Assistant to the Vice-Rector
Laetitia Crémona (PhD, Sorbonne Nouvelle) has been working in research management at the Université de Montréal for nearly 15 years. Her various mandates for the Vice-Rector for Research, Discovery, Creation and Innovation have led her to coordinate, develop and implement numerous strategic projects. In 2017, she notably coordinated the activities of the Orientation Committee to determine the Strategy for the Development of the Quebec Ecosystem in Artificial Intelligence and actively participated in the design of the new governance of Mila. She worked on the establishment of the Inven_T Technosocial Innovation Center, for which she was responsible from 2019 to 2021, and contributed, in this capacity, to the promotion of the Montreal Declaration for a responsible development of AI. Over the past year, she prepared the new Research, Discovery, Creation and Innovation Action Plan 2022-27 of the UdeM. She is also the author of several academic articles on modernist literature, history and cinema and recently co-edited, with Amar Acheraiou, Joseph Conrad and Ethics (2022), distributed by Columbia University Press.