ULYSSES Programme for Research Visits - Results for 2014 [fr]

The Embassy of France in Ireland, and its Irish scientific partner, the Irish Research Council are pleased to announce the selected projects of the 2013 Ulysses programme for research visits between Ireland and France.

The Ulysses Scheme supports collaborations between Irish and French researchers. Awards are listed alphabetically by Irish institution and award holder. The French partner researcher and institution for each project are also included below.
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Dublin Institute of Technology

Izabela Naydenova and Svetlana Mintova (Université de Caen – CNRS): Nanozeolite Doped Bi-functional Holographic Sensors for Hydrocarbons and CO

Dublin City University

Johann Issartel and Laure Fernandez (Aix-Marseille Université): Characterization of Parkinson Patients’ Coordination Deficits: A methodological challenge

Enrico Marsili and Elisabeth Lojou (CNRS): Electrochemically active biofilms for renewable H2 production

National University of Ireland, Galway

Manus Biggs and Dulce Papy-Garcia (Université Paris-Est): Designing biomimetic peptides for neuroelectrode functionalization

Robert Lahue and Genevieve Gourdon (INSERM): Investigation of the HDAC3 inhibitor 4b and its effects on somatic DNA instability in a myotonic dystropy type 1 mouse model

Laoise McNamara and Pierre Layrolle (INSERM): Enhancing vascularisation of bone tissue engineering constructs using co-culture methodologies, biomaterial scaffolds and mechanical stimulation

Andy Shearer and Christian Gouiffes (CEA Saclay): INTEGRAL/IBIS studies of the polarization of the Crab Nebula and Pulsar

Trinity College Dublin

Rachel Evans and Sébastien Clément (Université de Montpellier 2): Solvent- and Charge-Mediated Self-Assembly of Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Block Copolymers for Sensing and Photovoltaic Device Applications

Anne Marie Healy and Frederic Tewes (Université de Poitiers): Development of inhalable fluoroquinolone/cation complex-loaded microparticles to treat chronic bacterial lung infection

David McCloskey and Guillaume Baffou (Institut Fresnel): Optimisation of Gold nanoparticle morphology as efficient nanoscale sources of heat

Tristan McLoughlin and Sébastien Leurent (Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne): New methods in exactly solvable models

Yuri Volkov and Yannick Mugnier (Université de Savoie): Optimized Second Harmonic Generation Bismuth Ferrite Nanoparticles for Biomedical Imaging and Diagnostics

University College Cork

Florence McCarthy and Pascal Marchand (Université de Nantes): Discovery of novel heterocyclic templates for the treatment of cancer

Deepak Mehta and David Lesaint (Computer Science, Research Laboratory of Angers): Developing Scalable combinatorial optimization methods for discovering novel and complex patterns in proteins families

Nora O’Brien and Gerard Lizard (Université de Bourgogne): Impact of oxysterols resulting from cholesterol autooxidation on ageing process

Lius Quesada and Charlotte Truchet (Laboratoire d’Informatique de Nantes Atlantique): Development & Estimation analysis of massively parallel local search approaches to the k-medoids problem

University College Dublin

Virginie Gautier and Oliver Rohr (Université de Strasbourg): Dissecting the functional interface between the HIV-1 Tat transactivator, pTEFb and CTIP2-associated cellular co-repressor complexes in the establishment and maintenance of HIV-1 Latency

Marius Ghergu and Guillaume Warnault (Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour): Blow-up solutions for semilinear elliptic equations: A probabilistic approach

University of Limerick

Frédéric Royall and Didier Chabanet (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon): The Occupy Movements and Social Protest in Ireland and in France

Published on 15/08/2018

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