La journée franco-suédoise de la recherche (JFSR) est de retour en 2019 pour sa 22ième édition. Le thème de cette année est : Interdisciplinary studies, opening further perspectives for research.

L’évènement aura lieu à la Résidence de France, le Palais Broms, le 25 novembre 2019. Cette journée est gratuite et est ouverte à tous les chercheurs, étudiants ou passionnés, mais il est nécessaire de vous inscrire en cliquant ici.

Les invités d’honneurs sont Marie Côte, coordinatrice de recherche à la « mission pour les initiatives transverses et interdisciplinaires/MITI » du CNRS et Catherine Jeandel, directrice de recherche au CNRS au laboratoire d’études en géophysique et océanographie spatiales (LEGOS) à Toulouse.

Ceux qui le souhaitent sont invités à présenter leur travail, en lien avec le thème de l’année (poster ou présentation). Pour plus d’information, contactez : yves.poncon@diplomatie.gouv.fr.

Programme :

  • 09.00 : Welcoming coffee – Welcome words
  • 09.30 : Developing interdisciplinary research within the CNRS, Marie Côte, CNRS – Mission for the transverse and interdisciplinary initiatives
  • 10.00 : Development of interdisciplinarity at the university of Toulouse, from academic training to researchCatherine Jeandel, Toulouse University / CNRS LEGOS (Laboratory of studies on Spatial Geophysics and Oceanography)
  • 10.30 : Break
  • 10.45 : Prof. Jan Gulliksen, KTH – Vice president for Digitalisation
  • 11.15 : Panel on an interdisciplinary studies: Marie Côte, Catherine Jeandel and Jan Gulliksen, moderated by Bertrand Pauget, senior lecturer at Karlstad university
  • 12.15 : Lunch
  • 13.15 : Session posters
  • 13.45 : Short talks
  • 15.00 : Break
  • 15.15 : Short talks
  • 16.45 : Visit of the Residence in augmented reality
  • 17.00-18.30 : Mingle & Cocktail

 

Short talks:

  • 13:45     Lena Maria Nilsson, co-Director at Vaartoe, the Sami Research Centre at Ume university: Sami research from a multidisciplinary perspective
  • 14:00     Stanley Greenstein, Researcher and lecturer at the Department of Law, Stockholm University: A multidisciplinary approach to the law
  • 14:15     Mark Rutland, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • 14:30     Tae Hoon Kim, KTH: Past lessons for future nuclear power in the age of green energy transition
  • 14:45     Bo Cederwall, Professor of Physics Nuclear Physics at KTH:  Fundamental Nuclear Physics at the service of Society: fighting nuclear terrorists and the proliferation of nuclear weapons
  • 15:15     Guillaume Chapron, SLU, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, The role of law in conserving large predators
  • 15:30     Mario Romero, KTH:  Sensing, modeling, and visualizing the quality of air in hospital rooms
  • 15:45     Jerme Lamartine, professor of Genetics at the University of Lyon I: Toward a predictive method of individual sensitivity to ionizing radiations
  • 16:00     Lucie Delemotte, SciLifeLab, Stockholm: Using computer simulations to understand how membrane proteins work
  • 16:15     Edouard Pesquet, research director and associate-professor at Stockholm University: Plant evolutionary conquest of land a tale of death and cooperation
  • 16:30     Arvind Kumar, KTH: Neural coding in the cerebellum

Posters:

  • Alexandre Dewez, HEC/ Stockholm School of Economics / Sorbonne University         
  • Ma Li, senior lecturer and associate professor,Department of Special Education, Stockholm University
  • Mauricio Lopez Obando , SLU, Plant biology and evolution
  • Hithesh K Gatty, Uppsala University, A novel miniaturized electrokinetic sensor applicable for biomarker detection
  • Yves Rybarczyk, Dalarna University, Traffic and land-use based modeling of PM2.5 in high elevation complex terrain city
  • Bertrand Pauget, Karlstad University, The virtuous circle of a transdisciplinary research
  • Sven Hort, Arkiv publishing house (Lund),
  • Anushree Sanyal, SLU

 

Presentations are available for download on request to science@institutfrancais-suede.com.