9:15 am: Welcome coffee/croissant and good mood in A08
9:45 am: Presentation of Department 5 (Patrick Henaff)
9:55 am: Presentation of each team by the team leaders Kiwi, Neurothythms, Biscuit, Larsen and Capsid (5 min each)
10:20 am: Break
10:35 am: Presentation of the doctoral students
Each PhD student (even new ones) will introduce itself in 2 minutes MAX, with 1 (or 2) slides each to motivate participants to come and see you during your interactive session or to discuss with you during the many breaks during the day! You can do something quite formal (presentation of the problem etc…), you can also do something (completely) offbeat! — In any case, I would need you to send me your slide in.pdf format on Thursday, April 25 at 6pm at THE LATEST LAST POSSIBLE MOMENT OF THIS UNIVERSE (so that I have time to merge everything, email@example.com).
12:00 – 13:15: Hall B, lunch buffet for the D5
Moderated by Karim Ramdani
Then we will have interactive sessions where some doctoral students will come back in more detail on their thesis work.
*** INSTRUCTIONS *** the idea is to use what you want (demo, poster, wooden toys, other) to lead a discussion around your thesis subject: present it, discuss it, explain your problem, show your results, etc. These sessions will take place all over Hall B (B013, B011, Agora, etc.)
14h30 : Interactive session 1
SARKER Bishnu, BEUGET Maël, EL KHADIRI Yassine, JOUAITI Mélanie
15h15 : Interactive session 2
MONTH Barbara, MALAYSIS Adrian, FOIS Adrien, Patricia ALVEZ-SILVA, SCHACYKOV Andrii
16h00 : Round tables
– what to do after the thesis?
– how to prepare a conference?
– research ethics?