Research Scientist

Samin Aref

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography

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Dr. Samin Aref is a research scientist at the Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography where he works on several projects primarily in Computational Social Science. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and an M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Sharif University (Iran).

Projects

Computational Analysis of the Structure and Dynamics in Networks with Negative Ties and Conflicting Relationships Projects details
Modeling and Analysis of Migration and Mobility among Scholars Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Selected Recent All

Zhao, X.; Aref, S.; Zagheni, E.; Stecklov, G.:
In: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI 2021), Leuven, Belgium, July 12-15, 2021. Leuven: ISSI. forthcoming. (2021)    
Aref, S.; Dinh, L.; Rezapour, R.; Diesner, J.:
Scientific Reports 10. (2020)       
Aref, S.; Neal, Z.:
Scientific Reports 10, 1–10. (2020)       
Miranda-González, A.; Aref, S.; Theile, T.; Zagheni, E.:
EPJ Data Science 9. (2020)    

Other Publications

Samin Aref, Andrew J. Mason, Mark C. Wilson:
Networks 75, 1 (2020), 95-110.
Samin Aref, Emilio Zagheni, Jevin West:
In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Social Informatics, SocInfo 2019, Doha, Qatar, November 18–21, 50–65, 11864 Cham, Springer (2019)
Samin Aref, Mark C. Wilson:
Journal of Complex Networks 7, 2 (2019), 163–189.
Samin Aref, Andrew J. Mason, Mark C. Wilson:
In Optimization Problems in Graph Theory, B. Goldengorin, Ed. Springer, 2018, pp. 65-84.
Samin Aref, Mark C. Wilson:
Journal of Complex Networks 6, 4 (2018), 566-595.

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