Arnaud Grignard

City Science
  • Research Scientist

Arnaud Grignard is a computer scientist specialized in complex systems modelling and information visualization. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from l'université Pierre et Marie Curie - UPMC. He is now Research Scientist at the City Science research group at the MIT Media Lab. While working on different fields of application such as multi-level, urban systems and human mobility, he develops a new approach called agent-based visualization to handle real-time visualization tasks applied both to data and simulation outputs. 

Arnaud Grignard is a computer scientist specialized in complex systems modelling and information visualization. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from l'université Pierre et Marie Curie - UPMC. He is now Research Scientist at the City Science research group at the MIT Media Lab. While working on different fields of application such as multi-level, urban systems and human mobility, he develops a new approach called agent-based visualization to handle real-time visualization tasks applied both to data and simulation outputs. 

Recent Work

Publications

Grignard et al - CityScope Andorra: A Multi-level Interactive and Tangible Agent-based Visualization -  AAMAS 2018 - To be Published

Grignard, A., & Drogoul, A. (2017). Agent-Based Visualization: A Real-Time Visualization Tool Applied Both to Data and Simulation Outputs.

Grignard, Arnaud, et al. "GAMA 1.6: Advancing the art of complex agent-based modeling and simulation." International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2013.

Recent Talk

05/2018 City Science Summit 2018 Shanghai

04/2018 The Society of Autonomous Vehicles MIT 

09/2017 City Science Summit 2018 Andorra

09/ 2016 Smart City Expo Barcelona

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