Editorial, Awards | 20/03/2013

Ludwik Leibler, associate professor at ESPCI ParisTech, director of the Laboratory for Soft Matter and Chemistry and director of exceptional research at the CNRS, receives the CNRS Medal for Innovation, which rewards individuals whose exceptional research has led to noteworthy innovations for technology, economics, therapeutics and society.

Editorial, Recruitment | 13/03/2013

Waves and acoustics, neurobiology, organic chemistry… Six posts de Maître de conférences are open to competition and eligible for European citizens. This initiative highlights the scientific and educational dynamism of the School, at a time when various fields of research are over-extended.

Editorial, Life at ESPCI Paris, Students | 23/01/2013

From the visit of Dan Shechtman, 2011 Nobel Laureate in chemistry, to the ceremony awarding diplomas to the students of the 126th class, through the relocation of the Institut Langevin and the victory of our handball team, a review of some of the highlights of last year.

Editorial, Life at ESPCI Paris, Students | 23/12/2012

They’re names are Gaétan, Raphaël, Léo or Vincent… They are handballers and champions of the ParisTech Tournament. Spotlight on the feat achieved by their team last autumn, a resounding success which illustrates the dynamism of the Bureau of Sports, the competitive spirit of our engineering students and the atmosphere which exists on campus.

Editorial, Internaional, Research | 06/11/2012

Pierre Sens et Florent Krzakala are theoretical physicists, both members of the Gulliver Laboratory. This year, they both received an international research grant to develop innovative interdisciplinary projects. From compressed data sensing to cell mobility, a meeting with two scientists who think big in a laboratory specialising in diversity of scales.

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