MT180: the portraits of the finalists and winners of the 2020 edition of Université Paris-Saclay

Research Article published on March 13 2020 , Updated on March 19 2020

The final of My thesis in 180 seconds competition of Université Paris-Saclay took place this Thursday, March 12 at La Terrasse in Gif-sur-Yvette. The 13 doctoral students participating in this 2020 edition did not fail and their performances were warmly applauded. At the end of the evening, Mathis Duguet (Jury Prize and Audience Prize) and Eugénie Brasier (2nd Jury Prize) were the winners and will compete in the national semi-final in Paris (initially scheduled between April 2-4, but dates and modalities are to be reconfirmed).  In the meantime, find the portraits of our winners and finalists, and their thesis... in 180 words or so!

 

THE WINNERS

 

Mathis Duguet​​​​​
 
Eugénie Brasier

 

THE OTHER FINALISTS

 

Yvenn Amara-Ouali
Yvenn Amara-Ouali
Pauline Aubert
Pauline Aubert
Zeineb Chakrab
Zeineb Chakrab
Alice Delmer
Alice Delmer
Valentin Drouet
Valentin Drouet
Larissa Fossi-Djembi
Larissa Fossi-Djembi
Maëlle Gouton
Maëlle Gouton
Floriane Grollau
Floriane Grollau
Elise Herardot
Elise Herardot
Ombeline Labaune
Ombeline Labaune
Olivier Lévêque
Olivier Lévêque