Organizers: Silvio S. Cerri (Mt.Gros site), [⚠️] Looking for an organizer on Valrose site [⚠️]
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Instructions for local hosts: Limited financial support for speakers is available through the Seminar budget. This is meant to cover for travel expenses and/or 1-night stay. Please, remember to get in touch with the administrative staff for any travel/stay arrangements, and to open the "ordre de mission" for the spearker's visit at least 3 weeks in advance. If the seminar is going to take place in person at the Mt.Gros site, remember also to book the restaurant for the speaker.
Instructions for speakers: Lagrange Seminars last for 1h total (45min talk + 15min Q&A), and are held in English . Since our Institute has several teams working on a large variety of fields, we recommend to start your talk with a very broad and 'pedagogical' introduction of your research field.
Les présentations des séminaires passés sont téléchargeables ci-dessous:
Slides from previous seminars can be downloaded here, see below:
|2023-03-14||Véronique Van De Bor||Université Côte d'Azur||Appréhender les Violences Sexistes et Sexuelles dans l’Enseignement Supérieur et la Recherche|
|2023-03-07||Robyn L. Munoz||University of Portsmouth||Characterising spacetime during cosmological structure formation|
|2023-02-28||Clement Stahl||Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg||Exploring the effects of primordial non-Gaussianity at galactic scales|
|2023-02-07||Martha-Cary Eppes||University of North Carolina at Charlotte||Rethinking cracks: Joining field observations with fracture mechanics to understand time- and climate-dependent rock fracture in surface settings|
|2023-01-24||Anthony Soulain||IPAG||SAM: The promising AMI/friend of the JWST|
|2023-01-17||Clemence Fontanive||iREx Montreal||The effects of binary companions on planet formation and evolution|