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Peer-Olaf Siebers

Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Faculty of Science

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Agent-Oriented Discrete Event Simulation (AO-DES) is a novel stochastic approach to study the dynamics of complex adaptive systems. There are numerous application opportunities to use this approach for enhancing the modelling and analysis of human-centric operations and service systems in fields like Operations Research, Energy Policy, Management Science and Digital Economy. However, methods still need to be further developed, tested, and standardised. My research goal is to establish AO-DES as an alternative to the predominately mathematic methods currently used by researchers and practitioners. I am also interested in the application of different types of modelling and simulation to support Risk Analysis and in applying Agent-Based Modelling and Simulation (ABM/S) in Systems Biology.

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