Search result: Course units in Autumn Semester 2022

Science in Perspective Information
In “Science in Perspective”-courses students learn to reflect on ETH’s STEM subjects from the perspective of humanities, political and social sciences.

Only the courses listed below will be recognized as "Science in Perspective" courses.
Type B: Reflection About Subject-Specific Methods and Contents
Subject-specific courses. Particularly relevant for students interested in those subjects.

All these courses are also listed under the category “Typ A”, and every student can enroll in these courses.
851-0252-10LProject in Behavioural Finance Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 40

Particularly suitable for students of D-MTEC
W3 credits2SS. Andraszewicz, C. Hölscher, A. C. Roberts
851-0738-00LIntellectual Property: Introduction
Particularly suitable for students of D-CHAB, D-INFK, D-ITET, D-MAVT, D- MATL, D-MTEC
W2 credits2VM. Schweizer
363-0565-00LPrinciples of MacroeconomicsW3 credits2VJ.‑E. Sturm
363-0503-00LPrinciples of Microeconomics
GESS (Science in Perspective): This lecture is for MSc students only. BSc students register for 363-1109-00L Einführung in die Mikroökonomie.
W3 credits2GM. Filippini
351-1109-00LIntroduction to Microeconomics
GESS (Science in Perspective):
This course is only for students enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree programme.

Students enrolled in a Master’s degree programme may attend “Principles of Microeconomics” (LE 363-0503-00L) instead.

Note for D-MAVT students: If you have already successfully completed “Principles of Microeconomics” (LE 363-0503-00L), then you will not be permitted to attend it again.
W3 credits2GM. Wörter, M. Beck
851-0742-00LContract Design I Restricted registration - show details
This course is taught by Professor Alexander Stremitzer (Link). Using practical examples, you will learn the connections between economic contract theory, contract law, and contract drafting. Further, you will apply this knowledge to practical cases to analyze contracts, recognize contractual problems, and develop suitable solutions.

It is NOT a legal drafting class focused on contractual language.

You can find all course materials and the most recent announcements on Moodle. Please log in to Moodle using your ETH or UZH credentials. Then search for "Contract Design I (851-0742-00L; Fall 2022)" and enroll. The password is "ContractDesign01".

Number of participants limited to 160.
Max 80 ETHZ and 80 UZH Students
W3 credits2VA. Stremitzer
851-0760-00LBuilding a Robot Judge: Data Science for Decision-Making Restricted registration - show details
Particularly suitable for students of D-INFK, D-ITET, D-MTEC
W3 credits2VE. Ash
851-0761-00LBuilding a Robot Judge: Data Science for Decision-Making (Course Project)
This is the optional course project for "Building a Robot Judge: Data Science for the Law."

Please register only if attending the lecture course or with consent of the instructor.

Some programming experience in Python is required, and some experience with text mining is highly recommended.
W2 credits2VE. Ash
851-0650-00LAI4Good Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2GJ. D. Wegner
851-0742-01LContract Design II Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
This course is taught by Professor Alexander Stremitzer (Link). To be considered for Contract Design II, you must have completed Contract Design I in the same semester. Students can only register for Contract Design II after having obtained approval by Prof. Stremitzer.
W1 credit1UA. Stremitzer
851-0426-00LPaul Feyerabend's Anarchistic Theory of KnowledgeW3 credits2SM. Hagner, M. Hampe
851-0093-00LEthical Issues in the Economy
Doctoral students can receive credit for the achievements of this course in the section "Transferable Skills".
W3 credits2GL. Wingert
851-0601-00LParticipatory Resilience Restricted registration - show details W3 credits3GD. Helbing, J. Argota Sánchez-Vaquerizo, C. I. Hausladen, S. Mahajan
851-0732-06LLaw & Tech Information Restricted registration - show details
Any students enrolling in the course must complete a short writing assignment (Link) within two weeks of registering. Please contact the instructors via email (Link) for information about the assignment and for access to the course Slack workspace.
W3 credits2SA. Stremitzer, J. Merane, A. Nielsen
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