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Virtual graduate workshop students explore vaccine hesitancy

虚拟研究生研讨会的学生探索疫苗犹豫

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【来源】: 圣菲研究所
【时间】: 2021-08-13
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The Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science (GWCSS) has been a core feature of summers at SFI for a quarter-century. This year, in response to the ongoing pandemic, the 26th GWCSS was condensed into two intensive and productive days online.

The assembled Ph.D. students heard lectures from the faculty on computational approaches to social science research rooted in the complex systems methods pioneered at SFI. Students presented their dissertation research and engaged in discussions with the faculty and fellow participants. The virtual workshop culminated in presentations of the homework problem, an essential feature of the GWCSS experience.

The homework, a hackathon-like challenge, presents students with an open-ended question involving complex systems. Participants work in small teams, which form in the afternoon and must present a solution early the next day. “The ability of the students to generate new, productive research ideas in such a short time is remarkable, both to us and, more often than not, to the students as well,” says SFI External Professor John Miller, co-founded GWCSS with External Professor Scott Page, and this year co-directed the program with Page, SFI Professor Mirta Galesic, and SFI External Professor Henrik Olsson.