Radboud University is hosting the summerschool ‘Sustainability Science; A System Dynamics Perspective’, taking place 8-12 July 2019 in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. In the summerschool you will learn modeling and simulation techniques that foster a comprehensive, transdisciplinary look at sustainability, which supports effectively enhancing sustainability transitions. The week is hosted by Assistant Professor Vincent de Gooyert, and guest lectures are provided by Professor Florian Kapmeier, Reutlingen University/ Climate Interactive, Associate Professor Jeroen Struben, EmLyon Business School, and Corporate Strategist at Port of Rotterdam Caroline Kroes. Participants will receive a 2 ECTS certificate upon completion of the course. The summerschool is open for advanced bachelor and master students as well as PhD candidates and professionals that have no background in System Dynamics modeling yet. More information is available from and applying can be done at https://www.ru.nl/radboudsummerschool/courses/2019/sustainability-science-system-dynamics-perspective/
Please share with anyone who might be interested. The early bird deadline is March 1.