PhD Round Tables

Objectives of the PhD Round Table

  • Enhancing the getting to know other people doing research in the field of System Dynamics and related disciplines in order to enhance the formation of informal peer groups
  • Providing a platform for putting doctoral research work on the test and benefiting from the scholarly exchange between junior, advanced and senior researchers
  • Sharing personal experiences related to System Dynamics and other systemic approaches by giving/receiving valuable feedback and recommendations regarding the presented research work
  • Learning about the application of System Dynamics in different sectors of the industry

Future PhD Round Tables

  • 20th May, 2011 – EPFL
  • 18st October, 2011, 14.00 – 17.00 – University of St. Gallen

Past PhD Round Tables

  • 29th October, 2010 – PSI, 13:00 – 15:00, Room OVGA 200, PSI East Building (Bus stop «PSI Ost») [map]
    • Luis Panichelli (EPFL): Biofuels, land-use change and GHG emissions: System dynamics modeling. Application to soybean-based biodiesel production in Argentina
    • Arash Golnam (EPFL): Integrating System Dynamics and Enterprise Modeling to Address Dynamic and Structural Complexities of Choice Situations
  • 25th June, 2010 – University of Lugano, 13:00 – 15:00, Main Building, Room A32 [map]
    • Alexander Scheidegger – ETH Zürich: Long-Term Transformation of Energy Systems: Using Visions for the Future, System Dynamics, and Linear Programming
  • 26th March, 2010 – University of St. Gallen
    • Christoph Trauffer – University of St. Gallen: A system dynamic model to analyze the influence of legal restrictions and demografic change on the risk bearing capacity of Swiss pension funds
    • Stefan Grösser – University of St. Gallen: Diffusion Models

For previous PhD Roundtables please check the archive.