A lot of news around the spaceship Insight, whose launch is scheduled for May 5, 2018 from Vandenberg in California. Twenty-five days from the planned launch date, the French IPGP team that produced the SEIS instrument has opened its twitter account to provide the public live news about this event: https://twitter.com/InSight_IPGP UnivEarthS supported the IPGP teams that worked on […]» Read more
PhD defense of Lucile Fayon: “Seismologic space instrumentation: transfer function of the 6 axes InSight seismometer and development of a picometric interferometric displacement sensor “
Lucile Fayon is pleased to invite you to her PhD defense which will take place the 17th of April 2018 at 2:00 pm in the amphitheatre P.G. de Gennes in the Condorcet building of Paris Diderot University. She will present the work she has done for the last 3,5 years in IPGP and APC, under the supervisions of Philippe Lognonné […]» Read more
The CNRS has awarded this March 15 a large part of its Talents 2018. The silver, bronze and crystal medals, which reward researchers, engineers, technicians and administrators, this year distinguish 40 women and 42 men. Research engineer in IPGP and Paris Diderot University, Sébastien de Raucourt works in the UnivEarthS team “I3 : Fundamental physics and Geophysics in space“. He […]» Read more
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 […]» Read more
Publication of PhD thesis: “From LISA Pathfinder to LISA: Development of a dynamic simulator for the space mission eLisa”, by Henri Inchauspé.
Henri Inchauspé, member of the Interface team Fondamental physics and Geophysics in space, presented and publicly defended his thesis on November 25, 2015. Attached to its teaching mission, UnivEarthS presents now online the manuscript. You can click on the following link to consult it: From LISA Pathfinder to LISA: Development of a dynamic simulator for the space mission eLisa, by Henri […]» Read more