Chair Computational Social Sciences and Humanities
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The chair under the lead of Professor Markus Strohmaier consists of a group of computational scientists working in interdisciplinary contexts and settings.
Their research focuses on the development and application of algorithmic methods and theories for the social sciences and humanities. The social sciences and humanities are confronted with an increasing volume of data about social systems, -processes and -phenomena. At the same time, computer science and computer systems increasingly face societal, sociological, ethical and many other challenges. Both developments together require computational methods and theories for studying, modelling and shaping integrated social-computational systems.