Pub's & Pres's
Sotnik, G., Davidovsky, M., & Fedorenko, E. (2019, October). CEMMA: An interdisciplinary game for spatiotemporal common-pool resource management analysis. The Complex Systems Advanced Academic Workshop Seminar, The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
Sotnik, G., Davidovsky, M., & Fedorenko, E. (2019, September). CEMMA: An interdisciplinary game for spatiotemporal common-pool resource management analysis. 15th Annual Social Simulation Conference, Mainz, Germany.
Sotnik, G., Burnham, M., & Flores, A. (2019). Assessing the Potential Impact of Water Policy on Farmer Adaptive Capacity in Southeast Idaho. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC. [pdf]
Sotnik, G. (2018). The SOSIEL Platform: Knowledge-based, cognitive, and multi-agent. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 26, 103-117. [link]
Sotnik, G. (2018, October). The SOSIEL Toolbox: Frameworks, Models, and Tools for Modeling Decision-Making in Social Contexts. A Fall 2018 Brownbag Series Presentation at the Department of Sociology, Social Work, & Criminology, Pocatello, Idaho. [pdf]
Sotnik, G., Kovalchuk, K., Kruhlov, I., Scheller, R. M., Thom, D., & Nielsen-Pincus, M. (2017, June). Adaptation to climate change in Ukrainian Carpathians. Presentation at the Contested Spaces: Bridging Protection and Development in a Globalizing World Conference, Umeå, Sweden.
Sotnik, G. (2017, April). Evaluating social components of social-ecological models, using game-theoretic and experimental contexts. Poster session presented at the Agent-based modeling (ABM) 17: A Symposium That Advances the Science of ABM, San Diego, CA.
Sotnik, G. (2015). Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of the Social Human Extension (SHE) for LANDIS-II. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on Problems of Information Economy Formation in Ukraine (pp. 106-12). Lviv: Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.
Sotnik, G. (2015, June). The Social-Ecological Complex Adaptive System (SE_CAS) Framework for Conceptualizing and Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Poster session presented at the Innovations in Collaborative Modeling Conference, Lansing, MI.