I am a monetary historian, who came into Digital Humanities while in Luxembourg. There, I was for 2 years head of a Digital Humanities Lab, helping building a bridge between researchers in European studies and developpers. I then worked as research enginer at the Sorbonne (Paris IV), contributing to the elaboration of an Encyclopaedia about European history. I am now lecturer in contemporary history / digital history at the University of Lausanne.
I am an active supporter of Zotero, maintaining (though with less regularity for some months) the French-speaking Zotero blog (http://zotero.hypotheses.org).
You can find me on Twitter (@inactinique) and read my blog (http://www.clavert.net) where I sometimes write in English (http://www.clavert.net/nine-months-of-twitterstorians/).
I co-directed 'L'histoire contemporaine à l'ère numérique / Contemporary history in the digital Age' (Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2013).