1st prize : Anaïs ABRAMIAN, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
2nd prize : Alexandre GENIN, Université de Montpellier
2nd prize : Tanguy FARDET, Université Paris Diderot
Since 2017, the Institut des Systèmes Complexes de Paris IdF and its partners have been awarding an annual thesis prize, with the aim of highlighting research in the field of complex systems and to distinguish the work of particularly promising young researchers.
The ISC-PIF is launching its 6th call for entries for the Complex Systems Thesis Award 2022 for PhD students from all disciplines working on complex systems.
At the end of the call for entries, candidates will be selected to present their thesis before an interdisciplinary jury composed of renowned personalities in the field, who will award three prizes of €1000. This audition day will take place at the ISC-PIF (Paris) on October 21, 2022 from 9am to 1pm.
The auditions will take place at Totem (11 place Nationale, 75013, Paris), as well as online (Meeting ID: 988 7639 1866, Passcode: 5cTP8q).
8:30 Welcome and Coffee
8:45 Welcome by the Director of the Complex Systems Institute, David Chavalarias
8h55 Mathieu Le Verge – Serandour : Physics of biological cavities: on blastocyst formation and volume control
9h15 Giulia Pullano : Human mobility and epidemic propagation
9h35 Louis Duvivier : Two statistical methods for graph model selection
10h Clara Filet : Urbanisation dynamics and interaction networks in the Celtic transalpine world (4th – 1st century BCE)
10h20 Jeremy O’Byrne : Irreversibility and active matter : from microscopic models to field theories
10h40 Aina Ramamonjy : Light to induce flows and patterning in phototactic microalgae suspensions
11h10 David Martin : Signatures of irreversibility and phase transitions in active matter and beyond
11:30 Lorenza Pacini: Investigating the sustainability of protein structures and bio-inspiration for urban systems
11h50 Abdel Celikkanat : Learning representations on graphs by random walk diffusions
12h10 Jonathan Stephano : Consequences of bronchial asymmetry and compliance on the hydrodynamic properties of the lung, applications to respiratory physiotherapy
12:30 pm Deliberation
13:00 Awards ceremony & Buffet
This prize is supported by the CNRS foundation and the Academy of Excellence “Complex Systems” of the University Cote d’Azur.