Prof. Anne Beaulieu holds the Aletta Jacobs Chair of Knowledge Infrastructures at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Her research and teaching provide insights into how data is created, synthesized and transformed into evidence. She also studies how databases, platforms and data flows shape what we know and who has access to this knowledge.
She has led the development of many lines of research and teaching, among others at University College Fryslân, in the Minor Data Wise and as scientific coordinator of PhD training of the Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Modern Culture (WTMC).
Data is a recurring theme across many of her activities, including her passion for bio-oriented scuba diving and triathlon.
Developing Research Lines and Careers Presentation to Campus Fryslân (ResearchSeminar.Talent.Beaulieu.2022) Advice on writing grant proposals from Joe Dumit (5 essential tips on getting a grant) Campus Frylsân guidelines on the application process Current PhD Supervision Promotor, Benedikt Rakotonirina-Hess, PhD Thesis Between nuisance and survival:…
The minor Data Wise: Data Science in Society, the major Responsible Planet in the bachelor programme Global Responsibility and Leadership are my main teaching activities at Campus Fryslan, the University of Groningen. From 2018 to 2022, I was co-cordinator of the PhD training in…
Talks, meetings and events on Knowledge Infrastructures Who does this interface think you are? Keynote Lecture. Data Science Day 2022, Dat a Science Centre and Social and Behavioural Data Science Centre, University of Amsterdam, 13 October 2022. Do we need better interfaces? Invited Lecture….
On 22 June 2022, Dina Friis defended her dissertation entitled Theorising Ambiguity: telling deliberately equivocal stories at Leiden University. I had the honour of giving a laudatio on this occasion.
UG Comenius project “Privacy in Research” one of the top 10 best practice according to the Council of Europe (news item) In the framework of the Comenius Project, we developed a role playing game about privacy and research data. It was implemented in the…
Published version available from Sage and authors’ accepted manuscript available from our university repositories (U. of Exeter and U. of Groningen).