Created in 2007, the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science French Young Talents program aims to promote and support the involvement of young women in scientific research.
For this 14th edition, 686 candidates were evaluated by a committee of 87 experts representing the major research institutions in France and covering a wide variety of disciplines. Following this first phase of evaluation, 109 applications were submitted to a jury composed of leading researchers from the French Academy of sciences. This Jury, composed of 20 members and chaired by Prof. Laure Saint-Raymond, selected 23 doctoral & 12 post-doctoral students to encourage them to pursue a brilliant scientific career. From October 1st, these 35 Young Talents 2020 have joined the community of the 265 researchers rewarded by the French program since its creation.
On October 8, our PhD student Marine MOUSSU will receive the grant and she will give a talk during the french “Journée d’échanges Scientifiques”, Session 2 (14h00 – 17h00).
Her talk ” Electromagnetic modelling of MRI dielectric coils” will be done about 14h30.
These scientific exchanges will be Open Access : Registration on https://echange-scientifique-jeunes-talents-france-2020.canalchat.fr/1/