Institut Pascal’s Team and Board of Directors
The team at Institut Pascal consists of six people who are devoted to working within the institute either full-time or part-time.
Stéphanie Hessing is the Administrative Director and works for the Institute full-time. She participates in the setting of the Institute's objectives and is responsible for the financial and administrative management.
Karolina Kolodziej shares her time between Institut Pascal and the LMTMS Laboratory. She coordinates the programs that take place at IPa and assists the directors with different administrative tasks.
Emmanuelle works for IPa full-time. She is in charge of the conception and development of the CMS (Content Management System) that will interface the demands of the visitors with the requests from Université Paris-Saclay to deliver access to its different facilities and assist the program participants during their stay at IPA.
Sabrina Soccard joined the IPa-team february 2019. With Sabrina, the Institut Pascal will be ready to welcome all the various programs planned for the next coming year, since she'll support in both the administrative tasks as well as in the organisation of those events. Sabrina works full-time, except for the Wednesdays.
Denis Ullmo, the IPa Director, ensures the management of all the means at the disposal of the Institute. He is responsible for the assignment of all personnel that join the research unit, as well as for all resources allocated to members of the research unit by third parties. He is responsible for the health and safety of people employed within the institute. The Director of IPa chairs the Scientific Council.
For these two missions, the Director is assisted by the two deputy-Directors and by the Administrative Director.
The two deputy-Directors of IPa are: Yves Balkanski, engineer researcher at CEA, and Jacques Bittoun, University Professor - Inpatient practitioner of Biophysics and Nuclear Medicine at Paris-Sud University, and Director of Institut Joliot at CEA.
You can contact the team at : Institut-Pascal@universite-paris-saclay.fr