To stimulate a continuous process of learning and interaction during the week, both among the participants and between the participants and the more advanced scholars, the second part of the afternoon is dedicated to seminars. The participants are divided into small consistent groups (maximum 10 persons per group) based on the topic of their research program and coordinated by a chair who is a specialist in the field. Collective discussion of their research program and of the working papers of most advanced PhDs students enables them to experience the process of the making of science and to benefit from comments and advices from leading scholars in the field (i.e. the morning lecturers and the workshops organizers).
|Libois, François||INRA & Paris School of Economics||link||4|
|Lorenzon, Emmanuel||Université Grenoble-Alpes||link|
|Marty, Frédéric||Université Côté d'Azur||link||2|
|Promsopha, Gwendoline||Université d'Aix-Marseille||link||4|
|Raynaud, Emmanuel||INRAE ACT||link|
|Ropaul, Maiva||LIRAES - Université Paris Descartes||link||3|