MT180 2019: the 14 finalists have been announced!

Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00
Le 28 March 2019 De 18:00 à 20:00

The Université de Lyon regional final of the international Francophone "“My Thesis in 180 Seconds” competition will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2019 in the UdL’s Grand Amphithéâtre. Come and support our PhD students!

My Thesis in 180 Seconds invites PhD students to present their research topic in simple terms to a jury and diverse non-specialist audience. Fourteen PhD students from the Lyon Saint-Étienne university sites will present their research projects in three minutes in a clear and concise, yet convincing manner.

A jury made up of researchers, journalists and representatives from the socio-economic sector will then award three prizes. You will also have the opportunity to award your favorite presentation!

The Université de Lyon winners of the first jury prize and the audience prize will go on to compete in the national stage of the competition.

Register to attend the regional final (in French)

Our fourteen contestants

  • Leila BEN MAHFOUD, “The structural dynamics of the interaction between ultrabrief laser and solids at the atomic scale, using ab initio methods.”
  • Virginie BLUM, “Entrepreneurship and facing failure. A sociological approach to business failure.”
  • Laura CHALENCON, “Neural mechanisms involved in the hedonic value of smells and changes due to aging.”
  • Bertrand COULOMBEL, “Processing continuities over time.”
  • Nathalie COUTURIER, “Identifying new regulators of the position of the nucleus within striated skeletal muscle tissue.”
  • Julie DELCLAUX, “Geography of territories, agriculture and ecological functioning of landscapes.”
  • Martin KILLIAN, “Therapeutic anti-interferon-alpha vaccination applied to Sjögren’s syndrome models.”
  • Éléonore MATHIS, “Study of thermosetting/thermoplastic mixes for composite applications. Controlling morphology in relation to mechanical properties.”
  • Thomas MERLETTE, “Plasticity of glassy polymers: theory and simulations.”
  • Noëlle REMOUE, “Study of diabetic neuropathic wound healing in animal models.”
  • Amira SAOUDI, “Study of mechanoluminescence phenomena in textile fibers.”
  • Stefano VALDEMARIN, “Developing opportunities in international networks.”
  • Jordan VAZQUEZ, “The Big Data Environment and intuitive decision-making: a case study of the Center for Information and Command (CIC) of the national police in the Bouches-du-Rhône area (DDSP 13).”
  • Dorian ZIEGLER, “Role of the ITPR2 calcium channel and of mitochondria-associated membranes (MAMs) in the regulation of cell senescence.”