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Dimitra Kanellopoulou is an architect-engineer (National Technical University of Athens) with a master’s degree in urban planning (École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) and a PhD in human geography (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne). Since 2016 she holds the position of maître de conférences associé at the ENSAPM School of Architecture. Her research focus on urban walking, public space and soft mobility issues applied to spatial planning using both quantitative and qualitative methods and a variety of perspectives (economic, sociological, psychological) to study this area. Her teaching experience include topics of urban planning theory, planning regulation and practice, city branding, human geography and fieldwork methodology. She is a member of the Research Laboratory LIAT at the ENSAPM and an associate member at the UMR 8504 Géographie-cités in Paris. Her PhD thesis (2015) focused on the experiences of pedestrians, public space planning policies and urban practices in the historical center of Athens (Greece).
Since 2014, she has been also lecturing at the Institute of Research and Higher Education Studies in Tourism of Paris (IREST, Paris) and at the UEMF (Fez). In 2018, she starts collaborating (enseignante-chercheuse invitée) with the Ecole d’Urbanisme de Paris and with Harokopio University of Athens.

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Diplomée en philosophie des sciences, Christine Kosmopoulos est ingénieure de recherche au CNRS, spécialisée dans l’édition numérique et l’information scientifique pour les sciences humaines et sociales. Elle est rédactrice en chef de la revue Cybergeo et co-responsable du projet JournalBase. Ses travaux de recherche portent sur l’impact des nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication, et cela dans trois (...)

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Doctorante P.A.R.I.S
Ph.D. candidate in Economic Geography & Complexity Science at University of Paris 1. In her research she focuses on the extraction of economically valuable information from the data on movements of ships. In particular, she studies the evolution of the maritime trade network, looking for network formation models which could help us to predict the response of the network to critical events. She holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Public Policy from École (...)

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