PhD student in sociology
- Provisional title: The epistemic impact of artificial intelligence in scientific research: diffusion models and transformation of scientific work,
- Supervision: Floriana Gargiulo, Michel Dubois and Paola Tubaro,
- Attached doctoral school: Concepts and Language (ED433),
- Funding: PhD grant within the framework of the Mission for Transversal and Interdisciplinary Initiatives of the CNRS (EpiAI 2021-2024 project).
- Pratik Mullick, Sylvain Fontaine, Cécile Appert-Rolland, Anne-Hélène Olivier, William H. Warren & Julien Pettré (2022). Analysis of emergent patterns in crossing flows of pedestrians reveals an invariant of ‘stripe’ formation in human data. PLOS Computational Biology. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1010210
- Hendrik Schawe, Sylvain Fontaine & Laura Hernández (2021). When network bridges foster consensus. Bounded confidence models in networked societies. Phys. Rev. Research 3, 023208. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevResearch.3.023208
- June 2022 : French Regional Conference on Complex Systems at Île-de-France Complex Systems Insitute:
- “Flash talk” (5min) about “The spreading of artificial intelligence in science: The neuroscience case”,
- 15 minutes talk about “Meso-scale composition & interdisciplinary diffusion of Artificial Intelligence” (with F. Gargiulo et P. Tubaro),
- May 2022: “Flash talk” (4min) at the thematic school Complex Networks: Theory, Methods, and Applications organized by the Lake Como School of Advanced Studies of the Fondazione Alessandro Volta (Como, Italy). Title: “A scientometric study of the diffusion of AI technologies in science: The neuroscience case”,
- March 2022: short talk for the “Sociology of sciences and techniques” lectures in the last year of the master degree of Contemporary Sociology (Research track) at Sorbonne University. Title: “Artificial intelligence, a socio-technical system”.
- January to May 2022: “Applied Social Networks” course in the first year of the master degree of Contemporary Sociology at Sorbonne University (theoretical introduction to social network analysis and tutorials on Gephi and Python + organization of a small talks session with researchers)
- 2020-2021: Last year of the master degree of Contemporary Sociology at Sorbonne University,
- 2017-2020: Bachelor and Master degrees of Fundamental Physics within the “Magistère” track of Paris-Saclay University. Specialty of the master degree: Physics of Complex Systems,
- 2015-2017: University preparatory class “Reinforced Scientific Studies”, University of Nantes.