This page is dedicated to summarizing information about the courses and training events that I give on social and economic network analysis as well as agent-based computer simulation for the social sciences.
Upcoming one-off training events
– At the next EUSN 2017 conference (Mainz, Germany, 26 September 2017), I’ll give a one-day workshop on Introduction to Netlogo and agent-based models of networks (with Yasaman Sarabi).
– Introduction to Netlogo and agent-based models of networks, workshop at the EUSN 2016 conference (Paris, 14 June 2016) and at the XXXV Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (Brighton, 23 June 2015), with Yasaman Sarabi.
– Using mixed-methods in social network analysis, one-day workshop (London, 13 January 2015 and 8 January 2014, with Alessio D’Angelo and Louise Ryan).
– At the University of Greenwich, London, in June 2015 (and 2014 and 2013), I taught a one-week intensive course on Doing Research with Social Networks: Tools, Theories and Applications, as part of a more comprehensive Summer School in social network analysis. I was accompanied by Yasaman Sarabi who was in charge of most of the hands-on exercises with dedicated software (UCINET and Netdraw); on the last day, Francesca Pallotti gave a special session on exponential random graph models.
– Slightly different versions of the above course have been offered at the University of Lund, Sweden (2015) and University of Tel Aviv, Israel (2014).
– I gave several one-day training workshops on “Introduction to Social Network Analysis“, some of which with Yasaman Sarabi, both at Greenwich (2011, 2012, 2013), and as pre-conference workshops at the UKSNA conference (2011, 2012) and Sunbelt conference (2013, 2014).
– In 2011, I contributed to the organisation of a Doctoral Summer School on Social Networks and the Network Society (in French) on the Ile of Porquerolles, for EHESS and the Institute Mines-Telecom.