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Operational Committee and contributors

The Operational Committee, which carried out the Gap Analysis and which implements the actions validated by the Steering Committee, is made up of actors who are daily involved in the institution's research activities or in direct connection with the research departments.

These actors were selected based on their role to represent the fundamental dimensions of the accreditation:

  • human resources actors, for their expertise in HR
  • research and valorization and international relations actors, including R4, R3, and R2, for their mastery of research environments and expertise accompanying international researchers
  • representatives of the institution’s strategic E2S UPPA project, for their experience with growth-generating projects
  • actors from the Doctoral Schools for their involvement in the training of young researchers
  • actors from the Directorate of Legal Affairs for regulatory aspects
  • actors from the Directorate of Operations, Support and Ongoing Improvement for their knowledge in continuous improvement projects

Furthermore, in order to collect the most comprehensive and representative information possible, this Committee chose to call for volunteer participation of researchers of all levels (R1 / R2 / R3 / R4) who would participate in the elaboration of the gap analysis and help define the action plan. These volunteer Contributors interviewed other research actors (classmates, colleagues…) on all 40 criteria of the accreditation in order to pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of our current practices and thereby identify the needs.

 

Working Group (Operational Committee)

 

Name

Position

Management line/ Department

LARTIGUE Carine

ADM – Career Development Counsellor (CEP)

Human Resources Directorate

ARROYO Sylvie

ADM – Ongoing Improvement Project Manager

Directorate of Operations, of Support and of Ongoing Improvement (DPAAC)

CAMDESSUS Mélanie

ADM – Head of the Teaching Staff Office (DRH 1)

Human Resources Directorate

KONARSKI Igor

ADM – Head of the office for individual contractors, contract researchers  (DRH 3)

Human Resources Directorate

LEROUX Isabelle

ADM – Head of the Institutional Steering of the E2S UPPA Project

General Services Directorate

HARAI Claire

R2 ADM – International Welcome Desk Manager (DRI)

International Relations Directorate

MERCIER Sophie

R4 – Director of the Doctoral School of Exact Sciences and their Applications (ED 211 SEA)

University Professor, STEE College

PETITBON Jacqueline

ADM – Administrative Manager of the Doctoral School of Exact Sciences and their Applications (ED 211 SEA)

Doctoral School Directorate

CANDEAU Fabien

R4 – Director of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences and Humanities (ED 481 SSH)

University Professor, SSH College

RENUCCI Antoine

R4 – Adjunct Director of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences and Humanities (ED 481 SSH)

University Professor, EEI College

JOUBERT Marie-José

ADM – Administrative Manager of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences and Humanities (ED SSH)

Doctoral School Directorate

MONLAUR CREUX Carine

ADM – Director of Legal Affairs (DAJ)

General Services Directorate

DICHARRY Christophe

R4 – University Professor

STEE College/ LFCR research laboratory

LARTIGAU DAGRON Christine

R3 – Lecturer

STEE College/ IPREM research laboratory

GUYONEAUD Rémy

R4 – University Professor

STEE College/ IPREM research laboratory

NEVEU Jean-Pierre

R4 – University Professor

EEI College / IAE

PERRIN BONRAISIN Anne

ADM – Research Engineer

SSH College/ CREG research laboratory

FISCHER Caroline

R4 – University Professor

SSH College

ROCHELOIS Cécile

R3 – Senior Lecturer

SSH College

LAUNAY Aurélie

ADM – Project Engineer / Project and Steering Manager

SSH College

 

 

Working group (Contributors)

 

Name

Position

Management line/ Department

CLAVERIE Marion

R2 – Postdoctoral researcher (Contributor)

STEE College

CHART Arnaud

R2 – Postdoctoral researcher (Contributor)

STEE College

ATTARD Eléonore

R2 – Research Engineer (Contributor)

STEE College

DUPIN Jean Charles

R3 – Senior Lecturer HDR (Contributor)

STEE College

RUBATAT Laurent

R3 – Senior Lecturer HDR (Contributor)

STEE College

FERNANDES Susana

R2 – Postdoctoral researcher (Contributor)

STEE College

GONI URRIZA Maria Soledad

R3 – Senior Lecturer HDR (Contributor)

STEE College

LACHET TOUYA Florence

R3 – Senior Lecturer (Contributor)

SSH College

AZAROFF Alyssa

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

STEE College

GAPIN Adèle

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

STEE College

BARBIER Juliette

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

SSH College

CARRERE Lucile

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

SSH College

GUEPIC Geoffroy

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

SSH College

BOUTER Maxime

R1 – Doctoral candidate (Contributor)

SSH College

POELEMANS DE LARA Maitena

R2 – Research Engineer (Contributor)

EEI College

 

 

Methodology

STEP 1:  1 meeting of the Operational Committee to understand the accreditation and its expectations. Presentation of the project and its expectations

STEP 2: 1 meeting to define our methodology. Decision to increase the Operational Committee by integrating fixed-term and permanent researchers, representing all categories, on a volunteer basis. They will be identified as “Contributors”

STEP 3: Call for voluntary Contributors. 15 Contributors volunteer to participate

STEP 4: 1 meeting to raise awareness among the 15 Contributors about the stakes and the criteria of the accreditation. Contributors made aware of the stakes and the criteria of the accreditation, along with the nature of their contribution.

STEP 5.1: 5 meetings organized by the Operational Committee to identify the strengths and weaknesses of our practices with respect to the criteria of the Gap Analysis.
Meetings held by 4 to 6 members of the Operational Committee according to their availability.

  • 2 meetings held with members of the STEE College
  • 2 meetings held with members of the SSH College
  • 1 meeting held with members of the EEI College
    Raw data collected from various research actors

STEP 5.2: The 15 Contributors collect existing practices through the processes they decide: formal or informal meetings, email exchanges, etc., the objective being to gather the most representative feedback possible. Regardless of the process of data collection chosen, feedback was solicited on all 40 criteria of the gap analysis. Raw data collected from various research actors.

STEP 6: 4 meetings: The Operational Committee compiles all of the data gathered in Step 5 from meetings with Colleges and feedback from the Contributors. Elaboration of the gap analysis of our existing practices.

STEP 7: 4 meetings to define the Action Plan. Participation of the members of the Operational Committee and Contributors according to their availability. Action Plan defined

STEP 8: In collaboration with the Directorate of Communications, work to publish updates about the progress of the project and the overview of the Action Plan.

Articles published every two months. Researchers informed of the project’s progress and the direction of the Action Plan.