03 Feb 20 | News

Launch of an International e-Survey on the Practice and Use of Microsimulation Models

The 15-minute questionnaire aims to better understand the interests of practitioners or users of microsimulation

*With the extension of the deadline, this news has been republished to serve as a reminder 

In the scope of the EU-funded InGRID-2 project (*) and its “Special Interest Group/SIG on (Dynamic) Microsimulation” conducted by LISER, an action is launched to gather information from practitioners and users of microsimulation. Its aim is to understand specific interests in the field as well as networking activities.

An international e-Survey has been elaborated consequently by the SIG and your participation would be greatly appreciated. Answers to the questionnaire will be useful to bolster SIG activities (including the production of reports, presentations and papers) and might orientate the scope of the InGRID-2 project in the near and long term.

The survey is made accessible through the following link : It will not require more than 15 minutes of your time and is fully anonymous.
Should you be willing to participate, we ask you to please finalise your contribution in ‘one-shot’ as it is not possible to pause/save the answers to return later. 

The deadline to answer has been extended to March 2nd, 2020

Do not hesitate to share with colleagues that might be interested/concerned by this survey.

Contact person : Dr Ing Philippe Liégeois –

(*) InGRID-2 is entitled “Integrating Research Infrastructure for European expertise on Inclusive Growth from data to policy” and has received funding from the European Union's  Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement no 730998.