Thesis defense of Zhengbin DENG – Wednesday, September 19

Zhengbin DENG collaborates with the UnivEarthS I6 team: From dust to planets in which he completed his doctorate. UnivEarthS is pleased to inform you of the defense of its thesis entitled: “Silicon and titanium stable isotope perspectives on the Earth’s mantle-crust evolution”. It will be held on Wednesday, September 19 at 14:00 in the IPGP amphitheatre, in front of the […]

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IGOSat students receive Labex governance

This summer, members of UnivEarthS’ governance team took a full tour of the IGOSAT nanosatellite project and met the students who are driving this scientific adventure. Antoine Kouchner, Sotiris Loucatos, Eleni Chatzichristou and Clémence Epitalon were welcomed by Hana Benhizia, engineer and project manager, who accompanied them to students working on the nanosatellite in the editing room, computer room and […]

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IGOSAT is hiring! Student internship topics for 2018-2019 are online.

  Initiated in 2012, the IGOSat nanosatellite project is entirely designed by students from L2 to thesis, and will be launched by 2019. Since the beginning of the development, more than 250 students have participated in the design, tests and simulations of the mission. It also benefits from the support and expertise of researchers and professors from Paris Diderot University […]

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Workshop “Rencontres de physique de l’infiniment grand à l’infiniment petit” (French)

The 8th edition of “Physics Meetings, from the Infinitely Large to the Very Small” – Chien-Shiung Wu Promotion – will take place from July 16 to 27, with a day at the APC on Thursday, July 26th. http://indico.in2p3.fr//event/rencontres-physique-infinis Its objective is to transmit to students of physics at level L3 or equivalent, our knowledge and our experience around research topics […]

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25 days before the launching of Insight mission

  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 […]

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