09/05/22 : LPC2E is the Local Organizer of the Mercury 2022 conference that is dedicated to planet Mercury and that will be held at hotel Dupanloup, Orléans, from June 7 until June 10.
02/06/2021: On May 28th 2021, Anna Tkachenko brilliantly defended her PhD thesis entilted «On the role of the random density fluctuations in the generation of the type III solar radio bursts».
On May 15, 2020, Chaoyang Xue brilliantly defended his thesis entitled « The Sources of Rural Atmospheric HONO and Their Impact on Regional Air Quality in The North China Plain ».
The bronze medal is given in recognition of the research work done by a promising researcher. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue well-engaged and already fruitful research.
On November 13, the Parker Solar Probe team has been awarded the NASA Silver Achievement Medal in recognition of its “stellar achievement” as humanity’s first mission to explore the Sun’s corona and the solar wind within the extreme environment around our star. The LPC2E participates in this mission through the SCM search-coil instrument.
Barnabé CHERVILLE, PhD student in Planetology, won the 3rd prize for his oral presentation of the "Space Factor" Student Contest at the 19th conference of the EANA (European Astrobiology Network Associatio