François Lachapelle

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Statut: 
Post-doctorant
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Post-doctorant
Nom: 
LACHAPELLE
Prénom: 
François
François Lachapelle
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François Lachapelle
Affiliations: 
Centre de sociologie des organisations
Emails: 
francois.lachapelle@sciencespo.fr

RESEARCH

september 2020 - august 2023

Post-doctorant on the project UNIFIED " From local diversity to transnational institutionalization: the emergence of the european unified patent court" with Emmanuel Lazega

EDUCATION

2021
Ph.D., University of British Columbia, Dept. of Sociology, BC, Canada

Dissertation [in progress]: Scientific Knowledge Production and Academic Labor Under
Pressure: COVID-19, Preprint Servers, and Gendered Work

Case 1: Don’t Publish, Don’t Perish: The Curious Epistemic World of
Academic Economists

Case 2: The Preprinting of a Pandemic: Measuring Rates of Publication

Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth Hirsh
Committee: Dr. David Tindall, Dr. John McLevey, and Dr. Rima Wilkes

2011-2014
M.A., University of British Columbia, Dept. of Sociology, BC, Canada

Thesis: From Nameless Marxist to Public Sociology: The Intellectual Fate of Shen Yuan in
Post-Mao China
Committee: Dr. Timotyh Cheek, Dr. Amy Hanser, Dr. Neil Gross

2005-2008
B.A., Université de Montréal, History and East Asian Studies (Honor), Montreal, Canada

2001-2004
B.Eng., Université de Sherbrooke, Electrical/Software Engr. (68 credits /32 courses completed)

1998-2000
D.E.C., Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, Applied and Pure Science (CÉGEP), Montreal, Canada, University of British Columbia, Dept. of Sociology, BC, Canada

Dissertation [in progress]: Scientific Knowledge Production and Academic Labor Under
Pressure: COVID-19, Preprint Servers, and Gendered Work

Case 1: Don’t Publish, Don’t Perish: The Curious Epistemic World of
Academic Economists

Case 2: The Preprinting of a Pandemic: Measuring Rates of Publication

Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth Hirsh
Committee: Dr. David Tindall, Dr. John McLevey, and Dr. Rima Wilkes

2011-2014
M.A., University of British Columbia, Dept. of Sociology, BC, Canada
Thesis: From Nameless Marxist to Public Sociology: The Intellectual Fate of Shen Yuan in
Post-Mao China

Committee: Dr. Timotyh Cheek, Dr. Amy Hanser, Dr. Neil Gross

2005-2008
B.A., Université de Montréal, History and East Asian Studies (Honor), Montreal, Canada

2001-2004
B.Eng., Université de Sherbrooke, Electrical/Software Engr. (68 credits /32 courses completed)

1998-2000
D.E.C., Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, Applied and Pure Science (CÉGEP), Montreal, Canada

METHODOLOGICAL PROFICIENCY

• Data Science: information retrieval, AI/ML, NLP
• Social Network Analysis: Gephi, UCINET, Netdraw, Pajek, SIENA, ERGM (R statnet)
• Quantitative Analysis: Python, R, Stata, SPSS, Excel
• Qualitative Analysis: Nvivo
• Archival and Historical Methods
• Database MGMT: SQL, PostgreSQL

RESEARCH INTEREST

• Sociology of knowledge and science | social sciences
• SNA & Relational Sociology
• High-status labor market and work
• Sociology of intellectual life
• Digital sociology | Big data | Information processing | Record-Linkage
• Post-Mao intellectual history
• Science, Technology and Society (STS)

TEACHING & TUTORIAL EXPERIENCES

Instructor. SOCIO410: Covid 19 & Society. Section on Science, Knowledge, & Technology, UBC, summer 2020.

Introduction to Python Tutorial I & II in Dr. Oral Robinson’s Research Methods, UBC, Nov. 2019.

  • First Python Tutorial organized by a graduate student for undergrad soci students in sociology dept. (UBC).

Introduction to SPSS & Statistics [4 tutorials] in Dr. Sylvia Bartolic’s Survey Research Methods, UBC, Oct.
2018.

PROFESSIONAL HONORS, AWARDS, & FELLOWSHIPS

Graduate Work [Doctoral Level]:

 UBC Sociology Dissertation Writing Scholarship ($6, 000), 2019/2020.
 Patricia Marchak International Research Scholarship in Sociology ($880), 2019/2021.
 UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award ($2, 497), 2019.
 Kurt and Anne Paulus Memorial Scholarship in Sociology ($500), 2019.
 Best Student Paper Award, Canadian Sociological Association ($250), 2017.
 UBC Public Scholar Initiative ($8,000), 2016-2017.
o Support doctoral students whose dissertation push the boundaries of traditional scholarship.
 UBC Four Year Doctoral Fellowship, 2014-2018.

Graduate Work [Master’s Level]:

 AMS Impact Grant, UBC ($3,000), 2014.
 FQRSC (Quebec Research Funds for Society and Culture) Bourse de Maîtrise en Recherche B1
($15,000), 2012-2013.
 UBC Institute of Asian Research Student Fellowship, First Cohort, ($1,500), 2013.
 SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Fellowships Program Master’s Fellowship
($17,000), 2011-2012.
 UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award ($3,500), 2012.
 SSHRC Micheal-Smith Foreign Study Supplements ($6,000), 2012.
 UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award ($10,000), 2011.

Chinese Language:

 Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program Fellowship ($18,000), 2009-2010.
 TECO (Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office) in Canada Ministry of Education Huayu Enrichment
 Fellowship Funding Offer ($15,000), 2009-2010 & 2015-2016. [Declined twice]
 Quebec-China Fellowship ($18,000), 2008-2009.
 Quebec Government Mobility Fellowship ($5,000), 2006.
 East Canadian Oral Debate In Chinese Competition, McGill - Second Place, 2006.

Undergraduate Studies:

 PIE-FAEUM ($800), 2007.
 Prix Forces UdM – Catégorie Science et Technology ($1,800), 2007.
o Won for the organization of two video-conferences series.
 Dean’s List for Outstanding Academic Records, UdM, 2006-2008.

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