About us
We are researchers-entrepreneurs, who are experts in bibliometrics

As researchers, we have been confronted to the exponential growth of scientific publications, which makes it increasingly difficult to identify the seminal articles of a field, and the most salient current ‘conversations’ shared within this field.

As bibliometricians, we perceived the high potential of this very young science that is Bibliometrics. However, its democratization was constrained by the complexity and difficulties to apply its techniques.

This is why, as entrepreneurs, we created Scanlitt, with three ambitions:

  • Help the scientific community cope with scientific information overload, while facilitating the transmission and sharing of knowledge
  • Bring down the walls that block science, by allowing everyone to explore scientific research, and supporting them in their documentary search
  • Share the innovative solution that results from over 10 years of our research
Isabelle Walsh
Isabelle Walsh is Distinguished Emerita Professor of Information Systems and data Science at Skema Business School, Université Côte d'Azur, France. Her initial training is in fundamental mathematics. She holds a Ph.D. and HDR in Management Science from the University of Paris-Dauphine, France. She has significant practical experience in business management and consulting. She publishes her research works in top tier international research journals and has contributed for many years to the popularization and legitimization of bibliometrics as a research method. Isabelle has won several awards both for her business skills and for her research.
Alexandre Renaud
Alexandre Renaud is associate professor of business strategy at EM Normandie, France. After studying economics, he defended his PhD in management science at the University of Paris-Dauphine. Specialized in bibliometrics, he has contributed to the development and dissemination of these methods by publishing numerous works in French and international scientific journals. He has been member of the board and VP of the Association Information & Management.
Scientific board
Denise Potosky
Denise Potosky, Ph.D., is Professor of Management and Organization at the Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies. She earned her Ph.D. in Industrial Relations and Human Resources at Rutgers University. Her research in the field of Human Resources Management has been published in high impact journals both in the management and psychological fields. Beside her teaching activities at graduate, MBA, and doctoral levels, she held a variety of leadership roles within the university and the academy, and has worked as a facilitator, invited speaker, and consultant with leaders in several public and private business organizations.
Franz Rowe
Frantz Rowe (Université de Nantes, LEMNA laboratory), graduated from UC Berkeley in 1985 and his PhD in Management of Information Systems was awarded in 1991 from the University of Paris, France. He is the co-founder of the Association Information & Management. He has been the first Editor in Chief of Systèmes d’Information et Management for 13 years and co-Editor of The European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS) until 2018. He has supervised 31 PhD students and is currently leading the PhD program in Consulting and Research at the IAE of Nantes in France. His research interests include the philosophy of information systems, IS-enabled organizational transformation, and research methodology.
Guy Paré
Guy Paré is the Director of the Ph.D. in administration program and a Professor of Information Technology Management at HEC Montréal, in Canada. Since 2014, he holds the Research Chair in Digital Health. His current research interests involve the clinical, organizational and economic impacts of telehealth applications, electronic patient record systems and health information exchange projects as well as the use and impact of mobile apps and smart connected devices. His work has appeared in top-ranked scientific journals and presented at several international and national conferences. Professor Paré’s expertise in medical informatics has been sought by numerous organizations including the World Health Organization, the Department of Health in France, Canada Health Infoway, and the Québec Ministry of Health and Social Services. He was elected a member of the Social Sciences Academy of the Royal Society of Canada in 2012 and is currently the 5th most influential researcher in the field of medical informatics.
Sébastien Dubois
Sébastien Dubois is a sociologist and full professor at NEOMA BS in France. He obtained his Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches from the University of Paris. He is a research fellow at the ‘Centre de Sociologie des Organisations’ (Sciences-Po/CNRS) and teaches in many institutions in France and abroad. His research covers socio-economic organisation and careers in artistic and academic fields, and he is currently working on the acceptance of vaccination. He has published numerous articles in academic journals such as Poetics, M@n@gement, Journal of Cultural Economics. His research has been funded by the French Ministry of Culture.
Yves Alembik
Yves Alembik is a geneticist HDR and pediatrician. Former president of the GPBR, a group of pediatricians of the Bas-Rhin, and a hospital practitioner in medical genetics at the University Hospital of Strasbourg, he is currently president of the orientation council of the Alsace pole of the EREGE, a regional agency that deals with medical ethics of the ‘Grand Est’ in France.
Jean-Pierre Chemla
Jean-Pierre Chemla specializes in gynecology and obstetrics. He is also expert in compensation for corporal damages. His research cover diverse pathologies during pregnancy. His expert reports necessitate numerous and voluminous documentary searches.
Aymeric Menet
Aymeric Menet is a cardiologist, specializing in rhythmology. He is currently practicing at the Saint-Philibert Hospital in Lille, France. His research focuses on the heart desynchronization and national data of health in rhythmology.
Frédéric Prate
Frédéric Prate is geriatrician. Graduate from the University Paris XI in France for clinical research, information modelization and treatment, he also obtains in 2014 the title of health IS and autonomy Engineer and specializes in public health. He has worked in the Nice University Hospital, as a software referent to help medical prescriptions. His time at the center for innovation and usages in health IS to coordinate clinical research projects and the evaluation of innovative solutions is in direct link with his interest for health IT. He coordinates the team at the center for the elderly well being and health and the Université Côte d’Azur, France.
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