On 5 March, EnvA, the École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort (Alfort National Veterinary School) hosted the sixth edition of the Université Paris-Est regional final of the Ma thèse en 180 secondes competition. After the seven presentations, two candidates were selected by the Jury and the Audience.
Anne-Claire Chêne, from the Organisations, marchés, institutions (Organisations, markets, institutions) doctoral school thus received the Jury Award for the presentation of her thesis "The role of organisational practices on trust in the organisation: a case study" prepared at IRG, the Institut de Recherche en Gestion (Institute for Research in Management).
The Jury was composed of Philippe Tchamitchian, President of Université Paris-Est and President of the Jury, Samar Delpeuch, Regional Coordinator of Culture/Higher Education and Research at CASDEN Banque Populaire, Marie-Claire Gareau, a teacher-researcher at Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne (UPEC), and Carine Sai, a multimedia journalist at Université Gustave Eiffel.
Sana Jemel, from the Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé (Life and Health Sciences) doctoral school, was selected by the audience and won the Audience Award for the presentation of her thesis "Optimization of the treatment of invasive fungal infections in the era of antifungal resistance: development of an alternative in vivo model to test the therapeutic efficacy of azoles" produced at the DYNAMYC research group.
Congratulations to the two winners as well as all the other candidates!
The Université Paris-Est candidates
- Organisations, Markets, Institutions doctoral school
Anne-Claire CHÊNE (IRG)
"The role of organisational practices on trust in the organisation: a case study"
- Science, Engineering and the Environment doctoral school
Adrien FRANÇOIS (CERTES)
"Thermal losses evaluation in a wall by active infrared thermography"
- Public Health doctoral school
Sonsoles FUENTES (Santé Publique France)
"Development and validation of diabetes case definition algorithms from health administrative databases using data from the Constances cohort and its application to the study of the evolution of diabetes prevalence and incidence based on the SNDS"
- Life and Health Sciences doctoral school
Sana JEMEL (DYNAMYC)
"Optimization of the treatment of invasive fungal infections in the era of antifungal resistance: development of an alternative in vivo model to test the therapeutic efficacy of azoles"
- Mathematics and ICTS
Adrien LE FRANC (CERMICS)
"Stochastic optimization of Energy Management systems under risk constraints"
William MARGHERITI (CERMICS)
"Numerical methods for martingale optimal transport"
Adrien TOUBOUL (CERMICS)
"Uncertainty modelling in a graph of models of physical simulation"