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Everett, Martin

Martin G. Everett Manchester University, UK

Martin Everett is professor of social network analysis and co-director of the Mitchell Centre at the University of Manchester. After studying mathematics as an undergraduate and at masters level, he undertook a doctorate in social network analysis. He has over over 30 years of experience of social networks and has contributed to over 100 publications. He is a co-developer of the network analysis software UCINET  and is co-editor of the international journal Social Networks. He is a past president of INSNA (The International Network for Social Network Analysis) and a Simmel award holder (the highest award given by INSNA for contributions to research). He has regularly given keynote speeches at international conferences and has consulted to both government agencies and private companies on the use and application of social network analysis.