Maxime Sainte-Marie currently works as Data Specialist for the Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication and the Érudit consortium. Formed in Canada, Sweden, and Belgium, he graduated in political science, philosophy, and cognitive computing. His research skills lie at the crossroads of Computational Social Science, Information Science, and Digital Humanities. His current research interests revolve around the bibliography-semantics interface and aim to asses the extent and bibliometrical repercussions of the interdependency between the semantic content of scholarly communications and their bibliographical properties.
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