Kinetic Inductance Detectors : findind light, one photon at the time

For the past two years, Jie Hu has been working as a post-doc researcher at the AstroParticule & Cosmologie laboratory on a new generation of Kinetic Inductance Detectors, a promising technology for highly sensitive astrophysics instruments, whose development received funding from the LabEx UnivEarthS. How to observe what is barely visible? This issue is at the core of astronomy and […]

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Christine Thomas and Carsten Dominik join UnivEarthS Scientific Committee

The LabEx UnivEarthS has the honour to welcome Christine Thomas, seismologist at the University of Münster, and Carsten Dominik, astrophysicist at the University of Amsterdam, as the new members of our scientific committee. They are replacing Ursula Bassler and Anny Cazenave. Christine Thomas is a global seismologist at the University of Münster, Germany. She became head of the seismology group […]

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Interdisciplinary grant for multi-messenger studies

This article was initially published on Europhysics News 51/3 2020. Astrophysical neutrino hunter Gwenhaël de Wasseige was awarded a LabEx UnivEarthS grant supporting her research program in multi-messenger astronomy. On request of EPN, she wrote a personal report. I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie individual fellow at the AstroParticule et Cosmologie laboratory (APC), Université de Paris. I received my PhD degree […]

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New exploratory project call for proposals for the period 2021-2022

The LabEx UnivEarthS is pleased to announce the opening of a new exploratory project call for proposals for the period 2021-2022. The objective is to support for 2 years (with an evaluation at the end of the first year) research projects exploring new ideas or concepts within the LabEx research topics and initiating new synergies. Innovative, risky and interdisciplinary projects […]

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