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The countdown is on for the Regional Final of My Thesis in 180 Seconds, which will take place on Tuesday 5 March 2024 at 4pm at ENCRE. Eleven brilliant candidates will be vying for the favour of the jury and the public at this exciting event.

Eleven Candidates but only two places!

Armed with their passion, their eloquence and a single slide, their mission will be to captivate the audience in three minutes flat. It's a daring challenge for these lovers of research, but also a great opportunity to showcase their work.

Experience the event online and become a judge

If you can't make it to the final, don't worry! The final will be broadcast live on Facebook Live from the University of Guyana. Whether you are comfortably seated at home or in the audience at the ENCRE, you will be able to follow the live presentations of these exceptional researchers.

This year, you will have the opportunity to take part as a jury and send your favourite candidate to the national semi-final. After listening to the eleven presentations, you'll have the chance to vote for your favourite candidate. Your vote counts, so don't miss this chance to support and vote for your favourite.

Voting couldn't be easier! During the event, a QR Code will be displayed on the screen. Simply scan it to access the voting platform. Choose your candidate and show your support easily. Every vote counts!

Join us, either in person or online, and discover the researchers who will shape the future.

Find out more about our candidates:

Jean-François CAROD

Jean-François CAROD
Discipline : Life and health sciences
Laboratory: CIC1424 Inserm
Research topic :
Cysticercosis in Madagascar: diagnosis, epidemiology and genetics.

Emma KIENY

Emma KIENY
Discipline : Chemistry of materials
Laboratory: UMR EcoFoG
Research topic : Valorisation of extractable compounds from Guyanese trees of various taxonomic ranks, for the development of means of protecting white wood.

emmanuelle-clervil

Emmanuelle CLERVIL
Discipline : Life and health sciences
Laboratory: Institut Pasteur de Guyane
Research topic : Feasibility and acceptability of the Wolbachia method in French Guiana: A plea for an alternative and innovative vector control method

Paul CATHELINEAU

Paul CATHELINEAU
Discipline : Environmental and population biology, ecology
Laboratory: UMR EcoFoG
Research topic : Research topic: Inter- and intra-specific diversity of the biomechanical properties of Amazonian palm fibres in the forest landscapes of French Guiana.

Yaovi TABIOU
Discipline : Organic, inorganic and industrial chemistry
Laboratory: UMR QUALISUD
Research topic : Honeys from French Guiana: Chemical variability and biological activity

Zanélé MSIBI

Zanélé MSIBI
Discipline : Food biotechnology, food science
Laboratory: UMR QUALISUD
Research topic : Impact of unit operations on the functional characteristics of foods from Theobroma cacao and Theobroma grandiflorum species

Inès HOUARI

Inès HOUARI 
Discipline : Chemistry and physical chemistry
Laboratory: USR Mixte LEEISA
Research topic : Exploring the molecular diversity of Guiana's flora using digital chemistry tools and developing extracts.

Ariane ROUJANSKY

Ariane ROUJANSKY
Discipline : Clinical research, technological innovation, public health
Laboratory: UMR TBIP
Research topic : Pathophysiology of infections on transcutaneous equipment: skin dysbiosis and colonisation

Moshen ZARGARANI

Mohsen ZARGARANI
Discipline : Electrical engineering
Laboratory: UMR ESPACE-DEV
Research topic : Machine learning methods applied to the prediction of faults in photovoltaic systems

Thibault LAFFARGUE

Thibault LAFFARGUE
Discipline : Environmental and population biology, ecology
Laboratory: USR Mixte LEEISA
Research topic : The role of the microbiome in explaining the success of invasive species

Prospere GUIDIGAN

Prosper Francis GUIDIGAN-ZINSOU
Discipline : Management sciences
Laboratory: UR MINEA
Research topic : Determinants of the organisational sustainability of family SMEs in French Guiana: comparative prospects in Senegal.

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