Computer support

Facts and Figures:

Facts and Figures:

The ENS Physics department has a dual role of teaching and research. It also provides the technical resources for laboratories (mechanical workshop, helium liquefier, clean room, computer network, logistics, warehouses) as well as administrative support.

Composed of 460 people including 120 researchers/teacher-researchers, the Physics department is the largest research and teaching structure in the ENS.

It occupies 12,000 m² a historic building on rue Lhomond, on the ENS campus in Paris, 2,000 m² on the Jussieu campus and a few buildings at the Collège de France.

Since 2011, the department has been certified ’laboratory of excellence’ for the quality of its research and teaching (Future investments - Labex call for projects).

Computer support, servers and network at the department are to a large extent mutualized.
Department staff maintains, supervises and services on the order of 1000 machines, from computers for administration to high-performance computing clusters and department-wide mail and web servers. The Department computing team is fully responsible for servers, wifi, account email and the internal network, and for the interfacing with ENS computing staff. They interact very strongly with researchers on questions of data acquisition, storage, scientific computing and with administrative staff for the daily maintenance.

Useful information (internal access only)
http://si-net.phys.ens.fr/

Team members:

Manager :Frédéric Desprez

Systems and Networks administration
- Frédéric Desprez
Bureau : L158
Tél : 01 44 32 25 16
Contact Frédéric Desprez

Computer support
- Christophe Bonnet
Bureau GH 004
Tél : 01 44 32 25 31
Contacter Christophe Bonnet

- Yann Colin
Bureau L158
Tél : 01 44 32 25 45
Contact Yann Colin

- Zaïre Dissi
Bureau GH 004
Tél : 01 44 32 33 83
Contact Zaïre Dissi

Facts and Figures:

The ENS Physics department has a dual role of teaching and research. It also provides the technical resources for laboratories (mechanical workshop, helium liquefier, clean room, computer network, logistics, warehouses) as well as administrative support.

Composed of 460 people including 120 researchers/teacher-researchers, the Physics department is the largest research and teaching structure in the ENS.

It occupies 12,000 m² a historic building on rue Lhomond, on the ENS campus in Paris, 2,000 m² on the Jussieu campus and a few buildings at the Collège de France.

Since 2011, the department has been certified ’laboratory of excellence’ for the quality of its research and teaching (Future investments - Labex call for projects).