Florian Jaton (chercheur FNS) donnera une conférence le 18 mars prochain avec Janet Vertesi (Princeton) pour le groupe de recherche Ethnographic Café.
Janet Vertesi is Associate Professor of Sociology at Princeton. She is an expert in the sociology of science, technology, and organizations. Her past decade of research, funded by the National Science Foundation, examines how distributed robotic spacecraft teams work together effectively to produce scientific and technical results. Vertesi is the author of two books about NASA science teams, and has also produced edited volumes with colleagues on the topic of images and representation in science, and studying digital environments and interactions. She also studies digital technologies and personal data privacy.
Florian Jaton is a sociologist of science, technology and computing, currently senior researcher and lecturer at the STS Lab, Lausanne, Switzerland. He has researched algorithmic finance, personalized medicine, and is the author of The Constitution of Algorithms: Ground-Truthing, Programming, Formulating (MIT Press, 2021), based on four years of ethnographic study of a computer science laboratory that specialized in digital image processing.
Informations détaillées : https://www.ethnographiccafe.org