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CRI Research Symposium

CRI Research Symposium

We are happy to invite you to the fifth CRI Research Symposium! Join us for the 10 exciting talks, covering a broad range of interdisciplinary topics in life, digital, and learning sciences.

The event will be held via zoom :

See full schedule below.

The symposium is part of the slection process for the CRI Research Call for team leaders, and will be done in presence of the CRI Research Scientific Advisory Board (SAB, see here). The questions from the audience will be possible, via chat, but the preference will be given to the questions from the SAB.

14:15 – 16:15 Session I

Oleksandra Poquet (University of South Australia): Informing and Designing Interventions that Support Metacognition and Ownership of Social Learning Online

Marwa El Zein (University College London): The role of group affiliation in learning and cooperating during collective decisions.

Pedro Ramaciotti Morales (Sciences Po): Algorithmically mediated digital public spaces: explainability, consequences, and design of AI for complex social systems

Isabel Alves (University of Nantes): The evolution of aging: the role of antagonistic pleiotropy

16:15 – 16:30 Break

16:30 – 18:30 Session II

Faranak Farzan (Simon Fraser University): A Novel Collaborative Framework for Intelligent Digital Identification and Treatment of Depression (FINDIT-D)

Andreas Mayer (Princeton University): Towards a quantitative theory of immune dynamics

Valeria Romano (University of Alicante): Protecting primate species as a tool for promoting sustainable development in the tropics

Vincent Libis (The Rockefeller University): Achieving linear returns in natural product discovery through synthetic biology

18:30 – 18:45 Break

18:45 – 19:45 Session III

Aude Bernheim (INSERM): Exploring the Prokaryotic-Eukaryotic Conservation of Antiviral immunity: from bacterial immune systems to novel antiviral drugs

Samuel Alizon (CNRS): Menstrual cups use, sexually transmitted infections, and the vaginal environment