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Research | 02/03/2022
For more than ten years, Guylaine Ducouret, research engineer at the SIMM laboratory (ESPCI Paris – PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne University), has been collaborating with the specialized teams of the Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France (C2RMF) and Laboratoire d’Archéologie  Read more

Research | 15/02/2022
The Leidenfrost effect is one of those physical phenomena that can be observed directly at home: drops of cold water falling on a hot pan that roll on it without evaporating. Beyond its entertaining aspect, this effect is also responsible for crucial problems, especially when a surface must be  Read more

Life at ESPCI Paris | 11/02/2022
While less than 30% of the world’s researchers are women, and this rate plummets when one considers the positions of responsibility in the laboratories, how can we inspire future generations, arouse vocations and at the same time raise awareness of this problem within the scientific community?  Read more

Research | 08/11/2021
Future of robotics will undoubtedly involve the development of new models: "soft" robots capable of deforming themselves to perform complex tasks. What is the interest? Handling objects without damaging the objects that the robot interact with (e.g.? food!). To achieve this, the SHERO  Read more

Exceptional events | 12/10/2021
A scientific symposium on the legacy of Pierre-Gilles de Gennes will be held in Paris on 23 and 24 November. Nobel Prize in Physics in 1991, director of the ESPCI Paris - PSL for almost 25 years, he was a versatile and passionate scientist who was also very involved in science education,  Read more

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