I am an information sciences PhD candidate at the École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information, Université de Montréal, where I work under the direction of Prof. Vincent Larivière, Canada Research Chair on the Transformation of Scholarly Communications. I hold a master degree in information sciences, and a bachelor in management.

One of the most central themes of my research is the reward system of science. I’m particularly interested in the practices through which credit is attributed to researchers for their work, namely through authorship, contributorship, inventorship, and acknowledgements. I’m interested in how these practices are shaped by disciplinary norms and how they reflect the division of labor in collaborative science. I’m also interested in the diversity of the means and types of knowledge creation and diffusion and their role (or lack thereof) in this reward system.

Research evaluation and governance are among my other research interests. For instance, I’m interested in the attribution of research funds and its impact on researchers performance and collaboration practices. More information on my research interests and activities is available here, or in my CV.