|Anne-Valérie Schweyer is a Tenurer Researcher at Centre de l’Asie du Sud-Est (CASE), CNRS-France. She is specialised on Campa History and Epigraphy, in Ancient Vietnam. She is teaching Champa Civilization and Language at Inalco (University for Oriental Studies), Paris, since 2012, and use to present conferences for the SOAS Diploma, London, since 2009. Her publications mainly focus on Ancient Champa (Vietnam), on religious Studies, Historical Studies and Epigraphy.|
|Eric Mermet is a CNRS research engineer, appointed to Center of analysis and social mathematics (CAMS) and the Institute of Complex Systems (ISC). Previously, he was research engineer on the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) GIS platform which he developed organisational components and management of several projects in interaction with sixty researchers, but also in technical components by implementing different tools (software, plugins, WebGIS, websites).
He has an engineering science training, focused on robotics and intelligent systems and a PhD in computer science and geomatics for structural analysis of transportation networks.
Vietnam team is :
Bao Dan (Vicas Huê), Long(Vicas Huê) , Cung (Vicas Huê), Tho (Quang Tri Museum Curator)