International PhD contracts 2014-2015

International PhD contracts 2014-2015

In 2014 and 2015, USPC recruited it’s best foreign students from around the world to support the scientific projects carried out by USPC’s teams, notably with regard to the international dimension of such projects. Twenty PhD students in 2014 and 28 in 2015 were therefore recruited following a competitive exam and a panel interview. The candidates were awarded a three-year contract. In 2015, thanks to the support of the CROUS de Paris, housing was awarded to those who requested it in the Résidence du Chevaleret.

 Distribution by disciplinary centres

Selected candidates

HALL

7

SVS

8

SET

9

SS

4

Total

28

 HALL: Humanities, Arts, Literature and Languages; SVS: Life and Health Sciences; SET: Pure sciences and technology; SS: Social Sciences

List of selected candidates:

ED

Name

Thesis Title

Principal Supervisor

Disciplinary Centre

120

Ms Giulia Biasci The description of the sick body during
the reign of Louis XV
Mr Jean-Paul Sermain

HALL

131

Ms Lee Jinlee The Sanctuary of “Doing Nothing” in Beckett – the space between “nothing” and “less” and his literary energy Ms  Evelyne  Grossman

HALL

131

Ms AlinaShron Education and Empire: classic works of political thought and British history in India in the 19th century Mr Robert Mankin

HALL

132

Ms Chiara Mazzoncini Laughter in interaction. Functions in adults dialogue and development in TD and ASD children. Mr Jonathan Ginzburg

HALL

146

Ms Valéria Palma Onetto Structure, function and evolution of termite exocrine glands Ms David Sillam-Dussès

SDVS

265

Ms Suzanne Van Der Meer Functional-typological grammar of Hadiyaa, a couchitic language of Ethiopia Ms Martine Vanhove

HALL

265

Ms Mirjam Moller Grammatical analysis of Kwa,
an adamawa language of Nigeria
Ms Martine Vanhove

HALL

268

Mr Jacopo d’Alonzo  A marxist theory of origins of human language: TrầnĐứcThảo (1917-1993) Mr Christian Puech

HALL

382

Ms Natalya Yatsenko The teaching of the French language in higher education institutions of the USSR (1956-1985) Ms Sophie Coeure

SSPP

382

Ms Francesca Sanna Evaluating the effort, paying the fatigue: the Bedaux system and the control of workers sufferance in mining industry (1900-1960) Mr Mathieu Arnoux

SSPP

386

Ms PoonehAfsharijo Homologous invariables of arc spaces Mr Hussein Moutarda

SET

386

Mr Luca Reggio Duality theory for first-order logic Ms Mai Gherke

SET

386

Mr Andrea Bondesan Kinetic and fluid models of mixtures, numerical and asymptotic analysis Mr Sébastien Martin

SET

388

Mr Claudio Cometto Electrochemical and Photochemical Reduction of CO2 to help complexes of abundant transition metals Mr Marc Robert

SET

388

Ms Nancy de JesùsFlorexMartìnez Magnetic contrasted hetero-nanostructures: oxide nanoparticles prepared using soft chemistry with permanent magnets Ms SouadAmmar-Merah

SET

393

Mr Anthony Herzig Study of the Genetic Component of Complex Characters in an Isolated Population Ms Anne-Louise Leutenegger

SDVS

400

Ms Inés Delgado Rodrìguez Study of the use of space-time diagrams to improve the ability of students to conceptualize kinematics Ms Cécile de Hosson

SET

493

Mr Ludwig List Why does Income Distribution Matter /De l’importance de la répartition des revenus Mr Dany Lang

SSPP

493

Mr Ravi Kant Tripathi Labour Market during Crisis: Questioning the “German Model” Ms HèlèneZajdela

SSPP

560

Mr Kurama Okubo Earthquakes of the complex plate boundary systems and complex settings Mr HarshaBhat Suresh

SET

560

Mr Brandon Mahan Experimental constraints on the origin of volatile elements on Earth Mr FrédéricMoynier

SET

561

Mme Barbara Moreira Collares The role of the NF-κBRelB sub-family in Diffuse Large Cell Lymphoma Mr Thierry Molina

SDVS

561

Ms Anna Fortuny Gonzalez Histone dynamics in response to DNA damage in heterochromatin areas Ms Sophie Polo

SDVS

561

Mr Manuel Bulfoni Specific Regulation of the Translation of RNAm Localized at the Reticulum Endoplasmic Level by Angel1 Mr Bertrand Cosson

SDVS

562

Ms Dudhal Swati Suresh Muscle stem cell self-renewal: A stressful matter? Muscle cell strains: renewal and stress Ms Ana Ferreiro

SDVS

563

Ms Isabella Bondi Identification of Behaviour and Molecular Markers of Heroine Addiction, from vulnerability Ms Florence Noble

SDVS

563

Mr Nikola Babic Development of Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress in RPE imagery of the Central Nervous System Mr Yves Frapart

SDVS

564

Mr Giorgio Maltese Semiconductor Systems Emitting Hyper-Entangled States for Quantum Information Ms Sara Ducci

SET

Contact College of Doctoral Schools :ced@uspc.fr

From 2016, this system will be replaced by the INSPIRE project, co-financed by the European Union’s H2020 Programme under the Marie Sklodowska Curie grant agreement (no. 665850)