Our People, Our Strength | Science & Engineering
Reality is always more complicated than the idea we have of it, but it is more exciting to study.
Marine biogeochemist and committed advocate for making science accessible
Helping young people become aware of how the ocean works is a prerequisite for shaping them into enlightened citizens who understand the issues at stake and the decisions necessary to protect it.
Theophilus Yoel Wiryanto
A Double Major in Mechanics and Electronics, Electrical Energy, Automation
Nothing is impossible for those who persevere!
Sorbonne University Doctor and 2021 Chancellor's Award Recipient
This prize is a real scientific and personal achievement. I am extremely proud and honored to have been selected among the winners of the Chancellery of the Universities of Paris Prize, and I thank my thesis supervisors for their support.
Physicist and Winner of the L'Oréal-Unesco Young Talent Award for Women in Science
Everyone agrees that women should have a place in science, but they remain less present in the highest positions.
Professor of computer science applied to social sciences
I'm not looking to regulate, but to lay the groundwork for good practice in AI.
PhD in molecular biology and co-founder of Labtoo
I have seen how Sorbonne University is recognized worldwide.
Graduate - Master of Science and Environmental Policy
My goal is to make a major societal impact by transforming carpooling into a true public service.
Student in biology-geosciences-chemistry and top-level swimmer
For me, sports gives a balance to my life. I've always been swimming in parallel with my education. I didn't see myself stopping either one.
Nicole El Karoui
Professor Emeritus of Applied Mathematics
Humanity cannot deprive itself of half of its intelligence.