Seminar: “Three years after the detection of gravitational waves: and now?”

  The Paris Diderot Physics UFR is pleased to announce its first general seminar of the 2018-2019 season which will take place on Friday 28 September at 10am, in the Pierre-Gilles de Gennes amphitheatre, Condorcet Building, level -1 The seminar will be given by Matteo Barsuglia of the APC laboratory, which is very involved in UnivEarthS through the projects I13: […]

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A review of the Astro Jeunes 2018 festival

This summer, in parallel with the Fleurance astronomical festival, the Astro Jeunes 2018 festival was held. It has welcomed more than 220 children from 4 to 16 years old every day to help them discover astronomy and space in a fun and exciting way. This week, the UniversSciel association returns in video on this edition rich in speakers and exciting […]

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APC Colloquium : Ghosts in the ice — Searching for the Universe’s most elusive particles at the South Pole

The APC laboratory is happy to welcome Darren Grant (University of Alberta) on Thursday and Friday later this week. Darren kindly accepted to give a colloquium entitled “Ghosts in the ice — Searching for the Universe’s most elusive particles at the South Pole” (abstract and poster below), in 454A at 2pm on Friday, Sep 21. Abstract: In some of the planet’s most extreme environments scientists are constructing enormous detectors […]

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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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Colloquium APC – “The Planck Legacy and Beyond: Mapping the Initial Conditions of the Universe”

Martin Bucher  will give a colloquium entitled “The Planck Legacy and Beyond: Mapping the Initial Conditions of the Universe” (abstract and poster below), in 454A at 11am on Friday, Sep 14. UnivEarthS supports the project Planck at APC through the team F2: From the Big Bang to the future Universe, of which Martin Bucher is a member. Title: The Planck Legacy and Beyond: Mapping […]

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