Jean-Philippe Cointet is achieving a PhD at CREA (Centre of Research in Applied Epistemology), CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, and TSV (Social and Political Transformations related to Life Sciences and Life Forms), INRA in Paris with Pr. P. Bourgine and P.B. Joly. His research interests include the co-evolution of semantics and topology in social networks.
1 rue Descartes
Camille Roth holds a PhD in social science (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 2005), with a background in general engineering ("ingénieur des Ponts", Paris, 2002) and cognitive science (MSc EHESS, Paris, 2002). He is presently research fellow at the Department of Social & Cognitive Science of the University of Modena, Italy, as well as long-term invited fellow at the European Center for Living Technology in Venice. He has done extensive work on epistemic networks, dealing with knowledge network morphogenesis and diffusion processes. His present research interests also include social cognition, dynamic social networks, complex systems modeling, graph theory, applied epistemology and cultural co-evolution.
Via Allegri 9
I-42100 Reggio Emilia
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