Prof. Dr Claudio J. Tessone (theory and practice)
Dr Manuel S. Mariani (theory and practice)
Jian-Hong Lin (practice)
Semester course (seminar-like: highly interactive)
Master students assigned to “Wahlpflichtbereich" BWL 4
Each spring semester
Work load statement:
12 lectures à 2h
|12 lectures à 3h
|Home works||3h per session||36h|
|Literature study||Preparation before class||30h|
|Assignment||Preparation and Final Work||54h|
Topics typically comprised in the course contents include (but are not limited to): modelling complex systems, theory of emergence, critical behavior, emergence in social systems, cellular automata, game of life, sand-pile model, public-good games, assignment allocation, minority games, voter model, continuous opinion models, game theory signals (policy changes, advertisement)
Basic Python and/or R programming skills (or the willingness to develop this knowledge prior to the course) are a necessary requirement. Basic probability theory, linear Algebra
Slanina, F. (2013): Essentials of Econophysics Modelling, Oxford University Press.
Participation, oral workshop, presentation,group work, screencasts & materials.
Dates and Location:
Join our courses and make up your mind if you want to participate. Then officially register using the “Buchungstool” at the University of Zurich.
This information in the syllabus supports the official information in the electronic university calendar (VVZ – “Vorlesungsverzeichnis”). In cases of doubt, the official information at the VVZ is valid.
More information is available in the syllabus (PDF, 167 KB)