First Grenoble young physicist meeting coming soon
Categorie(s) : Education, News, Research
Published : 1 April 2016
Nearly 100 Ph.D. and post-docs in physics will meet in Grenoble on April 15 for the first-ever Grenoble young physicist meeting. The day-long event will feature talks on a variety of physics topics and a poster session. Dark matter expert Richard Taillet (CNRS) will address physics in science fiction movies; the other speakers will be Ph.D. and post-doc students. The event is free of charge and will take place at the Espace Cowork center in downtown Grenoble. The concept was launched in 2013 in Paris, and similar events were held in Strasbourg and Sète last year. The French Physics Society and Grenoble Doctoral School in Physics are sponsoring the day, which is also backed by Fondation Nanosciences, STMicroelectronics, and INAC.
Learn more at http://rjp2016-sfp-grenoble.neel.cnrs.fr/