02 June 2014

ASA welcomes YSSP 2014

The ASA program welcomes 8 YSSP this summer.  The participants have diverse backgrounds and will be working on methodological and applied projects under the supervision of ASA staff.

The projects are as follows:

  • Mikko Dufva (Finland) – Methods for analyzing and supporting the creation of a shared future direction for a socio-technical system
  • Lukas Figge (Netherlands/Germany) – Uncertain consequences of global ecological overshoot: “Adjusting” scenarios of global change and the ecological footprint until 2100
  • Danielle Haak (USA) – Using ecological network analysis to assess habitat suitability of an invasive freshwater snail
  • Bellamya chinensis Thi Luu (Germany/Vietnam) – Dynamics of bank-firm interrelations
  • Sergey Orlov (Russia) – Decisions on fertility and education of children under environmental and social constraints
  • Ashkad Panesh (Russia) – Optimal exploitation of size-structured populations under the accounting of the competition
  • Tao Wang (China) – A proportionality approach to analysis of a multi-sector optimal control model for resource productivity in China
  • Hongmei Zheng (China) – An urban metabolism and carbon footprint analysis of the Jing-Jin-Ji regional agglomeration

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Last edited: 12 June 2014

CONTACT DETAILS

Brian Fath

YSSP Scientific Coordinator

Young Scientists Summer Program

Capacity Development and Academic Training Unit

Senior Research Scholar

Systemic Risk and Resilience Research Group

Advancing Systems Analysis Program

T +43(0) 2236 807 605

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International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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