Pierre supports cooperation between the OPERAS partners and establishes the strategic roadmap of the infrastructure. He is trained in classical studies and social anthropology. He is working at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and is deputy director of OpenEdition, the French national infrastructure dedicated to open scholarly communication in the SSH. He regularly publishes on digital humanities and open science topics, and more largely the social and political impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Suzanne is responsible for partnerships and strategy. She holds a PhD in French Literature. As a Research Engineer at Huma-Num (CNRS), she is the scientific coordinator of TRIPLE project which aims to develop a discovery platform for social sciences and humanities (SSH) data, profiles and projects. She is as well CNRS representative at EOSC Association. Suzanne is deeply involved in the Open Science movement, from two perspectives: SSH and infrastructures.
Project Manager OPERAS-P
Chloé is the OPERAS-P Project Manager. She holds a master degree in Digital Project Management, and is also trained in literature and psychology. Before joining OPERAS team, she worked on international projects in the publishing and scientific research fields. She is based at OpenEdition in Marseille, France.
Yoann ensures the technical coordination of OPERAS. He is a developer who worked on various projects for libraries, archives and more recently on digital humanities. He is also Technical Officer for the DARIAH ERIC.
Citizen Science Officer
Alessia develops citizen science projects and services for the OPERAS community. She is trained in philosophy, journalism and sociology in Italy and France and she is a PhD candidate in Philosophy and Social Sciences at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS). Her doctoral research focuses on journalism as a form of knowledge. Her work for OpenEdition focuses on scientific communication and collaboration between research in the SSH. She has coordinated the OpenEdition Italia project and ran training courses on scientific blogging and on the challenges of electronic publishing. She also coordinates PLACES, a project, granted by the French Ministry of Culture, focused on the collaboration between researchers and journalists. Before joining OpenEdition, Alessia worked as a journalist.
FAIR Data Officer
Arnaud ensures data consistency and the application of the FAIR principles throughout OPERAS. With a dual background in linguistics and digital resources management, he started working in university ibraries and was a digital curator for a CNRS Open Archive. He joined OPERAS in 2016 as a Technical Coordinator for the related HIRMEOS project and is based at OpenEdition in Marseille, France. Arnaud is also project manager for CO-OPERAS.
Judith, together with Elisabeth, is in charge of the communication for OPERAS and TRIPLE. She has a background in art history, German language and media computer science and holds a PhD in art history on a photojournalism topic with a scholarship of the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School of the Humanities Cologne. Since 2016, she is working in the digital editing office perspectivia of the Max Weber Foundation – German Humanities Institutes Abroad. Before she worked for the computing team at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies.
Elisabeth, together with Judith, is in charge of the communication for OPERAS and TRIPLE. She is trained in American studies and international economics. Before joining the Max Weber Foundation – German Humanities Institutes Abroad in 2017 for the related OPERAS projects OPERAS-D and HIRMEOS, she has worked for infrastructure and ICT projects at the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Emilie is the TRIPLE Project Manager. Before joining the Huma-Num team, she graduated with a Master in digital humanities applied to historical disciplines and a degree in history. Her research paper focused on the creation of a database and webmapping tool of the Kernos revue under the direction of Vinciane Pirenne Delforge, professor in Collège de France. Before her professional reorientation in digital humanities, she worked in bank and insurance companies as an institutional partnerships manager in the field of Wealth Management.