Presentations

2017

F. Labhart, R. Engels, M. Livingston, and E. Kuntsche
How many drinks are needed to experience consequences? Determining the most appropriate threshold for risky drinking based on two event-level studies.
Presentation at the 43rd Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Sheffield, UK, June 2017.

2016

F. Labhart, E. Kuntsche, D. Gatica-Perez, T. Phan and D. Santani
La vie nocturne lausannoise des jeunes 16 à 25 ans: aperçus de l'étude Youth@Night.
City forum on nightlife, Lausanne, Dec. 1 2016.

D. Santani and D. Gatica-Perez
How Geo-Localized Social Media is used in the City of Lausanne.
Workshop on Social Media and Public Security, Paris, Oct. 4 2016.

D. Gatica-Perez, D. Santani, and T. Phan
I'm Here, So What? The Value for Statistics of Swiss Geo-Localized Social Media.
Swiss Days of Official Statistics, Neuchatel, Sep. 16, 2016.

J. Truong & S. Landolt
Using everyday technologies in researching young people’s night out practices.
Annual International Conference, RGS (Royal Geographical Society) with IBG, 30.8.-2.9.2016, London.

F. Labhart & E. Kuntsche
The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak: why young people drink more than intended on weekend evenings - an event-level study.
Presentation at the 42nd Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2016.

E. Kuntsche & F. Labhart
Alcohol Consumption of Young People on Weekends: Purpose, Patterns and Problems.
Keynote presentation at the National Alcohol and Drugs Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands. March 2016.

2015

E. Kuntsche & F. Labhart
Understanding the weekend drinking of young adults from an events perspective: The possibilities and limitations of smartphone technology.
Keynote presentation at the conference Encountering Alcohol and Other Drugs, Lisbon, Portugal. September 2015.

E. Kuntsche, F. Labhart, D. Santani, J. Truong, S. Landolt, & D. Gatica-Perez
New insights into nightlife in Lausanne and Zurich: the Youth@Night study.
Presentation at the 2nd Safer Nightlife Switzerland Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, Sep. 2015.

F. Labhart, F. Tarsetti, O. Bornet, D. Santani, J. Truong, S. Landolt, D. Gatica-Perez & E. Kuntsche
The Youth@Night App: Development and evaluation of a smartphone application for collecting event-level data on young adults' nightlife behaviors.
Presentation at the 41st Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Munich, Germany, June 2015.

F. Tarsetti, F. Labhart, O. Bornet, D. Santani, J. Truong, S. Landolt, D. Gatica-Perez & E. Kuntsche
The Youth@Night App: Development and evaluation of a smartphone application for collecting event-level data on young adults' nightlife behaviors.
Presentation at the 9th International conference on nightlife, substance use and related health issues (Club Health), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2015.

J. Truong, S. Landolt, F. Labhart, F. Tarsetti, D. Santani, E. Kuntsche, D. Gatica-Perez & O. Bornet
Feeling connected online and offline. The use of WhatsApp in the urban night out experiences of young people.
Presentation at the 9th International conference on nightlife, substance use and related health issues (Club Health), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2015.

F. Labhart, F. Tarsetti, O. Bornet, D. Santani, J. Truong, S. Landolt, D. Gatica-Perez & E. Kuntsche
Development and evaluation of an innovative method to recruit representative samples in the urban nightlife.
Presentation at the 9th International conference on nightlife, substance use and related health issues (Club Health), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2015.

S. Landolt, J. Truong
Erweiterung des Nachtlebens in den digitalen Raum.
Presentation at Nationale Fachtagung "Herausforderungen einer urbanen Schweiz für die Zusammenarbeit von Suchthilfe und Polizei", Biel, Schweiz, June 2015.

J. Truong, S. Landolt, F. Labhart, F. Tarsetti, D. Santani, E. Kuntsche, D. Gatica-Perez & O. Bornet
Youth@night: Approaching young people’s night out and drinking experiences with multi-methods – focus on the meaning of social networking sites.
Presentation at SFI, The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 2015.