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I apologize for cross-posting, but this might be intersting for some of you:
This winterschool also covers lectures on social networks (day 3).
If you need more information feel free to ask!
University of Karlsruhe
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FIRST INTERNATIONAL WINTER SCHOOL
PHYSICS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
15.2. (Arrival) - 22.2.2004 (Departure)
University of Konstanz, Germany
The five-day winter school presents the following topics of the
"Physics of Socio-economic Systems" in compact one-day segments:
Day 1: Financial markets and risk management,
Day 2: Economic growth and dynamics of companies,
Day 3: Social and economic networks,
Day 4: Urban systems and traffic dynamics,
Day 5: Social multi-agent systems and decision dynamics.
Day 6: Is reserved for a possible excursion.
LECTURES: given by internationally recognized scientists from physics,
economics and the social sciences.
PARTICIPATION: graduate students and young scientists (including PhD
students and post-docs) from physics, sociology, computer sciences,
demography, philosophy, political science, economics (...) who are
interested in applications of methods and tools from statistical
physics to social and economic problems
(No) FEES: Thanks to the financial support by the Center for Junior
Research Fellows of the University of Konstanz, there is NO FEE for
participating in the international winter school. Also, the costs for
accomodation will be covered. But participants are requested to cover
their costs for travel and and boarding.
APPLICATION: The total number of participants is limited to 40
persons. Further, a stay for the whole 5- days course is required.
You can apply for participation in the conference -ONLY- by using our
Application Form at:
The deadline for applications is December 31, 2003.
FURTHER INFORMATION on Aims and Scope, Program, Invited Speakers,
Venue/Schedule and Participation can be found at
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Dr. Frank Schweitzer
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