Bence Ságvári is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences and head of the CSS-Recens research group and the Hungarian national coordinator for the European Social Survey (ESS). He received his Ph.D at ELTE University in 2011. In 2014/15, he was visiting professor at Indiana University, Bloomington (USA). He has worked in several computational social science, network analysis and Big Data projects. He also acts as an editor of the journal Intersections. East European Society and Politics.
Tóth, G., Wachs, J., Di Clemente, R., Jakobi, Á., Ságvári, B., Kertész, J., & Lengyel, B. (2019). Inequality is rising where social network segregation interacts with urban topology. arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.11414.
Lengyel, B., Varga, A., Ságvári, B., Jakobi, Á., & Kertész, J. (2015). Geographies of an online social network. PloS one, 10(9), e0137248.
Sagvari, B. (2017). The Computational Turn in Social Sciences. Challenges of the New Empiricism in the Age of Big Data. Intersections, 3(1).
Benczes, R., & Ságvári, B. (2018). Where metaphors really come from: Social factors as contextual influence in Hungarian teenagers’ metaphorical conceptualizations of life. Cognitive Linguistics, 29(1), 121-154.