In memoriam Pierre Binétruy (1955-2017)

It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of our friend and colleague Pierre Binétruy. As director of the APC in 2011, Pierre was one of the founders of Labex UnivEarthS, and then continued to get involved in leading the “PCCP Support” Group. He also launched in 2017 the valorization project “Detectors for the future“. . Pierre […]

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The night of gravitationnal wawes

On March 20, 2017, the CNRS and the Société Française de Physique organize “The night of gravitationnal wawes” in fifteen cities in France and Italy, an event supported by Labex UnivEarthS. With scientific conferences, virtual tours of laboratories, a quiz and a projection of excerpts of commented films, this event open to all celebrates the discovery of gravitational waves announced […]

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Julien Girard recruited as lecturer at AIM

Julien Girard was recruited as a lecturer at AIM for the study of transient sources of high energy thanks to large radio observatories such as SKA and its precursors (LOFAR, MeerKAT). Julien Girard made a thesis in transient radio astronomy (planetary and exoplanets radio imaging) at the Observatoire de Paris (LESIA). He subsequently came to AIM as a post-doctoral researcher […]

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Review of the 2016 Scientific Committee

The 2016 UnivEarthS Scientific Committee gathered a hundred people on 28 and 29 November in Paris. During these two days, the leaders of the 19 projects came to present their work and achievements over the past year. The holders of 7 new projects also presented their proposals to the members of the scientific council and to the assembly.   You […]

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French researchers push forward radio image quality in view of the SKA telescope

Goa, India, Thursday, November 10th. New image processing techniques have been presented today at the SKA (Square Kilometre Array) scientific conference in Goa, in India. French teams (including UnivEarthS Project F3 “The Transient catastrophic Universe”) have released to the astronomy community, promising results about the development efforts taking place in France in the design of new imaging techniques, some of […]

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