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  • Directories | UnivEarthS
    a living planet From the Big Bang to the future Universe Support au PCCP The transient catastrophic Universe Interface projects Geoparticles Fundamental physics and Geophysics in space From dust to planets Former Interface projects Formation and early evolution of Planetary systems The youth of cosmic rays and their emergence in the interstellar clouds Gamma ray instrumentation development Young team project Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing

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  • Annuaires | UnivEarthS
    PCCP L Univers catastrophique transitoire Projets Interface Géoparticules Physique fondamentale et géophysique dans l espace De la poussière aux planètes Anciens projets Interface Formation et début de l évolution des systèmes planétaires La jeunesse du rayonnement cosmique et son émergence Développement d instrumentation gamma Projets Jeune Équipe Géophysique expérimentale Projet Valorisation Diffusion des données visualisation et nuage informatique PUBLICATIONS ENSEIGNEMENT Projet nanosatellite étudiant IGOsat UnivEarthS EMPLOI Postes à pourvoir PhD

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  • Calendrier | UnivEarthS
    de séries temporelles Anciens projets Exploratoires La formation des dunes et du climat sur Titan Impact des trous noirs sur leur environnement Projets Frontière La vie sur la planète terre Du Big Bang à l Univers du futur Support au PCCP L Univers catastrophique transitoire Projets Interface Géoparticules Physique fondamentale et géophysique dans l espace De la poussière aux planètes Anciens projets Interface Formation et début de l évolution des systèmes planétaires La jeunesse du rayonnement cosmique et son émergence Développement d instrumentation gamma Projets Jeune Équipe Géophysique expérimentale Projet Valorisation Diffusion des données visualisation et nuage informatique PUBLICATIONS ENSEIGNEMENT Projet nanosatellite étudiant IGOsat UnivEarthS EMPLOI Postes à pourvoir PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy on the thermal structure and evolution of Mars Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow Stages IGOSat Postes déjà pourvus Assistant e de communication du labex UnivEarthS Chef de projet ingénieur système pour un projet nanosatellite étudiants Pourvus en 2014 Chercher dans ce site Septembre Lun Mar Mer Jeu Ven Sam Dim 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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  • Calendrier | UnivEarthS
    projets Exploratoires La formation des dunes et du climat sur Titan Impact des trous noirs sur leur environnement Projets Frontière La vie sur la planète terre Du Big Bang à l Univers du futur Support au PCCP L Univers catastrophique transitoire Projets Interface Géoparticules Physique fondamentale et géophysique dans l espace De la poussière aux planètes Anciens projets Interface Formation et début de l évolution des systèmes planétaires La jeunesse du rayonnement cosmique et son émergence Développement d instrumentation gamma Projets Jeune Équipe Géophysique expérimentale Projet Valorisation Diffusion des données visualisation et nuage informatique PUBLICATIONS ENSEIGNEMENT Projet nanosatellite étudiant IGOsat UnivEarthS EMPLOI Postes à pourvoir PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy on the thermal structure and evolution of Mars Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow Stages IGOSat Postes déjà pourvus Assistant e de communication du labex UnivEarthS Chef de projet ingénieur système pour un projet nanosatellite étudiants Pourvus en 2014 Chercher dans ce site Novembre Lun Mar Mer Jeu Ven Sam Dim 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Se connecter Mot de

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  • Contact | UnivEarthS
    d ondes gravitationnelles Des MeV aux TeV NOVAs Les sursauts gamma à l ère des multi messagers Outils avancés d analyse de séries temporelles Anciens projets Exploratoires La formation des dunes et du climat sur Titan Impact des trous noirs sur leur environnement Projets Frontière La vie sur la planète terre Du Big Bang à l Univers du futur Support au PCCP L Univers catastrophique transitoire Projets Interface Géoparticules Physique fondamentale et géophysique dans l espace De la poussière aux planètes Anciens projets Interface Formation et début de l évolution des systèmes planétaires La jeunesse du rayonnement cosmique et son émergence Développement d instrumentation gamma Projets Jeune Équipe Géophysique expérimentale Projet Valorisation Diffusion des données visualisation et nuage informatique PUBLICATIONS ENSEIGNEMENT Projet nanosatellite étudiant IGOsat UnivEarthS EMPLOI Postes à pourvoir PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy on the thermal structure and evolution of Mars Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow Stages IGOSat Postes déjà pourvus Assistant e de communication du labex UnivEarthS Chef de projet ingénieur système pour un projet nanosatellite étudiants Pourvus en 2014 Chercher dans ce site Août Lun Mar Mer Jeu Ven Sam Dim 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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  • Contact | UnivEarthS
    to the future Universe Support au PCCP The transient catastrophic Universe Interface projects Geoparticles Fundamental physics and Geophysics in space From dust to planets Former Interface projects Formation and early evolution of Planetary systems The youth of cosmic rays and their emergence in the interstellar clouds Gamma ray instrumentation development Young team project Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing PUBLICATIONS EDUCATIONAL Nanosatellite student project IGOsat UnivEarthS

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  • Overview | UnivEarthS
    seem to be ubiquitous in the Universe they represent the final stage of a star are present in many binary systems but also at the centre of most galaxies such as our own And even though they are rather simple objects from the point of view of gravity their environment is very complex Indeed the understanding of how high energy phenomena recycle energy into their environment and the feedback to large distances of powerful explosions jets and the impact of their companion high energy particles are keys to understanding the emergence of new structures clouds stars galaxies in the Universe All require high precision observations and elaborated modeling We start with the Universe in its largest dimensions The question of the emergence of space popularly known as the big bang is obviously a central one and requires one to study the Universe at its earliest times i e the most distant Universe because of the finiteness of the speed of light The Universe has been transparent to light since about 380 000 years after the big bang This first light is in the present epoch observed in the form of a microwave background the so called cosmic microwave background CMB Investigating times close to the big bang the so called inflation period requires the identification of very tiny details on maps of fluctuations of the CMB those for which G Smoot received the Nobel Prize in 2006 and thus precision measurement methods Another promising approach is the detection of deformations of spacetime known as gravitational waves These waves could have formed immediately after the big bang and would provide the only direct test of the content of the Universe emerging from the big bang Since those early epochs the expansion of the Universe has been decelerating It was discovered in 1998 that the expansion has been accelerating again for the past 4 billion years This is attributed to some new form of energy called dark energy Identifying dark energy has been singled out by both the astrophysics and fundamental physics communities as the priority task of the coming decade It is obviously related to the question of the future of our Universe The research consists in locating the remaining witnesses of these early periods collecting rare field samples and measurements analyzing them with the most exquisite modern techniques of imagery isotope geochemistry mineralogy in extreme pressure and temperature conditions as is beginning to be carried out on cores from Australia and South Africa that date back to 2 7 billion years and more Because we need to go back even further in the past to the first billion years of Earth s history it requires pushing back the resolution limits of many current instruments and also improving our understanding of some basic physical chemical and even biological principles and producing when needed efficient numerical modeling of massive amounts of data But the Present and the Past are keys to one another and understanding the distant past of the Earth requires

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/overview?mini=node%2F333%2F2015-09 (2015-10-10)
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  • Overview | UnivEarthS
    seem to be ubiquitous in the Universe they represent the final stage of a star are present in many binary systems but also at the centre of most galaxies such as our own And even though they are rather simple objects from the point of view of gravity their environment is very complex Indeed the understanding of how high energy phenomena recycle energy into their environment and the feedback to large distances of powerful explosions jets and the impact of their companion high energy particles are keys to understanding the emergence of new structures clouds stars galaxies in the Universe All require high precision observations and elaborated modeling We start with the Universe in its largest dimensions The question of the emergence of space popularly known as the big bang is obviously a central one and requires one to study the Universe at its earliest times i e the most distant Universe because of the finiteness of the speed of light The Universe has been transparent to light since about 380 000 years after the big bang This first light is in the present epoch observed in the form of a microwave background the so called cosmic microwave background CMB Investigating times close to the big bang the so called inflation period requires the identification of very tiny details on maps of fluctuations of the CMB those for which G Smoot received the Nobel Prize in 2006 and thus precision measurement methods Another promising approach is the detection of deformations of spacetime known as gravitational waves These waves could have formed immediately after the big bang and would provide the only direct test of the content of the Universe emerging from the big bang Since those early epochs the expansion of the Universe has been decelerating It was discovered in 1998 that the expansion has been accelerating again for the past 4 billion years This is attributed to some new form of energy called dark energy Identifying dark energy has been singled out by both the astrophysics and fundamental physics communities as the priority task of the coming decade It is obviously related to the question of the future of our Universe The research consists in locating the remaining witnesses of these early periods collecting rare field samples and measurements analyzing them with the most exquisite modern techniques of imagery isotope geochemistry mineralogy in extreme pressure and temperature conditions as is beginning to be carried out on cores from Australia and South Africa that date back to 2 7 billion years and more Because we need to go back even further in the past to the first billion years of Earth s history it requires pushing back the resolution limits of many current instruments and also improving our understanding of some basic physical chemical and even biological principles and producing when needed efficient numerical modeling of massive amounts of data But the Present and the Past are keys to one another and understanding the distant past of the Earth requires

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/overview?mini=node%2F333%2F2015-11 (2015-10-10)
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