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TEDxMcGill - Claude Theoret - Measuring Zeitgeist and the Digital Future of Humanities

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Published on Dec 13, 2011

Claude Théoret is an astrophysicist with expertise in the management of innovation. One of the founding members of McGill University's astronomy department, Claude was ranked first in the astronomy and astrophysics postdoctoral fellowship competition in Québec. He conducted his postdoctoral research at the Collège de France as a member of the HESS Collaboration. After teaching as a professor of physics and statistics at the American University in Paris, Claude focused his analytical expertise on Co-Word Analysis, Actor Network Theory and their practical applications in social media. Claude has co-authored two papers in Nature, one in Science and his sociological work on the mapping of the Nanotechnology community has been published twice.
Claude founded Nexalogy in 2006 is responsible for the development of the advanced analysis tools at Nexalogy Environics. He also handles sales and account management.

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