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Chair of Sociology, in particular of Modeling and Simulation
 

Behavioral Studies Colloquium

Term: Fall 2014

The "Behavioral Studies" Colloquium (851-0252-04L) in the Fall semester 2014 is a shared weekly colloquium organized by the the chairs of Prof. Hölscher, Daniel, Diekmann, Helbing, Murphy, Schubert and Stern. Please find the (preliminary) schedule of talks below.

Unless otherwise indicated, we meet in room HG E 33.3. Further information on the colloquium may be found here.



                                         



Course Schedule
Date
Time
Speaker Host/Chair Title
16.09.
13.15-14.45 Heinrich Nax
(ETHZ SOMS)
Prof. Helbing
rescheduled to 28.10.
23.09.
  no seminar

   
07.10
13.15-14.45 Taciano Milfont
(Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Prof. Diekmann Psychological distance and environmental issues.
08.10.

room: IFW A32.1

18.15-19.30
Dafna Fisher-Gewirtzman
(Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Prof. Hölscher
3D visibility analysis representing human perception of space
14.10.
13.15-14.45 Christoph Stadtfeld
(ETHZ)
Prof. Helbing
Dynamic Social Networks: Micro-mechanisms and Macro-outcomes
21.10.
13.15-14.00

14.00-14.45
Claus Ghesla

Marcel Stadelmann
(ETHZ IED)
Prof. Schubert

Prof. Schubert
Is there a Fault in Defaults? Economic Effects of Green Default Electricity Contracts.

The energy efficiency gap – a challenge for energy policy.
28.10.
13.15-14.45 Heinrich Nax
(ETHZ SOMS)
Prof. Helbing
Meritocratic matching & public goods games.
04.11.
  no seminar

   
11.11.

12.11.

room: HG F 26.1

13.15-14.45

13.15-14.45
Pierre Dillenbourg

Yves-Alexandre de Motjoye

Prof. Stern

Prof. Stadtfeld
30 Moocs Later, lessons learned

Big but personal data: How human behavior bounds privacy and what can we do about it
18.11.
13.15-14.45 Sören Pape
(University of Freiburg)
Prof. Stern
Choosing versus rejecting: a framing effect that only holds true for some people.
25.11.
13.15-14.45 no seminar

   
02.12.
13.15-14.45 Peter Gerjets

Prof. Hölscher
Designing Adaptive Digital Instruction: Can Neuro-Cognitive Methodologies help?
09.12.
13.15-14.45 Svetlana Ognjanovic

Prof. Hölscher Usability and visual attention distribution with Financial Trading Software
16.12.
  no seminar

   
 

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