MASNA takes 2nd place among Russian programs, ahead of data analysis programs of Novosibirsk and Ural Federal Universities.
Ilia Karpov, a junior researcher at the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research, was awarded an academic achievement award by the HSE Academic Fund. Congratulations to Ilia on recognizing the results of his work and the rector's allowance for one year.
The academic achievements of Daria Maltseva, Deputy Head of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research, were recognized in the HSE Science Foundation competition framework. Congratulations to Daria and her co-author, prof. Vladimir Batagelj with the recognition of their research results and the received academic allowance of the 3rd level for two years.
Five members of the ANR-Lab have just successfully passed the entrance exams and are accepted for the PhD programme in Sociology at HSE. Each of them has its own story and its own path, but one thing unites them - they all came to their cherished goal. Congratulations to our colleagues!
Artyom Volgin and Ekaterina Melianova, second-year students of the Master’s programme in Applied Statistics with Network Analysis, outperformed more than 100 teams from different countries to take first place in the DS4G: Environmental Insights Explorer Competition hosted by Kaggle.
On March 4, 2020, in the Durasov’s house in the building on Pokrovsky Boulevard, an award ceremony for the winners of the HSE student research competition - 2019 was held, where Ekaterina Melianova and Kirill Lesnykh, students of the master's programme "Applied Statistics with Network Analysis", were awarded.
Students of MASNA programme and members of ANR-Lab are the winners and laureates of the Student Research Paper Competition held by HSE University
Ekaterina Melianova, Kirill Lesnykh and Marya Vorobyova are the winners and laureates of the HSE Student Research Paper Competition. Congratulations to our students and colleagues and their scientific supervisors Irina Zangieva and Daria Maltseva on winning the competition.
The first-year student of the MASNA master's programme won the intellectual game “What?” Where? When?” on the Channel One
The team of the first-year student of the programme “Applied Statistics with Network Analysis” Mikhail Novoselov won the final game “What? Where? When?”, which was held on December 29, 2019. Experts of the club’s youngest team won the final game of the year for the first time in 5 years.