Astroparticle Physics in Provence. Wednesday 7 July Presentation Amphitheatre CPPM 10:30-10-40 Welcome (John Carr)
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Wednesday 7 July Presentation Amphitheatre CPPM
10:30-10-40 Welcome (John Carr)
10.40-11.10 Introduction to neutrino astrophysics (John Carr) 11.10-11.40 The ANTARES apparatus (Jurgen Brunner) 11.40-12.10 Introduction to dark energy and SNAP (André Tilquin) - lunch break - 14.00-14.30 Activities at CPPM and Luminy (Elemer Nagy)
14.30-15.30 Guided tour of the integration hall 15.30-16.00 Time for questions
Thursday 8 July
Visit to La Seyne sur Mer : IFREMER and FOSELEV Marine
Friday 9 July
Visit to Observatoire d'Haute Provence
Centre de Physiques des Particules de Marseille
Observatoire d’Haute Provence
La Faculté des Sciences compte près de 2800 étudiants
et de 320 salariés dont
une centaine de Maîtres de Conférences,
une cinquantaine de Moniteurs du CIES
et près de 110 agents administratifs et techniques.
La Seyne sur Mer
Institut Michel Pacha
Created by decree of 5 June 1984,
Ifremer is a public institute of industrial and commercial nature.
From January 2002, it is placed under the joint supervision of four ministries:
Research, Agriculture and Fisheries; Transport and Housing; Environment.
The Observatoire de Haute-Provence (OHP) was created in 1937
as a national facility for French astronomers although the first plans for a privately financed observatory date from as early as 1923. The first astronomical observations were made in 1943 with the 1.20m Telescope and the first research paper dates from 1944.
The Observatory is owned by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and is funded by the CNRS and the Institut National des Sciences de l'Univers (INSU). OHP is part the Marseille-Provence Astronomical Observatory (OAMP) research institute.