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State Final Certification

State Final Certification (SFC) on the Master’s Programme “Applied Statistics with Network Analysis” in academic year 2018/2019 includes:

- Preparation and defense of Master’s Thesis,

- Final Interdisciplinary Examination.


Students need to have successfully completed the obligatory master's programme components before being allowed to proceed the SFC.

A role of the Final Interdisciplinary Examination at the master's programme "Applied Statistics with Network Analysis" plays a practical project. In the course of the project, students must demonstrate the ability to apply their knowledge and competences acquired in the learning process on the Master’s Programme in data analysis and applied statistics.

Schedule of the State Final Certification

State Final Certifications

Procedure SFC

Date

Time

Room

List of students

Final Interdisciplinary Examination (Project)

Consultation

16.04.2019

6:10-9pm

NRU HSE,

Myasnitskaya 20, room 228

 

Final Interdisciplinary Examination (Project)

Loading the project to LMS

16.05.2019

before 6am

 

 

Final Interdisciplinary Examination (Project)

State Certification Boards (SCB) meeting

16.05.2019

10:30am -

9:00pm

NRU HSE,

Myasnitskaya 11, room 320

 

Master’s Theses defense

 

04.06.2019

 

 

 

10:30am -

9:00pm

NRU HSE,

Myasnitskaya 20, room 236

Paco Arevalo Reyes

Mikhail Bogdanov

Felipe Javier Vaca Ramirez

Semen Eremin

Stepan Zaretskiy

Rustam Kamalov

Ekaterina Korolkova

Natalia Kraeva

Vladimir Kuznetsov

Aleksandr Pavlov

Andrey Khitry

Elizaveta Chernenko

Master’s Theses defense

 

05.06.2019

10:30am –

4:00pm

NRU HSE,

Myasnitskaya 20, room 236

Anna Sergeeva

Dmitriy Donetskov

Igor Tikhonov

Andrey Gorelikov

Dina Iakovleva

Maria Ilina

SCB final meeting

05.06.2019

4:30-9pm

NRU HSE,

Myasnitskaya 20, room 236

 

 

Regulations for Final Interdisciplinary Examination of Students of the Master’s Programme “Applied Statistics with Network Analysis”


Approximate topics for the projects:

- Sociology of science: the study of research teams through the analysis of bibliometric data and analysis of textual information. Within this area, a project is being carried out to analyze the structure of the international scientific community of network researchers (which began as an analysis of the Russian research community), which analyzes the networks of collaboration and collaboration between scholars, citations and sociations between authors and journals, as well as the thematic structure of the network research field in general and over time. The project analyzes large amounts of data from the Web of Science database. Another ongoing project within this area is devoted to the study of interactions among Soviet and Russian sociologists and is based on the application of the methodology of mixing quantitative and qualitative methods (mixed methods) in analyzing narrative texts (biographical interviews).

- Sociology of media and mass behavior: the study of the dissemination of information and behavior of individuals in the online environment. This group of projects includes several research areas implemented by individual groups of laboratory staff. One of the directions is related to the methodological foundations of the processing of textual materials written by users of social networking resources, and the study of their morphological, grammatical, stylistic and contextual differences from traditional written speech, as well as an analysis of their tonality. Another direction is represented by applied research of information waves and information campaigns in the media, media and social networks, as well as methodological developments to identify them. Another area is devoted to the study of users and individual user groups and the study of mass behavior in social networks.

- Political science: the study of political processes with the help of statistical methods. Within this direction, there are several projects in which network analysis is used to study the forms of power and the phenomenon of soft power, social and political changes in Russia and other countries (using non-parametric data analysis methods DEA), political protests, activities of think tanks in the global community, new social movements.

- Organizational research: the study of formal and informal groups and groups. This group of projects includes research on the study of interactions in various organizations, commands and teams. Since 2018, the project is continuing to study the interactions between the head office and representative offices of a separate Russian energy company.


NRU HSE regulations for the State Final Certifications:

1. Regulations for Final State Certification of Students of Bachelor’s, Specialist and Master’s Level Programmes at HSE.

2. HSE Regulations for Term Papers and Theses

3. Regulations on Checking Student Papers for Plagiarism and the Publication of Bachelor’s, Specialist and Master’s Theses on the HSE Corporate Website

4. Procedure for Appealing the Results of State Final Certifications