About

Dr. rer. nat.
Georg Jäger

After obtaining my PhD in physics I am now a postdoc in Professor Manfred Füllsacks Systems Sciences group at the Institute of System Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research, University of Graz. My main research interests are the simulation and modelling of complex systems in fields relevant to the challenges society currently faces.



EXPERTISE:
Theory: Systems Science | Mathematics | Physics | Networks | Early Warning Signals
Methods: Agent-based Modeling | Equation-based Modeling | Machine Learning | Cellular Automata
Application: Sustainability | Innovation | Traffic and Mobility | Labor Market

Research

Selected Projects

Early Warning Signals in Complex Systems

recent publication in
PLOS | ONE

Agent-based Simulation of Crowdworking

Talk at ÖGS-Congress 2017
Talk

Network-based Traffic Simulation

recent publication in
Journal of Cleaner Production


You can find my profile and publications here:

Teaching

Bachelor Thesis

If you are interested in writing a Bachelor Thesis, feel free to contact me. Write an exposé sketching the main idea of the model or simulation you want to create.


Contact

+43 (0)316 380 - 7348

georg.jaeger (at) uni-graz.at

Merangasse 18 | A-8010 Graz, Austria

My office is easy to find: Just enter the building Merangasse 18 and keep left. My door is the second last one on the right-hand side of the corridor (room 0035EG0050).

Appointments can always be arranged via email.