Identifying and Assessing Interactions between International Climate and Resource Policy
German-Danish youth designs a common future by using the iMODELER
About 2.400 pupils are designing a sustainable future by using the iMODELER
Research Report: Development of a quantitative model "Sustainable Germany"
Research Report: The simulation of potential transitions towards sustainability and their effects. The report also covers insights on the possibilities and limitations of the simulation of social systems.
Research Report: The report describes an additional simulation model that looks more into the details of the use of renewable energy and its implications for the use of resources as well as its economic effects
Research Report: The report describes a separate model that can be used as a simulation game to allow e.g. pupils to play the roles of citizens, politicians, or business-people and experience their interdependencies through the lock-in effect and the spillover effects as they are explained in part 2 of the reports.
Participatory, explorative, qualitative modeling: application of the iMODELER software to assess trade-offs among the SDGs / Authors: Kai Neumann, Carl Anderson, and Manfred Denich
Guidance - Part 1: Systemic Strategy Development and Risk Analysis (incl. Strategy Maps and SWOT Analysis)
Guidance - Part 3 (Quantitative Optimization and Risk Analysis of Projects and Processes)
Version 8 is available incl. iM-Optimizer, iM-Data Manager and ToC (Theory of Constraints)
The new iMODELER 5.0 is more impressive, more instructional, more powerful, more flexible and more enlightening.