Shin Alexandre Koseki
Fields of expertise
At the EPFL Habitat Research Center, I conduct research in the fields of digital urban planning and city science. My projects often result form of transdisciplinary collaborations with national and sub-national government agencies, and public and para-public companies (logistics and telecommunications).
Since 2019, I am a Affiliated Visiting Researcher at the Department of Evaluation, Performance and Prospective of the French Ministry of Education and Youth.
Koseki (2018). “Geographic Evolution of Political Cleavages in Switzerland”. In PLOS ONE.
Labor and Ground is a international research and urban planning project for the development of the Geneva Metropolitan Region (Grand Genève).
Terre, Terroir, Territoire is a research, spatial planning and deliberative democracy project in collaboration with the French Ministry of Agriculture aimed at defining France’s contribution to the EU Common Agricultural Policy.
The French Citizen Convention for Climat (Convention citoyenne pour le Climat) is a deliberative democracy institution, which aims at defining measure to reduce France’s CO2 emissions in accordance with the Paris Agreement. I currently am a Scientific observer at the Convention on issues of social and spatial justice.
|Researcher||Social Network Lab||ETH Zurich||2018|
|Visiting Professor||School of Planning and Design||University of Montreal||2017|
|Co-founder / Research Associate||Chôros||2016-present|
|Doctoral Research Associate, Studio Director & Lecturer||Architecture & City Institute||EPFL||2010-2016|
|Visiting Doctoral Research Fellow||School of Anthropology||University of Oxford||2014|
|Visiting Doctoral Research Fellow||Cities Research Cluster||National University of Singapore||2014|
|Research Assistant||Laboratoire d'étude de l'architecture potentielle||University of Montreal||2007|
|→PhD mobility||School of anthropology||University of Oxford||2014|
|→PhD mobility||Cities Research Cluster||National University of Singapore||2014|
|M.Sc||Architecture & Planning||EPFL||2010|
|B.Sc||Architecture||Université de Montréal, Canada||2007|
|DEC||Science||Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, Montréal, Canada||2004|