Outreach

The Department of Physics provides ressources for teachers, researchers, students and for the general public on topics related to fundamental physics.

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Upcoming Seminars

Find out more about the upcoming physics seminars organised within and outside of ENS. Location, schedule and contact organisers are listed in the ’useful information’ section. Lab Seminars Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel (LKB) Site web : (...) | ↦ Read more

Cycles lessons

Cours de Claude Cohen-Tannoudji Retrouvez les cours de Chaire de physique atomique et moléculaire de Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, Prix Nobel de Physique 1997. Vous pouvez aussi retrouver l’initiation aux atomes froids par l’équipe "atomes froids" du (...) | ↦ Read more

Physics seminars ENS-X-UPS

PHYSICS SEMINARS ENS-X-UPS 2, 3 ET 4 MAI 2018 THEME OF THE DAYS: ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE AND SCALING LAWS This symposium is organized for the teachers of preparatory classes by the Physics Departments of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the (...) | ↦ Read more

MOOC at the Department of Physics

The massive open online course (MOOC) concept has already transformed the way people around the globe can access education. The Ẻcole normale supérieure has decided to be an actor in this movement and it’s an opportunity for the Department of (...) | ↦ Read more

Colloquium - 2017/2018

Colloquium, year 2017 - 2018 Every other Tuesday, at 5:15pm in salle Jean Jaurès, 29 rue d’Ulm, Paris | ↦ Read more

Events "In Focus"

Here you will find all the articles listed in the "In Focus" section of our website for the year 2015-2016 | ↦ Read more

Archives

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Le Département de physique aux élèves des CPGE scientifiques

Exposés scientifiques et espace de dialogue sur le thème des TIPE (Travaux d’initiative personnelle encadrés). | ↦ Read more

The Beg Rohu Summer school

The Beg Rohu Summer school is an international summer school of statistical physics and condensed matter. It is located at the French National Sailing School in Brittany. Every year it gathers for two weeks fifty participants—half PhD (...) | ↦ Read more