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.
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;
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');
At the NetGloW ConferencePrinciples behind Structures: Patterns of complexity in European societies and beyond,
held 4-6 July 2018 in St. Petersburg,
I was one of the keynote speakers, talking about
Dynamics of Multilevel and Multivariate Networks.
There will be a
Dutch Network Economics Day of the Tinbergen Institute
taking place October 17, 2018.
I will speak about Stochastic actor-oriented models for network
dynamics, with an application to co-evolution of
friendship and leisure activities.