Amineh Ghorbani
Amineh Ghorbani
Associate professor, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft, University of Technology
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Trust, awareness, and independence: Insights from a socio-psychological factor analysis of citizen knowledge and participation in community energy systems
BP Koirala, Y Araghi, M Kroesen, A Ghorbani, RA Hakvoort, PM Herder
Energy research & social science 38, 33-40, 2018
MAIA: a framework for developing agent-based social simulations
A Ghorbani, V Dignum, P Bots, G Dijkema
JASSS-The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 16 (2), 9, 2013
Facilitating energy transition through energy commons: An application of socio-ecological systems framework for integrated community energy systems
C Acosta, M Ortega, T Bunsen, BP Koirala, A Ghorbani
Sustainability 10 (2), 366, 2018
A coupled flood-agent-institution modelling (CLAIM) framework for urban flood risk management
YA Abebe, A Ghorbani, I Nikolic, Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez
Environmental modelling & software 111, 483-492, 2019
Managing the commons: a simple model of the emergence of institutions through collective action
A Ghorbani, G Bravo
International Journal of the Commons 10 (1), 200-219, 2016
Analysing the combined health, social and economic impacts of the corovanvirus pandemic using agent-based social simulation
F Dignum, V Dignum, P Davidsson, A Ghorbani, M van der Hurk, ...
Minds and Machines 30, 177–194, 2020
Flood risk management in Sint Maarten–A coupled agent-based and flood modelling method
YA Abebe, A Ghorbani, I Nikolic, Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez
Journal of environmental management 248, 109317, 2019
Diversity and challenges of the urban commons: A comprehensive review
A Feinberg, A Ghorbani, P Herder
International Journal of the Commons 15 (1), 2021
Structuring qualitative data for agent-based modelling
A Ghorbani, GPJ Dijkema, N Schrauwen
JASSS-The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 18 (1), 2, 2015
A method for developing agent-based models of socio-technical systems
I Nikolic, A Ghorbani
2011 international conference on networking, sensing and control, 44-49, 2011
Growing community energy initiatives from the bottom up: Simulating the role of behavioural attitudes and leadership in the Netherlands
A Ghorbani, L Nascimento, T Filatova
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101782, 2020
Modelling socio-ecological systems with MAIA: a biogas infrastructure simulation
R Verhoog, A Ghorbani, GPJ Dijkema
Environmental modelling & software 81, 72-85, 2016
Analysing community-based initiatives for heating and cooling: a systematic and critical review
J Fouladvand, A Ghorbani, N Mouter, P Herder
Energy Research & Social Science 88, 102507, 2022
The ASSOCC Simulation Model: A Response to the Community Call for the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Ghorbani, F Lorig, B de Bruin, P Davidsson, F Dignum, V Dignum, ...
RofASSS, 2020
Enhancing ABM into an Inevitable Tool for Policy Analysis
Ghorbani, A., Dignum, A., Dechesne, F., Jonker, C.
Policy and Complex Systems 1 (1), 61-76, 2014
Collaborative team formation using brain drain optimization: a practical and effective solution
J Basiri, F Taghiyareh, A Ghorbani
World Wide Web 20, 1385-1407, 2017
Commoning toward urban resilience: The role of trust, social cohesion, and involvement in a simulated urban commons setting
A Feinberg, A Ghorbani, PM Herder
Journal of Urban Affairs 45 (2), 142-167, 2023
Structuring Socio-technical Complexity - Modelling Agent Systems Using Institutional Analysis
A Ghorbani
Delft University of Technology, 2013
Simulating thermal energy community formation: Institutional enablers outplaying technological choice
J Fouladvand, MA Rojas, T Hoppe, A Ghorbani
Applied Energy 306, 117897, 2022
Can industries be parties in collective action? Community energy in an Iranian industrial zone
S Eslamizadeh, A Ghorbani, R Künneke, M Weijnen
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101763, 2020
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