Research Scientist – Research Area Chair (Migration and Mobility)

Aliakbar Akbaritabar

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography

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Hi, I am Ali, a computational social scientist. 

I’m currently working on themes related (but not limited) to science of science, scholarly migrationsocial networkscollaboration networks, and of course computational social science. I’m looking forward to collaborate on research ideas close to these themes, using computational tools and techniques to answer social scientific questions. I am @akbaritabar on Twitter.

Projects

Assessing Migration Patterns in Latin America by Combining Traditional and Digital Trace Data Sources Projects details
Integrated Modeling of International Migration Flows Using Multiple Data Sources Projects details
Modeling and Analysis of Migration and Mobility among Scholars Projects details
Temporal Effects in Migration Measurement: Evidence from Geo-Referenced Digital Trace Data Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Akbaritabar, A.:
Quantitative Science Studies, 1–24. (2021)    
Akbaritabar, A.; Barbato, G.:
European Journal of Education, 1–16. (2021)    
Akbaritabar, A.; Bravo, G.; Squazzoni, F.:
Science and Public Policy, 1–17. (2021)    

Other Publications

Akbaritabar, Aliakbar, Squazzoni, Flaminio:
Science, Technology, & Human Values. (2020)
Akbaritabar, Aliakbar, Traag, A., Vincent, Caimo, Alberto, Squazzoni, Flaminio:
Scientometrics 124, 2361–2382 (2020)
Akbaritabar, Aliakbar, Casnici, Niccolo, Squazzoni, Flaminio:
Scientometrics 114, 859–882 (2018)
Akbaritabar, Aliakbar, Stephen, Dimity:
arXiv preprint (2021)

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