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Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou

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Benjamin specialises in applying computer science to scientific research. After multiple experiences within the astrophysics field in Baltimore, USA and Paris, he first enters the social sciences field as an OpenData activist within the parliamentary monitoring NGO Regards Citoyens in 2009, before he finally joins Sciences Po m├ędialab in 2012. After 7 years working within the Dime Web team as a webmining expert developing tools for social sciences such as the webcrawler Hyphe and the Twitter collection tool Gazouilloire, he becomes technical director of the lab in 2020.



Title Day Room Track Start End
From Navicrawler to HyBro: a brief history of webcrawlers for social sciences Saturday D.research Open Research Tools and Technologies 11:15 11:25
Web mining panel Saturday D.research Open Research Tools and Technologies 11:45 11:55