About

I live in Paris and I am professor at ISC Paris. I am interested in the modelling of innovation processes, the digital transformation and the role of developers, the possible modes of scientific and technological development, as well as the business and institutional changes brought by this movement.

In this direction, I advance my research in relationship to the contemporary technological dynamics, the action of the organisations I participate in, the trainings I animate.

My Ph.D. thesis, undertaken at  Mines – ParisTech was about innovation on the Web (available at archives-ouvertes.fr and cnrs.fr, written in English and downloaded over 2600 times). There, I conceptualised the role of developers in the emergence of new industries. 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 Affairs at Arizona State University and at the School of Chemical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens. I’ve served as Vice-President of the Hellenic Organisation of Intellectual Property. Beyond my courses at ISC Paris, I’ve also taught at Mines-ParisTech and the School of Fine Arts of Athens.

I am currently visiting scholar at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens.