Visiting researchers

Every year, the CSO hosts researchers and doctoral students from international universities for a few weeks or several months. These stays enable collaborations on joint publications, research projects, and participation in seminars.

2020

Kayla B. Schulte, PhD student invited under the Oxford-Sciences Po Research Group programme (OxPo) for one academic year (2020/2021).

Kayla B. Schulte conducts her research in the Department of Sociology at Oxford University. Her thesis is entitled: “Who Cares About the Air? Socio-Economic and Demographic Divides in Air Quality Information Acquisition" under the supervision of Professor Melinda Mills and Dr. Ridhi Kashyap. She is hosted by Renaud Crespin.
See her blog

Anna-Lena Rose, visiting student from the University of TU Dortmund in September and October 2020.

Anna-Lena Rose has been a research assistant at the chair of university didactics and university research since February 2016. She is conducting her PhD research at the Faculty of Economics at TU Dortmund University on the topic "The emergence of interdisciplinary structures in academic projects - A case study of inclusive teacher training at a German university". She is hosted by Christine Musselin. See her page

Ian Gray, visiting doctoral student from the University of California - Los Angeles from February to July 2020.

His research focuses largely on how environmental problems become economic problems and how scientific knowledge about environmental change is understood, redirected and made "useable" by business and economic actors. He is hosted at the CSO by Olivier Borraz among others. See his page on the UCLA website

Thomas David, visiting professor from the University of Lausanne from February to June 2020

Thomas David is Professor at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lausanne. He is hosted by Claire Lemercier. See his CV.

2019

Ruben Peeters (University of Utrecht) doctoral student invited to the CSO from September to November 2019.

Ruben Peeters is preparing a thesis in economic history on SME financing in the Netherlands: "Small and medium size enterprise funding in the Netherlands, end of the nineteenth century to 1980". His work crosses the sociology of markets, public action and financial inclusion. He is hosted by Claire Lemercier. See Ruben Peeters' page on the University of Utrecht’s website

Anne Sauviat (University of Cambridge), doctoral student invited to the CSO from September to November 2019.

Hosted by CamPo (the partnership between Sciences Po and Cambridge), Anne Sauviat is preparing a sociology thesis entitled "Exploring the political economy of diagnostic innovation: The case of cancer screening regulatory governance in France". She is hosted by Patrick Castel. See Anne Sauviat's page on the University of Cambridge’s website

Per Magnus Mæhle (University of Oslo), visiting researcher at the CSO from September to December 2019.

Per Magnus Mæhle holds a PhD in sociology and is a researcher and General Secretary of the Cancer Centre at Oslo University Hospital and also a member of the management group of the Division of Cancer Medicine. He is hosted by Patrick Castel. See Per Magnus Mæhle's CV (PDF, 202Ko)

Eric Quintane, visiting professor from the University of los Andes (Colombia) is staying at the CSO for the month of May.

Eric Quintane is a professor at the University of los Andes in Bogota (Colombia). His work focuses on social networks, organisational design and knowledge management. He seeks to examine the temporal context of social processes (such as brokering, closure, cohesion) by modelling social interactions within teams and organisations. He is hosted at the CSO by Emmanuel Lazega.

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