Stéphanie Gauttier is Assistant Professor at GEM doing research at the intersection of information systems, human-computer interaction, and ethics.
She was awarded an individual Marie Curie fellowship in 2018 for a project on the use of wearables as a stress management tool in the workplace. Her research focuses on the ethical and political implications of the use of wearables and related data.
Stéphanie received her PhD in Information Systems Management from the University of Nantes. She has a masters in Political Sciences and a masters in Communication Sciences, and over five years of experience in the marketing industry. As a result, her research crosses disciplines and was applied to consumers (PhD), learners (EDUWORKS), and more recently to the healthcare domain (Responsible-Industry and GLASNOST).
Stéphanie was nominated on the list of 400 women in the NL across all industries in the “bright mind” category in 2018, and received the Brenner award for her work in Q-methodology in 2019.