Main interests

My current research activity concerns the development and implementation of statistical modelling and inferential approaches for relational data in a wide variety of applications involving interdisciplinary collaborations.

My research interests include (but are not limited to):

I am always happy to hear from students who would like to do a postgraduate research project with me, fellow researchers who would like to collaborate on proposals, and industry seeking to collaborate on a research project with commercialisation focus. Please contact me. For students, please also see information on funding options.

Funded projects

2015 - 2018 Project: Bayesian Modelling and Algorithms for Heterogenous Organisational Networks.
Role: Co-applicant.
Funding body: Swiss National Science Foundation.

Postgraduate students

2018 Jessica Balest
Visiting PhD student from EURAC Research & University of Padua, Italy

Invited presentations

Jul 2017 Talk at DSSV Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
Sep 2016 Talk at RSS Conference, University of Manchester, UK
Aug 2016 Talk at ISBE Symposium on Animal Social Networks, University of Exeter, UK
Jun 2016 Talk at ISBA, Sardinia, Italy
May 2016 Talk at NetSci2016, Seoul, Korea
Dec 2015 Seminar at Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Oct 2015 Seminar at University of Zurich, Switzerland
Oct 2015 Seminar at Bocconi University Milan, Italy
Oct 2015 Talk at AMS Fall Central Section Meeting, Loyola University Chicago, USA
Jun 2015 Talk at Workshop on Dynamic Networks and Cyber-Security, University of Bristol, UK

Workshops

Jun 2017 Workshop on Statistical Social Network Analysis with R, Birkbeck University of London, UK
Jun 2015 Workshop on Bayesian exponential random graphs with R, INSNA Sunbelt Confernce, Brighton, UK