Workshop

Each semester we have a joint PhD-student/junior researcher workshop at alternating locations.

4th HeiKaMEtrics-Workshop: Winter 2018 at Karlsruhe


The fourth joint HeiKaMEetrics workshop took place on January 25th, 2018 at the KIT.

Participants in alphabetical order not as shown on the picture: Rebekka Buse, Shi Chen, Oliver Grothe, Chong Liang, Melanie Schienle (KIT), Christian Conrad, Alexander Glas, Jan Johannes, Onno Kleen, Alexander Kreiss, Fabian Krüger, Enno Mammen, Marilena Müller, Sandra Schluttenhofer, Christof Schötz, Michael Stollenwerk (Heidelberg University), Alexander Jordan, Sebastian Lerch, Patrick Schmidt (HITS), Dimo Bart, Jonas Brehmer, Daniel Gutknecht, Shaikh Tanvir Hossain, Carsten Jentsch, Mehmet Madensoy, Claudia Noack, Tomasz Olma, Lena Reichmann, Christoph Rothe, Carsten Trenkler (Mannheim University).

3rd HeiKaMEtrics-Workshop: Fall 2016 at Mannheim


The third joint HeiKaMEetrics workshop took place on November 3rd, 2016 at the University of Mannheim.

Participants in alphabetical order not as shown on the picture: Nicolas Asin, Onno Cleen, Christian Conrad, Jan Johannes, Anna Kozhina, Alexander Kreiß, Fabian Krüger, Xavier Loizeau, Mehmet Madensoy, Artem Makarov, Enno Mammen (Heidelberg University), Carsten Bormann, Rebekka Gätjen, Chong Liang, Melanie Schienle (KIT) and Daniel Gutknecht, Ruben Hipp, Carsten Jentsch, Lena Reichmann, Carsten Trenkler (Mannheim University).

2nd HeiKaMEtrics-Workshop: Spring 2016 at Heidelberg


The second joint PhD-student workshop took place on February 18th, 2016. It was hosted by the University of Heidelberg.

Participants from KIT (ECON and STOCH), Heidelberg University (AWI and Mathematics), Mannheim University (Economics) and Heidelberg Insitut für Theoretische Studien (HITS).

1st HeiKaMEtrics-Workshop: Spring 2015 at Karlsruhe


The first "HeiKaMEtrics"-workshop was held at the KIT. It took place on July 10th, 2015.

Participants from KIT (ECON and FBV), Heidelberg University (AWI and Mathematics), Mannheim University (Economics) and Heidelberg Insitut für Theoretische Studien (HITS).