On Tuesday 8 October, 35 young women researchers received the Young Talent Award from the L'Oréal Foundation, in partnership with UNESCO.
Alice Pellet-Mary is a third year PhD student at the LIP laboratory, under the direction of Pr Damien Stehlé. She is working on program obfuscation in cryptography.
Alizée Dubois is a post-doctoral researcher, under the direction of Pr Elsa Bayart, at Laboratoire de physique in the team "Matter & Complexity". She is passionate about geophysics and is currently working on the normal modes of a dynamic crack front.
Jasmine Viger-Gravel is currently a postdoctoral researcher in Pr Anne Lesage group at CRMN. Her current interest lies in methods development and application of high field and ultra fast MAS dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced NMR to characterize difficult systems such as reactive species in surface organometallic chemistry, and nanocrystals used as electrocatalysts.
For Women in Science
Founded in 1998, the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science partnership was created to recognize and promote women in science. Its program rewards established women scientists whose outstanding achievements have contributed to the advancement of scientific knowledge and of its benefits to society. The program also provides support to promising young women who have already made significant contributions in their scientific fields.