Scientific Publications

A selection of my scientific communications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Renaud, C., & Bideau, F. G. (2020). Le Maker, Construction d’une Figure Politique de l’innovation En Chine Urbaine. EspacesTemps.net Electronic Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.. https://doi.org/10.26151/espacestemps.net-t0f8-r859
  2. Renaud, C., Fernandez, V., Puel, G., & Zhen, F. (2018). Urban Modes of Assemblage: The Changing Spaces of Innovation in Shanghai. Management International Review, 23(3), 131–140.
  3. Renaud, C. (2017). L’assemblage comme forme d’innovation. Techniques & Culture. Revue Semestrielle d’Anthropologie Des Techniques, 67, 100–115. https://doi.org/10.4000/tc.8476
  4. Maigret, N., Roszkowska, M. R., & Renaud, C. (2017). Shanzhai Archeology. INMATERIAL. Diseño, Arte y Sociedad, 2(4).
  5. Renaud, C. (2016). Les mèmes internet : dynamiques d’énonciations sur le réseau social chinois Sina Weibo. Travaux De Linguistique, n\textdegree 73(2), 27–43.
  6. Renaud, C., Puel, G., & Fernandez, V. (2016). Topogrammes : Les Mèmes Internet Ont-Ils Un Mode de Propagation Spécifique ? Réseaux, 2016/1(195). https://doi.org/10.3917/res.195.0107
  7. Fernandez, V., Puel, G., & Renaud, C. (2016). The Open Innovation Paradigm: From Outsourcing to Open-Sourcing in Shenzhen, China. International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 4(4), 27–41. https://doi.org/10.14246/irspsd.4.4_27

Academic Conferences

  1. Renaud, C. (organizer). (2018). Panel: Makers Communities and the Production of Technology in China. The 16th Chinese Internet Research Conference.
  2. Graezer-Bideau, F., & Renaud, C. (2018, October). Encountering Cultures of Making in China: Narratives and Practices of Co-Creative Communities. #Chinacreative: Users, Makers, Dreamers, a Workshop on Vernacular Creativity and Beyond.
  3. Renaud, C., & Bahde, G. (2018). From Davos to Beijing : the historical trajectory of the concept of sovereignty in Internet territories. 1st Conference on Computers Network History.
  4. Carrillo, R., Renaud, C., Prié, Y., & Lavoué, É. (2017). Dashboard for Monitoring Student Engagement in Mind Mapping Activities. Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT), 2017 IEEE 17th International Conference On, 433–437.
  5. Carrillo, R., Renaud, C., Prié, Y., & Lavoué, É. (2017). Tableau de bord pour le suivi de l’engagement des apprenants lors de la construction de cartes mentales. EIAH 2017.
  6. Renaud, C., Bolli, M., Laperrouza, M., & Bideau, F. G. (2017). Making the City: Re-Assembling Spaces of Manufacturing. CHI.
  7. Renaud, C. (2017). That’s you here on the map : introducing results to network participants. RECSNA17 : Recent Ethical Challenges in Social Network Analysis.
  8. Renaud, C., Puel, G., & Fernandez, V. (2016). Changing the Culture of Innovation in Shanghai: Open Innovation Spaces. GeoInnov2016.
  9. Renaud, C., & Bahde, G. (2016). Topogram: A Web Toolkit for Spatio-Temporal Network Mapping. Digital Humanities Conference 2016.
  10. Renaud, C. (2016). Topogram: Social Network Analysis for Humans. FOSSASIA16.
  11. Renaud, C., Fernandez, V., & Puel, G. (2015). Learning in the fab city : open innovation and the renewal of manufacturing in Shenzhen. 13 Conference 2015.
  12. Renaud, C., & De Seta, G. (2014). Memes as Methods: A Dialogue between Ethnographic and Data Mining Approaches to User-Generated Content on the Chinese Internet. Chinese Internet Research Conference 14.
  13. Renaud, C., Fernandez, V., & Puel, G. (2014). Les Mèmes Du Web Chinois : Analyse de La Généricité et Spécificités Des Modes de Propagation à Partir d ’ Outils de SNA et de Visualisation. AIM2014.
  14. Renaud, C. (2014). Meme Observation and Classification on a Large Corpus of Tweets from Sina Weibo Memes on Sina Weibo. CIRC14, 1–9.
  15. Renaud, C., Fernandez, V., & Puel, G. (2013). Mèmes Internet et Réseaux Sociaux Chinois : État Des Lieux et Perspectives d ’ Analyse. AIM2013, 1–25.

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