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 42 students.
In 2021 ANR-Lab opens admission to the new online programme "Master of Data and Network Analytics" on Coursera.
International Laboratory for Applied Network Research in Moscow, Russia, invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the field of application of statistical methods in Network Analysis, the study of network dynamics in time, analysis of interactions in scientific collectives, organizations, social movements, and informal groups, spread of information and analysis of individuals' behavior in media and online social networks.
We have recently launched a Telegram channel about network analysis. There we talk about key books and articles, upcoming events in the world of networks, top network researchers, and our laboratory.
Employees of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research (ANR-Lab) and graduates of the Master’s programme “Applied Statistics with Network Analysis” (MASNA) Ekaterina Melianova and Artem Volgin became prize winners in 2 parallel analytics competitions.
Two research assistants of the laboratory became laureates of the 2020 Student Research Paper Competition held by HSE University.
ANR-Lab and MASNA are launching a new Master of Data and Network Analytics programme on Coursera. The first enrollment will take place in 2021.
Alina Arslanova and Yulia Sedova, research assistants at the laboratory, took part in the XXVII International Conference of Students, Postgraduates and Young Scientists "Lomonosov," which took place in a remote format from November 10 to 27.
The laboratory's scientific advisor, Anuška Ferligoj, and senior research fellow Vladimir Batagelj got new recognitions.
The paper “Detecting Automatically Managed Accounts in Online Social Networks: Graph Embedding Approach” by Ilia Karpov, Junior Research Fellow at ANR-Lab, and his colleague Ekaterina Glazkova won the Best Paper Award in the area of Social Networks Analysis in the collection of publications following the results of the 9th International Conference on Analysis of Images, Social Networks, and Texts, held online on October 15-16.