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Tsinghua-Surrey Lecture Schedule (19-25/06/2013) 学员招募
2013-4-25 00:35
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清华-萨里大学工业生态学学术讲座日程及学员招募

Lecture限制人数:25(其中环境学院10人,清华校内8人,校外7人)

要求:1)博士或硕士研究生,博士优先;2)需要全程参与;3)费用自理,没有学费;4)申请者需要提交简历和个人陈述(haiyanwendy@foxmail.com 宋海燕);5)如果报名者众,会组织筛选

Open presentation和workshop对外开放,不限人数,欢迎参加!

如有意见和建议,欢迎提出。

感谢环境学院“111引智计划项目”的支持!

Tsinghua-Surrey Academic Lecture Schedule (19-25/06/2013)

Colour code: Lecture  Open presentation  Workshop  Informal discussion

Wednesday 19 June

9:00-14:00 Lectures on biomass utilisation and systems approaches, Aidong Yang

9:00 – 10:00 Biomass processing fundamentals: feedstocks and products

10:00 – 11:00 Biomass processing technologies and systems

11:00-12:00 Systems analysis of biomass utilisation systems

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break

13:00-14:00 Multiscale modelling: concepts and applications

14:30-16:00 Open presentation: “Rational utilisation of biomass resources: a systems engineering approach”, Aidong Yang

16:00- close of the day: Introduction to the LocalPURE (Leverhulme Trust) project and collaboration planning, Aidong Yang and Shi Lei’s group

Thursday 20 June

Lectures on Industrial Ecology, Roland Clift and Angela Druckman

9:00-12:30

Tools and applications of industrial ecology (including LCA and MFA/SFA)

Roland Clift: 2 hours

Emissions embedded in trade; concepts, findings, and Environmentally-Extended Input-Output methodology

Angela Druckman: 1.5 hours

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:30  Value Chain Analysis; stocks and flows, Roland Clift.

15:30-17:00 Open presentation: “The embeddedness of carbon in Western lifestyles, and how the rebound effect impedes change”, Angela Druckman


Friday 21 June

9:00-12:30 Workshop “Industrial ecology and systems approaches”

9:00-9:15 Arrival

9:15 – 11:15 Presentations from Chinese researchers

11:15-11:30 Break

11:30 – 12:30 Panel discussions

15:00 – 16:30 Open Presentation: “Evolution and Resilience of Industrial Ecosystems”, Nigel Gilbert

Monday 24 June

Short course on Agent-Based Modelling, Nigel Gilbert, day 1

09:45

Welcome and introduction

10:00

What is social simulation?

programs as theories; virtual experiments; processes; types of simulation

11:00

Coffee break

11:15

What are agent-based models?

The characteristics ofABMs; description of a range ofABMs from different disciplines

11:45

Activity: Some example models

12:45

Lunch

14:00

Modelling methodology

models; terminology; the logic of simulation; the research process

14:45

Activity: What could you model?

group discussion to select and develop a specification for anABM

15:30

Tea break

15:45

Report back

16:00

Model building and validation

ABM programming environments; verification and validation;

theoretical and empirical validation; sensitivity analysis

16:45

Conclusion

discussion

17:00

Day 1 course end


Tuesday 25 June

Short course on Agent-Based Modelling, Nigel Gilbert, day 2

10:00

Lecture 1:An introduction to NetLogo

NetLogo is a freely downloadable programming environment for building agent-based models

11:00

Coffee break

11:15

Activity 1: a first model

12:15

Report back

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Lecture 2: ProgrammingAgents

Basic techniques for programming agents

14:15

Activity 2: a more complicated model

15:15

Tea break

15:30

Report back

15:45

Lecture 3: Model building

The process of designing and building a model

16:15

Lecture 4: Experimenting with models

17:00

Course ends

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