Science - What will the world of tomorrow be made of?

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These undergraduate students comple a double degree (Economics and Mathematics / Mathematics and Computer Science / Physics and Chemistry / Mathematics and Physics) and, taking into account their double expertise, I would like them to imagine the world of tomorrow and the possibilities as well as dangers of this future world both in terms of scientific breakthroughs as well as economic and social consequences.

There will be between 70 and 90 students divided into groups of around 15.

Contact: sylvaine.perrichot@u-psud.fr

Study programme: 
Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
Number of students: 
80
Preferred start date of exchange: 
Wed, 13/09/2017

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