Members of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics are kindly invited to the interdisciplinary symposium «Computational Social Science – Quo Vadis?».
Date: Friday, April 26th 2019 from 13:30 - 18:45
Venue: Raemistrasse 59, RAA-G-01
The world-class line-up of invited speakers in data science, network science, and computational social science include:
- Kathleen M. Carley, School of Computer Science | Carnegie Mellon University
- Iain Couzin, Max-Planck Institute for Ornithology | University of Konstanz
- Jure Leskovec, Computer Science Department | Stanford University
- Ingo Scholtes, Department of Informatics | University of Zurich
- Frank Schweitzer, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics | ETH Zürich
- Markus Strohmaier, Department for Society, Technology, and Human Factors | RWTH Aachen
The welcome address will be given by the president of the Swiss Informatics Society. More details on the symposium can be found online:
The symposium will be followed by an Apéro. Participation is free but we kindly ask you to register on the website above to facilitate the planning.