Calendar

January

17

Doctoral School

PHDS Elective Course on Advances in Mortality Forecasting

Carlo Giovanni Camarda, Ugofilippo Basellini

Online Course, January 17–21, 2022

January

25

Suessmilch Lecture

The Evolution of the Earnings Gap Within Couples Over Time

Martina Dieckhoff

Online Presentation, January 25, 2022

February

01

Online Seminar Talk

Human Fertility After Disaster: A Systematic Literature Review

D. Susie Lee

Online Seminar Talk, February 01, 2022

February

01

Online Seminar Talk

EU-15 Immigrants Language Acquisition on Twitter

Sofia Gil-Clavel

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, February 01, 2022

February

08

Invited Seminar Talk

Valuing Infertility: Evidence from a Large Stated-Preference Study

Christoph Rheinberger

Invited Seminar Talk, February 08, 2022

March

01

Invited Seminar Talk

“Like a Native”: Ethnic Conflicting Identity and Immigrants’ Mental Health in the Host Country

Roberta Misuraca

Invited Seminar Talk, March 01, 2022

March

08

Invited Seminar Talk

Insights in the Relationship of Science and Society Based on Altmetrics Data: Three Exemplary Studies

Lutz Bornmann

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, March 08, 2022

March

15

Online Seminar Talk

Online Social Integration of Migrants: Evidence from Twitter

Jisu Kim

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, March 15, 2022

May

17

Invited Seminar Talk

Multi-level Evolutionary Simulation for Anthropology and Demography

Kenji Itao

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, May 17, 2022

May

24

Invited Seminar Talk

TBA

Amy Orben

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, May 24, 2022

May

31

Invited Seminar Talk

TBA

Pietro Rampazzo

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, May 31, 2022

June

14

Invited Seminar Talk

Mum´s the Word... Using Text Analysis to Better Understand Expressions and Experiences Related to Fertility

Ross Barker

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography, June 14, 2022

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