I am currently Research Director of Origens Medialab, Professor at ESC Clermont Business School on a permanent position (Sept. 2017 -). I've also been a member of the network of experts of Etalab, the open data Prime Minister agency in France, since its inception in 2013. I hold a PhD in Philosophy from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (summa cum laude). My thesis, defended in April 2013, was dedicated to the Philosophy of the Web. Previously, I was president of Adrastia association (2017-2019), between October 2014 and August 2017 I held a research position at Inria (WIMMICS), where I had previously initiated the French DBpedia project between 2011 and 2013 with the Ministry of Culture and Wikimedia France. During the same period, I was the lead architect of the Fondation des Galeries Lafayette for contemporary art (Lafayette Anticipation) forthcoming digital platform (early 2014 - Dec. 2016). I also was visiting Fellow at the Digital Cultures Research Center of Leuphana Universität (Lüneburg) during the 2015 winter semester, senior consultant for UNESCO on controversy mapping and Semantic Web technologies (2014), visiting Fellow at IKKM during the 2013 summer semester (Bauhaus Universität, Weimar), Head of Web Research at Centre Pompidou's Institut de Recherche et d'Innovation (IRI, 2010-2013) and chief librarian and research contractor at Ecole des Chartes (2009, 2007-2008). Between September 2013 and November 2014 I both initiated and coordinated an official collaboration between Inria and the Ministry of Culture as part of the Ministry’s digital policy agenda regarding the future of the Web and the Web of data. I also co-founded the two W3C Community Groups: ''PhiloWeb'' in 2012 and the ''Web We Can Afford'' in 2016. My publications are available on HAL, Academia.edu and ResearchGate.
Member of the sientific committee at Grand Lyon, communauté urbaine
PhD: ''Towards a Philosophy of the Web. The Web as Philosophy becoming artefact (between URIs, tags)'', Philosophy of the Web