Royal Institute of Technology
Prof. Dr. Sebastiaan Meijer (male). Doctoral degree Wageningen University (NL, 2009), Docent degree KTH (2012). Meijer is head of department of Biomedical Engineering and Health Systems and research leader for Health Informatics and Logistics.
He pioneered many projects (EU FP7, EIT Digital, EIT Health, Dutch and Swedish Science and Innovation agencies), always on the intersection between simulation methods, formal analysis including data mining and AI, and human knowledge and expertise through gaming and participatory modelling. He (co-) authored over 120 peer reviewed publications and has multiple open source repositories created over the last decade. He joined KTH in 2012 and became full professor 2014, leadership positions from 2017.
- Moustaid, Elhabib; Meijer, Sebastiaan; A System Approach to Study Waiting Times at Emergency Departments in Metropolitan Environments, 2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC),996-1007,2019,IEEE.
- Roungas, Bill; Bekius, Femke; Verbraeck, Alexander; Meijer, Sebastiaan; Improving the decision-making qualities of gaming simulations, Journal of Simulation, 1-14, 2020, Taylor & Francis.
- Zhang, Cevin; Härenstam, Karin Pukk; Darwich, Adam S; Meijer, Sebastiaan; Simulation and gaming of resource management in pediatric emergency medicine, International Journal of Serious Games,7,1,47-77,2020.
- Moustaid E, Kornevs M, Lindencrona F, Meijer SA. A System of Systems of Mental Health in Cities, Digging Deep into the Origins of Complexity.”, Adm Policy Ment Health, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10488-020-01035,2020, Springer.
- Bekius F, Meijer S. Selecting the right game concept for social simulation of real-world systems, Advances in Social Simulation, 71-79, 2020, Springer.