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Members of our Research Group at the GESIS CSSWS’16

In December 2016 participants of our Research Group "Machine Learning and Social Computing", with the assistance of Laboratory of Sociology in Education and Science and minor in Data Science, have visited Cologne on the GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium.

It was an excellent opportunity for us to not only realize, what modern science is, but also to get acquainted with very interesting people, to understand, what other people are doing and engage in new trends of social computing.
Participants of our Group on their impressions:


"Amazing combination of the scientific environment and informal atmosphere. Both days of the conference were full of events and new acquaintances. The interactive format of the research presentations gave a possibility to understand properly what has been done by other participants. It was my first event of this kind, however I really hope that it’s not the last"

Stanislav Kozlov,
Undergraduate student in the St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management, Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Chairman of our Research Group about the conference, projects and future plans:

"It is an excellent result for our group. It is very pleasant for me that researches of our participants are rather competitive to attend international conferences of high level. We got acquainted with many researchers from around the world. These communications are very valuable and we hope that they will give us the chance of holding guest lectures and future collaboration. Our projects develop very fast, therefore we expect that very soon we will be able to join Computational Social Science community and show them results of researches, which have been made directly in the Our Group"

Alexander Sirotkin,
PhD in Mathematical Modelling, Numerical Methods and Software Complexes, Chairman of the Research Group