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EC Modelling conferences

2019 conference

  • conference date: 26 Nov 2019
  • link: Supporting policy with scientific evidence
  • Plenary session 1 - 26 November
    • Use of global models for policy recommendations by M. Wörsdörfer
  • Model Transparency and sensitivity analysis
    • The challenge of achieving modelling transparency for policy makers by R. A. Rosen
    • It started with a KISS: making complex modelling accessible, transparent and understandable by A. Caivano
    • Knowing unknowns: adapting uncertainty and sensitivity analysis for impact assessment and policy-making by W. Becker
    • What has global sensitivity analysis ever done for us? A systematic review to inform policymaking through earth system modelling by F. Pianosi
  • Scenarios, model linkages and data for policy 1
    • Assessing the costs of EU truck CO2 targets with DIONE and VECTO models by J. Krause
    • Energy systems modelling: toolbox development for policy decision support by E. Delarue
    • Macroeconomic effects of EU energy efficiency regulations on household dishwashers, washing machines and washer dryers by P. Rocchi
    • A food safety impact modelling system by A. Bubico
    • The marine modelling framework of the EU Commission. A earth-system model for supporting policy decisions by R. Friedland
    • Combining micro and macro simulations to assess the distributional impacts of energy transitions. Evidences from the French national low carbon strategy by E. Ravigné
    • Energy security assessment framework to support energy policy decisions by L. Martišauskas
    • Decarbonising transports in Portugal up to 2050: possible pathways by H. Tente
    • Modelling the macroeconomic and employment Impacts of future mobility disruption Scenarios by J. Krause
    • Global trends of methane emissions and their impacts on ozone concentrations by R. Van Dingenen
    • Combining graphical and command line user interfaces for economic analysis: the capriR package for processing, visualizing and analysing large sets of simulation results by M. Himics
    • Wildfire modelling for adaptation policy options in Europe by A. Krasovskii
  • Complex system modelling and multi-criteria decision making 1
    • An accounting framework for the biophysical profiling of the European agricultural system by J. J. Cadillo Benalcazar
    • Integrative planning for a sustainable, prosperous future by W. Urantowka
    • Methodological reflections on the European Commissions’ 2013 use of CBA for air pollution policy by S. Åström
    • Making sustainability models more robust: dealing with the complexity of the metabolic pattern of social-ecological systems by M. Giampietro
  • Model quality and transparency 1
    • Challenges and opportunities of integrated policy modelling by L. Hordijk
    • Modelling for EU Policy Support: Impact Assessments by S. Acs
    • From modelling guidelines to model portfolio management by T. Arnold
    • Post-hoc evaluation of model outcomes tailored to policy support by H. H. Thulke
    • EC Modelling Inventory and Knowledge Management System MIDAS by N. Ostlaender
    • Map or compass? Improving model contribution to long-term climate strategy. Insights from 4 country studies by C. Cassen
    • Analysis of current climate and energy policies: are countries on track to meet their NDC targets? by M. den Elzen
    • How to make social-environmental modelling more useful to support policy? by M. Will
    • Quantitative pest risk assessment – a modelling methodology supporting EU plant health policy by M. Pautasso
  • Integrated assessment modelling
    • Lessons from the use of the GAINS model to inform clean air policies in Europe by M. Amann
    • Science for an evolved Common Agricultural Policy – the Scenar 2030 experience by R. M'Barek
    • Examples of Europe’s marine ecosystem modelling capability for societal benefit by S. Heymans
    • Multi-Objective Local Environmental Simulator (MOLES): model specification,algorithm design and policy applications by I. Tikoudis
    • Physiologically based kinetic modelling - a bridge between biological science and public health policy by A. Paini
  • Qualitative and quantitative modelling
    • Integrating qualitative scenarios with quantitative modelling: lessons learned from recent EC foresight projects by A. Ricci
    • Modelling stakeholders knowledge and requirements on soil multifunctionality across EU by F. Bampa
  • Integrated modeling: the case of the Food-water-energy-environmental NEXUS management under uncertainty and risks
    • A strategic decision–support system for strategic robust adaptation to climate change and systemic risks in land use systems: Stochastic integrated assessment GLOBIOM model by T. Ermolieva
    • An integrated environmental-economic model for robust pollution control under uncertainty by T. Emolieva
    • Policy impact on biofuel or electricity production from biomass in Europe by S. Leduc
    • Robust food-energy-water-environmental security management: linking distributed sectorial and regional models by Y. Emoliev
  • Modelling value chains in global trade
    • MAGNET - a team-based modular CGE approach for coherent cross-cutting policy assessments by M. Kuiper
    • Modelling fairness in FVCs: developing quantitative indicators by S. Bogason
  • Poster session 1 - 26 November
    • A participatory process to design regional policy for rural development: the case of the Veneto Region by S. Trestini
  • Plenary session 2 - 27 November
    • Assessing social impacts of policies: indicators and methods by K. Jacob
  • Engaging stakeholders and policy makers
    • Complex modelling to achieve carbon neutrality in Portugal by P. Fortes
    • The importance of modelling purpose for policy by B. Edmonds
  • Modelling support for EU policy design: the EU’s Long Term Strategy for climate
    • Developing a global context for regional 1.5°C scenarios by K. Keramidas
    • The land use sector as key to offset residual emissions by 2050 by S. Frank
    • Socio-economic aspects of EU decarbonisation by B. Saveyn
  • Computational and empirical issues in dynamic economy-wide models
    • Using the Global Multi-country model in ECFIN’s forecast exercises by M. Ratto
    • Stationary rational bubbles in non-linear macroeconomic policy models by R. Kollmann
    • The macroeconomic and sectoral impact of EU competition policy by A. Dierx
    • Direct and indirect impacts of European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) investments on regional economic growth by O. Ivanova
    • Modelling the labour market and agricultural sector in an integrated CGE framework: an application to the Brexit case by S. Angioloni
  • Poster session 2 - 27 November
    • Assessing the value of regional cooperation in air pollution control by E. De Angelis
    • Managing Variations in the European Electricity System with Biomass: Emission Targets and Investment Preferences by M. Lehtveer Evaluating economic, health impacts and carbon footprint of air quality policies by E. De Angelis

2021 conference

  • conference date: 22 Nov 2021
  • link: EU Conference on Modelling for Policy support: Experiences, challenges and the way ahead
  • Keynote 1: Modelling for the emergency: the Earth4All experience
  • Session 1 : Ensuring model quality
  • Session 2 : Transparency of models and their use
  • Contributed session 1: Co-design of modelling-based services for climate change adaptation related policy support under the EU DestinE Initiative
  • Workshop 1: Leveraging multidisciplinary tools and approaches for achieving the SDGs
  • Keynote 2: Economic models and the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Session 3 : Scenarios and data
  • Training 1: Social multi-criteria evaluation (SMCE) for ex-ante impact assessments
  • Workshop 2: We need to talk about models
  • Workshop 3: Strategic Foresight and quantification link for better future-oriented policymaking
  • Keynote 3: Modelling tools for policy support in (real) time of crisis
  • Session 4 : Modelling complex systems for policy
  • Session 5 : Assessing and communicating uncertainty in model results
  • Contributed session 2: Modelling for the Banking Union
  • Workshop 4: Human models for human policies
  • Session 6 : Multidisciplinary approaches, integrated assessment and model linkages
  • Session 7 : Using model related evidence for policy: processes and experiences
  • Training 2: An introduction to SIML@B: an online EC tool for global sensitivity analysis of models
  • Contributed session 3: Climate change adaptation modelling as a key support tool for evidence-based policies in a time of planetary crisis
  • Workshop 5: Impact By Design: How to create social science models that effectively address policy needs?
  • Concluding session : Modelling for policy, main messages and the way forward
  • Session 8 : Combination of qualitative and quantitative methods
  • Session 9 : Communication and visualisation of model results
  • Contributed session 4: Highlights from the EU Open Data Days: how open data can support policy-making
  • Workshops and trainings
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