On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the URFIST Network, we were invited to present the NETCONF project, which is one of the 6 projects selected and funded in the wave of calls for projects launched in 2018 by the Scientific and Technological Information (STI) network. The day was held at the École des […]
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Research Day ‘Scientific Conferences and
The research day Scientific Conferences and Scholarly Networks organized on December 8, 2021 at the Campus Condorcet was held in the amphitheater of the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (MSH Paris Nord). A part of the audience followed the day remotely. This event was funded by the GIS Réseau URFIST (NETCONF project) and the Transversalité […]
NETCONF presentation at the research lab...
On the occasion of the LISIS laboratory seminar, we have been invited to present the ongoing research carried out within the NETCONF project. Aïssa Toumi, intern on the project from April to September 2021, participated in the preparation of this presentation. The format (1 hour presentation and 1 hour of questions) allowed for a comprehensive […]
Intervention at the ENSAE School on the ...
On March 31, 2021, a session of Paola Tubaro and Floriana Gargiulo’s Social Network Analysis (SNA) course at the ENSAE School was open to three external interventions aimed at showing applications to recent research of network analysis methods. The session included: – A presentation by Gianluca Manzo, Research Fellow in Analytical Sociology at GEMASS about […]
NETCONF presentation, SUNBELT 2020 speci...
Our first public presentation of the NETCONF project results was given on the occasion of the special session on the analysis of multimode and affiliation networks (actor-event networks) organised in cooperation with Zachary Neal, Bruce Sagan, Rachel Domagalski (Michigan State University, East Lansing), Giancarlo Ragozini (University of Naples Federico II, Naples), Maria Prosperina Vitale, and […]
Geography of the World Scientific Produc...
This presentation was made on November 27, 2019 on the occasion of the Day of CNRS laboratories and offices abroad. It reviews the main results of our research on the global geography of scientific activities and then presents NETSCITY, a new web application under development to map scientific production and collaborations between cities.
Kick-off meeting of the NETCONF project,...
The kick-off meeting of the NETCONF project – Scientific Networks and Congresses “Understanding the effect of congresses on the dynamics of scientific networks” was held on 22 November 2019 in Paris at the Institut de Géographie de la Sorbonne. The meeting brought together Bastien Bernela, project co-leader (MCF at the University of Poitiers), Thibaud Boncourt […]
Geographical representations of scholarl...
This presentation looks back at the lessons learned from an experience of interdisciplinary work between geo-history of science, cartography and network analysis. This experience led to the publication in 2015 in the journal Histoire et Informatique of an article entitled “LES MONDES SAVANTS ET LEUR VISUALISATION, DE L’ANTIQUITÉ À AUJOURD’HUI” (Andurand et al., 2015). It […]
“The Spatial Dynamics of Science”, 23 no
A workshop was organised in the Complex Systems Institute of Lyon on the 23th of november. All the presentations were related to scientometrics and we were invited to give a talk on our spatial approach of scientific activities. 10h – Sébastian Grauwin (IXXI, Lyon) : Brief review of current approaches & work in progress 11h […]
« Understanding the dynamics of science
A workshop will be organized by the Complex Systems Institute (IXXI) of Lyon on the 23 of november (2017). It is an interdisciplinary workshop on the dynamics of science. Abstract: The availability of social data drives many scientists from the formal sciences (computer science, physics…) into the quantitative analysis of social systems. One early example […]