Researchers from different research areas often use similar mathematical techniques and struggle with similar problems. Nevertheless, the various fields involved develop in most cases without being aware of each other’s progress and of the existing state-of-the art tools used by mathematicians. The aim of this annual symposium is therefore to bring together the people at Utrecht University that apply quantitative methods in their research and in that manner stimulate interaction and cross-fertilization.
The symposium consists of a number of talks in which mathematical methods are used for biology, linguistics, social sciences, economics, and health, all accessible to a broad audience.
Prof. dr. Ieke Moerdijk
Economics & Health:
13:30-14:00 Moving past paradox: The mathematics of interactive decision-making
Prof. dr. Willemien Kets (Short CV & Abstract)
Dr. Martin Bootsma (Short CV & Abstract)
Social Sciences & Linguistics:
Dr. Jiamin Ou (Short CV & Abstract)
Dr. Gijs Wijnholds (Short CV & Abstract)
Dr. Florian Berger (Short CV & Abstract)
16:30-17:30 Networking and Drinks
Participation is free, but registration is kindly requested before 15:00 on Monday 30th of January.
- Start date and time
- End date and time
- Physical Meeting >> CCSS Living Room, Room 4.16, Minnaertgebouw
- Entrance fee