July 12-17, 2021
Last week, on July 12-17, 2021, the 4th St. Petersburg Summer School on Network Analysis took place.
This year, the School was held completely online due to pandemic restrictions.
The event was attended by 16 participants from Canada, Czech, Finland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, and USA, rigorously selected out of 26 applications.
Adina Nerghes, Wageningen University and Research and Ju-Sung (Jay) Lee, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) opened the School with a two-day workshop on ‘Introduction to network analysis’. The School continued with a workshop on ‘Modelling events within social networks’ by Wouter de Nooy, University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, that lasted for two days as well. Finally, Johan Koskinen, University of Melbourne concluded the School with a workshop on ‘Analyzing network structure using random graphs’.
The school featured a workshop on publishing in Social Networks journal, which was taught by Wouter de Nooy as the journal’s editorial board member. Participants also enjoyed an opportunity to present their own work receiving feedback from teachers and peers.
Find out more about St. Petersburg Summer School on Network Analysis here.
Next time, the School will once again bring together experts from leading European universities and social sciences and cultural studies students from Russia and Europe in 2023.
Looking forward to your applications and yet another opportunity to meet!