2017 team :
Co-founder / Vice-President
Graduated from ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) , Célya Gruson-Daniel has founded HackYourPhD. Her PhD was dedicated to understand the different meanings of Open Science. She has been working for 10 years in research and higher education system as project manager (digital communication, MOOC). She has co-founded in 2018 DRISS to foster interaction between Science & Society with the help of open and data science projects.
Co-founder / Vice-trésorier
Matthieu Le Chanjour
Scientific educator passionate about astronomy and history, Matthieu Le Chanjour is interested in interfaces between science and society such as science education and journalism.
Member Admin Board
UX Designer specialized in the Internet of Things and Next Gen HCI. Romain studied Cognitive Science in Nancy. Currently Vice-President of FRESCO and lead instigator of the CogLab project focuses on Open Science, IA and Digital Art in the biohackerspace La Paillasse. The CogLab has become a partner and works closely with HackYourPhD.
Anthony is an engineer in computer science who works daily with and for Open Source projects. Both past experience in cognitive robotics (PhD and research engineer), and his deep passion for the transmission of knowledge (how), the philosophy of science and technology, have both naturally pushed him in Open Science.
Past contributors :
Treasurer from 2016 to 2018
Master in fundamental physics at Université Paris-Sud and passionate about analytic metaphysics, Peter-Mikhaël Richard strongly supports the current revolution towards free and collaborative society. He is currently working on an alternative funding source for grad students and on various hackerspace-driven projects.
Finishing her 2nd year of Master in Cognitive Science at the ENS and Paris-Descartes University, Clara Moreau is passionated by the infinite and complex world of neuroscience, while questioning the issues of Open Science and Exploitation of Research. Clara is also part of the associations Cognivence & INNOVENS.
PhD student in organizational theory.
After some consulting, Eric is now preparing a thesis about the Open Science and the Open Source.
Stephanie did a PhD in Physics. She works now as a project manager to facilitate Science and Society interaction. She is interested in the evolution of Science practices with Open Science.
Researcher, grad student or simply curious about current changes in research and new interactions, you are welcome!
Don’t hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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