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JOUVE Bertrand

  • LISST (UMR 5193), CNRS-UT2J-EHESS, Toulouse, France
  • Algorithms for Network Analysis, Clustering in networks, Community structure in networks, Complex networks mining, Geometry and topology of networks or graphs, Graph algorithms, Graph models, Network measures, Network mining, Network models, Social networks, Structural network properties
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Bertrand Jouve is a Senior Researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, France). He conducts both theoretical research in discrete mathematics and applied research for real-world complex network analysis. Over a decade he worked at the boundary of neurosciences and, for 15 years, he has been working at the boundary of Social Sciences and Humanities, especially for Social Network Analysis. He has a strong expertise in interdisciplinary projects. He served as Director of CNRS Labs for 8 years, as Scientific Deputy Director at the CNRS SSH Institute for 5 years, then as President of the The National Network of Houses for the Social Sciences and Humanities (RnMSH) for 2 years. He has founded the Peer Community In Network Science.
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JOUVE Bertrand

  • LISST (UMR 5193), CNRS-UT2J-EHESS, Toulouse, France
  • Algorithms for Network Analysis, Clustering in networks, Community structure in networks, Complex networks mining, Geometry and topology of networks or graphs, Graph algorithms, Graph models, Network measures, Network mining, Network models, Social networks, Structural network properties
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Educational and work
Bertrand Jouve is a Senior Researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, France). He conducts both theoretical research in discrete mathematics and applied research for real-world complex network analysis. Over a decade he worked at the boundary of neurosciences and, for 15 years, he has been working at the boundary of Social Sciences and Humanities, especially for Social Network Analysis. He has a strong expertise in interdisciplinary projects. He served as Director of CNRS Labs for 8 years, as Scientific Deputy Director at the CNRS SSH Institute for 5 years, then as President of the The National Network of Houses for the Social Sciences and Humanities (RnMSH) for 2 years. He has founded the Peer Community In Network Science.