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Current events

Event series

Ohm Seminar in Applied Economics

The Ohm Seminar in Applied Economics (formerly VWL-Seminar) is a joint seminar series offered by the Economics / Quantitative Methods group at the Faculty of Business Administration and the Competence Center KoSIMA. Various speakers will give lectures on current topics from the field of applied economics and its neighboring disciplines like business administration, sociology, psychology, etc. The seminar brings together researchers, interested students and the general public.

We are looking forward to meeting you.

Contact: Robert Jaeckle, robert.jaeckleatth-nuernbergPunktde


The current and previous dates of the Economics Seminars can be found here.

Previous events


Hans-Dieter Gerner and Robert Jäckle have already taken part in the City of Nuremberg’s KinderUni (Children’s University) event three times. All curious children between the ages of eight and 12 are regularly invited to learn how election forecasts work in a playful session using jelly baby samples. The hour-long session includes eating the samples at the end!

Research perspectives on the student life cycle at Nuremberg Tech

Presentation of research approaches and findings regarding the student life cycle from the Computer Science, Business Administration, and Social Sciences faculties at Nuremberg Tech


Time: 20 November 2019, 5.30 pm to 7 pm 

Location: Nuremberg Tech, Bahnhofstrasse 87, Room BL 101

Further information: “Research perspectives on the student life cycle at Nuremberg Tech”

Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft

Hans-Dieter Gerner and Robert Jäckle took part in Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft and designed two interactive contributions on the topic “How do election forecasts work?

Time: 19 October 2019, 7 pm - 7.45 pm and 8 pm - 8.45 pm

Location: Nuremberg Tech, Kesslerplatz 12, Building KA.140

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On 25 September 2018, the “Applied University Research” interdisciplinary workshop, financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the funding priority “Academic Success and Dropout Phenomena”, took place at Nuremberg Tech.