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Sarah Wolf is a board member of GCF since 2018 and contributes to the Green Growth research process since 2012. As head of a MATH+ junior research group on “Mathematics for Sustainability Transitions” at Freie Universität Berlin, she works on agent-based modelling of complex socio-economic, -ecologic, and -technical systems, and on embedding modelling and simulation in stakeholder dialogues. Her research topics include sustainable mobility, as well as mechanisms behind a possibility of transitioning to Green Growth.
Sarah Wolf has a background in mathematics and has worked in interdisciplinary research teams ever since her PhD studies at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. Her PhD used mathematics as a language to clarify concepts (From Vulnerability Formalization to Finitely Additive Probability Monads, Freie Universität Berlin).
Wolf, S., Fürst, S., Mandel, A., Lass, W., Lincke, D., Pablo-Martì, F., and Jaeger, C., 2013. A multi-agent model of several economic regions. Environmental Modeling and Software, 44, pp. 25-43.
Wolf, S., Bouchaud, J.-P., Cecconi, F., Cincotti, S., Dawid, H., Gintis, H., van der Hoog, S., Jaeger, C. C., Kovalevsky, D. V., Mandel, A., and Paroussos, L., 2013. Describing economic agent-based models – Dahlem ABM documentation guidelines. Complexity Economics, 2, pp. 63-74.
A first version of the guidelines can be found here for reference.
Wolf, S., Hinkel, J., Hofmann, M., Bisaro, A., Lincke, D., Ionescu, C., and Klein, R. J. T., 2012. Clarifying vulnerability definitions and assessments using formalisation. International Journal for Climate Change Strategies and Management, 5(1),pp. 54-70.