WE are committed to move frontiers in social science methodology and rendering innovations socially useful

We are professors at the University of Zurich (UZH) and the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)

Oliver Strijbis

Oliver Strijbis is an SNSF Assistant Professor at the Institute of Political Science at the University of Zurich and an Affiliated Professor at Franklin University Switzerland. His research focuses on prediction markets, political behavior, migration, and nationalism.

Carolin Strobl

is Professor for Psychological Methods, head of the statistical consulting unit of the Department of Psychology and steering committee member of the Center for Reproducible Science. Her research focuses on Item Response Theory and Machine Learning.

Marc Wildi

is Professor of Econometrics at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. His research interests are about forecasting, real-time signal extraction, business-cycle analysis, algorithmic trading and risk management. His recent work emphasizes hybrid approaches (mixing real-time filter designs and generic trading concepts) as well as explainability (XAI) of computationally intensive approaches (NN) in the context of longitudinal data (time series).