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


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About me


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.

Expertise:

  • Complex Systems
  • Agent-based Modeling
  • Equation-based Modeling
  • Systems Sciences
  • Networks
  • Machine Learning
  • Theorethical and Computational Physics

Teaching



"USW Computational Basics"

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WS 17/18 | 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.



"Systems Sciences 1"

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WS 17/18 | 2 ECTS

This lecture gives an introduction to systems sciences. Relevant topics are dynamic systems, deterministic chaos and critical transitions.



"Applied Systems Sciences 1"

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WS 17/18 | 3 ECTS

This lecture is separated into two groups, of which students can choose one. One will deal with agent-based models the other with networks.



"Advanced Mathematics and Algorithms"

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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.



"Modelling of Systems"

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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
completed in 2017

  • "Reduction of working hours to cope with automation", Tina Theißl
  • "Global resource consumption regarding energy and water", Rene Hödl
  • "An agent-based model to investigate diffusion of opinion in marketing", Benjamin Hanna
  • "Agent-based analysis of the greenhouse effect considering permafrost", Alexander Gansl
  • "Developing an algorithm to identify encounter space areas", Nicolas Katzer

Writing a Bachelor Thesis




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.


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