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Eric Bruillard is currently a professor of computer science at Paris Descartes University and a member of the EDA laboratory. His research area concerns the design and use of computer-based technologies in education.
He has been the driving force behind several research projects, including the ANR ReVEA project (Living Resources for Teaching and Learning, ANR Apprentissage, 2014-2018).
He managed the STEF research laboratory (Sciences Techniques Education Formation, ENS Cachan, INRP (then ENS Lyon) and co-managed with Yolaine Bourda (Centrale-Supélec and LRI) the e-Learning centre of the Institute of digital society (ISN), LIdex of the Pars-Saclay University
He chairs the school council of the Ecole supérieure du professorat et de l’éducation (ESPE) in Clermont-Ferrand.
He is the designer and coordinator of the Mooc eFAN series (teach and train with digital, 5 different Mooc, 10 achievements) and the Mooc efSUP (teach and train in higher education), on the FUN platform.
He was editor-in-chief of STICEF, the leading French-language journal in computers and education, from 2003 to the end of May 2015.
He is an expert at Mipnes (mission of pedagogy and digital education for higher education).
He is Vice President of IARTEM (International Association for Research on Textbooks and Educational Media).