Internship Report

Coping with Differing Human Crowd Queuing Behavior among Cultures

Nils van Kleef
University of Twente

Time: 13:00-14:00 on Monday, March 12th, 2012
Place: Room 341, 3rd floor of Engineering Blg.#10


When we look at crowd queuing behavior among different cultures, we can see that queuing behavior in Japan differs greatly from queuing behavior in for example India or The Netherlands. Why is that? In my presentation I will talk about my research and my experiment showing what happens when you put people in different queuing situations, which they might not be familiar with. I will tell you about the steps I took to come to this presentation. I will talk about the choices I have made, the issues I have faced and an  evaluation of the process. Afterwards, I will be happily answering all your questions.

Hosted by: Prof. Toyoaki Nishida
Department of Intelligence Science and Technology
Graduate School of Informatics
phone: 075-753-5371

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