Alphanie Midelet, PhD student from UGA, represents France at the international final of my MT180

Alphanie Midelet, PhD student from UGA, represents France at the international final of my MT180

Alphanie Midelet, the national winner of ma MT180 (My Thesis in 180 seconds), will represent France today in the international final of this scientific popularization contest. The young doctoral student is doing her research in the hypoxia and cardiovascular and respiratory physiopathologies department of the HP2 laboratory and in the Probayes company.. The final, which takes place on October 6 in Montreal, can be followed on October 7 at 1am Paris time.

A thesis on sleep that uses artificial intelligence

Alphanie Midelet’s thesis is on the subject of ” Treatment of obstructive sleep apnea with continuous positive airway pressure: study of remote monitoring data to understand the impact of treatment modifications and predict acute events “. This thesis is carried out at the ED ISCE (Ecole doctorale d’Ingénierie pour la santé, la Cognition et l’Environnement), in collaboration with the MIAI Grenoble Alpes and the cross-disciplinary program LIFE of the University Grenoble Alpes.

The objective of the young laureate is to develop real-time alert systems for the detection of acute events that can lead to pathologies more consequential than a heart attack. In the course of her thesis, which focuses on sleep apnea and notably mixes AI and health, Alphanie Midelet analyzes remote monitoring data from continuous positive airway pressure devices.

A new French PhD student for the MT180 international prize?

Acfas will broadcast the final directly on its social networks this October 6 (October 7 at 1am, Paris time). The people present at the Outremont theater in Montreal, as well as the internet viewers, will be able to elect their favorite candidate and decide who will receive the public prize.

In the history of the contest, of which it is the ninth edition, France is represented for the moment by 4 winners coming from Grenoble on a national scale, as well as 3 on an international scale.

You can watch Alphanie Midelet’s performance during the national edition of the MT180 which took place last June, via the video at the beginning of this article.

Translated from Alphanie Midelet, doctorante de l’UGA, représente la France à la finale internationale de ma MT180