Gerard P. Learmonth, Sr., MBA, MS, PhD

Faculty, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy

Learmonth's principal research area is complex system modeling and simulation. Current activity is focused on the design, development, and use of participatory simulation models. Among these are the UVa Bay Game and its successor, Global Water Games; a participatory simulation of global supply chains for the apparel industry; an agent-based model to assess interventions in the provisioning of clean water to improve the long-term health and growth of children Sub-Saharan Africa; and the Virtual Hospital game where players take on the roles of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and hospital administrators.

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