2018 Scientific Committee Presentations

You will find on this page all the project presentations of the 2018 UnivEarthS scientific committee. Please do not to distribute them without the agreement of their author.

The list is classified according to their order of passage in public on the day of the scientific committee.

 

Pierre Binétruy’s tribute:

 

CS 2018 – Stavros Katsanevas – Spirit and courage: Pierre’s road from supersymmetry to gravitational waves
CS 2018 Matteo Barsuglia – The gravitational wave astronomy: present and future

Neil Gehrels’ tribute:

 

CS 2018 – Isabelle Grenier – Wondering at the γ-ray sky and chasing unidentified sources with Neil Gehrels

CS 2018 – Jacques Paul – Neil Gehrels, Leader of climbing in space gamma-ray astronomy

CS 2018 – Fabrice Daigne – From gamma-ray bursts to gravitational waves

 

UnivEarthS Present & Future:

 

CS 2018 – Marc Chaussion Stavros Katsanevas – Labex UnivEarthS Present & Future

CS 2018 – Cécile Cavet – DANTE: a MULTI DATA ANALYSIS AND COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT FOR SCIENCE

CS 2018 – Philippe Lognonné – Planetary Seismology & gravitational waves

 

Work package presentations:

 

CS 2018 I7- Didier Gotz – Gamma-Ray Bursts: a unique laboratory for modern astrophysics 

CS 2018 E5 – Fabien Casse – A Numerical Observatory of Violent Accreting Systems (NOVAs)

CS 2018 I6 – Sebastien Rodriguez – From dust to planets

CS 2018 – F1b – Subduction

CS 2018 F2 – Yannick Giraud-Heraud – From Big Bang to the future of the Universe

CS 2018 I2 – Alessandra Tonnazzo – GeoParticles

CS 2018 F1a – Florian Philippot – Earth as a living planet: from early ages to present dynamics

CS 2018 I8 – Veronique Van Elewyck : ARGOS: Astroparticle Research, Geology and Oceanography Studies

CS  2018 E3 – Matteo Barsuglia – Geophyics ang gravitational waves detectors

CS 2018 E8 – Joël Bergé – MODIFIED GRAVITY FROM THE EARTH’S OUTSKIRTS TO THE COSMOS

CS 2018 JE2 – Davide Franco – Direct searches for dark matter with liquid Argon detectors

CS 2018 JE3 – Karl Kosack – Advanced gamma-ray methods

CS 2018 K2 – Hubert Halloin – UnivEarthS Nanosatellite Student Project