Laboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS)

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Short name Laboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS)
Name The Laboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS) at National Research University Higher School of Economics
Description Laboratory for Internet Studies is a team of researchers from a variety of disciplines who have come together to do a pioneering research of issues that can not be addressed from within separate braches of science. Our mission is to study the Internet as a unique social, economic, linguistic and technical phenomenon. We also seek to learn more about the society that has “inhabited” the Internet and found it to be one of its natural modes of existence. For these goals we develop and adapt mathematical methods, algorithms and software. All our projects are collective and include people with various skills and of different stages in their careers – from undergrads to PhD students to mature researchers. This enhances mutual enrichment and exchange of ideas. We support creative atmosphere and peer communication in our Lab; we welcome new initiatives and collaboration with business and policy makers and organize multiple events. The results of our effort may be found in our publications.
University National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Country Russian Federation
Type of organization Research center
Contact e-mail address(es) linis-spb@hse.ru
Contact form http://linis.hse.ru/en/contact
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Topics of interest Topic Modeling, Text Mining, Social Network Analysis (SNA), Sentiment Analysis, Big Data, Interethnic Relations on the Internet, Online Communities, Social Movements, Social Capital Online, Social Media, Social Network Sites (SNS), VK.com
Disciplines involved Sociology, Linguistics, Mathematics, Economics, Computer science, Software development
Official website http://linis.hse.ru/en/
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Projects Improving the Methodology of Automatic Text Analysis, Mapping Ethnic Attitudes in the Russian Blogosphere, Network Classification Algorithms and Packet Switching, On-line and Off-line Realms of Social Movements, Open Database and a Crowdsourcing Website for Development of Sentiment Analysis Instruments, The Structure of Social Ties in Online Communities: Comparative Analysis of Online Groups on VK.com SNS, The Impact of the Internet on Protests: Cross-Country Analysis, Recommender Systems, AIDS-Denialists and HIV-Relevant Communities in VK.com SNS, Public Agenta and Public Opinion in the Russian Blogosphere, Livejournal Libra: the Blogosphere and Political Mobilization in Russia during the 2011-2012 Election Cycle, Comment-based Communities in the Blogosphere, Friendship Networks in Online Communities of the Social Movement "Saint Petersburg Observers", Livejournal Topical Structure Analysis, Construction of the Problem of Police Brutality in the Russian Blogosphere, Commentig Structure of Livejournal, The Development of a Methodology for the Network and Semantic Analysis of Blogs for Sociological Purposes, Social Capital Online: Vologda City, Improving the Methodology of Text Mining, Topic Modeling Algorithms, Interethnic Relations on the Internet

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Laboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS) having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Oleg NagornyyOlegNagornyy
Olessia KoltsovaOlessiaKoltsovaDirectorSocial Media
Big Data
Online communities
Machine Learning
Sergei KoltcovSergeiKoltcov
Svetlana AlexeevaSvetlanaAlexeeva
Yadviga SinyavskayaYadvigaSinyavskaya
Yuri RykovYuriRykov

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ClassificationNational Research University Higher School of Economics +, St. Petersburg + and Research center +
Contact formhttp://linis.hse.ru/en/contact +
CountryRussian Federation +
DescriptionLaboratory for Internet Studies is a team
Laboratory for Internet Studies is a team of researchers from a variety of disciplines who have come together to do a pioneering research of issues that can not be addressed from within separate braches of science. Our mission is to study the Internet as a unique social, economic, linguistic and technical phenomenon. We also seek to learn more about the society that has “inhabited” the Internet and found it to be one of its natural modes of existence. For these goals we develop and adapt mathematical methods, algorithms and software. All our projects are collective and include people with various skills and of different stages in their careers – from undergrads to PhD students to mature researchers. This enhances mutual enrichment and exchange of ideas. We support creative atmosphere and peer communication in our Lab; we welcome new initiatives and collaboration with business and policy makers and organize multiple events. The results of our effort may be found in our publications.
r effort may be found in our publications. +
DisciplineSociology +, Linguistics +, Mathematics +, Economics +, Computer science + and Software development +
Full nameThe Laboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS) at National Research University Higher School of Economics +
Homepagehttp://linis.hse.ru/en/ +
ProjectImproving the Methodology of Automatic Text Analysis +, Mapping Ethnic Attitudes in the Russian Blogosphere +, Network Classification Algorithms and Packet Switching +, On-line and Off-line Realms of Social Movements +, Open Database and a Crowdsourcing Website for Development of Sentiment Analysis Instruments +, The Structure of Social Ties in Online Communities: Comparative Analysis of Online Groups on VK.com SNS +, The Impact of the Internet on Protests: Cross-Country Analysis +, Recommender Systems +, AIDS-Denialists and HIV-Relevant Communities in VK.com SNS +, Public Agenta and Public Opinion in the Russian Blogosphere +, Livejournal Libra: the Blogosphere and Political Mobilization in Russia during the 2011-2012 Election Cycle +, Comment-based Communities in the Blogosphere +, Friendship Networks in Online Communities of the Social Movement "Saint Petersburg Observers" +, Livejournal Topical Structure Analysis +, Construction of the Problem of Police Brutality in the Russian Blogosphere +, Commentig Structure of Livejournal +, The Development of a Methodology for the Network and Semantic Analysis of Blogs for Sociological Purposes +, Social Capital Online: Vologda City +, Improving the Methodology of Text Mining +, Topic Modeling Algorithms + and Interethnic Relations on the Internet +
Short nameLaboratory for Internet Studies (LINIS) +
Topic interestTopic Modeling +, Text Mining +, Social Network Analysis (SNA) +, Sentiment Analysis +, Big Data +, Interethnic Relations on the Internet +, Online Communities +, Social Movements +, Social Capital Online +, Social Media +, Social Network Sites (SNS) + and VK.com +
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