GESIS Training

2nd Virtual GESIS Spring Seminar

The Spring Seminar 2022 will take place online via Zoom from 07 March to 25 March 2022.

All courses will deal with "Simulation Techniques in the Social Sciences".

► Program: 

Week 1 (07 - 11 March)
Agent-based Modeling in the Social Sciences
Prof. Dr. Andreas Flache; Carlos de Matos Fernandes; Tanzhe Tang   

Week 2 (14 - 18 March)
Policy Modeling
Dr. Corinna Elsenbroich; Prof. Dr. Petra Ahrweiler   

Week 3 (21 - 25 March)
Using Simulation Studies to Evaluate Statistical Methods
Dr. Tim P. Morris; Dr. Matteo Quartagno

► Detailed course descriptions are available over at training.gesis.org.

► An interview with Prof. Dr. Andreas Flache, lecturer of the class on Agent-based Modeling, can be read in a special issue of our newsletter.

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Spring Seminar - Cutting-Edge Methods

The GESIS Spring Seminar offers high quality training in state-of-the-art techniques in quantitative data analysis taught by leading experts in the field. The Spring Seminar covers a different topic each year, picking up on recent developments and innovations in social science research methodology.

The Spring Seminar will

  • provide you with in-depth knowledge of state-of-the-art quantitative research methods in the social sciences
  • enable you to apply state-of-the-art quantitative analysis techniques to your own research projects
  • provide you with the opportunity to discuss your research with interested colleagues and leading experts
  • provide you with good networking opportunities, a supportive social environment, and (when it is taking place on-site again) an exciting time in Cologne

The GESIS Spring Seminar is targeted at advanced graduate or PhD students, post-docs, junior and senior researchers who are interested in developing and improving their knowledge and skills in state-of-the-art techniques in quantitative data analysis. Lectures in each course are complemented by hands-on exercises giving participants the opportunity to apply these methods to data. All courses are held in English.

Should you be unsure which course is the right one for you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to assist you!

Each course has specific prerequisites, which will be detailed on the course websites. In addition, all Spring Seminar participants are expected to:

  • have a sound knowledge of quantitative research methods;
  • have a good command of English.