The research of the Astrophysics of Interstellar Matter (AMIS) group at the IAS encompasses many aspects of the physics and chemistry of interstellar matter, including both the gas and dust (composition, structure, evolution, etc.) from the diffuse interstellar medium to the formation of stars and proto-planetary disks.
A particular effort is being made to develop data processing and analysis tools and to disseminate these products and software to the community.
Overs the years we have been involved with many missions, including: IRAS, ISO, Herschel, Planck, ...
Alain Abergel (teacher)
Meriem El Yajouri (post-doc)
Emilie Habart (lecturer, head of the team)
Anthony Jones (Research Director)
Raphaël Meshaka (doctoral student)
Lara Pantoni (post-doc)
Dan Pineau (doctoral student)
Axel Rymar (doctoral student)
Benoît Tabone (post-doc)
Laurent Verstraete (teacher)
Nathalie Ysard (Research Officer)
Marion Zannese (doctoral student)
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