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Researchers

Camille Roth
Faculty, CNRS
Camille is tenured full research scientist at CNRS in computer science after having been Associate Professor in sociology at Sciences Po Paris. His research program focuses on the description and modeling of socio-semantic systems, in particular the digital public space and scientific communities, using Social Network Analysis and Natural Language Processing. He founded the team in 2012.
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Laurent Romary
Faculty, INRIA
Senior researcher at Inria in the ALMAnaCH team, Laurent carries out research on the modeling of semi-structured documents, with a specific emphasis on texts and linguistic resources, where he also leads or takes part in major standardisation activities at ISO or the Text Encoding Initiative.
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Telmo Menezes
Post-doc, Centre Marc Bloch
Telmo is specialized in Artificial Intelligence and its applications to the Social Sciences. He is broadly interested in the interplay between human and artificial intelligence in the digital public space. His research is currently focused on representations of knowledge for claim and belief propagation analysis.
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Antoine Mazières
Post-doc, Centre Marc Bloch
Antoine is a post-doctoral researcher in the computational social science team of Centre Marc Bloch. He has a mixed background of social sciences, computer science and statistics. His most recent published works were on history of artificial intelligence and the use of machine learning in discrimination studies.
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Sébastien Lerique
Post-doc, IXXI
With a strong mathematical background and further training in cognitive science and sociology, Sébastien studies the way pieces of information and representations are transformed as people interpret them and publish them anew in online spaces, in particular blogs.
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Students

Mohamed Khemakhem
INRIA & Paris Diderot
Mohamed is a PhD candidate at Paris 7 University and Inria-ALMAnaCH lab, DIN expert of the ISO TC 37/SC 4 "Language resource management" committee and co-project leader of ISO 24613-4. His research work covers interdisciplinary fields, from Computational Linguistics to Digital Humanities, where it is currently focused on building standardised lexical models for automatic structuring of digitised documents, mainly retro-digitised dictionaries.
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Jérémie Poiroux
Algodiv
PhD. student in sociology at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris) and at the Centre Marc Bloch (Berlin) under the supervision of Francis Chateauraynaud and Camille Roth, I study the design and impact of algorithms in the organisations.
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Kexin Ren
Master student, ENS Paris
Research master student who loves playing with various data! Studying in Cognitive Science (Modeling) at ENS Paris now, she is experienced in Machine Learning, Data Science, and Natural Language Processing. She has been a research assistant in University of Alberta dealing with massive air traffic data. After finishing the internship in Centre Marc Bloch, she hopes to start her career in Data Science and NLP areas.
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Santino Nanini
Master Student, CRI - Université de Paris
Master's student at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI - University of Paris) with a background in biology, Santino reoriented himself towards computer science during his training. He is passionate about the many applications that IT offers, whether in biotechnology or to study social phenomena with a quantitative approach.
Katharina Tittel
Master student, Sciences Po
Katharina interns at the CMB and is a master student at Sciences Po Paris, with a concentration in Europe and Methods. She is broadly interested in using socio-semantic network analysis to better understand opinion formation and the structure and dynamics of (online) communities, especially in a political context. Her research project at CMB studies the possible existence of a pan-European digital public space on Twitter during the European elections.
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