LabEx UnivEarthS Thematic School 2020

Opening Science

A challenge for geosciences and astrophysics

14, 15 & 16 December 2020, in the afternoon – Online

  • The LabEx UnivEarthS will present the new edition of its Thematic School from Monday 14 December to Wednesday 16 December 2020. This year’s theme is “Opening Science, a challenge for geosciences and astrophysics“.

    Due to the health context, this event will be held entirely online.

    The School will take place in three sessions:

    • Session 1 | Opening Science: how and why? (14 December afternoon)
    • Session 2 | Sharing data and tools (15 December afternoon)
    • Session 3 | Participatory science: citizens at the heart of Science (16 December afternoon)

    The LabEx UnivEarthS Thematic School is free and open to all. Registration is mandatory.

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  • The following program may be subject to change.

    Monday 14 December

    Session 1| Opening Science, how and why?

    15:00

    Opening words

    15:15

    The need for Open Science: a historical overview
    Elise Lehoux, Bibliothèque d’Université de Paris

    16:00

    The challenges of open sciences for Earth and Universe sciences
    Aude Chambodut, EOST (Université de Strasbourg / CNRS)

    16:45

    Open science: how to begin?
    Joanna Janik, DIST-CNRS

    Tuesday 15 December

    Session 2 | Sharing data and tools

    15:00

    Gravitational Wave: Open Data from Virgo and LIGO Collaborations
    Agata Trovato, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)

    15:30

    Gammapy: An open tool for multi-messenger astronomy
    Régis Terrier, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)

    16:00

    DATA TERRA: An infrastructure for Earth-system data and services
    Michel Diament, IPGP (Université de Paris / CNRS)
    Name to be confirmed

    16:30

    BREAK

    16:45

    ESCAPE : An European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle physics ESFRI research infrastructures
    Catherine Boisson, LUTH (Observatoire de Paris / Université de Paris / CNRS)

    17:15

    Worldwide telescope project: The sky for everyone
    Alyssa Goodman, Harvard Center for Astronomy
    Name to be confirmed

    17:45

    Round table: Open-data and unpredictable events

      • Matteo Barsuglia, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)
      • Eric Chassande-Mottin, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)
      • Jérôme Gaillardet, IPGP (Université de Paris / CNRS)

    Wednesday 16 December

    Session 3 | Participatory science: citizens at the heart of Science

    15:00

    Belisama: taking part of the TARANIS mission
    Philippe Laurent, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA) & AIM (CEA / CNRS)

    15:30

    LastQuake: An app for citizen sismology
    Rémy Bossu, CSEM / EMSC

    16:00

    InSight @ school: The Mars sismometer in the classroom
    Jean-Luc Berenguer, Professor

    16:30

    GRANDMA: amateur and professional astronomers hunting for Kilonovae
    Sarah Antier, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)

    17:00

    REINFORCE: Bridging scientist and citizens
    Rémy Lebreton, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)

    17:30

    Vigie-Ciel: A participatory meteorite research project
    Sylvain Boulet, GéoSciences (Université Paris-Sud / CNRS)
    Name to be confirmed

    18:00

    Round Table: participatory science and citizen engagement?

      • Sarah Antier, APC (Université de Paris / CNRS / CEA)
      • Asma Steinhausse, CR2P (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle)
      • Laure Fallou, CSEM / EMSC

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  • Presentations

    For those who will not be able to attend our Online School in December, all of our guest speakers’ presentations will be posted on this page.

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