The Critical Design Review of IGOSat on Friday, September 29th

The Critical Design Review (end of phase C) of IGOSat will occur on Friday, September 29th 2017 from 9:30am to 6pm, at laboratory APC, Luc Valentin meeting room (454A of Condorcet A Building, at 10 rue Alice Domon & Léonie Duquet, 75013 Paris). The review will be separated between an open session , aiming at firstly presenting the project and […]

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Register for the 2nd student Cubesat workshop !

The IGOSAT team is pleased to announce the opening of registration for 2nd CubeSat Workshop student, to be held on 6 and 7 July at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. The first edition in 2016 was a great success, and we wished to renew this enriching experience. This workshop aims to gather for 2 days the members of the student Cubesat […]

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Support for the international mobility of PhD students, financed by UnivEarths

In order to help PhD students make at least one long stay abroad during their PhD, UnivEarthS, through the STEP’UP Doctoral School, offers financial assistance to cover part of the costs of transport and subsistence expenses. Participation in colloquiums and / or summer schools is not eligible for funding. General informations :   This call concerns research stays in 2017 […]

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The Methods course of the 2016Fall School given in Paris via ED STEP’UP

Following the 2016 Fall School, Claude Jaupart and Sylvain Chaty resume in Paris on one day two highlights of the school. These courses are given via the STEP’UP doctoral school and are open to all, subject to the availability of places and the agreement of the professors. D-SPU1-STE1: Methodology Day in collaboration with the Labex Autumn School UnivEarthS: Language: English […]

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A success for the 1st Student Cubesat Workshop !

On 9 & 10 June 2016, the university Paris Diderot welcomed the national 1st Student Cubesat Workshop. Organized by the Campus Spatial Paris Diderot, the IGOSat project and the Labex UnivEarthS, the event brought together around 100 people around the nanosatellites built by students.   Enregistrer Enregistrer Enregistrer Enregistrer

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