About me

I am a sociologist and a computational social scientist. Currently, I am a PhD candidate at the University of Groningen, where I study the predictability of fertility. I am co-organizing a data challenge for predicting fertility outcomes in the Netherlands (PreFer), for details see our website preferdatachallenge.nl.

I earned my MA in Sociology from the HSE University and the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences & University of Manchester. My academic work has been published in PNAS, Royal Society Open Science, Sociological Research Online, and European educational research journal among other outlets. My research was featured in the Nature piece on computational social science. I have teaching experience in quantitative & qualitative methodology and computational social science.