Category: Researchers

Morgan Meyer

Morgan Meyer s’intéresse à la production de connaissances et de techniques en dehors, ou aux frontières, des institutions scientifiques. Ses recherches se concentrent sur trois thématiques : 1) participation et co−production de connaissances (histoire naturelle, biologie do-it-yourself, agriculture open source),…

Didier Torny

Didier Torny’s research works are at the crossroads of the sociology of mobilization, the sociology of law, public policies studies and science and technology studies. On risk and health issues,  his work has underlined the role of alarm raisers in…

Jérôme Denis

Jérôme Denis’ work takes place at the articulation of Science and Technology Studies, Anthropology of Writing and Working Place Studies. His research foregrounds the practical and political dimensions of information infrastructures, which take a crucial part, even though mostly invisible, in…

Vololona Rabeharisoa

Vololona Rabeharisoa is interested in the increasing involvement of civil society organizations in scientific and technical activities. She studies the transformative effects of this involvement on the modes of production and dissemination of knowledge, and on the forms of collective…

David Pontille

David Pontille’s research works are at the crossroad of science and technology studies, workplace studies and anthropology of writing. His first research about scientific authorship aimed at a twofold objective: to specify the formal and informal criteria for name ordering of scientific articles,…

Liliana Doganova

Liliana Doganova’s research lies at the intersection of economic sociology and STS (Science and Technology Studies), and explores market construction processes and valuation devices.   Her work can be divided into three main themes: the valorization of public research; markets,…

Antoine Hennion

Antoine Hennion entered the CSI in 1974 as a student trainee, after a master done on the record industry at the École des Mines. Having a PhD in sociology at the École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (1991), and…

Brice Laurent

Brice Laurent’s work focuses on the relationships between the making of science and the construction of democratic order. Using an approach based on Science and Technology Studies, his work analyzes the devices that connect research programs, the making of technical…

Alexandre Mallard

Alexandre Mallard a réalisé ses premières recherches en sociologie des sciences et des techniques. Après sa thèse portant sur la coordination de l’action par les instruments, il a passé une année post-doctorale à l’institut Max Planck d’Histoire des Sciences de…

Fabian Muniesa

Fabian Muniesa is a senior researcher (professor) at Mines ParisTech (the Ecole des Mines de Paris). Originally trained as a sociologist, he has developped expertise in fields such as science and technology studies, economic sociology, economic anthropology and organization studies.…