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Network Analysis

This track will allow students to acquire techniques and skills that will enable them to become in demand in the labor market, as network analysis is one of the most promising methods of analysis.  This method allows us to understand and estimate the scale of interconnection and complexity of the world around us; the research of social and physical phenomena opens the prospects of finding connections on many levels.

Study track "Network Analysis" - is the basis of the program MASNA, which prepares universal professionals who can analyze data in any context. The best way to do this is to master advanced network and statistical methods. Relational thinking, which is taught by network analysis, allows not only to think in categories of relationships but also to establish them between different sectors of the economy and society.

Our graduates successfully find themselves and combine work in the academy, work in consulting centers, think tanks and analytical structures of commercial, state, and non-governmental sectors. The focus of specialization is on network courses, advanced mathematical disciplines, related network methodology, and graph theory

Curators

Rustam Kamalov

Master of Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Vladimir Batagelj

PhD: Edward Kardel University in Ljubljana

Curriculum

Graduates

Elizaveta Chernenko

Network Analyst, Network Analyst, PhD program Oxford Internet Institute (DPhil in Social Data Science)

Stepan Zaretskiy

PhD program of Inter-university Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS) and the Department of Sociology of the University of Groningen

Felipe Vaca

PhD program in Network Science at Central European University

Paco Arevalo

PhD program in University if Ljubljana

Alumni reviews

Elizaveta Chernenko