APPLIED SCIENCES

MOMARISP: MOLECULAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING SIMULATION AND PROCESSING
Hugues Benoit-Cattin, INSERM, Lyon
John Pauly, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

ECOLE CENTRALE COLLABORATION ON THE NON-EQUILIBRIUM PLASMA STABILIZATION OF COMBUSTION PROCESSES 
Mark Cappelli, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
Christophe Laux, CNRS/Ecole Centrale, Paris

NUMERICAL MULTILINEAR ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Gene Golub (†), Computer Science, Stanford University
Pierre Comon, CNRS, University of Nice

BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSES OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROCESSES OF MAJOR PRIMARY PRODUCERS IN THE OCEANS
Arthur Grossman, Carnegie Institution
Francis-André Wollman, CNRS, Paris

COMPUTATIONAL STIMULATION AS A TOOL TO AID IN UNDERSTANDING AND PREDICTING POST-INTERVENTION HEMODYNAMICS FOR CONGENITAL INTERVENTIONS
Irène Vignon-Clémentel, INRIA, Rocquencourt
Charles Taylor, Bioengineering, Stanford University

ENGINEERING 

PSYCHOACOUSTIC SIGNAL PROCESSING TO IMPROVE IMPAIRED LISTENING EXPERIENCES
Ryan Cassidy, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Laurent Daudet, Université Paris 6, Paris

IMPACT OF SURFACE AND MATERIAL PROPERTIES ON MEMS PERFORMANCES
Roger Howe, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Lionel Buchaillot, CNRS, Villeneuve d'Ascq

MINIATURE MEMBRANELESS BIOFUEL CELL
Nicolas Mano, CRPP, Pessac
Edward Solomon, Chemistry, Stanford University

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

CONTEXT, COMMUNICATION AND MEANING 
Kenneth Taylor, Philosophy, Stanford University
Isidora Stojanivic, CNRS, Institut J. Nicod, Paris

EARTH SCIENCES

FRANCE-STANFORD COLLABORATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL MINERALOGY AND GEOMICROBIOLOGY
Gordon Brown, Synchroton Radiation Lab, Stanford University
Georges Calas, Université Paris 6&7, Paris

LINKS BETWEEN TECTONICS CLIMATE AND EROSION IN AN ACTIVE OROGEN: CASE STUDY OF THE EASTERN HIMALAYA (KINGDOM OF BHUTAN) 
Isabelle Coutand, CNRS, Villeneuve d'Ascq
George Hilley, Geological & Environmental Sciences, Stanford University

COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY

DEVELOPMENTS OF GEOMETRIC METHODS AND ALGORITHMS FOR THE STUDY OF MACROMOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES
Frédéric Cazals, INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis
Michael Levitt, Structural Biology, Stanford University