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Kloster Roggenburg

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Every year, the German Academic Scholarship Foundation offers a one-week Spring Academy at the monastery of Roggenburg for interested scholarship holders. At the next Spring Academy, some members of Die Junge Akademie will be leading working groups. In their working group, Lukas Haffert and Viola Priesemann will focus on social dynamics, such as the effect of incentive systems, the effects of social or geographical networks or processes of political polarisation. Together with the mathematician Emil Wiedemann, Erik Schilling will offer a working group titled "Beautiful evidence, bad literature (and vice versa). Criteria and practices of aesthetic evaluation".

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