Faculty & Staff Directory
PhD, complex adaptive systems and agent-based modeling for natural resource management. George Mason University, (2016). Master of Science, Computer Science. Systems engineering and artificial intelligence. George Mason University (1990).
Steve is an adjunct professor in the College of Science at George Mason University, where he teaches data science, computational social science, and modeling & simulation courses
Steve is currently developing simulation models exploring the effects of climate change on commercial fisheries, along with Dr. Chris Kennedy of the George Mason University School of Environmental Science and Public Policy
Steve has focused on teaching computational modeling courses in a variety of programming languages including Python, Java, R, NetLogo, and MASON.
- Scott, Stephen Lewis. "Computational modeling for marine resource management." PhD dissertation., George Mason University, 2016.
- Scott, Steve, Ken Hoffman, and Karen See. "Public facing government services a business ecosystem perspective." In 2015 Annual IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon) Proceedings, pp. 798-801. IEEE, 2015.
- Kennedy, Chris J., and Steve Scott. "Thin Wholesale Markets and Direct Marketing in Renewable Resource Exploitation." 2012. IIFET 2012 Tanzania Proceedings