Research Outcomes


  • Zuccotti, C.V., Lorenz, J., Paolillo, R., Rodríguez Sánchez, A., Selamawit, S. (2022). Exploring the dynamics of neighborhood ethnic segregation with agent-based modelling: an empirical application to Bradford, UK. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  • Kohne J., Gallagher N., Kirgil Z.M., Paolillo R., Padmos L., Karimi F. (2020) The Role of Network Structure and Initial Group Norm Distributions in Norm Conflict. In: Deutschmann E., Lorenz J., Nardin L., Natalini D., Wilhelm A. (eds) Computational Conflict Research. Computational Social Sciences. Springer, Cham.
  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2020). Simulating Acculturation Dynamics Between Migrants and Locals in Relation to Network Formation. Social Science Computer Review, 38(4), 365–386.
  • Paolillo, R., & Lorenz, J. (2018). How different homophily preferences mitigate and spur ethnic and value segregation: Schelling's model extended. Advances in Complex Systems, 21(6-7), 26-42.

Simulation Models:

Summer/Winter School participation:

  • BIGSSS Computational Social Science Summer School on Conflict, July, 23 – August 3, 2018
  • BIGSSS Computational Social Science Summer School on Migration, June 10 - June 21 2019

Conference Proceedings:

  • Paolillo, R. & Jager, W. (2016). United We Stand? Simulating Acculturation Processes in a Migration Context Using MigrAgent (2016). Social Simulation Conference 2016, Rome, Italy.

Conference Talk:

  • Gallagher, N. & Paolillo, R. (2020). Network preference and norms affiliation: their potential for intragroup and intergroup conflict. Social Simulation Week 2020, Milan, Italy (online conference).
  • Paolillo, R. (2018). Agent-based models: a methodological tool to investigate the emergence of multicultural societies. XXIV Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Guelph University, Canada.
  • Paolillo, R. (2017). United we stand? Simulating acculturation processes in a migration context using MigrAgent. Workshop Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Social Behavior, University of Bremen, Germany.

Conference Poster:

  • Paolillo, R., & Lorenz, J. (2017). Including Attitude Similarities in Schelling’s Model of Residential Segregation. Workshop "Opinion Dynamics & Collective Decisions", Jacobs University Bremen, Germany.
  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2015). Immigration and Ethnocentrism: A Conceptual Design for a Social Simulation Model. XI European Social Simulation Association Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.


  • Paolillo, R., Schulcz, A., & Cíbik, M. (2017). State Support on After-school and Out-of-school Activities in Europe. link
  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2016). Refugee crisis: Easy solutions cause big problems? EurActiv Opinion. link