Vergangene Vorträge

Der Arbeitsbereich Digitale und Computergestützte Demografie veranstaltet verschiedene Vortragsreihen. Hier bieten wir einen Überblick über vergangene Vorträge, im Kalender finden Sie zukünftige Veranstaltungen. 

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Seminarvorträge 2021

Mixed-Methods Research into Migration and Mobility
Miranda Lubbers (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
15. Juni 2021 Mehr

Openness to Migrate Internationally for a Job: Evidence from LinkedIn Data
Sarah Johnson (Max-Planck-Institut für demografische Forschung)
1. Juni 2021 Mehr

The Genetic Architecture of Human Longevity Using Massive Scale Crowd Sourcing of Web 2.0 Data
Yaniv Erlich (Eleven Therapeutics & MyHeritage.com)
26. Mai 2021 Mehr

Extreme Temperatures, Birth Outcomes, and Socioeconomic Heterogeneity
Risto Conte Keivabu (European University Institute, Fiesole)
20. Mai 2021 Mehr

Revealing Semantic and Emotional Structure of Suicide Notes with Cognitive Network Science
Sofia Teixeira (Hospital da Luz Learning Health, Luz Saúde)
18. Mai 2021 Mehr

COVID-19 Related Bereavement and Mental Health: Demographic Insights and Applications
Ashton Verdery (Pennsylvania State University, State College)
12. Mai 2021 Mehr

The Penalized Likelihood for Detecting Mortality Deceleration
Silvio Cabral Patricio (Autonomous University of Barcelona and MPIDR)
20. April 2021

Progress and Puzzles in the Study of Migration Aspirations
Kerilyn Schewel (Universität Amsterdam)
14. April 2021 Mehr

Demographic Change and Development from Crowdsourced Genealogies in Early Modern Europe
Guillaume Blanc (Brown University)
7. April 2021 Mehr

Sexuality Education in the Digital Age
Emmanuel Olamijuwon (University of Witwatersrand)
17. März 2021 Mehr

Predicting Global Migration with Social Media Data: Potential and Limits
Jordan Klein (Princeton University)
9. März 2021 Mehr

Inoculating Against an Infodemic: COVID-19 News, Social Media, and Misinformation
Anatoliy Gruzd (Ryerson University, Canada)
2. März 2021 Mehr

Residential Decisions of High-skilled Migrants: Barcelona’s Case
Gonzalo Garcia (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)
23. Februar 2021 Mehr

Machine-Assisted Human Decision Making
Nina Grgić-Hlača (Max Planck Institut für Software Systeme und dem Max Planck Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern)
2. Februar 2021 Mehr

Harnessing the Potential of Big Data for Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on Intimate Partner Violence in Italy
Valentina Rotondi (University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Italian Switzerland)
12. January 2021 Mehr

Seminarvorträge 2020

Can Technology Help Address Loneliness in Later Life? Lessons Learned from Research in Sensitive Settings
Barbara B. Neves  (Monash University, Australia)
24. November 2020 Mehr

Multigenerational Social Mobility: A Demographic Approach
Xi Song (University of Pennsylvania)
17. November 2020 Mehr

Regional Mortality Analysis during the Outbreak of COVID-19: Two Case Studies
Ugofilippo Basellini (MPIDR)
21. Oktober 2020 Mehr

Human Mobility: from Data to Models and Back
Luca Pappalardo (University of Pisa)
20. Oktober 2020 Mehr

Measuring the Mobility of Researchers Using Data on Scholarly Publications
Vincent Larivière (Université de Montréal)
14. Oktober 2020 Mehr

Stratifying Disaster: State Aid, Institutional Processes, and Inequality in American Communities
Ethan Raker (Harvard University)
7. Oktober 2020 Mehr

Monitoring Psychological Processes Underpinning Mental Disorders using Social Media Data
Lucia Lushi Chen (University of Edinburgh)
30. September 2020 Mehr

How Much Do Gender and Party Matter when US Representatives Collaborate?
Zachary P. Neal (Michigan State University)
18. August 2020 Mehr

Supporting Youth and Family Wellbeing in Digital Environments: Key Opportunities and Challenges
Katie Davis (University of Washington)
21. Juli 2020 Mehr

Deadly Variation: The Effect of Temperature Variability on Mortality
Isabel Hovdahl (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
30. Juni 2020 Mehr

The Sandwich Generation: A Family Recipe
Diego Alburez-Gutierrez (MPIDR)
9. Juni 2020 Mehr

Using Machine Learning and Twitter Data to Profile Attitudes Towards Immigration
Francisco Rowe (University of Liverpool)
10. März 2020 Mehr

Das Max-Planck-Institut für demografische Forschung (MPIDR) in Rostock ist eines der international führenden Zentren für Bevölkerungswissenschaft. Es gehört zur Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, einer der weltweit renommiertesten Forschungsgemeinschaften.