Training and events

We offer methodological workshops, paper development workshops, and seminars to enable researchers to analyse social network data and develop theoretical and practical implications related to network research.

1 July 2020

INSNA/Sunbelt online workshop

The workshop will be delivered by The Exeter Centre for Social Networks. The workshop is designed to provide PhD students and junior faculty with the opportunity to discuss their organizational network research in an informal and collegial setting with prominent organizational network scholars.

The workshop will be led by Andrew Parker, Alessandro Lomi, Alexandra Gerbasi, Cecile Emery, Jesse Fagan, Jessica Methot, Jill Perry-Smith, Joe Labianca, Leroy White, Lorien Jasny, Peter Dahlin, and Stefano Taselli.

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24-28 August 2020

Workshop on Longitudinal Network Analysis with RSiena
(THIS WORKSHOP IS FULLY BOOKED)

The workshop will be led by Professors Tom Snijders and Alessandro Lomi.
The course will have two parts that can be booked separately: the first 3 days will be an introductory course, and the last 2 days an advanced course. More information will follow.

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19 May 2020

Workshop on Social Networks and Text Analysis (POSTPONED)

Our workshop is currently postponed until further notice, new dates for this are yet to be determined.

The workshop will be led by Dr Jesse Fagan

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20-21 May 2020

Exponential Random Graph Models (POSTPONED)

Our workshop is currently postponed until further notice, new dates for this are yet to be determined.

The workshop will be led by Dr Lorien Jasny

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22 May 2020

Dynamic Network Actor Models (DyNAMs) using the Goldfish package in R (POSTPONED)

Our workshop is currently postponed until further notice, new dates for this are yet to be determined.

The workshop will be led by Professor Christoph Stadfeld 

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22-26 June 2020

Introductory Workshop on Social Networks (POSTPONED)

Our workshop is currently postponed until further notice, new dates for this are yet to be determined.

The workshop will be led by Professor Alessandro Lomi and Dr Viviana Amati

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