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  • Clément Bert-Erboul was a post-doctoral researcher at the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute in 2018-2019. He is specialized in online community studies and practices web scraping to collect online data for social science research. He was mainly working with Gilles Bastin on analyzing journalist careers on LinkedIn, and with Jean Finez and the ECO-INTIME team. He was also working on the #festival project to map the professional logic of online music criticism in France.
  • Bernard Roukhomovsky, researcher in literature, coordinates the ENCHRE project on the digital edition of Henri de Régnier's notebooks. It is developed within the framework of the UMR Litt&Arts with the ELAN team. It is supported by the CAHIER consortium (TGIR Huma-Num), Démarre SHS! and the Société des lecteurs d'Henri de Régnier (SLHDR). A partnership with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BnF) and the Bibliothèque de l'Institut de France is also at the heart of this large-scale project.
  • Our activity report 2017-2020
    on the March 31, 2021
    The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute has just published its report 2017-2020.
  • Jean Finez is assistant professor in sociology and is interested in the functioning of digital markets. He has been member of the Pacte lab for 3 years. He is currently working with Pierre Brasseur, Jean-Marc Francony and Jingyue Xing on research devoted to the platform economy for the broadcasting of live pornographic shows.
  • Laura Fancello is a bioinformatician working at the “Exploring the Dynamics of Proteomes” (Edyp) team (Univ. Grenobles Alpes, CEA, Inserm, IRIG-BGE). In 2019, she obtained a Junior Chair from the Data Institute and she is investigating the use of transcriptome information to enhance protein identification in proteomics.
  • This Study by Prof. Théodore Christakis discusses extensively the concept of "European Digital Sovereignty". It presents the opportunities opened by the concept but also the risks and pitfalls. It provides a panorama of the major debates and developments related to digital/cyber issues in Europe.

 


Grenoble Alpes Data Institute

An interdisciplinary research Institute on how data change science and society

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute aims to undertake groundbreaking interdisciplinary research focusing on how data change science and society.

It combines three fields of data-related research in a unique way: data science applied to spatial and environmental sciences, biology, and health sciences; data-driven research as a major tool in Social Sciences and Humanities; and studies about data governance, security and the protection of data and privacy.
 
Data-driven innovation is a key pillar of 21st-century growth and will significantly enhance scientific progress, economic competitiveness and social well-being.

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute is created in a timely manner in order to undertake promising data-related research on strategic fields including climate change, space, health, the protection of freedom and security of European citizens, and the promotion of innovative societies.