The importance of cross-domains projects is no longer to prove. Joint works combining Biology, Medicine, Mathematics, and Numerics started some years ago. Today promising results have been obtained. To help the success of forthcoming projects, the collaboration between researchers must start at the beginning of their careers. Thereby, we propose to interested young researchers to meet each other during a conference highlighting the interaction between Oncology, Mathematics and Numerics. The IbOMaN conference is the opportunity to give the floor to the young actors of trans-disciplinary projects involving Oncology. This session will be organized around the thematic of pre-treatment studies. During this conference, presentations will be given by young researchers and a masterclass will also be proposed by Luc Pellerin (Laboratoire Ischémie Reperfusion en Transplantation d’Organes Mécanismes et Innovations Thérapeutiques (IRTOMIT), unité mixte de recherche INSERM/Université de Poitiers (U1082) et CHU de Poitiers).


This conference is sponsored by Francis Levi (MD, PhD, Professor of Biomedicine and Emeritus Research Director at the CNRS, University of Warwick) and Jacques Demongeot (MD and PhD in mathematics, emeritus professor, director of the Public Health Department of the CHU of Grenoble, France).


The conference will take place on 22-23 June 2020 and will be hosted on BigBlueButton.

To follow the conference, please join our livestream on YouTube using this link:  livestream

We will also start a slack channel on Discord for continuing the discussion after the talks! This is especially useful if we did not have enough time to cover all questions after the talks, or if you just want to chat. Please join the slack here: https://discord.gg/872PkNc


Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtbyd5DzLpAmBYBk8PC3hnw


The schedule is available in pdf format here: schedule-IbOMaN.pdf



The registration for the conference is free of charge but mandatory.


  • Alexandre Poulain, Ph.D. student at the Jacques-Louis Lions laboratory, Sorbonne Université (Paris).
  • Hugo Martin, postdoctoral fellow, Inserm.
  • Angélique Perrillat-Mercerot, research engineer in biomathematics at the DACTIM-MIS team, LMA laboratory (UMR 7348), I3M laboratory (CNRS-UP-CHU-SIEMENS Healthineers), University and hospital of Poitiers.
  • Emma Leschiera, Ph.D. student at the Jacques-Louis Lions laboratory, Sorbonne Université (Paris).






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