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25 Jul 2018
MOPGA: 7 Agreenium members welcome 15 award winners of the 4 calls for projects
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154 foreign students and researchers among more than 2,000 applicants are the award winners of the 4 calls for projects launched in the fields of earth system sciences, climate change, sustainability and energy transition.

14 will be hosted in master programmes, short stay and post-doctoral programmes, in 3 agronomy schools and 4 research  institutes, members of Agreenium: AgroParisTech, Agrocampus Ouest, Montpellier SupAgro, INRA, Irstea, CIRAD, and Anses.

Laureates for Master's programmes

Nicolas ANDRIALOVANIRINA (Madagascar)

Diploma in Agricultural Engineering - Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences (1st and 2nd year)

Agrocampus West- Rennes

Sebastian CORVALAN BASULTO (Chile)

Master Sciences, technologies, health "mention Agrosciences", environnement, territory, landscape, forest "parcours Transition", Environment, Agriculture (TEAM) (1st and 2nd year)

Agrocampus West- Rennes

Ndèye Awa DIA (Senegal)

Master of Science and Technology in Agriculture, Food and Environment (2nd year)

SupAgro Montpellier

Yannick Norbert DIOP (Senegal)

Master of Science and Technology in Agriculture, Food and Environment, "parcours ressources", Agricultural Systems and Development (RESAD) (1st and 2nd year)

SupAgro Montpellier

Complete list of award winners for Masters programmes

List of award winners for short stays

Jennifer MICHEL (Germany) 

Soil carbon priming across contrasting treelines 

Joint Research Unit on the "Prairial" Ecosystem - INRA 

Sutisa KHEMPAKA (Thailand) 

Protein expression in uterine fluid of fast and slow growing broiler breeder strains facing acute heat stress 

Physiology of reproduction and behaviour - François Rabelais University - INRA 

Diana MARIN EDERRA (Spain) 

Evaluation of hydraulic properties and vascular connections at the scion level of different graft x rootstock combinations for Vitis
University of Clermont - Auvergne - INRA 

Sega NDAO (Senegal) 

Estimates of enteric methane emission factor from Ndama Cattle 

Mediterranean and Tropical Livestock Systems - CIRAD Montpellier 

Lalaina RANAIVOSON (Madagascar) 

Effects of cropping systems on improving rainfed rice production by modelling approach 

Agroecology and sustainable intensification of annual crops - CIRAD - Montpellier 

Tionhonkele Drissa SORO (Ivory Coast) 

Spatio-temporal analysis of bushfires dynamics in a West African country with fire hazard: the case of Côte d'Ivoire 

Territories, Environment, Remote Sensing and Space Information, Agro ParisTech - Paris

Jennifer SWENSON (United States) 

Bridging radar and multispectral remote sensing to predict climate change impacts on forest ecosystems 

 Soil Plant Interaction Atmosphere - INRA 

Jeremy WEISS (United States) 

Improved Understanding of Changes in Tardive Frosts for Orchards and Vineyards through Analysis of Corresponding Synoptic Weather Patterns
Agroclim - INRA - Avignon 

Complete list of short stay programs

Nuria CID (Spain) 

A Metacommunity framework in intermittent rivers for adapting ecosystem assessments to climate change (METADAPT)
Institut National de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l'Environnement et l'Agriculture - RiverLy Research Unit 

Simone TOSI (Italy) 

Honey bee health: the effects of regulatory policies across two continents 

ANSES - Unit of Honeybee Pathology - Sophia Antipolis 

Complete list of post-doctoral program winners

Make Our Planet Great Again is an initiative of the President, Emmanuel Macron, launched on June 1, 2017 following the decision of the United States to leave the Paris Climate Agreement. It is a call to researchers and teachers, entrepreneurs, associations and NGOs, students and all civil society to mobilize and join France in the fight against global warming.

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