Prof Martin Everett - Personal details
I have a BSc in mathematics from Loughborough University and an MSc also in mathematics from Oxford University. I continued at Oxford to complete a DPhil which was a jointly awarded by mathematics and sociology. I joined Manchester in 2009 having previously worked at East London, Westminster and Greenwich universities. I helped co-found the Mitchell centre for social network analysis which evolved from the existing Manchester Social Networks Group. The centre is named after Clyde Mitchell who was a founding father of the discipline whilst he was a Professor here in Manchester. In addition Clyde was my sociology supervisor for my DPhil at Oxford.
I am a past president of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) and a Simmel award holder (the highest award given by the organization). I was elected an academician of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2004.
I am a co-author of the software package UCINET the worlds most commonly used software for analyzing social network data. I have consulted extensively on the use of networks with government agencies as well as public and private companies