IGOSat: space at students’ fingertips

Initiated since 2012, IGOSat is a nanosatellite project developed within the LabEx UnivEarthS. A scientific as well as an educational project, this small satellite, designed mainly by students, should be launched in 2022. Learning more with Sébastien Durand, IGOSat project manager and systems engineer, and Alexandre Malecot, software engineer on the IGOSat project. Sébastien Durand and Alexandre Malecot While space […]

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KM3NeT: designing an underwater neutrino detector is also a mechanical engineering challenge

Alin Ilioni is a research engineer in the mechanical department of the AstroParticule & Cosmology laboratory (APC, Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA) since 2018. With other fellow engineers and physicists of the European project KM3NeT, he is in charge of developing the Calibration Base of the KM3NeT/ORCA detector, within the framework of the ARGOS Interface project, which receives […]

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Scientific Committe: proposals presentations on November, 16th

The next LabEx UnivEarthS Scientific Committee meeting will be held on Monday 16th November at 15:30. Prensentations of proposals are open to the public upon registration. The next LabEx UnivEarthS Scientific Committee meeting will be held on Monday 16th November at 15:30, online on Zoom. During the open session, will be presented the following proposals: 15:30 Frontier project: “Multidisciplinary investigation […]

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Marianne Lemoine-Goumard is the new member of the UnivEarthS Scientific Committee

The LabEx UnivEarthS has the honour to welcome Marianne Lemoine-Goumard, astrophysicist at the CENBG laboratory (CNRS / University of Bordeaux), as the new member of our scientific committee. She is replacing Guillaume Dubus. Marianne Lemoine-Goumard is research director in the Astroparticles group of the Centre d’Etudes Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan (CENBG, CNRS / University of Bordeaux). She is a specialist […]

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