About me

Research works

  • Researcher in educational sciences (Japanese Institute of Lifelong Learning, Tokyo, Japan)
    • Development of Critical Thinking skills in Japanese universities for English learning.
    • Analysis of past entrance exams from Japanese universities (1985 – 2015).
    • Framework development.
    • Prediction of future implementations of Critical Thinking skills.

Publications (in Google Schoolar)

  • Louvigné, S., & Rubens, N. (2016). Meaning-making Analysis and Topic Classification of Topic Classification of SNS Goal-based messages. Behaviormetrika, 43(1), 65-82.
  • Louvigné, S., Kato, Y., Rubens, N., & Ueno, M. (2015). SNS Messages Recommendation for Learning Motivation. In International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (Icalt) (pp. 237-246). Springer International Publishing.
  • Louvigné, S., Shi, J., & Sharmin, S. (2014). A corpus-based analysis of the scientific RA genre and RA introduction. In Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Advanced Mechatronic Systems (ICAMechS) (pp. 123-127). IEEE.
  • Louvigné, S., Kato, Y., Rubens, N., & Ueno, M. (2014). Goal-based messages recommendation utilizing latent dirichlet allocation. In 2014 IEEE 14th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (Icalt) (pp. 464-468). IEEE.
  • Shi, J., & Louvigné, S. (2014). Goal-Setting and Meaning-Making in Mined Dataset of Tweets Using SFG Approach. Journal of Electrical Engineering, 2(1), 20-28.
  • Louvigné, S., Rubens, N., Anma, F., & Okamoto, T. (2012). Utilizing social media for goal setting based on observational learning. In 2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (Icalt) (pp. 736-737). IEEE.
  • Louvigné, S., Rubens, N., Anma, F., & Okamoto, T. (2012). Utilizing social media for observational goal setting. In Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE) (pp. 205-210). IASTED.

Working Experiences – Professional training projects

  • Charles Hurst – Lookers, Belfast, UK (2008 – 2010)
    • Deployment of general IT system (40 branches in UK, 700 employees).
    • Collaboration and coordination with branch directors and IT department.
    • Training for all employees (directors, advisors, etc).
    • User support / Development of Wiki documentation.
  • Microsoft – Concentrix (formerly Gem), Belfast, UK (2006 – 2008)
    • Training & Development manager for a team of 100 customer support agents.
    • Collaboration with Microsoft and support teams.
    • Dynamic and multicultural environment.
  • Odima – OnePoint, Nantes, France (2004 – 2006)
    • Software engineer with French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Education

Languages

  • French, English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese

Awards

  • Best PhD presentation in IASTED Cate 2012 International Conference.

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