Created in 2005, this prize is awarded each year to a student of the Life and Health Sciences doctoral school.
Its purpose is to reward the excellence of research work carried out as part of a thesis. This prize is intended as a recognition of Monique Garnier-Semancik's enthusiasm and talent for research. The beneficiary will be invited to present his/her work during the scientific day of the doctoral school.
The prize will be presented to him/her on this occasion, namely a certificate attesting to the Monique Garnier-Semancik Prize and a check in the amount of €1000 from a donation by Professor Joe Semancik.
The l'Oréal-UNESCO For Women and Science Prize
Created in 2007, the L'Oréal-UNESCO Young Talent France For Women in Science Program aims to promote and support the involvement of young women in scientific research. This program identifies and rewards talented young women researchers in the life and environmental sciences, material sciences, mathematics, computer and information sciences, engineering and technology.
The winning doctoral students will each receive an endowment of €15,000. Doctoral candidates must be enrolled in a French doctoral school and in a research laboratory in metropolitan France or in the French overseas territories.
The winning post-doctoral students will each receive an endowment of €20,000. Post-doctoral candidates must work in a laboratory or research institute in metropolitan France or in the French overseas territories.
The ambition of the Aerospace Valley cluster is to increase employment on its territory in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems. The Cluster enables those who have an idea or the will to participate in a cooperative project to benefit from a network of professionals and members who supervise, structure and put them in touch with potential partners. With an international outlook, the community proposes the development of projects in countries that are promising for the sector. Each year, 3 prizes, each with a prize of €3,000, are awarded to doctors who have completed their thesis at a doctoral school in one of the cluster's regions (New Aquitaine and Occitania) on a theme related.
Since 2019, the Cour de Comptes awards a prize of €5,000 and, if necessary, a special prize of €2,000, will be given on the basis of the deliberations of a jury associating magistrates and high-level academics.