Milan Janosov

PhD in Network Science, Central European University
  • Central European University
  • Hungary

About Milan Janosov

With a background in physics and biophysics, I earned my PhD in network and data science in 2020. I studied and researched at the Eötvös Loránd University and the Central European University in Budapest, at the Barabási Lab in Boston, and the Bell Labs in Cambridge. Forbes 30u30. NFT sales contributions on SuperRare and Foundation. Alumni at Eötvös Collegium.

I am currently the chief data scientist of Datapolis, a research affiliate at the Central European University, a senior data scientist at Maven7, and a data science expert of the European Commission.

I was awarded the Scholarship of the Republic of Hungary three times, won multiple prizes at science competitions, presented my work in peer-reviewed journals and conferences from Nature's Scientific Reports to MIT. 

My work has been featured in Nature Social Science Research, GQ, Times Higher Education, New Scientist, New York Times, TechXplore, The Economic Times, Futurism, Phys.org, Nightigale, and more.

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