The UnivEarthS Labex is a project that aims to promote interaction between the geosciences and astrosciences, by developing collaborations between laboratories AIM, APC, IPGP and ONERA (LUTh, GEPI and IMCCE are also partners). UnivEarthS is currently organized into 16 collaborative projects that focus on three themes “emergence, evolution, catastrophe.” The global budget is € 9 000 000 over 9 years (2011-2019). […]» Read more
A workshop entitled « Gamma-Ray Bursts in the Multi-messenger Era » has bee organized in Paris from june 16th to 19th 2014 at IPGP. During the four days of the workshop, more than 100 scientists, including astrophysicists, particle physicists, and gravitational wave specialists, of different countries have met to discuss how to collaborate on the theoretical and experimental aspects of Gamma-Ray Bursts […]» Read more
On the 1St of July, was held the first UnivEarthS Labex brainstorming at APC laboratory. This informal meeting, open to everybody, aimed to identify new ideas to develop for calls for projects (H2020, CNRS…) while promoting interdisciplinarity. Stavros KATSANEVAS, UnivEarthS co director, launched the meeting by reminding that participants were free to comment on the presentations and highlighted the importance […]» Read more
Contribution : IAU Symposium 306, « Statistical Challenges in 21st Century Cosmology », Lisbon (Portugal), May 25-29, 2014» Read more
On April 10, Sébastien Charnoz was the guest of the radio program “La tête au carré” on France Inter.
Sébastien Charnoz , along with Gabriel Tobie (University of Nantes), was interviewed in the context of a scientific program for the public, dedicated to satellites and moons of the solar system, their origin and exploration. He also participated in the interview “Brève d’ascenseur” by answering the question: what can we learn from the study of moons? You can listen to the program by clicking here (or on franceinter.fr). Professor at the University Paris Diderot and researcher at AIM Laboratory, Sébastien Charnoz is the work-package leader of the interface project […]» Read more