Currently interning with the PERSIST team, my research project is part of the theory of viability. I work on modeling strategies to manage plant invasions. My research focuses on the Japanese Knotweed, a specie present along roadsides and that may endanger the safety of road users. The purpose of this internship is to put forward two levels of modeling: (i) a stochastic level upon arrival of new individuals or species and (ii) a deterministic level for modeling the species population when their number is significant.
Interning as a research assistant with the Equipex D-FIH since January 2017, I’m reading English and Economic Culture at the University of Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle. After graduatig this year, I intend to specialise in Development Economics.
Interning with the Multivac team: improving and upgrading tweet clusters and stydying communities’ dynamics on twitter.
Interning as a research assistant for the D-FIH project (Données Financières et Historiques), I ‘m assisting the Equipex team with data collection and entry. I am an Economics student at the university Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris 1 and the Paris School of Economics. Fields of interest include Public Economy in general and more precisely Health Economics and redistribution Economy.
Imen BEN MAHMOUD
Science Communication Intern. I’m pursuing my graduate studies in the History and Philosophy of Science (HPS). This traineeship forms part of a course of study at the University of Paris-Diderot.