Special issue on Social Network Mining

Elsevier’s Information Processing and Management Journal will feature a special issue on Social Network Mining. The deadline for submissions is October 15, 2018. Please consider submitting your original work on social network mining to this special issue. More information can […]

New project: eScience Pathfinder

As a product of the eScientist award from late 2017, research engineers Laurens Bogaardt and Dafne van Kuppevelt have joined the CORPNET group. During 2018, they will work on questions related to corporate network analysis and visualization. In particular, they will focus […]

About me

I work at Leiden University and the University of Amsterdam. I am an assistant professor at LIACS, the Leiden computer science department and researcher in the CORPNET computational social science group in Amsterdam.

My main fundamental research interest is computational network science, which deals with algorithms for  knowledge discovery from network data. Through a number of projects, I also work on network science applications, in particular corporate networks, but also networks in economics, finance and infrastructure.

I supervise bachelor, master and PhD students, and teach courses on business intelligence, process mining, competitive programming and social network analysis.

Contact information

Leiden
Snellius building, Room 157b
Phone:  +31  (0)71 527 7143
E-mail:  f.w.takes@liacs.leidenuniv.nl

Amsterdam
Roeterseiland campus, Room B9.00
Phone:  +31  (0)20 525 7385
E-mail:  takes@uva.nl