Numerical Methods and Applications in Social Sciences

ECONtribute and the Transdisciplinary Research Areas “Modelling” and “Individuals and Socities” corsially invite to the “Numerical Methods and Applications in Social Sciences” workshop. This transdisciplinary event aims to bring together practitioners and developers of methods to discuss the latest advancements and their application in the social sciences. This workshop offers a unique opportunity for discussion and learning. The talks will cover a variety of topics, including quadrature and optimization.

Keynote speaker, Ken Judd, will talk about climate economics. With degrees in Computer Science, Math, and Economics, Ken Judd embodies the transdisciplinary spirit that we hope to foster. This is an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and expand your knowledge of numerical methods and their applications in the social sciences.

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Michael Griebel and Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin von Gaudecker


14:00 - 18:00

Research Event

Alte Sternwarte

Poppelsdorfer Allee 47 53115 Bonn

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