14 weeks of intensive classes in simulation, coding, agent-based modelling, data analysis and the scientific process designed specifically for humanities students.
Simulation is a formal scientific method used to develop, compare and test hypotheses (models). In the last few decades it has experienced a stratospheric rise in virtually all scientific disciplines, but remained underused in Humanities due to the technological barrier – coding skills.
This course is designed specifically for humanities students so that no previous coding, maths or computing skills are required. All you need is your laptop and a bit of perseverance!
This 14 weeks course will take place at the Faculty of Geography and History, Universitat de Barcelona weekly on Tuesdays between 10:00-12:30, starting from 18th of September. Places are limited and will be allocated on first come, first served basis so apply early! Read more…