LabEx UnivEarthS Fall School 2021
The Contribution of Space Science for Astrophysics and Geosciences
4 to 8 October 2021 – Toulouse
The 2021 edition of the LabEx UnivEarthS Fall School on the theme of “The Contribution of Space Science for Astrophysics and Geosciences” will be held this year from 4 to 8 October in Toulouse.
The LabEx UnivEarthS partner laboratories are involved in many space missions. The research topics are broad and numerous, ranging from Earth observation, solar system exploration, exoplanet observation, to the study of cosmic phenomena and fundamental physics.
By choosing this topic for this year edition of the Fall School, the LabEx UnivEarthS celebrates its contribution to space research, a fundamental field for broadening our knowledge of the world and its phenomenons.
The LabEx School is intended primarily for PhD and post-doctoral students, but remains open to all staff member from the LabEx UnivEarthS partner laboratories (IPGP, APC, AIM, ONERA). All expenses (transportation, accomodation, meals, visits) are covered by the School.
Organizing team :
- Anne Lemière, researcher at APC laboratory
- Nam Phan Van Song, LabEx UnivEarthS communication officer
- Aurélia Olivier-Kaiser, LabEx UnivEarthS project manager
Alexis Coleiro is professor at Université de Paris, working at AstroParticule & Cosmologie laboratory (APC, Université A majority of you Paris / CNRS / CEA). He studies high-energy sources from a multi-messenger perspective (at the interface between electromagnetic radiation, neutrinos and gravitational waves).
Lecture: Exploring the violent universe: the place of space in multi-messenger strategies
Gauthier Hulot is a senior CNRS scientist, working at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP, Université de Paris / CNRS). His research focuses on the investigation of the main magnetic field produced within Earth’s core.
Lecture: Studying the Earth from space
Slides (soon) :
- Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3
Sébastien Rodriguez is professor at Université de Paris, working at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP, Université de Paris / CNRS). Expert in planetology, his current research activities concern the study of the geology and climate of Titan, the largest icy moon of Saturn.
Lecture: Past, present and future exploration of the solar system – Examples of Saturn, Jupiter & Mars
Jean-Luc Starck is director of research at the Institute of Research into the Fundamental Laws of the Universe, Département d’Astrophysique, UMR Astrophysique Instrumentation Modélisation (AIM, CEA / CNRS / Université de Paris). He leads Cosmostat, an interdisciplinary research group at the interface between cosmology and statistical methods.
Lecture: Space & Cosmology
Juliette Lambin is Head of «Science, Exploration, Observation» of Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES, the French Centre for Space Studies). With her team, she is in charge of collecting, instructing and supporting the needs and issues of the scientific community, from the preparation of future orbital systems to the scientific exploitation of ongoing missions.
Guest lecture: Bulding a space mission at CNES
Marina Gruet is a research engineer at Airbus Defense and Space. She did her phD thesis on Artificial Intelligence applied to the prediction of the impact of solar activity on the Earth’s environment.
Guest lecture: Working for the space industry
The lectures, meals and accommodation will take place in The Grand Hôtel d’Orléans, and its brasserie La Ripaille.
The Grand Hôtel d’Orléans and La Ripaille are located in the historical heart of Toulouse, facing Matabiau train station. Only 5 minutes of walk from the Capitol square and 1 minute away from the train station and the Canal du Midi.
You will be ideally located to visit Toulouse by walk.