In Groningen, I work in the
(Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology),
a research school that is a cooperative activity of the Universities of
Groningen, Utrecht, and Nijmegen.
Lonnie ter Braak (M.D.),
our children are
My main research interests are the following:
For further information you can go on to:
My email addresses are < tom.snijders "at" nuffield.ox.ac.uk > and < t.a.b.snijders "at" rug.nl > .
my Social Network Analysis Page:
this also contains information about the following computer programs:
SIENA for analysis of longitudinal network data,
BLOCKS for stochastic block modeling,
ZO for the analysis of 0-1 matrices with given row and column sums,
which is a program suite
containing, among others, BLOCKS, ZO, and p2;
SNOWBALL for the estimation of the size of a hidden population
using a snowball sample;
a lot about Multilevel Analysis:
remarks, corrections, and data sets (plus MLwiN and some HLM and MIXOR setups)
for the Snijders-Bosker textbook;
introduction to MLwiN and Mln/MLwiN macros;
PINT program for Power analysis IN Two-level designs;
TWOMOK paper & program for two-level scale analysis ('ecometrics');
current organisational activities;
selected list of publications + abstracts;
list of all publications;
My postal address is
Department of Sociology
Grote Rozenstraat 31
9712 TG Groningen
telephone +31 - 50 - 3636188 or 3636469 (secr.)
Main current organisational activities of Tom A.B. Snijders
Some past and coming performances and activities.
- An honorary doctorate in the Social Sciences at the
University of Stockholm was awarded
to me in 2005.
- I am a Professorial Fellow in the
Behavioural Sciences (Dept. of Psychology) at the University of
Melbourne, collaborating with profs. Philippa Pattison and
- At the
XXX International Sunbelt Social Networks Conference held
June 29 - July 4, 2010, in Riva del Garda, Italy, I had the honor
to be the keynote speaker.
- On December 16, 2011, I received a
honorary doctorate from the
1st European Conference on Social Networks in Barcelona (UAB),
July 1-4, 2014, I taught a workshop
Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data
using RSiena and presented a paper (with Johan Koskinen)
Hierarchical multilevel analysis of network dynamics: further developments.
The LEMMA node of the
ESRC National Centre of Research Methods sponsored
a meeting about
Methods for Longitudinal Data Analysis in the Social Sciences,
held Monday 8 September 2014, 10:00 - 18:00 at the
London School of Economics.
It was organised by Fiona Steele (LSE) and Paul Clarke (University of Essex).
I spoke about Longitudinal methods for using panel data of networks
and behaviour to assess peer influence.
- I will be an invited speaker at the
Multilevel Conference, held April 9-10, 2015, in Utrecht.
I will talk about Multilevel longitudinal analysis of social networks.
- For SIENA workshops and other events, see the SIENA website.
Some seminars held at the ICS in Groningen:
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