Centre Marc Bloch
Prof. Camille Roth
Computational Social Science Team, Centre Marc Bloch, Germany and CNRS, France
Camille Roth has been holding an associate research professorship at CNRS since 2008 in computer science while he also had a couple of tenured university positions in sociology, at Sciences Po as Associate Professor (“professeur”, 2016-18) and in Toulouse as Assistant Professor (“maître de conférences”, 2007-08). His research thus lies at the interface between social and computational sciences, featuring keywords such as socio-semantic systems, social cognition, algorithms and mathematical sociology. He founded in 2012 and currently leads the computational social science team at Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin (CNRS/Humboldt). He is currently the recipient of an ERC Consolidator grant on socio-semantic networks and over the past decade has been global or local PI for several multi-institution research projects, both at the French and European level, on blog networks, scientific communities, and peer-to-peer platforms.