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Connecting different disciplines is fascinating. The various perspectives are complementary and many times a problem in one discipline is solved by insights in the other. More than that, we can accelerate our understanding and problem-solving.
In our current project, we research modelling social interactions with an interest in bullying dynamics. I approach the subject by combining knowledge from social sciences, psychology, neuroscience, neurolinguistics and the social simulation community. The biggest challenge in an interdisciplinary group is communication. Modelling as a tool forces different researchers into stating their insights explicitly. This is because a concept, in a model, is directly linked to actions. Each discipline has a different language and we need to ensure that when we assign the same meaning to concepts. To tackle communication issues, we have assigned part of the project in researching the transformation of concepts into programming languages using formal methods.
Computer Tools for Modeling Religious and Social Conflict
"Understanding Ancient Water Systems using Agent-Based Modeling" (Past)
Socio-hydraulic analysis of a past Omani irrigation system (Past)
Production of green Nanozerovalent Iron using Plant extracts and Fruit Juices (Past)
Understanding aspects of the Hohokam society with a modeling approach grounded on different datasets of the archaeological record Aug 2017, Oral presentation at the European Association of Archaeologists Meeting, Maastricht
Using hydraulic modeling to simulate human interactions with water resources in an Omani irrigation system http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017EGUGA..1912457X
Statistical properties and Hurst-Kolmogorov dynamics in climatic proxy data and temperature reconstructions. https://doi.org/10.13140/rg.2.2.21134.56644
Comparative evaluation of five plant extracts and juices for nanoiron synthesis and application for hexavalent chromium reduction. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.08.091
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