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Termeh Shafie

Lecturer in Social Statistics

University of Manchester

Biography

My research interest falls in the intersection of multivariate statistics and social network analysis. I like working interdisciplinary and doing research that moves across scientific borders. The projects that I have worked on and am currently working on are listed below.

Interests

  • social network analysis
  • multivariate statistics
  • information theory
  • statistical literacy

Education

  • Ph.D. in Statistics, 2013

    Stockholm University

  • Licentiate of Philosophy in Statistics, 2008

    Umeå University

  • Master of Social Science (major in Statistics), 2006

    Umeå University

  • Master of Science in Public Administration and Economics, 2006

    Umeå University

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Social Statistics

The University of Manchester

Jul 2018 – Present Department of Social Statistics
 
 
 
 
 

Postdoctoral Researcher

ETH Zürich

Nov 2017 – Jun 2018 Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences
 
 
 
 
 

Postdoctoral Researcher

Konstanz University

Sep 2013 – Oct 2017 Department of Computer and Information Science

Projects

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Gender Dependent Structure of Dialogue Networks in Films

Using statistical entropy analysis and random multigraphs to analyse gender representation in films. More info coming soon.

Random Multigraphs

The statistical analysis and modelling of social network data represented as multigraphs. More info coming soon.

Statistical Entropy Analysis of Network Data

The applicability of statistical entropy tools for practical network analysis. More info coming soon.

Nexus1492

The reconstruction and modelling of archaeological networks to investigate the impacts of colonial encounters in the Caribbean.

Talks

Recent presentation slides

“Gender Dependent Structures of Dialogue Networks in Films”

The 4th European Conference on Social Networks (9 Sep 2019)

Slides