Résultats des financements antérieurs /Post-doctorants


Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2022 aux jeunes chercheur.e.s suivants :


Laboratoire: CAK / CEMS

Projet: Planting trees in the Plantationocene. Inquiry into corporate compensation projects in a post-colonial world


Laboratoire: LISIS

Projet: Law as code. Metamorphoses of the legal mode of existence of the State


Laboratoire: CERMES3

Projet: Living and healing naturally: the perceptions and uses of science in the naturist milieu during the second half of the 20th century

Jeanne OUI

Laboratoire: IRISSO

Projet: Standardizing and diversifying global industries. Digital technologies and wheat logistics infrastructures

Sébastien SHULTZ

Laboratoire: COSTECH

Projet: Public-Digital Commons partnerships for sustainability transition. Towards a new socio-technical regime of public services coproduction



Six bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2021 :

Renata Freitas Machado 

Laboratoire: PALOC

Projet: The mangrove: Multi-species Relationships Etnography (Matarandiba – Bahia)

Ian Gray 

Laboratoire: CAK

Projet: Climate-Proofing the Economy: How Central Bankers Incorporate Knowledge about Environmental Risks into the Financial System

Yves-Marie Rault Chodankar 

Laboratoire: CEPED

Projet: Similar old story? Genericizing biopharmaceuticals in technoscientific capitalism: the regulation and production of biosimilars

Martin Robert 

Laboratoire: CERMES3

Projet: How are Doctors Made ? Reassessing the Global Advent of the Medical Profession through the History of Empires

Alexandre Violle

Laboratoire: CEMS

Projet: Climatizing finance or financializing climate? The material politics of climate stress test in Europe

Monish Singh Khétrimayum 

Laboratoire: LISIS

Projet: Digital identity and the social lives of data: Mapping data politics, practices and debates in India



Quatre bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2020 :

Constantin Brissaud

Laboratoire: IRISSO
Projet: The social indicators movement at the OECD :  The rise and demise of a transnational regime of knowledge production on societies (1971-2018)

Laurène Le Cozanet

Laboratoire: CEMS
Projet: Please, draw me an interconnection! Governing (personal) data to ensure sovereignty in Europe 

Jessica Pourraz

Laboratoire: CEPED
Projet: Objectifying and governing helth effects of air pollution through standarts and technologies in unbreathable India

Tonya Tartour

Laboratoire: CERMES3
Projet: An innovation with delayed effects? The organizational effects of a therapeutic innovation: long acting injectable antipsychotic in the care of psychosis



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2019 :

Quentin Deforge

Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Projet :  Governing governments. The rise of “quality of institutions” indicators in transnational anticorruption and development policies.

Koïchi Kameda

Laboratoire : CEPED
Projet : Innovation in the land of mosquitoes: reframing the South and North division in the development of diagnostics and vaccines for mosquito-borne diseases

Fabrizio Li Vigni 

Laboratoire : LISIS
Projet : Can civic tech help democracy to be democratized?

Clément Marquet

Laboratoire : COSTECH
Projet : Governing the Clouds, Attracting Data Centers. Sovereignty and Ecology in the Making of Data Territories

James Christopher Mizes 

Laboratoire : IRISSO
Projet :Continental Planning: Pan-Africanism and the Infrastructures of High Finance



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2018 :

Lorenzo Alunni
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Projet : “ Healthcare at the Border. Managing Camps and Informal Settlements for Refugees and Migrants in Europe. ”

Leny Patinaux
Laboratoire : LATTS
Projet : “ Optimization and Robustness: Two Antagonist Requirements for Industrial Practice? A Case Study on Modeling for Energy Supply ”

Céline Pessis
Laboratoire : LISIS
Projet : “ « Soil, Grass, Cancer ». Epistemic communities, health controversies, and practices in organic farming in post WW2 France ”

Benjamin Raimbault
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Projet : “ “Give me a factory and I will maintain the world”: A contemporary analysis of innovation in biotech from an industrial perspective: knowledge, technology, production, capital ”

Alexis Zimmer
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Projet : “ Tracking and Collecting Intestinal Flora. How microbes redefine bodies, health and their relations with environments. ”


Sept bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2017 :

Marine Al Dahdah
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Projet : “ « Health by other means »: The digitalisation of welfare states, care practices and patients in the Global South. ”

Tiziana Beltrame
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Projet : “ Temporalities at work. Innovation and Care in Cultural Heritage Conservation ”

Sylvain Brunier
Laboratoire : LISIS
Projet : “ Governing agriculture from the sky. How remote sensing reshaped the Common Agricultural Policy since 1992 ”

Baptiste Kotras
Laboratoire : LISIS
Projet : “ Data, All Data, Nothing but Data. Taming Consumer Digital Traces and Building New Regimes of Market Quantification ”

Germain Meulemans
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Projet : “ Urban pedogeneses: the emergence of soil construction as mode of research, reclaiming practice, and commodification. ”

Adeline Néron
Laboratoire : CEPED
Projet : “ United Colours of Bioethics. Strategies and Circulations in the Implementation of Bioethics in Sub-Saharan Africa ”

Cecilia Rikap
Laboratoire : CEPED
Projet : “ Opening the black box of polarization processes in the global south: the cases of the University of Buenos Aires and the National University of Singapore. ”



Six bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2016 :

Guillaume Blanc
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Global Green Governmentality: understanding, assessing and directing Nature and citizens in Modern Ethiopia ”

Gemma Cirac Claveras
Laboratoire : LATTS
Thème : “ Sentinels of planet Earth. On the production, diffusion and utilisation of Earth observation satellite data, knowledge and information. ”

Lucie Dalibert
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Bodies with Technologies in Health and Place: Exploring How Monitoring Technologies Affect Healthy Embodiment ”

Olivia Fiorilli
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ The (bio)politics of trans health : negotiating innovation in trans biomedicine and healthcare (France and Italy) ”

Helena Prado
Laboratoire : CEPED
Thème : “ The tip of the iceberg. Zika epidemic and microcephaly risk: Global health emergency VS biopolitics and social inequalities regarding perinatal care in Brazil ”

Luis Felipe Rosado Murillo
Laboratoire : LISE
Thème : “ Designing “Open Science Hardware”: from community spaces to open laboratories ”



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2015 :

Henri Boullier
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Trading Rats for Maths. How Regulatory Science Tackles Toxic Ignorance with Alternative Methods and Economic Analysis ”

Pierre-André Juven
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ The Cost of Disease. Controversies in Counting for Governing Cancer in France and the United Kingdom ”

Nils Kessel
Laboratoire : LISIS
Thème : “ Quantifying The Use of Pharmaceuticals in Europe, 1964-1984. Risk Management, Health Insurance and Budget Reduction ”

Baptiste Monsaingeon
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ “Waste matters”: synthetic polymers as disposable materials. A biography of high-density polyethylene bag. ”

Simeng Wang
Laboratoire : CEPED
Thème : “ Chinese migrants and their medicine in France (1976-2015) Circulation of knowledge as a source of innovation in a globalizad world ”



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2014 :

Sara Angeli Aguiton
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Disaster insurance and the political economy of climate change ”

Nicolas Baya-Laffite
Laboratoire : INRA SenS
Thème : “ Innovation in future-making for adaptation policy and practice across the global, national, and local scales. Framings, technoscience, institutions and policy instruments in an emerging field of governance ”

Roberto Cantoni
Laboratoire : LATTS
Thème : “ The material politics of the shale gas revolution: geopolitical and social repercussions on Europe’s environmental transition ”

Jérôme Greffion
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Regulations for the Pharmaceutical Market: Medical Expertise and Managerial Expertise in Drug-pricing Negotiations ”

Anthony Stavrianakis
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Norms, forms & configurations for assisted dying: Switzerland, 1975-today ”



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2013 :

Scarlett Salman
Laboratoire : LATTS
Thème : “ « New risks » in occupational health ? Thinking about « psychosocial risks » as a multifaceted sociotechnical innovation ”

Tatiana Kasperski
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Governance of Technological Risk in Post-Soviet Space : Forms of Public Participation in and Exclusion from Nuclear Technology Policy-making in Russia and Ukraine, 1986-2014 ”

Sébastien Broca
Laboratoire : CEPN
Thème : “ The commons : between a social movement and concrete utopia ”

Laura Silva Castaneda
Laboratoire : INRA SenS
Thème : “ Redistributing roles in global governance : the voluntary guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests ”

Lydie Cabane
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Inventing « Global Health » Science, knowledge and the global government of health ”



Quatre bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2012 :

Quentin Ravelli
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ Resistant bacteria: The emergence of a global knowledge regime ”

Sarah Benabou
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Banking Nature? Science and Politics of Biodiversity Offsets ”

Stefan Aykut
Laboratoire : LATTS
Thème : “ Opening up and closing down energy futures: energy scenarios between pathdependency and the sustainability challenge in France, Germany and the US ”

Matthieu Quet
Laboratoire : IRD
Thème : “ Controversies on counterfeiting and health in the global public space Anti-counterfeiting laws, access to drugs and transnational activism in India and Kenya ”



Cinq bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2011 :

Claire Beaudevin
Laboratoire : CERMES3
Thème : “ New Genetics in Arabia : Public Health, Genomics & Genetic Medicine (Oman, United Arab Emirates) ”

Eric Deibel
Laboratoire : CEPN
Thème : “ Open source in the life sciences ”

Benjamin Lemoine
Laboratoire : CSO
Thème : “ Rating the State : Sovereign debt rating agencies amidst financial crisis ”

Johan Söderberg
Laboratoire : LATTS
Thème : “ A comparison between two cases of regulation of ”irresponsible” innovation: filesharing and legal highs ”

Mieke van Hemert
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Politics of scale and politics of ignorance in geo-engineering and its governance ”



Trois bourses post-doctorales ont été allouées en 2010 :

David Demortain
Laboratoire : INRA SenS
Thème : “ The standard governance of risk? Understanding the cross-domain migration of risk analysis ”

Sarah Fernandez
Laboratoire : Centre Alexandre Koyré (CAK)
Thème : “ Mutual political construction of water scarcity and climate change, a study of indicators as mediators of power relations and governing instrument ”

Allison Loconto
Laboratoire : INRA SenS
Thème : “ Roundtables of Roundtables: Examining the construction of a sustainability landscape through the harmonization of social and environmental standards ”