MT180: Public Selections
The selections of the contest My Thesis in 180 seconds (MT180) will be held on Wednesday 12 January, Tuesday 18 January and Friday 4 February 2022. For each participant, the goal is to present his or her research in simple, straightforward terms in 3 minutes before an audience. This is thus an exercise in popularizing the thesis and explaining it, in French or English, in a clear, concise and compelling manner – all with the support of a single slide !
The public is welcome to listen and encourage the candidates during the selections and nominate his/her favourite candidate. A prize of CHF 200 will be awarded after each selection session (12 January,m 18 January and 4 February) to the candidate selected by the public. Fourteen participants will be selected following the sessions for the EPFL Final which will take place on 24 March 2022.
COVID Certificate required to access the room.
Running Order Selection 12 January
- Aymeric Galan, «Next generation modelling techniques for strong gravitational lensing and characterising dark matter» (EDPY, Prof. Frédéric Courbin & Jean-Luc Starck) Français
- Sophie Rivara, «Tracking spatiotemporal localization and interactions of the innate immune sensor STING» (EDBB, Prof. Andrea Ablasser) Français
- Qiao Wang, «Resistance of cementitious materials to sulfate attack: quantifying performance with a reliable unidirectional approach» (EDMX, Prof. Karen Scrivener) English
- Muaz Draz, «Next generation microfluidic systems for cancer diagnostics» (EDMI, Prof. Martin Gijs) English
- Tamara Rossy, «The effects of fluid flow and rheology on bacterial colonization in engineered realistic microenvironments» (EDBB, Prof. Alexandre Persat) Français
- Hugo Cui, «Statistical physics of multi-layer neural networks» (EDPY, Prof. Lenka Zdeborová) Français
- Sina Shahmoradi, «Teacher Orchestration of Child-Robot Interaction» (EDRS, Pierre Dillenbourg) English
- Tatjana Milojevic, «Future Changes in Dynamics of Extreme Precipitation and Dry Periods in Swiss Alps and Consequences for Hydropower Production Optimization» (EDCE EPLFInnovators, Prof. Michael Lehning) English
- Veronika Cencen, «Exploration of Factors Influencing Clathrin-Mediated Endocytosis using Atomic Force Microscopy» (EDBB, Prof. Fantner) English
- Sascha Nick, «Inequality, Sustainable Consumption, and Societal Transition Pathways» (EDCE, Prof. Philippe Thalmann) English
- Stefania Bertella, «Design and extraction of multifunctional lignins for material application» (EDCH, Jeremy Luterbacher) English
- General public
- Service de promotion des sciences / Science Outreach Departement