The workshop, set in Sèvres (near Paris), assembles free spirited students and researchers from broad scientific backgrounds to conceive creative projects at the interface with Life Sciences. This year combined newcomer students of the FdV PhD program, 2nd year AIV and Foster master program, and hosted students of the 1st year AIV and Foster master programs on Friday. The CIRP workshop provides the primary basis for collegiality and communication through dialogue and brainstorming on open questions in Life Sciences.
Aims of the workshop: :
– To be able to focus on an important scientific question and to define the means to approach it from different disciplines
– To be able to zoom out (have a broader view) and zoom in (be precise and define the key experiments)
– To think and express your ideas more clearly.
– To gain confidence in your ideas.
– To be able to discuss, reject or accept ideas.
– To learn to take constructive scientific criticisms
– To learn how to write a research proposal.
– To discuss scientific questions thoroughly.
– To learn to interact with people from different backgrounds.