Focus on

Focus on research projects and researchers involved in the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute.
  • Focus on...Sylvestre Duroudier and the Blablacar project
    on the June 16, 2021
    Sylvestre Duroudier was a postdoctoral researcher at the PACTE Laboratory. During one year, he worked on the Blablacar project. The aim was to study territorial patterns designed by an emerging form of transportation, that is carpooling from the most used Blablacar platform about at 95 % of car sharing offers.
  • Focus on... Antoine Machut and the FlexMediaLives project
    on the May 17, 2021
    Antoine Machut is post-doctorant at the Pacte Laboratory from Université Grenoble Alpes. He worked with the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute in 2018-2019 with the project FlexMediaLives. The aim is to provide new data and new analytical frameworks to understand the adjustments made by individuals throughout their careers in social worlds governed by flexible labor markets, such as those for journalists in the media.
  • Focus on... Claire Wolfarth and the Scoledit project
    on the May 17, 2021
    Claire Wolfarth is a young doctor at the LIDILEM laboratory in Grenoble. Since her master's thesis, she has been interested in the benefits of natural language processing (NLP) for learning to write. She is particularly working on the Scoledit project on pupils' writings. This project has developed over time to become international.
  • Focus on...Bernard Roukhomovsky and Henri de Régnier's notebooks
    on the April 15, 2021
    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.
  • Focus on...Clément Bert-Erboul and the #festival project
    on the April 15, 2021
    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.
  • Focus on... Laura Fancello and proteogenomics
    on the February 15, 2021
    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.
  • Focus on...Jean Finez and the ECO-INTIME project
    on the February 15, 2021
    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.
  • Focus on... Mathias Becuywe, Stéphanie Beltran Gautron and the AI Regulation
    on the January 14, 2021
    Mathias Becuywe and Stéphanie Beltran Gautron were hired in September 2019 by the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute to work on E-evidence, international data transfers and on data protection and the GDPR within the framework of the development of AI. They contributed to the creation of the website.
  • Focus on... Claude Castelluccia and the contact tracing apps
    on the December 14, 2020
    Claude Castelluccia is co-header of our WP5: Data Governance, Data Protection and Privacy. He is a research director in the Inria Privatics team working on privacy protection in the digital world. He has been actively involved in the design of TousAntiCovid, the smartphone application deployed by the government to curb the coronavirus epidemic.
  • Focus on... Brigitte Ferrato-Combe and La Réticence project
    on the December 14, 2020
    Jean-Philippe Toussaint is a French-language Belgian writer, filmmaker and visual artist. He is internationally recognized. He published in Paris by Éditions de Minuit and his work is translated into some thirty languages. He has entrusted the drafts of one of his novels, La Réticence (Minuit, 1991), at the UMR Litt & Arts of the Grenoble Alpes University, so that they could be digitized, transcribed and studied by a team of researchers, engineers and students coordinated by Brigitte Ferrato-Combe.
  • Focus on... Adekunle Ajayi and the variability of oceans
    on the November 15, 2020
    Adekunle Ajayi is a machine learning research engineer at the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute. His research project focuses on applying deep learning techniques to predict the atmospherically-forced component of the ocean. Adekunle has a PhD in Ocean Physics from Université Grenoble Alpes.
  • Focus on... Jean-Marc Francony and MediaSwell
    on the October 15, 2020
    Jean-Marc Francony is a senior lecturer, computer specialist in social sciences. From the 90’s he worked on the human-machine interaction and how to capture data. He created MediaSwell, a platform that explores and captures data and documents from the web and social media. It comes from a long process and an evolution of research needs.
  • Focus on... the transcription of Benoîte Groult's lectures
    on the October 15, 2020
    Elisabeth Greslou from Elan team (Litt&Arts, UGA/CNRS) and Cécile Meynard from CRIPaLL (University of Angers) are working on the preservation and heritage of Benoîte Groult’s lectures. Their work is supported by the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute as part of the Démarre SHS! project (WP3).
  • Focus on... Lucie Albaret and the DATACC project
    on the September 15, 2020
    Lucie Albaret is a research services manager at the University Grenoble Alpes library. She is co-head of WP3 Massive and Rich Data for Humanities. She is involved in the DATACC project, a support system for the management of research data in physics and chemistry.
  • Focus on... Sylvain Hatier and the Cross-disciplinary Scientific Lexicon
    on the July 15, 2020
    Sylvain Hatier was recruited by the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute as a web developer in the framework of the WP3 Massive and Rich Data for Humanities. He is involved in several research projects, especially one on the cross-disciplinary scientific lexicon.
  • Focus on... Samia Ounoughi and the British travellers speeches about the Alps
    on the June 12, 2020
    Samia Ounoughi is a senior lecturer of the Laboratory of Linguistics in the LIDILEM laboratoy. She is working on discourse analysis about the Alps. She is involved in the Labex ITEM and the Démarre SHS ! project.
  • Focus on... Johanna Lepeule and the causal analysis in epigenetic epidemiology
    on the March 13, 2020
    Johanna Lepeule is an epidemiologist at IAB. She is working on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD). She obtained a funding from the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute for her project “causal analysis in epigenetic epidemiology”.
  • Focus on... Magali Richard (TIMC - BCM)
    on the February 6, 2020
    Magali Richard was a Junior Chair in the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute. She is involved in the WP2 Data Science for Life Sciences.
  • Focus on... Raouf Kerkouche and Privacy-Preserving Processing of Medical Data
    on the January 9, 2020
    Raouf Kerkouche is a PhD student at Inria Grenoble center in the Privatics team. He works on “Privacy-Preserving Processing of Medical Data”. His thesis is funded by the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute in the framework of the WP5 “Data Governance, Data Protection and Privacy”.
  • Focus on... The DATASAFE project: Understanding data accidents for traffic safety
    on the December 17, 2019
    The project DATASAFE funded by the Data Institute for two years focused on understanding from real traffic data the behavior of traffic in the moments preceding an accident.
  • Focus on... Guillaume Bottaz-Bosson, Théo Falquès and the treatment compliance in sleep apnea
    on the October 15, 2019
    The HP2 laboratory from UGA and Inserm studies the sleep apnea. Thanks to the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute’s funding, the team get two students in statistics and data science to work on the clustering of patient compliance trajectories and individual prediction of treatment compliance in sleep apnea from large national databases.
  • Focus on... Nagham Badreddine and the procedural memory
    on the September 12, 2019
    Nagham Badreddine is a PhD student at the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience (GIN) and the GIPSA-Lab. She is studying how procedural memory is formed in the brain. She is using a combination of experimental and computational approaches to probe the neural substrates and develop models of neuronal activity associated to memory.
  • Focus on... Sophie Abby and the evolution of enzymes' regio-selectivity
    on the July 15, 2019
    Sophie Abby, a young researcher at TIMC-IMAG, CNRS and Université Grenoble Alpes, is involved in the project “Deciphering the origins of enzymes substrate specificity using large-scale sequence analyses”. This interdisciplinary project received funding from the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute.
  • Focus on... Kevin Polisano and communities on Twitter
    on the June 20, 2019
    Kevin Polisano is a postdoctoral researcher in Grenoble Informatics Laboratory (LIG). He works on the link between the diffusion of information and the structure of communities on Twitter, in the framework of the Data Institute’s work package 4 on “Data Science, Social Media and Social Sciences”.
  • Focus on... TACT platform
    on the May 23, 2019
    In collaboration with the team Literatures and Digital Arts (ELAN, UMR Litt&Arts, UGA), the work package 3 of Grenoble Alpes Data Institute - Démarre SHS! - has developed a contributive transcription platform. TACT allows transcription and modeling of digitized documents. Its official launch will happen on June 4th during the Global Challenges Science Week.
  • Focus on... Sylvain Douté and image analysis of the planet Mars
    on the April 18, 2019
    Sylvain Douté is a researcher in Planetary Science at IPAG (Institute belonging to Grenoble Alpes University and CNRS). He obtained funding from the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute for his project "Massive analysis of multi-angular hyperspectral images of planet Mars by inverse regression of physical models".
  • Focus on... Camille Dubedout and smart territories
    on the March 20, 2019
    Camille Dubedout (CESICE/ANSSI) realizes her PhD about smart territories. Her thesis is co-funded by the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute in the framework of the work package 5 “Data Governance, Data Protection and Privacy”.
  • Focus on… Carlos Gomez and image processing for astrophysical applications
    on the February 20, 2019
    Carlos Alberto Gomez Gonzalez holds a junior research chair at the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute since 2017. He works on data and image processing for astrophysical applications at the Institute of Planetology and Astrophysics of Grenoble (IPAG).
  • Focus on… Maike Sonnewald and ocean models
    on the January 14, 2019
    Maike Sonnewald is a postdoctoral researcher working at MIT EAPS (Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences) and Harvard. She has been greeted by GIPSA-Lab and IGE with the support of Grenoble Alps Data Institute. For two weeks, she has shared her expertise at the interface of oceanography and complex system simulation.
  • Focus on… Laurent Guyon and gene selection
    on the December 17, 2018
    Laurent Guyon is a researcher in bioinformatics at The Biology of Cancer and Infection laboratory (UMR of Grenoble Alpes University, CEA and Inserm). In the framework of Data Institute, he is developing methods to identify genes correlated with cancer patient lifetime.
  • Focus on Redouane Lguensat and Machine Learning for Oceanography
    on the October 15, 2018
    Redouane Lguensat works at the Institute of Environmental Geosciences (IGE) in the MEOM team (UMR of Grenoble Alpes University, IRD, Grenoble INP and CNRS). He is a Postdoc funded by the National Center for Space Studies (CNES) to work on the SWOT mission.
  • Focus on…Marielle Malfante (GIPSA-Lab) and the Vosica project
    on the August 28, 2018
    Marielle Malfante is a PhD student at the GIPSA-Lab laboratory (UMR of Grenoble Alpes University and CNRS). The team she is involved in obtained funding from the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute for the VOSICA project linked to her thesis.
  • Focus on… Gilles Bastin (IEP Grenoble - PACTE)
    on the July 9, 2018
    Gilles Bastin is a Professor of sociology at the School for Political Studies (Univ. Grenoble Alpes). He co-heads the Data Institute’s work package 4 on « Data Science, Social Media and Social Sciences ». The aim of this work package is to analyze social structures in innovative ways using data from social networks and new data science methods. It is typically the kind of interdisciplinary projects that the Data Institute is fostering.
  • Focus on… the diagnostic by computer of brain lesion
    on the May 24, 2018
    From a set of quantitative MRI images, Emmanuel Barbier’s (Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences) and Florence Forbes’ (Inria / Jean Kutzmann Laboratory) teams have succeeded in locating and diagnosing several types of brain tumors completely automatically. This new "machine learning" approach is a contribution to the development of radiology of the future.
  • Focus on… Hassen Fourati (GIPSA-Lab) and the SPACE project
    on the April 9, 2018
    Hassen Fourati is a researcher in automation and robotics at the GIPSA-Lab laboratory (UMR of Grenoble Alpes University and CNRS). He obtained funding from the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute for his SPACE project "NanoSatellite Project: Advanced modeling and Control of AttitudE dynamics for quantum communication".