Jan Schmitz: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2019

NameHerr Dr. Jan Schmitz
DepartementGeistes-, Sozial- und Staatswissenschaften
BeziehungDozent

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
851-0609-04LThe Energy Challenge - The Role of Technology, Business and Society Information
Voraussetzung: Grundkenntnisse in Volkswirtschaftslehre.
2 KP2VR. Schubert, T. Schmidt, J. Schmitz, B. Steffen
KurzbeschreibungIn recent years, energy security, risks, access and availability are important issues. Strongly redirecting and accelerating technological change on a sustainable low-carbon path is essential. The transformation of current energy systems into sustainable ones is not only a question of technology but also of the goals and influences of important actors like business, politics and society.
LernzielIn this course different options of sustainable energy systems like fossile energies, nuclear energy or all sorts of renewable energies are explained and discussed. The students should be able to understand and identify advantages and disadvantages of the different technological options and discuss their relevance in the business as well as in the societal context.
SkriptMaterials will be made available on the electronic learning platform: www.vwl.ethz.ch
LiteraturMaterials will be made available on the electronic learning platform: www.vwl.ethz.ch
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesVarious lectures from different disciplines.
851-0609-08LResearch Seminar in Experimental Social Sciences and Humanities
If you are interested in presenting in the seminar, please contact Jan Schmitz (Link), and state your preferred date of presentation, the title of the presentation and whether the presentation is a design presentation or a full paper presentation
0 KP1SJ. Schmitz, M. Grieder, C. Hölscher, M. Schonger, R. Schubert, C. Waibel, S. Wehrli
KurzbeschreibungThe aim of the seminar is to establish a research and networking platform for researchers conducting social science experiments at the ETH and to offer an outlet to present designs for laboratory and field experiments before data collection. Presentations of first study results and working papers are also welcome.
LernzielThe research seminar is open to all faculty interested in experimental research in the areas of economics, sociology and psychology. The aim of the seminar is to establish a research and networking platform for researchers conducting experiments at the ETH and to offer an outlet to present designs for laboratory and field experiments before data collection. Presentations of first study results and working papers are also welcome.

Objective: Establish a research and networking platform for researchers conducting experiments at the ETH and to offer an outlet to present designs for laboratory and field experiments before data collection. Presentations of first study results and working papers are also welcome.