Week of the French Astrophysic

The Gravitational Waves Research Group organizes a workshop at the SF2A Days on July 3-6 in Bordeaux: http://www.sf2a.eu/ (workshop S03, Tuesday July 3). It is possible to present oral contributions and posters. The invited seminars are: Ultra-dense matter in neutron stars: existing constraints and prospects, Micaela Oertel Searching for supermassive black holes through low frequency gravitational emission, Stas Babak Towards […]

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First optical module assembled at Subatech for the KM3NeT neutrino telescope

The KM3NET collaboration brings together many laboratories participating in the experiment, notably the APC (CNRS/Université Paris Diderot/CEA/Observatoire de Paris), the CPPM (CNRS/ Aix-Marseille Université), and the IPHC (CNRS/Université de Strasbourg); UnivEarthS is also participating through the E9 project: Low Energy Astrophysics with KM3NET.     Having joined the collaboration in February 2017, the KM3NeT team of the Neutrino group of […]

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Sotiris Loucatos, director of the APC laboratory and director of UnivEarthS

Sotiris Loucatos, director of the APC laboratory and director of UnivEarthS, is featured this week in the Paris Diderot University research newsletter. You can read the paper in the newsletter Diderot Infos or below :       Since January, Sotiris Loucatos has been in charge of the AstroParticule and Cosmology laboratory (Paris Diderot, CNRS, CEA, Paris Observatory) before handing […]

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Seminar on “Gender (in)equality in present-day research?” on May 29th

In the last decades, much progress has been done in closing the gender gap in academia. Can we still say there is gender inequality for the new generation of researchers? The Gender Equality Group @IPGP is glad to invite you to a seminar/discussion, on Tuesday, May 29th in room 310 at 4 pm: “Gender (in)equality in present-day research?” Two junior CNRS researchers (male and female) […]

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IPGP Seminary “The Cassini mission at Saturn: latest results and legacy”

  The IPGP is pleased to welcome Linda Spilker from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Scientific Director of the Cassini mission, as part of its general seminars. On May 18 at 11am, she will discuss the Cassini mission on Saturn, the results obtained at the end of the mission, and the legacy of this extraordinary scientific adventure. While waiting for this […]

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