Stéphanie is an assistant professor at the Grenoble Ecole de Management.
Stéphanie was an interdisciplinary postdoctoral researcher. She received a PhD in Informations Systems from the University of Nantes (France) in 2017, two masters degrees in Political Science, a bachelor degree in Public Administration, and worked in a Computer Science lab for about two years, as well as in a marketing private company for about 5 years.
The topic of her thesis was the conditions of functional and moral acceptance of human enhancement technologies. At the epistemological level, Stéphanie has been investigating the role of the Researcher’s subjectivity in qualitative studies.
Stéphanie joined the University of Twente to work on the Responsible Industry, SATORI, and Ethics and Policy-making projects. She received the Marie Curie fellowship in 2018 to conduct her individual project entitled GLASNOST (reGuLAting Staff eNhancement in OrganiSaTions) hosted in UT.