Dr Pavel Krivitsky
Senior Lecturer

Dr Pavel Krivitsky

  • 2009 PhD in Statistics University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
  • 2006 MS in Statistics University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
  • 2003 BS in Biometry and Statistics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
School of Mathematics & Statistics

I develop methods and models for analysing complex network data and processes with applications in epidemiology and the social sciences. I am particularly interested in unusual or indirectly observed or sampled network data. My work has a strong computational component, and I develop and maintain a number of popular R packages on CRAN.

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School of Mathematics and Statistics UNSW Sydney NSW 2052 The Red Centre Room 1032

  • 2019 Freeman Award for significant contributions to the scientific study of social structure by an early career researcher.
  • 2019 Richards Award for development of publicly social network analysis software.

  • Statnet Project to produce user-friendly open source software tools for network analysis
  • uDASH: UNSW Data Science Hub

My Research Supervision

  • Saman Forouzandeh 2021‒
  • Yun Pan 2022‒

My Teaching

  • MATH3831 (Statistics in Social and Market Research)
  • DATA5002 (Data Visualisation)
  • MATH5855/ZZSC5855 (Multivariate Analysis)
  • DATA1001 (Fundamentals of Data Science)