“My diploma thesis in 180 seconds”: Alphanie Midelet will characterize France on the worldwide remaining in Montreal

Of the 16 PhD students who competed for the Lyon Job Exchange last night during the French finals of the “My Work in 180 Seconds” popularization competition, five were rewarded by a jury, the public and high school classes for presenting their research in three minutes.

  • Alphanie Midelet, a PhD student at the University of Grenoble Alpes in the Laboratory for Hypoxia and Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiopathology (Inserm / Grenoble Alpes University), won the first jury prize for performance in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea acute events ’. He was introduced by Manuel Tunon de Lara, President of French Universities, and Antoine Petit, President and CEO of the CNRS. This award secures him a place in the international finals in Montreal.

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I am very happy but also very surprised; today I mainly wanted to have fun, to do my best for my family and my loved ones who were there. What I remember from MT180 is that the public liked our presentations and that we were able to pass on the news. The biggest challenge for me was to revive my speech and at the same time stay true that he resembled me. »

  • Oscar Cosserat, a doctoral student from La Rochelle University in the Laboratory of Environmental Engineering Sciences (CNRS / La Rochelle University), won the second jury prize awarded by Frank Debouck, President of ComUE University of Lyon, and Laurent Barbieri, CNRS Regional Delegate Rhône Auvergne. Oscar Cosserat’s diploma thesis is entitled “Geometric Integrators in Poisson Geometry”.

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“I am really pleased with this award, the jury apparently judged that I was able to explain my work in mathematics. Experience My work in 180 seconds is really useful, it has allowed me to spread my research work and mathematical ideas through a history of science and humor. »

  • Maxime RobicPhD student at the University of Rennes 1 at the Institute of Computer Science and Random Systems Research (CNRS / University of Rennes 1) (CNRS / Université Lyon 1) and sponsor of the final for the presentation of the dissertation “Visual control of the satellite constellation”.

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“There was a really warm, benevolent atmosphere among the doctoral students. As the competition progressed, I became more and more pleased to present my research and improve my presentation. This finale was an apotheosis and this award is the icing on the cake. »

  • Anais Perricheta doctoral student at the University of Burgundy Franche-Comté in the laboratory of Lipids, Nutrition, Cancer (University of Burgundy / Inserm / UBFC), received a public award from Paul Dequidt, a doctor in signal and image processing, 1.ehm The jury award and the audience award for the national finals MT180 2021. This award, which is the result of a vote of 3107 people, rewards the presentation of his diploma thesis “Focus of IL-1 on increasing the effectiveness of chemoimmunotherapy in cancer”.

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“It was an incredible experience and this audience award is really gratifying, it means that I addressed a lot of people with my presentation. »

  • Pierre Damien FougouPhD student at the University of Bordeaux at the University of Bordeaux Research Institute, won the high school award from Jules and Louana, two students at the Lyon Academy, for presenting a dissertation on “Electronic money in European, African subregional regions”. banking premises and OHADA banking premises ’.

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“It’s nice to know that the youngest people appreciate what I’m doing! I also remember from this experience that we all made it to the top. »

The jury of the national final of 2022 consisted of:

  • Isabelle Bonardi, Director of Pop’Sciences, ComUE University of Lyon;
  • Amélie Cordier, Scientific Director Once Forever;
  • Paul Dequidt, Physician in Signal and Image Processing, 1ehm Jury Prize and Audience Prize for the national finals MT180 2021;
  • Sophie Kern, CNRS researcher in the Dynamics of Language laboratory (CNRS / Lumière Lyon 2 University);
  • Axel Villard-Faure, scientific journalist and program manager in the Discovery & Knowledge department of ARTE France.

The Lyon job fair had 1,200 people present tonight, including about 300 high school students. 7800 views of Internet users must be added to the live broadcast.

The national finals of the “My Work in 180 Seconds” popularization competition were organized this year by French universities and the CNRS with the University of Lyon, supported this year by astrophysicist Hélène Courtois under the leadership of scientific journalists Emilie Martin du Fou and Pierre Girard. It was named “Villeurbanne 2022, the French capital of culture” and benefited from the support of Casden, Maif, MGEN, ARTE and Lyon Capitale.

Watch the finals on the competition’s YouTube channel.
You can find the competition on its website, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
Watch the international finals organized this year by Acfas: mt180.international.

Winners of the “My Diploma Thesis in 180 Seconds” competition in 2022. From left to right: Pierre-Damien Fougou, Anaïs Perrichet, Alphanie Midelet, Maxime Robic, Oscar Cosserat.
© MT180 / French University-CNRS / David Pell

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