New scientific advisor of the ANR-Lab prof. dr. Anuška Ferligoj has made a presentation on the topic “Measuring networks: Reliability and Validity” at the Monday open seminar.
New academic year of the ANR-Lab and Master`s program "Applied Statistics with Social Network Analysis"
How to spend the September weekend that will be remembered for a long time? Talk with colleagues, get acquainted with the first-year students who joined our friendly team, go deep into academic writing - and all this in the forest spaces of the Voronovo Training Center!
The head of the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research and the academic supervisor of the master's program "Applied Statistics with Social Network Analysis" Valentina Kuskova conducted a number of presentations of the Social Sciences Department of the NRU HSE, the Laboratory and its master's program before the students and graduates of Kyrgyz universities.
Professor of the University of Ljubljana Vladimir Batagelj will offer several courses at the master's program of ANR-Lab
In November 2017, Vladimir Batagelj, a professor from the University of Ljubljana, will offer several courses at the master's program of ANR-Lab 'Applied Statistics with Social Network Analysis'.
We are happy to announce the successful opening of our new Master’s program 'Applied Statistics with Social Network Analysis' – from September 1 there are 22 students in our team. On September 15-17, the first joint seminar of ANR-Lab employees and students took place at the NRU HSE educational center in Voronovo.
On July 24-28, 2017, International Laboratory for Applied Network Research has held the Eighth International Summer School «Theory and Methods of Network Analysis» (TMSA(II)-2017) on the foundations of network analysis.
Valentina Kuskova, the Head of the ANR-Lab and the Academic Supervisor of the Master’s programme 'Applied Statistics with Network Analysis', was chosen as the best teacher by students of two departments of the Higher School of Economics.
Join our second online-seminar on April 3 at 7pm. Alexander Semenov talks about machine learning algorithms performance in predicting game outcomes in Dota 2.