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Jiaqi Ge

Staff picture: Jiaqi Ge
Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Social Systems Simulation Modeller
Jiaqi.Ge@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5432 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Dr. Jiaqi Ge is an agent-based modeller and economist. Her research focuses on developing agent-based computational models to study economic, social and coupled human-natural systems. She received her PhD in economics from Iowa State University in 2014, for which she developed an agent-based model of the U.S. housing market and studied the rise and collapse of the housing bubble. Since then she has been developing agent-based models in various areas, including housing, transport, urban systems, agricultural systems, and trade networks. She has worked on several international and interdisciplinary research projects, including those funded by the European Commission, such as FP7 (GLAMURS, grant agreement no. 613420) and H2020 (SMARTEE, grant agreement no. 763912). 

Current research interests

agent-based modelling, housing, urban systems, energy, transport, complex system, social network

Bibliography

  • Polhill, J.G.; Craig, T.; Ge, J.; Lorenzo-Arribas, A., (2016) Out-of-range wattage in CurrentCost energy monitor readings., Short Report to CurrentCost.

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