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Dominique BOULLIER, sociologist

 

E-mail: dominique.boullier@sciences-po.fr

Ph D in sociology, master degree in linguistics, HDR thesis in information and communication sciences

 

  • Scholar in urban anthropology and in social uses of communication technologies (ICT) during the 80's in Rennes (France)
  • Visiting scholar at UC Berkeley in 1985-1986 on anthropology of ICT (at the IURD, Manuel Castells lab, work with J. Gumperz and A Strauss, conferences and research meetings at UC Irvine (Kling), UC San Diego (Cicourel), U Southern California (Rogers), Carnegie Mellon (Kiesler and Sproull), MIT (Turkle, Russell Newmann), etc.
  • CEO of the consulting company Euristic Media (technical communication and interfaces usability) during the 90's
  • Professor at the University of Technology of Compiegne, 1996-2005
  • Director of  the Costech laboratory  EA n° 2223 (Knowledge, Organisation and Technical Systems, 40 researchers) 1998-2005, University of Technology of Compiegne.
  • Head of (and chief designer of) the on-line master Dicit (technical writing and design in industrial documentation) available on Lotus Notes/Learning Space, 1997-2005
  • Special adviser of the CNRS-STIC department director (Human interactions and Cognition) 2001-2004.
  • Professor at the University Rennes 2, Department of Sociology, 2005-2009
  • Professor at Sciences Po Paris, Sociology, 2009-
  • Director of the LAS EA n°2241 (Laboratoire d’Anthropologie et de Sociologie, 110 scholars), Université Rennes 2, 2006-2009
  • Director of LUTIN User Lab CNRS n°2809 Laboratoire des Usages en Technologies d’Information Numériques, 2004-2008
  • Project Leader of LOUSTIC User Lab, Rennes 2007-2008 (open in 2009)
  • Project Leader for the test bed ANR-RIAM Lutin Game Lab, 2007-2008
Current research projects (funded by the French ministry of industry):
  •  Ipinion (sentiment analysis plaform for web content)
  • Solen ( social network for exchange of advices and annotations on books: ethnographic filed research, service research and design, business models proposals)

 

Professor in Sociology at Sciences Po Paris (2009- )

  • Special adviser for the director of Sciences Po Paris on digital strategies (since September 2008)
  • Teaching: master courses on “Digital Stakes”, on "Digital City" (in English), on "sociologies of communication", bachelor level on "Sociology" (in English)
  • Scientific coordinator of the médialab at Sciences Po Paris ( co-direction with Bruno Latour)

  • Former editor in chief of the journal “ Les Cahiers du Numérique ” (éditions Hermès) 2000-2004.
  • Editor in chief of the journal « Cosmopolitiques » (éditions de l’Aube, then Apogée) since January 2002.

 

 

Domains: ICT uses (appropriation, interpretation, manipulation), cognitive anthropology, politics of technical architectures, digital city, community informatics, digital humanities ( digital technologies for Social sciences research), man-machine interfaces (ergonomics and terminology), technical documentation and help systems, anthropology and sociology of innovation, semiotics of digital formats (including game immersion and virtual worlds), media audience research, innovation strategies.
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