This particular project considers the development of algorithms, methods and tools for trustworthy analysis of complex social network data. It is one of the subprojects (“tasks”) within the larger SSHOC-NL research infrastructure grant lead by ODISSEI and CLARIAH. Topics include network data interoperability (e.g., combining online, real-world and register-based data), data temporality (e.g., analyzing historical population data), and identity disclosure risk. The project runs from 2024 to the end of 2027 and is lead by Frank Takes (Leiden University) and Eelke Heemskerk (University of Amsterdam). Positions (PhD and postdoc) are expected to open late 2023 or early 2024, and will be based respectively at the computer science and social science department of the two universities involved.