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Martin Grandjean a Junior Lecturer in Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Lausanne (UNIL profile) and a Lecturer in Digital Humanities at EPFL (EPFL profile). His research focuses on the development of network analysis and visualization methods in history, particularly applied to the study of international organizations. His teaching focuses on the use of digital tools in history, such as visualization of statistical data or analysis of large corpora of digitized press or archival metadata.

He is the spokesman of Humanistica, the French-speaking Digital Humanities Association and is on the board of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO).

His recent publications includes works on network analysis in history, on the Digital Humanities community on Twitter, on the use of social media to disseminate historical contents or on the networks of scientific exchanges in the interwar period (thesis available online).

website: www.martingrandjean.ch