Professor of Innovation Management at ISC Paris , I live in Paris, France. I am currently interested in the modelling of innovation processes, the role of developers in formal and informal contexts, the modes of diffusion and appropriation of technologies for innovation and the institutional transformation brought by this movement.
In this movement, I advance my research in relationship to the international evolutions of the new technologies and of business, to the different actions of the organisations where I participate, to the trainings I animate and to what I have produced as thought on the governance of contemporary phenomena.
My Ph.D. thesis, undertaken at Mines – ParisTech was about innovation on the Web (written in English, downloaded more than 2600 times through archives-ouvertes.fr and cnrs.fr). There, I conceptualised the role of developers in the emergence of new industries, a process implying their personal transformation along with the transformation of new technologies. Graduate Computer, Electrical and Electronics Engineer of the National Technical University of Athens, I had my Master in Sociology of innovation before enrolling to Ph.D. study.
I am currently participating at the Chair Continuous Improvement 4.0 at Mines-ParisTech. I’ve been visiting scholar at the Center for Organizational Research and Design of the School of Public Affaires at Arizona State University and at the School of Chemical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens.