IMA organises a series of events promoting the application and the research of microsimulation
23 - 25 June 2021 at USC, Los Angeles, California, United States
The 8th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association will be hosted by the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics in Los Angeles, California, USA between 23 June and 25 June 2021. We encourage submissions in the fields (broadly defined) of microsimulation, agent based modelling and computational methods.
02 - 03 December 2020 at Zoom or Teams (online)
The International Microsimulation Association (IMA), in collaboration with the Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis (CeMPA); the Institute for Employment Research (IAB); the Luxembourg Institute for Social and Economic Research (LISER); the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM); and the Urban Institute are pleased to announce an online conference on 2 December, 2020 on microsimulation modelling of policy responses to COVID-19.
29 June 2020 at IAB, Nuremberg, Germany
Due to the recent developments in relation to the COVID 19 outbreak, we have decided to cancel the IMA European Meeting 2020.
19 - 21 June 2019 at NUI Galway, Galway, Ireland
The 7th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association will be hosted by the National University of Ireland, Galway from Wednesday, June 19 through Friday, June 21, 2019. We encourage submissions in the fields (broadly defined) of microsimulation, agent based modelling and computational methods.
21 - 23 March 2018 at International University of Health and Welfare, Narita, Japan
Social sciences are now on a new state of development. One of the more promising methodologies is agent-based modeling. The Pan-Asian Association for Agent-Based Approach in Social Systems Sciences (PAAA) is the Pan-Asian regional platform to explore the frontiers. Another methodology that is gaining momentum in recent years is microsimulation modeling. The International Microsimulation Association (IMA), launched in October 2005, aims to encourage the advancement of microsimulation research.