Northwestern University's Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based
Modeling (CCL) in conjunction with
Northwestern's Insitute on Complex Systems (NICO) is
pleased to announce a three-day NetLogo workshop
preceding Agent 2007.
NetLogo is a
powerful cross-platform, multi-agent, programmable modeling
environment that follows the longstanding Logo tradition of "low
threshold and high ceiling," making it possible to create complex
models with a minimum of code or experience. The hands-on
workshop, which will be led by members of the NetLogo development
team, will begin with an introduction to NetLogo, quickly moving
toward helping participants to write their own models. No
previous experience with NetLogo or programming is expected.
The workshop will start the morning of November 12th and run through the
afternoon on November 14th on Northwestern University's campus in Evanston, IL and
will operate in
association with the
conference. Further details on our workshop are coming soon.
We can accommodate a maximum of 20 participants in this workshop and CCL
reserves the right to cancel the workshop if there is insufficient enrollment.
Interested parties should send e-mail (along with name,
affiliation, contact information, and e-mail address) to
Questions about the workshop may be sent to the same address.
For information about lodging, please visit Agent 2007's Lodging Information page.
This workshop is made possible with the support of Northwestern's Insitute on
Complex Systems (NICO).