29 publications matching keyword "Mobilités virtuelles"
01/10/2019 - 09:36
What place would young people want to give to travel and to their virtual mobility in the territorial organization of their activities, in a future where resources will be restricted, in particular energy? To answer this question, a research team consisting of a physicist-philosopher, a designer, an architect and an artist developed a serious game in which the action takes place in 2061, in Néo Zelbru.
02/16/2016 - 10:22
What if inequalities of access and use of digital technologies also gave rise to inequalities relative to mobility? This is the question raised by Dana Diminescu, Hélène-Marie Juteau, Christian Licoppe and Julien Morel in their study of Saint-Denis jobseekers’ exceptional mobility practices. Over the course of two years, the Mines ParisTech researchers will follow 30 jobseekers, in order to understand if and how the use of mobility apps sets people apart in terms of exceptional mobility practices for job seeking.
04/16/2015 - 19:16
Boris Beaude, a geographer, and Benjamin Bayart, an engineer and ardent supporter of freedom of expression, discuss the tensions that have arisen concerning the internet, the main platform for virtual mobility. Designed as something without a centre, which could not be fully controlled and would free people from regional limitations, the internet seems unable to deliver on these promises – as a result of pre-existing constraints.
03/30/2015 - 17:38
Mobile technologies are not only changing the way we live, but are also making a pressing case to be included in the criteria for urban planners and architects. Ole Jensen sets out the argument for a more networked approach to city design.
01/27/2015 - 11:20
06/24/2014 - 11:10
German sociologist Professor Sven Kesselring discussed the notion of mobility pioneers - people who set the trends that others will follow in the future. Virtual mobility and sustainability will both have significant roles to play.
06/23/2014 - 17:19
Corporate social responsibility, coworking and delocalisation place mobility at the heart of new corporate management practices. This research project examines the new practices surrounding corporate mobility management. Three case studies conducted by three researchers in the field of management science – Denis Chabault, Elodie Loubaresse and Bertrand Sergot – foster our understanding of these practises. This project will culminate with a one day transdisciplinary research workshop and a collective publication.