MYSTHIC: “We still have a lot to learn about deep Earth carbon cycle”

For more than a year, Javiera Villalobos Orchard has been working as a postdoc geochemist on the LabEx-funded MYSTHIC project at IPGP. Here, she tells us more about her work and her background. “I was always curious the Earth”. Javiera’s interests about Earth and nature come from her country of origin: Chile. Growing up in Santiago, with the neighbouring Andes […]

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Double Chooz publishes new measurement of θ13 and reactor neutrinos flux

Since the detectors interruption in early 2018, Double Chooz international collaboration continues its data analysis in order to find the most accurate value of θ13, the third and last mixing angle of the neutrino oscillation process. Researchers have also measured with unprecedented precision the neutrinos flux emitted by the nuclear fission reactors. Those results were published in “Nature Physics” on […]

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Workshop “Gravity Falls : Implication of gravitationnal waves observation on modified gravity theories”

The goal of this workshop, organised the 10th of December by the Paris Center of Cosmological Physics, the Laboratoire Astroparticule et Cosmologie and the GdR “ondes gravitationnelles”, is to explore the implications of past and future gravitational waves observations on modified gravity theories. During the session of the morning review talks about theory and past and future gravitational-wave observations will […]

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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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