"Fête de la Science" at IAS
IAS is participating to the national open lab day "Fête de la Science" in the week of the 6th of October.
After visits by students from several schools, the laboratory will be open for the general public on Sunday the 12th of October, from 2 to 6PM.
Here is the programme of activities and talks (in French) during this afternoon:
- 14:30: The Sun: Clara Froment
- 15:00: Fun experiments on vacuum, the atmosphere, and the liquefaction of oxygen: Emmanuel Dartois
- 15:30: Visit of the Calibration Station: François Langlet
- 16:00: The Univers revealed by the Planck satellite: Hervé Dole
- 16:30: Fun experiments on vacuum, the atmosphere, and the liquefaction of oxygen: Emmanuel Dartois
- 17:00: Astrochemistry, chemistry of the origins : Louis le Sergent d'Hendecourt
- 17:30: The Rosetta mission : comets, water, life...: Jean-Pierre Bibring
- 18:00: Visit of the Calibration Station: François Langlet
- During all afternoon: activities for children, and the "Martian Robot"
Furthermore, the Compagnie du Ciel (of which most actors work at IAS) will perform the play L'Inscription, written by Gérald Sibleyras, on the 10th of October at 8:30PM in building 427 of the Orsay campus.
"Fête de la Science": https://www.fetedelascience.fr/
On the Orsay campus: http://www.sciences.u-psud.fr/fr/actualites/fete-de-la-science-edition-2015.html