Probing the structure of the Universe at larger and larges scales, perfecting the laws of fundamental physics or of plasma physics… these are among the many ambitious objectives that astrophysicists tirelessly aim for through their work and their observations.
Since January 1, 2020, 5 laboratories, CSNSM, IMNC, IPN, LAL and LPT located on the Orsay campus of the Université Paris-Saclay have merged to become the Laboratory of Physics of the 2 infinities Irène Joliot Curie, also called IJCLab. Its governing bodies are CNRS (IN2P3 and INP), Université Paris-Saclay and Université de Paris.
Konie Al Khoury, IJCLab Pôle PHE, groupe ATLAS
2020-09-23 - 14:00 → 16:30
200/Rdc-Auditorium - Auditorium P. Lehmann (IJCLab)
Christina Agapopoulou, IJCLab (Pôle PHE)
2020-09-25 - 14:00 → 16:30
Pierre Chatagnon, IJCLab Pôle PHE
2020-10-15 - 14:00 → 16:00
Hasim Guven, IJCLab (Pôle Physique Théorique) & Yildiz Technical University
2020-10-16 - 14:00 → 16:30
Chun-Lu Huang, IJCLab Pôle PHE, groupe ALICE
2020-10-19 - 14:00 → 16:00
100A/-1-A900 - Auditorium Joliot Curie (IJCLab)
Aishik Ghosh, IJCLab (Pôle PHE)
2020-11-13 - 14:00 → 16:00
Auditorium Pierre Lehmann, bldg 200
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