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Sociology of Innovation, Emerging technologies, Qualitative research
Associate Professor
Academy: Innovation
Research centre: SKEMA Centre for Sustainability Studies
Location: Paris

I am an Associate Professor at SKEMA Business School and an Honorary Lecturer at The University of Manchester (UK). I obtained my PhD in Science and Technology Studies (STS) in 2014 from the University of Salamanca in Spain, where I did a thesis on the social impacts of technological innovation, with a focus on the case of biofuels. Before joining SKEMA, I worked for a decade in the UK, first at the Centre for Applied Bioethics at the University of Nottingham (2013-2016) and then at the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at the Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester (2016-2022). My research broadly investigates the sociological aspects of science, technology and innovation, including the emergence and practice of responsible innovation. My work has drawn on the analysis of fields such as biotechnology, synthetic biology and, more recently, digital technologies and artificial intelligence. I have also an interest in the intersection between technology, politics and democracies and have done research looking at the cases of public health emergencies related to Zika and Covid in Brazil. My research has been published in top journals in the field of innovation management, medical sociology and STS, such as Research Policy, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Social Science and Medicine and Science as Culture. I currently teach three MSc modules at SKEMA (Research Methods, Responsible Innovation and AI and Society) and one module for PGE L3 (AI, Society and Sustainability).

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