This grant will be an excellent opportunity for faculty members, post-doctoral researchers, Ph.D. students, master students, and undergraduate students to excel in the methods of computational social sciences and quantitative social sciences. For three years, there will be a large number of summer schools, winter schools, workshops, courses, training programs at Koç, GESIS, and ISI and exchange programs as well as conference participation. The grant proposal also includes plans to establish a Computational Social Sciences MA program at Koç.
For more questions, you can contact Associate Professor Erdem Yörük at firstname.lastname@example.org. Erdem Yörük will inform you more about specific events, organizations, and opportunities as soon the grant is released. By now, given this new opportunity, we would like to encourage all faculty members and students to begin considering and engaging more deeply in quantitative and computational social science methods, which are expected to shape the future of social sciences at large.