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An award in Process Engineering

Ms Zaineb Trad, University of Clermont Auvergne PhD in 2016, student from the Institut Pascal, obtained the 2017 Thesis Prize from the Committee for the Development of Process Engineering in the Rhône Alpes Region (CODEGEPRA), for her works on the analysis experimental and numerical simulation for the extrapolation of a bioreactor for the production of 2nd generation biohydrogen.

This award recognizes young PhDs who contribue significantly to the discipline of Process Engineering. It will be given to her at the next scientific day of the association on November 16th at the Bourget du Lac (Technolac scientific campus, Polytech' Annecy Chambéry / LOCIE).

Institut Pascal in micro-gravity

Lucie POULET, Institut Pascal Phd Student, Axis GePeb, participated in a scientific parabolic flight in an A310 plane. The aim of this experiment is to study the growth mechanisms of plants at different gravity levels to use them for food production, air renewal and water recycling in future manned space missions.

A talk show during UCA "Big Bang" event

Maha ISSAOUI, Institut Pascal PhD at TGI axis, participated in the "BIG BANG" event on October 3rd, 2017 in Clermont-Ferrand, organized by the University Clermont Auvergne to mark its first re-entry.

Maha commented on her thesis work on "Elastography by shear waves: clinical applications in ultrasound during pregnancy". She adressed also more general topics as freedom of expression through her role as an activist during the Tunisian revolution and the place of women in science as an ambassador for the program "For girls and science" of L'Oréal Foundation.

ICDSC 2017 best paper award

The title of "Best PhD Forum Paper ICDSC 2017-USA" was awarded to Lobna Ben KHALIFA for her paper "LobNet: a low-specification camera network using Ant-Cam".
The paper presents a network of so-called stupid cameras named. Each camera is limited in resolution (30x30 pixels) and in embedded processing capacity. The strength of this project lies in the ability to communicate these sensors to each other with the objective of monitoring people in an environment covered by the network.

TGI scientific day on Sept. 22th

On September 22th, 2017, the first Scientific Day of the TGI (Image Therapy) axis of Institut Pascal was organized with participation of the TechMed Clinical Research axis. In a changing political and scientific context, trough small talking, Researchers, Physicians and Pharmacists exchanged about their respective activities around Living, Technology and Research.

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