Audrey Baneyx

Research Expert - France - Ile-de-France - Paris

Transmission of knowledge Ontologies Pedagogy Qualitative methods Mixed methods Quantitative research Change management Digital literacy Institutional communication CNIL GDPR Artificial intelligence Bias of artificial intelligence (AI) Digital training Digital humanities Gender Gender discrimination Transidentity Lgbt Gender equality Media and information literacy Gender equality training Scientific information Higher education in computer science Gender-based violence Fight against violence against women and training of professionals Gender-based violence Gender equality Organization of research Project management Project support Collaborative management Project management Higher education and research Natural language processing (NLP) Gender approach Speech analysis Data analysis Collection and analysis of sociological data Collective bargaining Protection of personal data Open data Data science Data scientist Numerical modeling Knowledge extraction Knowledge management Health data Datavisualization Data visualization Scientific culture Free software Open source Open science Archiving Gender and media Feminism Feminism and the media Gender equality training Gender inequalities Scientific publication Project coordination Project setup Development of strategic projects Project evaluation Research evaluation Organization and management Inclusive writing Digital tools Women and money Research ethics Personal data Seminar Content production Production of scientific articles Eco-responsible digital technology Engineer Online teaching E-learning Inclusion Digital citizenship education Diffusion Scientific mediation Mediation


Audrey Baneyx is a research project manager and research engineer. She specializes in data collection, modeling and analysis and deals with GDPR-related issues for the Sciences Po medialab. She teaches digital methods and, as a mediator, develops communities of users around open source tools. Her research is at the confluence of AI and digital methods, in particular questions related to the construction of gender in the digital space and the circulation of knowledge.