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11/07/17 Workshop Projets Étendard LabEx NUMEV

Workshop projets Étendard LabEx NUMEV 

11 Juillet de 8h45 à 12h30

Amphithéâtre Jean-Jacques Moreau, Campus Saint Priest, Bâtiment 2

 

 

 

 

Le LabEx NUMEV organise un workshop autour de ses Projets Étendards labellisés en 2016. Ces projets ont la vocation de structurer la communauté scientifique du site de Montpellier dans la thématique du LabEx NUMEV.

Au travers de ses projets étendard, l'objectif du LabEx NUMEV est de contribuer aux grandes évolutions scientifiques, techniques et économiques aux interfaces du domaine MIPS (Mathématiques, Informatique, Physique et Systèmes) et de l'agronomie, l'Environnement, le Vivant et la Santé

 

Le workshop est ouvert à tous, inscription gratuite mais obligatoire AVANT LE 4 JUILLET : S’inscrire ici

 

Programme :

 

8h45 : Accueil café

 

9h00 : Ouverture du workshop - Direction Labex NUMEV

 

9h15-10h15 : Franck Nicoud (IMAG), Manouk Abkarian (CBS), Simon Mendez (IMAG)

Modeling Blood flow: RheoBlood - federates academic, clinical or industrial teams whose ambition is to develop a blood constituent model. Recent results suggest that any pathological change in plasma composition, RBC cytosol viscosity or membrane mechanical properties will affect the onset of the morphological transitions and should play a central role in pathological blood rheology and flow behavior. RheoBlood aims to make Montpellier a major site in the description of blood flows, in terms of research, training and transfer to the clinical and industrial worlds.

 

10h15-11h15 : L. Lapierre (LIRMM), B. Mohamadi (IMAG), R. Zapata (LIRMM)

An underneath robotic journey, karst exploration: ALEYIN - ALEYIN aims to design an autonomous system (underwater robotics) to explore karstic environments to understand the current resurgences, the state of water resources, to have a unique mapping of the current karstic networks and to provide a decision-making tool for public authorities. This project brings together 5 laboratories with the scientific ambition of being one of the leaders in karstic exploration. This year the first experiment in a real karstic environment has been realized providing a dynamic cartography of the karst network.

11h15 : Pause-café

 

11h30-12h30 E. Rivals (LIRMM), J. Palmeri (L2C)

Information fueled biophysical models for the control of gene expressions: GEM - Gene expression is a key mechanism to understand basic biological mechanisms such as cell differentiation. It plays an important role in understanding pathologies such as cancer. The transcription of DNA into RNA and the translation of RNA into proteins are both molecular and systemic. This project brings together 5 laboratories (Physics, Biology-Health, Computer Sciences and Mathematics) in order to establish a new community in Montpellier centered on modern quantitative genomics applied to medical sciences and to develop multidisciplinary training programs at the University of Montpellier.

 

12h30 Buffet

 

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