- Descriptive and explorative statistics
- Applied econometrics
- Behavioral economics
- Gender economics
Since 2018, Dr. Agnes Vosen has worked at the Fraunhofer Center in Leipzig as a research fellow in the Price and Service Management Unit. During her studies of economics at the University of Bonn, she focused on data analysis and behavioral economics. During her subsequent doctorate at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics, she researched projects on gender economics and the modelling of competitive situations. Her dissertation is entitled "Asymmetries in Contests and Women in Academia".
At Fraunhofer IMW she works thematically in the MED2ICIN project. The aim is to bring together previously distributed health and disease data from individuals into a holistic, specific patient model. This is done with the help of machine learning instruments such as artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning.