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Vice Presidents
Serge Fdida, vice-président Développement international

Vice President of International Development: Serge Fdida

Serge Fdida is a Professor of Computer Science at the Faculty of Science and Engineering of Sorbonne University. His field of research covers Internet technologies and architectures. He continues to coordinate several European and international research programmes on these themes. He also has extensive experience in technology transfer and enhancement. He was the director of a joint laboratory with Thales, co-founder of Qosmos and vice president of the national telecommunications research network. He has held several positions as a research director or evaluator within the CNRS, INRIA or other international bodies. He was successively Vice President in charge of Europe and then International Partnerships from 2012 to 2017.

Vice President for Europe: Véronique Perdereau

Véronique Perdereau is a Professor of Robotics at the Faculty of Science and Engineering of Sorbonne University. She headed several master's degree specialties from 2004 to 2017 and the academic commission of the Sorbonne University Institute of Health Engineering from 2014 to 2017. She has been very involved in KIC Santé (EIT Health) since 2015, and she is also the Education Director for France and responsible for Masters and PhDs for Europe. She conducts research in robotics at the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR: Sorbonne University /CNRS). She coordinated the European HANDLE project from 2009 to 2013 for which she received the Étoiles de l’Europe award in 2014.

Véronique Perdereau, vice-présidente Europe
Marie-Céline Daniel, vice-présidente Formation tout au long de la vie et vice-présidente de la Commission Formation et Vie Universitaire (CFVU)

Vice President for Lifelong Learning and Vice-President of the Commission on Training and University Life (CFVU): Marie-Céline Daniel

Marie-Céline Daniel is an academic researcher in British civilisation at the Faculty of Arts of Sorbonne University. She has been teaching since 2007 at the faculty of English studies. She works on the circulation of political ideas and printed books between France and England in the sixteenth century. After having been deputy director of her UFR for three years and task officer de mission to the presidency for the preparation of the five-year contract, she was elected vice-president of the CFVU of the Academic Council and is head of lifelong learning.

Vice President for Digital: Benjamin Thierry

Benjamin Thierry is an academic researcher in contemporary history at the Faculty of Arts of the Sorbonne University. He has been in charge of the development of the Moocs since 2015. His research focuses on the history of computerisation and the development of digital cultures from the 1950s to the present day (business, uses, education and research) within French, European and North American societies.

Benjamin Thierry, vice-président Numérique
Philippe Lebaron, vice-président chargé des Partenariats économiques

Vice President for Economic Partnerships: Philippe Lebaron

Philippe Lebaron is a Professor of Microbiology and Marine Ecology at the Faculty of Science and Engineering of Sorbonne University. His research field mainly covers ecology and microbial biotechnologies. He has coordinated and participated in many European research projects in this field. He has years of experience of public-private partnerships: he chaired the ANR LabCom programme until 2018 for the creation of joint public-private laboratories. 

He was head of the Oceanological Observatory of Banyuls-sur-mer between 2005 and 2015 and played a major role in the creation and coordination of the Parliament of the Sea in the Occitan Region.

Vice President for Heritage, Infrastructure, Accessibility and Sustainable Development: Dominique Pateron

Dominique Pateron is a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the Sorbonne University. Specialised in emergency medicine, he is head of the emergency department at the Saint-Antoine hospital and head of the Emergency-Avalanche unit at the University Hospitals of Eastern Paris Group.
After having been assistant registrar at the Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP), he was appointed university professor - hospital practitioner (PU-PH) at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris XIII in 2000 and then at Pierre and Marie Curie University in 2006. He was President of the French Society of Emergency Medicine (2010-2011) and has been President of the Professional College of Emergency Medicine since 2015.
He is a member of CNU subsection 4805 of Emergency Medicine.

Dominique Pateron, vice-président Patrimoine, infrastructures, accessibilité et développement durable
Stéphanie Bonneau, vice-présidente Personnels, égalité professionnelle et diversité

Vice President for Personnel, Professional Equality and Diversity: Stéphanie Bonneau

A biophysicist, Stéphanie Bonneau prepared her thesis at the National Museum of Natural History in the Claude Hélène laboratory, and then worked in the Cellular Neurophysics Laboratory of the Saints-Pères University Centre. A Professor of physics at Sorbonne University, she has been conducting research at the Jean Perrin laboratory since 2012. She is interested in the dynamics and non-equilibrium maintenance of biological systems.

After heading the Department of Studies of the Master's degree in Fundamental Physics and Applications from 2010 to 2015, she created the UPMC Master's degree programme in Engineering Physics. Her involvement in the community also led her to take on responsibilities within the Physics department, of which she was a member of the board until January 2018. From 2009 to 2017, she was a member of the Scientific Council of the department, and sat on its Personnel Commission from 2013 to 2017.

Vice President for Research, Innovation and Open Science and Vice President of the Research Committee: Nathalie Drach-Temam

Nathalie Drach-Temam is Professor of Computer Science at the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Sorbonne University.  After working at the Université de Rennes 1, the Université de Paris-Sud and the INRIA, she joined Pierre and Marie Curie University in 2004. She set up and led the ALSOC team at the Paris 6 Computer Science Laboratory (LIP6: Sorbonne University /CNRS) from 2006 to 2011. Vice-President in charge of professional integration and student life from 2012 to 2016, she was Vice-President in charge of training and professional integration from 2016 to the end of 2017.

Nathalie Drach-Temam, vice-présidente Recherche, innovation et science ouverte et vice-présidente de la Commission recherche
Stéphane Chauvier, vice-président Ressources et suivi des contrats d'objectifs et de moyens (COM)

Vice President for Resources and oversight of contracts for objectives and means (COM): Stéphane Chauvier

Stéphane Chauvier is a Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities at Sorbonne University. She was a member of the Board of Directors and Vice President of Resources and Human Resources of Paris-Sorbonne from 2012 to 2017.

Vice President for Science, Culture and Society: Annick Clément

Annick Clément is a Professor of Pediatrics at the Faculty of Medicine of Sorbonne University and Head of the Pediatric Pulmonology Department at Trousseau Hospital. She created a joint research structure (Sorbonne University /Inserm) on rare lung diseases in 2002 and is the national coordinator of the health sector and the reference centre for rare respiratory diseases, with research and education missions since 2014. She was a member of the Vice presidency for Research at Pierre and Marie Curie University from 2012 to 2017.

Annick Clément, vice-présidente Science, culture et société
Claire Stolz, vice-présidente Vie étudiante et vie de campus et vice-présidente du Conseil d’administration

Vice President for Student and Campus Life and Vice President of the Board of Directors: Claire Stolz

Claire Stolz is an academic researcher in modern and contemporary French at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the Sorbonne University. A specialist in the stylistics and rhetoric of the contemporary novel, she has been co-head of the Textyle research group since 2008. Deputy Director of the French language department since 2012, and the leader of an IDEX project for French as a Foreign Language (FFL), she co-directs the inter-university service for language learning (SIAL). For Paris-Sorbonne University, she was member of the scientific council from 2008 to 2012, of the board of directors from 2012 to 2016, of the education and university life commission from 2016 to 2017, she was an education delegate for disability, health and social affairs within the student life department from 2012 to 2017.

Student Vice President of the Academic Council: Bérangère Poncet



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