Fluctuat et Mergitur (Issue 6.5/2017)

Your voice of reason at Paris-Saclay

The Flow of Information at Paris-Saclay
As we have reported before, the flow of information at Paris-Saclay is not always trivial. To illustrate this, we have now conducted a case study on a particularly important event: the proposal of transforming Paris-Sud into Paris-Saclay. The following figures show how this news item was propagated. A bubble in the diagram is shown in white when a group of people has been informed about the news by their official president, responsible, or editor. For example, the bubble “Staff of Paris-Saclay” is shown in white once the staff of Paris-Saclay and its member institutions have been officially informed by the presidency of Paris-Saclay.
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