The Joint International Workshop on Social Influence Analysis and Mining Actionable Insights from Social Networks (SocInf/MAISoN 2018) will take place in July 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden. It will feature a special issue of Elsevier’s Information Processing & Management journal. More […]
On March 8, there will be an exclusive movie screening of the award-winning documentary AlphaGo. The program starts at 15:30 in lecture room 1 of the Science Campus (Gorlaeus Building, Einsteinweg 55, Leiden). The movie is made available to LIACS […]
As a product of the eScientist award from late 2017, research engineers Laurens Bogaardt and Dafne van Kuppevelt have joined the CORPNET group. During 2018, they will work on questions related to corporate network analysis and visualization. In particular, they will focus […]
A new 4-year project together with the inspectorate of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water will focus on new data-driven methods for risk assessment, with the aim to for example better coordinate inspection efforts. As part of this project, PhD […]
During the yearly Netherlands eScience symposium in Amsterdam, I was awarded the 2017 Young eScientist award for my eScience-related research with amongst others the Dutch National Police, but primarily the research done within our CORPNET group at the University of […]
I work at Leiden University and the University of Amsterdam. I am an assistant professor at LIACS, the Leiden computer science department and researcher in the CORPNET computational social science group in Amsterdam. My research interest is computational network science, so algorithms for knowledge discovery from network data. Through a number of projects, I work in particular on the analysis of corporate networks as well as networks in economics, finance and infrastructure. I supervise bachelor, master and PhD students, and teach courses on business intelligence, process mining and social network analysis.