The International Laboratory for Applied Network Research NRU HSE develops and tests new methods for analyzing network data, applying them in empirical research in various scientific fields. The ANR-Lab members get represented by researchers from sociology, political science, economics, management, mathematics, statistics, computer linguistics, and computer science. We maintain cooperation with Russian and international scientists and research groups working in the field of network analysis.
In the autumn of 2017, our Lab launched the master's programme "Applied Statistics with Network Analysis," which enrolls 47 students.
In a new video from the popular science channel on social sciences 'TELOS', the head of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research, Daria Maltseva, talks about the network structure of social capital and its theory by Mark Granovetter.
On September 4-8, the 7th European Conference on Social Networks EUSN 2023 was held in Ljubljana (Slovenia), where laboratory members presented their reports, learned about the latest developments in the field of network analysis, and also met with their colleagues from foreign universities.
In the new edition of the rubric "+- 10 minutes" from Vyshka.Online Tamara Shcheglova, junior research fellow of the International Laboratory of Applied Network Research of the Higher School of Economics and Researcher at the company "Aventica" speaks about the role and strength of social ties between people and how they work and how they affect us.
September 15 is the deadline to submit application documents for the Master’s in Applied Statistics with Network Analysis, Russia’s first English-language online programme in applied statistics. The HSE University programme trains specialists capable of working with data for strategising business processes and analysing the system of interactions between companies and people.
Ivan Klimov told: how the educational process is built on the programme, what is the assessment system, how to communicate with teachers and what are the recommendations before starting the education.
In the new episode of HSE Online's "+/- 10 Minutes" project, Daria Maltseva, head of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research, talks about how social connections are formed, what models exist to explain network analysis, and how the Six degrees of separation theory works.
From July 4–8, the 14th Summer School ‘Methods and Tools for Analysing Social Networks’ was held by the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research (ANR Lab). The dissemination of knowledge about the most recent methods of network analysis is one of the goals of the laboratory. Social network analysis is an interdisciplinary field that studies networks of interactions between different objects (such as people, organisations, institutions, countries, words in texts, texts on the internet) and identifying hidden patterns within them.
Sergey Davydov, Analyst at the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research and Lecturer of the Online Master’s Programme 'Applied Statistics with Network Analysis', talks about network analysis using the example of the functions of museum workers (video is in Russian).