The project DyLNet builds on an innovative interdisciplinary collaboration bringing together theoretical approaches and methodological advances from three academic fields :
  1. Sociolinguistics, which studies the relationships between language and society;
  2. Network sciences, a subfield of the science of complex systems that describes and models social, biological, and physical phenomena;
  3. Psycholinguistics, which studies language acquisition and the underlying cognitive processes.

LIDILEM team

(Laboratoire de Linguistique et Didactique des Langues Étrangères et Maternelles)
Université Grenoble Alpes

Other contributors

Scientific consultant and member of the High Council for Public Health (Haut Conseil de la Santé Publique), Anne Perrin e is associated to the project DyLNet as an expert on the topic of radiofrequencies.

huma-num_logo-grand-hn-rvb.pngFor this project, we benefit from the support of TGIR Huma-Num.
 


With the help of :

Sophie Loiseau, Emmanuelle Roman, Lisa Paillussière, Bérénice Bonson, Sarah Viratelle, Beatriz Villa, Mélanie Mascré-Pothier, Myriam Salze, Louis Roché, Marie Peuzin, Constance Manent, Mélanie Veloso, Antonine Massat, Soline Felice, Charlotte Chauvet, Kim Nalin, Célia Bron, Charlotte Froissard, Tiphaine Mout, Claire Wolfarth, Lou Maume, Julien Fagot, Youssef Hamrouni, Rose Moreau, Lili Fourré, Bineta Faye

Special thanks to :

Mathieu Loiseau (Lidilem, UGA) & Solange Rossato (LIG, UGA)
Christophe Braillon, Jean-François Cuniberto & Jean-Marc Joseph (INRIA Rhône-Alpes)
Arnaud Bey (Litt&Arts, UGA) & Sylvain Hatier (Litt&Arts, Lidilem, UGA)