My IVADO project in 180 seconds – 2022 edition

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Review the presentations of our two finalists of the 2021 edition, Chloé Bourquin and Brice Rauby!

Language

Bilingual event.

Description

IVADO and its Intersectoral Student Committee are challenging the student community to tell the story of their research project in 180 seconds! In the same vein as the Acfas competition “My Thesis in 180 seconds“, this is the perfect opportunity for participants to practice communicating to the general public, to make their research known, and to share their passion. For the public, it is a unique opportunity to discover in one evening the variety of projects that flourish within our ecosystem.

Registration to attend the presentations

Anyone interested in science popularization and artificial intelligence is welcome to attend the presentations.

Register before March 29, 2022

Program

Monday, March 14, 2022 – 10 a.m. to noon, online

On March 14, the training workshop Communicating your research with style in 3 minutes, offered by the Youtube artist Viviane Lalande (Scilabus), will be offered to all. Participation in this event is strongly suggested for those who will be presenting their projects on March 29, but not mandatory.

To register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtduyprT0iHNL0oWnGWNAwUStfVPhgfts3

Tuesday, March 29, 2022 – 4:30 pm to 8 pm at MC Hall, 3715 Av. Lacombe, Montreal, subject to health conditions

A drink and a poutine bar (vegetarian options available) will be offered to those attending.

4:30-5pm Welcome

5:00-5:10 pm Presentation and introductory remarks by IVADO

5:10-5:30 pm Conference ” The importance of science communication, the relationship between journalists and researchers and how to be an agent of change as a student ” by Sophie-Andrée Blondin, host of the Les années lumière radio show (ICI Radio-Canada)

5:30-6:30 pm Student presentations

Mélanie Sagniez – Doctorat en Biochimie et médecine moléculaire (Université de Montréal)
Title: Vers un diagnostic ultra-rapide des leucémies pédiatriques

Ève Campeau-Poirier – Maîtrise en Physique (Université de Montréal)
Title: Mesurer le taux d’expansion de l’univers à l’aide de l’apprentissage automatique  

Mohammed Abda – Doctorat en Génie mécanique (Polytechnique Montréal)
Title: Digital twins of fluid-structure interaction systems based on artificial intelligence and physics   

Claudie Ratté-Fortin – Postdoctorat en Sciences de la décision (HEC Montréal)
Title: L’intelligence artificielle au service de l’environnement 

Maximilien Gaudette – Maîtrise en Sciences des données (HEC Montréal)
Title: Interopérabilité des systèmes en agriculture verticale au Québec

Patricia Gautrin – Doctorat en Philosophie (Université de Montréal)
Title: Les vertus technomorales permettent-elles d’entraîner les algorithmes à bien agir ? Analyse de la proposition de Shannon Vallor en roboéthique.

Myriam Prasow-Émond – Maîtrise en Physique (Université de Montréal)
Title: À la recherche d’exoplanètes en environnements extrêmes

Alex Hernandez-Garcia – Postdoctorat au DIRO (Université de Montréal)
Title: Accelerating material discovery with artificial intelligence

Soufiane Ifadir – Maîtrise en Sciences de la decision (HEC Montréal)
Title: Estimate The Cumulative Distribution Function with Wavelets

Sacha Morin – Maîtrise au DIRO (Université de Montréal)
Title: Monocular Robot Navigation with Vision Transformers

Antoine Boudreau Leblanc – Doctorat en Bioéthique (Université de Montréal)
Title: Bioéthique des écosystèmes : le cas d’une gouvernance collaborative des données et des connaissances entre médecine, agriculture et écologie

Francis Banville – Doctorat en Sciences biologiques (Université de Montréal)
Title: Interactions entre espèces : une histoire d’écologie et de hasard

Norma Rocio Forero Muñoz – Doctorat en Sciences biologiques (Université de Montréal)
Title: Machine Learning applied to Disease Ecology

Elodie Deschaintres – Doctorat en Génies civil, géologique et des mines (Polytechnique Montréal)
Title: Complémentaires ou compétitifs? Mieux comprendre les interactions entre les modes de transport

Lucas Lehnert – Postdoctorat au DIRO (Université de Montréal)
Title: Composing Representations to Perform Visual Abstract Reasoning Tasks

Consult the complete description of the student presentations

6:30-8:00 pm Closing remarks, awards ceremony and networking

Organized by

The IVADO team, in collaboration with the IVADO intersectoral student committee.