Pascal Belouin

Research Scholar
Research Scholars are early career scholars who have ordinarily already had at least one postdoctoral fellowship or equivalent academic experience. This is the equivalent of an entry-level academic position (e.g. assistant professor in North America, Lecturer in the United Kingdom, Maître de conférences in France). These scholars carry considerable responsibilities (no more than 30% of their time) within their research unit.
Department III
MRes, MSc, MA, BSc
Residence:
May 15, 2017 to May 14, 2019
Profile

Pascal Belouin studied Software Engineering at the University of La Rochelle, and went on to pursue a Master of Research in Human Computer Interaction at Lancaster University, as well as a Master of Arts in the Social Sciences with the Open University, which he obtained in 2010. He then went on to work in the private sector as well as for the Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance, where he lead the design and implementation of the MSCAA Item Bank, a large web-based platform which facilitates the collaboration of the Medical Assessment community in the United Kingdom.

Pascal's role at the institute is to design and implement a digital infrastructure that will allow the integration of various academic work on protected digitized historical sources into one working environment.

Pascal's main research interest is the application of various social scientific theories and methods to the elaboration of novel software development methodologies.

Contact

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science 
Boltzmannstraße 22 
14195 Berlin 
Germany