American and Soviet flags

Arms race v1.3

Economic game simulation

This simulation models the nuclear weapons competition between two states. Each competitor focuses on out-doing the others but they often lack perfect information that would enable them to identify the best strategy.

Tritrophic ecosystem

Reintroduction of species in boreal forests v1.1

Tritrophic ecosystem management

This simulator models the effect of reintroduction of hares and/or predators in Canadian boreal forests via a tritrophic population dynamics model.


Educational simulators

Simulated experiments

We develop simulators for educational and training purposes.

Learning by doing experiments makes easier to understand complex concepts.

What do we do?

We develop Simulators for educational and training purposes.

Simulators are particularly helpful in education when: physical experiments are expensive, e-Learing is the pedagogic approach, the phenomenon we are interested doesn't fit in a physical lab, experiments time scales are long (e.g. years), experiments are risky, availability of the physical laboratory is low, experiments require high precision and students may not be able to achieve that precision level and there are ethical issues (e.g. some Biology experiments).

More info about educational simulators