The conference “Big Data for Media Analysis” takes place the 16-17 December 2013 in Paris. This conference, closing the OT-Media project, aims to realize an exchange of experiences on criteria of analysis and methodological stances, as well as on the evaluation procedures for these platforms. Continue reading Presentation of Geomedia at “Big Data for Media Analysis” conference
4th December 2012. EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (Just before Soc-info 2012). JITSO 2012 gathers the most significant international researchers that try to understand social phenomena as they unfold, mining their digital traces. JITSO 2012 has been organized through an experimental open and public reviewing process, using WordPress as a central platform for publishing and reviewer articles and for designing the structure of the workshop itself. Continue reading Just-in-time identification of international media events at the JITSO Conference
Wukan est un petit village dans le Sud de la Chine, très proche de Hong Kong. Les médias du monde entier ne se sont jamais intéressés à ce village avant le 23 Septembre 2011. A cette date, le South China Morning Post, le Financial Times et le Morning Star ont publié la nouvelle que les villageois s’étaient révoltés suite à l’installation sur leurs terres ancestrales de projets commerciaux dont les dividendes bénéficient essentiellement aux officiels locaux. Continue reading Le conflit de Wukan vu par les médias internationaux
In the last few years, the debate about renewable energy, particularly solar energy, has overflowed the terrains of engineers and scientists to involve wider publics, such as politicians et enterprises, mostly attracted by the increasing funds allocated to such sector, and citizens, facing the menace of climate change. Continue reading Media representations of the Solar Mediterranean Plan: a techno-political controversy
Paper presented (M. Severo, T. Giraud, N. Douay) to the 7th UK Social Networks Conference, London, July 2011.