Ten Young Researchers Awarded the L’Oréal-Unesco Young Talents Prize
Ten young researchers from Sorbonne University have received the L'Oréal-UNESCO Young Talent Prize for Women and Science.
Since its creation in 2007, this program has identified and rewarded young female doctoral and post-doctoral researchers engaged in fields as varied as medicine, biology, astronomy, chemistry, physics or computer science.
This year, 35 young researchers received this award from the selection jury of the Academy of Sciences, for the excellence in their career.
Among them, ten studied at Sorbonne University or work in our research teams. We congratulate them!
- Najate Ait-Ali, post-doctoral fellow at the Vision Institute (Sorbonne University, Inserm, CNRS)
- Ada Altieri, post-doctoral fellow at the physics laboratory of the École normale supérieure (PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne University, University of Paris)
- Léa Bonnefoy, doctoral student at the laboratory for space studies and instrumentation in astrophysics (Paris Observatory - PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne University, University of Paris) and at the Atmospheres, Environments, Spatial Observations Laboratory, the Pierre and Simon Laplace Institute (Sorbonne University , University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, CNRS)
- Sarah Lamaison, PhD student at the Biological Process Chemistry Laboratory (Collège de France - PSL, Sorbonne University, CNRS, Jaramillo Lab, Stanford University)
- Lucie Leboulleux, post-doctoral fellow at the Laboratory for Space Studies and Instrumentation in Astrophysics (Paris Observatory - PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne University, University of Paris)
- Mathilde Legrand, doctoral student at the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics, (Sorbonne University, CNRS, Inserm)
- Johanne Ling, alumna of Sorbonne University (Faculty of Science and Engineering) and doctoral student at the Institute of chemistry for life and health sciences (Chimie ParisTech - PSL, Sorbonne University)
- Valentine Meunier, alumna of Sorbonne University (Faculty of Science and Engineering) and doctoral student in the Tropical Marine Ecology Laboratory of the Pacific and Indian Oceans (Research Institute for Development, University of Reunion, Ifremer, CNRS, University of New Caledonia)
- Marie-Morgane Paumard, alumna at Sorbonne University (Faculty of Science and Engineering) and doctoral student at ETIS (INFORMATION PROCESSING and Systems Teams (CNRS, ENSEA, CY Cergy Paris University)
- Gaëlle Rondepierre, doctoral student in the Soft Matter Science and Engineering Laboratory (ESPCI Paris - PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne University) and in the Physico-Chemistry of Complex Interfaces Laboratory (studies and research center of Lacq, Total)
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In addition to a scholarship, these laureates whose work contributes to building a sustainable and more inclusive world, will benefit from a leadership training program to complement their scientific training.
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