Postdoctoral Fellow, Socioeconomic patterns in network formation and mobility | Central European University

The Department of Network and Data Science (DNDS) at the Central European University (CEU) carries out research in network science, with a special focus on the foundations and applications of network science to practical data-driven problems. A key element of the mission of DNDS is to work across disciplines to bring network and data science tools to many fields of the social sciences and related areas. DNDS translates these ideas into research projects – our faculty have won several major grants, from European Union and US funding agencies. DNDS offers a PhD Program and an Advanced Certificate Program in Network Science and will host a BA in Quantitative Social Sciences starting, presumably, in 2021. Data science tools and the network science approach offer a unique perspective to tackle complex problems, impenetrable to linear-proportional thinking. Building on decades of development of fundamental understanding of networks, the modern data deluge has opened up unprecedented opportunities to study and understand the structure and function of social, economic, political and information systems. Data-driven network science aims at explaining complex phenomena at larger scales emerging from simple principles of network link formation.