RAeS (C.Eng, rtd.)
Roles on external bodies
Treasurer for UK Chapter of the System Dynamics Society (2016 to date).
Plymouth International Postgraduate Symposium Proceedings Editor (2013-15).
BUS228 - Business Dynamics
PGBS0315 - HR(CIPD) Masters
MBA725 - Business Process Management
MBA712 - Decision Making / Uncertainty
BSO305 - Strategic Analysis
My business modelling background and interests in K-12 education as a former school governor have provided many opportunities to abduce policy designs in both socio-technical and pscho-social systems. As my primary data often derives from various sources, I frequently use model-based multi-methodologies to acquire relevant data, whether induced or deduced, for integration into a dynamically-validated, causal theory. I find the shifts in paradigm help to triangulate the research focus on the issues of feedback and delay that are prevalent in social systems, among others.
Grants & contracts
Erasmus Plus YouACE Research Fellow
Horizon 2020 S-Cube Non Delivery Partner
ABS2* System Dynamics Review (2011)
Carter, D. and Moizer, J.D. (2011). Simulating the impact of policy onpatrol policing: introducing the emergency service incident model. System Dynamics Review,27(4),pp.331-357.
ABS3* Expert Systems with Applications (2012)
Carter, D., Moizer, J. and Lui, S. (2012). Using groups to supportjudgemental parameter estimation VISCONS: ‘Eyeballing’ to capture a quantifiedgroup consensus. Expert Systems with Applications , 40(2) . pp715-721.
Carter, D., Moizer, J. and Lui, S. (2014). Using Scripts for theConstruction of Management Simulation Models in the Context of Multi-AgencyEngagement. International Journal of Innovation, Management andTechnology. 5(4) . pp237-279.
Moizer, J., Carter, D. and Liu, S. (2015). Planning robust policing futures: modelling using multimethodology. Industrial Management & Data Systems. 115(3), pp.462-482.
Reports & invited lectures
Other academic activities
Member of Research Special Interest Groups (SIG):-
Courses in System Dynamics Simulation of dynamic problems using Group Model Building techniques also available