evaluating policies for sustainable business practices, resource use, education, health care, and prosperity. We invite seasoned practitioners to share their important contributions to the field. We also invite those new to System Dynamics to learn about the powerful analytical techniques and insights developed over six decades of accomplishments. Through showcased work in plenary, parallel and poster sessions, in skill building workshops, and in those ever important side conversations, we welcome you to join us as we all improve our understanding of the world around us.
Who should attend?
Academics: Communicate your research results and find out about research being conducted around the world. Consultants: Demonstrate the power of system dynamics in client work and see what others are doing. Practitioners: Show what is being done in your organization and learn what is happening elsewhere. Students: Share your research, get feedback, and discover research directions and collaborators. Educators: Let people know what you are doing and see what is being done with students at all levels. Managers and Policy Makers: Discover new directions for your organization. Why Attend?
Network with hundreds of other students, academics, consultants and professionals involved in System Dynamics. Receive current updates on a range of topics, from leaders and expert practitioners. Learn about the particular benefits and uses of different modeling approaches. Meet the sponsors and exhibitors and learn about their new developments. Progress your career or search for job candidates at the Red Ribbon Event. Learn about the latest work and research and see its implications for you. Enhance your skill set with workshops and see the work of luminaries. Explore and debate topics, discuss in formal and informal settings. Present your research, project, or product and get feedback. Promote your work. For more information, please contact:
Roberta L. Spencer, Executive Director System Dynamics Society Milne 300 – Rockefeller College, University at Albany Albany, New York 12222 USA Ph: +1 518 442-3865 Fax: +1 518 442-3398 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.systemdynamics.org