Autonomous vehicles, digital simulation, multimodal transportation, cybersecurity, Smart City, mobility, energy, Blockchain etc, were all present at the first edition of ThesisDay@SystemX!
Throughout the afternoon, our PhD students were in the spotlight to present their research.
Patrice Aknin (Scientific Director, IRT SystemX) and Milena Klasing-Chen (Innovative design project manager, SNCF) opened the event by presenting the Concept-Knowledge method of cogeneration, which enables relationships between science and industry to be structured, especially in the field of theses, in a jointly presented keynote speech.
10 PhD students then took the stage in succession in the exercise called “3 minutes to convince”: inspired from the “My Thesis in 180 seconds” competition, the exercise enabled our PhD students to present their subjects in a mere three minutes. You can see their presentations again here:
- Fallilou Diop (SCE project, GEEPS – CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay) : « Management and planning of an urban electricity grid in an uncertain climate »
- Romain Barbedienne (SIM project, Quartz – SupMeca) : « Extension of SATT to multi-physics to achieve dynamic relative positioning of the components in a complex system »
- Kwami Sossoe (MSM project, Grettia – Ifsttar) : « Modeling multimodal transport systems in large networks »
- Danya Bachir (MSM project, SAMOVAR – Télécom SudParis, Université Paris-Saclay) : « Estimating the trajectory of a user in a multimodal transport network by analyzing the mobile telephone network logs »
- Sophie Dramé-Maigné (MSM project, SAMOVAR – Télécom SudParis, Université Paris-Saclay) : « SySystem for token authorization in distributed systems »
- Niezi Mharsi (STC project, LTCI – Télécom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay) : « Sizing algorithms, allocation and management of resournces in C-RAN (Cloud – Radio Access Network) »
- Omar Dib (MSM project, OPERA – Université de technologie Belfort-Montbéliard) : « Dynamic re-routing of passengers in multimodal transport networks»
- Ouail Al Maghraoui (Chaire Anthropolis, LGI – CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay) : « Urban mobility centred on Man: usage scenarios, users and innovative services »
- Pierre-Marie Bajan (EIC project, SAMOVAR – Télécom SudParis, Université Paris-Saclay) : « Simulating activity and attacks: application to cyber defense »
Some 30 PhD students also presented their own thesis subjects during a posters session.
The afternoon ended with the awards ceremony! And the winners are…
This event was organized in partnership with:
SystemX PhD close up
SystemX allows its doctoral students to specialize in a eld with promise for the future, a er obtaining an engineering or master’s degree. Throughout their theses, they will be in a dynamic environment combining the expertise of professionals from the industrial and academic worlds in the institute’s research projects.
Plunged into the heart of a scienti c and technical community at the leading edge of tomorrow’s techno- logies, they are building up a strong network and are developing unique expertise which will be the key to their professional future.