Dr. rer. nat. Georg Jäger Postdoc at the Institute of
Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research
at the University of Graz

About me


My name is Georg Jäger, I am 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. I obtained my PHD in physics, where I worked with the simulation and optimization of Bose-Einstein condensates. Now I apply similar computational methods to a variety of problems.

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Teaching



"Advanced Mathematics and Algorithms"

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  Moodle course

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SS 2017 | 2 ECTS

This lecture starts with an introduction to advanced mathematics and programming, especially in Matlab and Mathematica. After the introduction, students autonomously work on projects.



"Applied Systems Science"

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  Moodle course

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SS 2017 | 3 ECTS

In this lecture three modules on different topics are presented. The topics are "Dynamic Systems", "Agent-based Models" and "Equation-based Models".



"Modelling of Systems"

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  Moodle course

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SS 2017 | 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.



"Bachelor Theses"

If you are interested in writing a Bachleor Thesis, feel free to contact me. Choose one of the suggested topics or write an exposé in one of the following categories.

Topics

  • Complex Systems
  • Cooperation
  • Agent-based Modeling
  • Equation-based Modeling
  List of possible topics (in german)

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