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Karine Leroy has been a Human Resources (HR) manager at Inria Lille-Northern Europe since 2011. This centre’s HR department is made up of six people, all of them women. Julien Vandaele is an engineer in the Experimentation and Development department (SED), which is made up of five male engineers, and he is also a member of the Fun project team. It’s pure chance that these two departments aren’t more mixed in terms of gender.
Last October, Aurore Hermant became one of the seven women who make up the Research Team Support Department (SAER) at Inria Lille. Clément Mondon is one of six men who form the centre's IT department (SIC). Although these two respective departments currently comprise exclusively women or exclusively men, there is nothing necessarily feminine or masculine about either role.
Hélène Touzet and Nathalie Mitton run the Bonsai (in partnership with the CNRS and the University Lille 1*) and Inria Fun project teams, respectively. Their work is both demanding and inspiring. On the occasion of the Women's Day, we wanted to interview them about their backgrounds and their job as women researchers.
Ioana Manolescu, Research Director at Inria Saclay – Ile-de-France Research Centre, heads the OAK team, a joint team with Université Paris-Sud. She is currently working on a tool for deciphering content: "An application for rooting out the fibs told by politicians?" as headlined by the paper Ouest France in an article published on Thursday, 3 September 2015.
Here we take a look back at Ioana Manolescu's career and at how this ambitious project came into being.
- Ioana Manolescu
- INRIA Saclay - Île-de-France