Associated researchers

Alexandre Delanoë

Associated researchers | | Trois des dernières publications [1] A. Delanoë and S. Galam. Modeling controversies in the press: the case of the abnormal bees’ death. ArXiv e-prints, sep 2012. []. [2] A. Delanoë and L. Draetta. La controverse comme facteur d’émergence d’un champ de recherche technique et scientifique : Le cas de la rfid et du risque d’atteinte à la vie privée. […] More about »

Pierre-André Juven

Associated researcher | | Pierre-André Juven olds a PhD in socioeconomics of innovation form the École des Mines de Paris. He conducted his thesis research at the CSI under the supervision of Vololona Rabeharisoa, and had his viva on October 7, 2014. Over the past four years his research activities focused mainly on the completion of this doctoral thesis. […] More about »

Cécile Méadel

Associated researcher | | Cécile Méadel has devoted most of her work to the uses of communication technologies. Originally trained as an historian, she has focused on the genealogy of the media (radio, HDTV, computing) and especially the way in which designers, retailers and users collectively negotiate technological and political options that subsequently become irreversible, at least for some […] More about »

Kevin Mellet

Associated researcher | | Kevin Mellet is an economic sociologist, researcher at the Social Sciences Department of Orange Labs (Sense).   His research is based primarily on economic sociology and science and technology studies and focuses on digital markets, from the standpoint of market intermediaries, businesses and consumers. He is  interested in issues related to online visibility and reputation, […] More about »

Francesca Musiani

Associated researcher | | Francesca Musiani is a researcher at the Institute for Communication Sciences, French National Centre for Scientific Research (ISCC-CNRS) and an associate researcher at the Centre for the Sociology of Innovation of MINES ParisTech-PSL. She is currently a member of the Commission « Rights and Liberties in the Digital Age » established by the French National Assembly in […] More about »

Anne-Sophie Trébuchet-Breitwiller

Associated researcher | | Anne-Sophie Trebuchet-Breitwiller is a professor at the Institut Français de la Mode. Her PhD thesis, defended in 2011, examined the constitution of the quality of luxury products. Drawing on the examples of perfumes (alternative perfumery as mainstream perfumery) and fine wines (famous vineyards as trading houses), it developed an original theory of the precious and […] More about »