My name is Georg Jäger. After obtaining my PhD in physics in 2015 I am now a postdoc in the Systems Sciences group of Professor Manfred Füllsack at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz. My main research interest is the simulation and modelling of complex systems in various fields.
WT 18/19 | 2 ECTS
This lecture teaches the basics of scientific programming in the language python. No prior knowledge is required. Exercises to this course in small groups are offered separately.
WT 18/19 | 3 ECTS
This lecture gives an introduction to agent-based modeling using NetLogo.
ST 2018 | 2 ECTS
This lecture starts with an introduction to advanced mathematics and programming, especially in Matlab and Mathematica. In the end, students autonomously work on projects.
ST 2018 | 3 ECTS
In this course students learn the basics of systems modelling with a focus on developing, evaluating and applying models. Different mathematical and computational approaches and their strenghts and weaknesses will be discussed.
WT 17/18 | 2 ECTS
This lecture gives an introduction to systems sciences. Relevant topics are dynamic systems, deterministic chaos and critical transitions.
If you are interested in writing a Bachleor Thesis, feel free to contact me. Write an exposé sketching the main idea of the model or simulation you want to create.