The University of New South Wales, Canberra is running a one-day conference for the second year on the topic of systems thinking and systems modelling covering broad range of methods, in particular methods for modelling under uncertainty. The 2017 programme is available here and videos here.
The 2018 conference will be held on 4 Oct 2018 (see details here) and will feature two keynote speakers, Prof. Ana Deletic (Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research at the University of New South Wales) and Prof. Brett Bryan (Professor of Global Change, Environment, and Society at Deakin University).
The theme of the conference is on Leveraging the power of multi-methods in model-based decision analysis and problem solving. Systems modelling is a crucial approach for decision-making associated with real-world systems. The-state-of-the-art in systems modelling does not rely one dominant modelling technique, one group of analytical methods, one ultimate model, or one set of input data or parameters for an effective decision analysis and problem solving. Consequently, decision makers have available a wide range of modelling and analytical approaches that have differing strengths and limitations and can address some aspects of decision problems better than others.