The Social and Political Interacting Networks group is an interdisciplinary working group devoted to the study of network science, social network analysis, and the study of international processes. Our group includes faculty, post doctoral fellows, and graduate students from political science, communications, computer science, applied math, and physics. Our goal is to explore the effect of shocks on networks, the causes and consequences of network spillover, and methods for analyzing social and political networks.
Our research is conducted with the generous support of the following grants:
- National Science Foundation, Grant #SES-21121962
- National Science Foundation, Grant #ICES-1216048
- Minerva Initiative of the Department of Defense, Grant #W911NF-15-1-0502.