RENCONTRES
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Welcome to the French Young Physicists' Meeting!

WARNING: this is the webpage for RJP 2016! You will find information on the 2017 session on the new website: https://rjp-paris.jeunes.sfpnet.fr

DISCLAIMER: WE WOULD LIKE TO INSIST ON THE FACT THAT THIS EVENT IS AIMED AT BRINGING PHD STUDENTS WORKING IN A FRENCH LAB (AND MAINLY AROUND PARIS) TOGETHER. NO INVITATION LETTER NOR ACCOMODATION WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ANYONE.

We are happy to announce that the 4th edition of the French Young Physicists' Meeting (“Rencontres des Jeunes Physiciennes”) will take place on November 9, 2016, at the Collège de France.

For your information, you can have a look at last year's program and some presentation videos on the page of the 2015 RJP edition. You can find below 3 of last year's presentations:

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During the day, oral presentations will be done and there will be a poster session. The broad program and the huge variety of subjects will provide a perfect atmosphere for casual discussion between guests and participants. The oral presentations are carefully chosen by the organising committee in order to showcase the innovative character of their research.

Crédit photographique : Jean-François Dars

The huge success of the three previous editions,
we look forward to seeing you there to exchange on Physics
in a stimulating and friendly atmosphere!

How to participate?

Abstract submissions are opened until October, 17.

Participation is free of charge for everyone, but registration is imperative on our google form.

You can see who registred on the following list. You'll probably see some people you know on that list, so if your name isn't on it yet, do not hesitate, register yourself!

For speakers / poster presentations

The applications for oral presentations are now closed. Only poster application is still possible (an abstract using one of the templates is required); send a mail to rjp [at] sfp-paris *dot* fr.

When chosing the speakers, the comity tried to reward both the quality of the research and the clarity of the abstract, while also spanning as many fields in physics as possible.

Each speech will last 15 minutes, with 5 additional minutes for questions. Special care should be taken to keep the subject understandable and explain the bigger picture; understandable meaning accessible to a public of non-specialists.

Contributions must both introduce the filed of the study and describe the work performed by the speaker in order to conciliate a detailed scientific content and a educational form.

The speech can be either in French or English. The text on the slides or posters must be in English and include the logo of the presenter's doctoral school.

Practical information

Breaking news! This year the RJPs will be held in the prestigious Collège de France, in the center of Paris.


Zoom / Google addict.

Using the subway: line 10, stations Maubert-Mutualité or Cluny-La Sorbonne.

Coming by the RER B, station Luxembourg

By bus :

  • line 87, stop: Collège de France.
  • lines 84 and 89, stop: Mairie du 5e - Panthéon.
  • line 27, stop: Les Écoles.
  • line 47, stop: Dante or Maubert-Mutualité depending on the direction.

Program for 2016

00-intro Presentation of the day. 9:15
todo Sylvain de Léséleuc Comment ranger des atomes dans son simulateur quantique ?
todo Marguerite Léang Solvent imbibition in a porous gel during consolidation: application to restoration of art paintings.
todo Tanguy Marchand Modélisation des ondes gravitationnelles émises par un système binaire de deux trous noirs.
todo Sarah Moitrier Collective extrusion triggered by a light-inducible oncogene.
17-cloture Coffee break
todo Adrien Jeantet Quantum Optics with Carbon Nanotubes.
todo Anastasiia Zolotarova Dirac or Majorana particle: This is the question! The bolometric way towards this fundamental neutrino property.
todo Vincent Cognet Bio-inspired turbine blades offer new perspectives for wind energy.
todo Martin Turbet Proxima Centauri b : Découverte, Évolution, Climats et Observabilité de l’exoplanète la plus proche de la Terre.
17-cloture Lunch and poster session 12:30
todo Olivier Thouvenin Des ondes plein la tête : Imagerie optique de déformations mécaniques pour les neurosciences.
todo Aurélien Sourie Superfluidité dans les étoiles à neutrons et application aux glitches des pulsars.
todo Xavier de Milly On-demand synchronisation in oscillatory systems.
todo Marie Chupeau Exploration de l’espace par un marcheur aléatoire affamé.
17-cloture Coffee break
todo Romain Anankine Le côté obscur de la condensation d’excitons semiconducteurs.
todo Alexandre Cameron The fate of the alpha-dynamo at large Rm.
todo Anais Giustiniani Sticking with mayonnaise: influence of a bulk structuration on adhesion.
todo Aurélien Chopinaud Transfert de vortex optiques du rouge vers le bleu dans une vapeur atomique.
17-cloture Coktail and poster session. 17:00
17-cloture Closure. Informal discussion around a drink in a privatised bar.

Our partners


The organising committee would like to thank the Central Paris Section of the “ Société Française de Physique ” (French Physics society) for creating, and supporting to this day, the RJP meetings. We are also grateful for the kind contributions of our sponsors, without which these encounters wouldn’t be possible.

Thanks to the SFP, Doctoral Schools, UFRs, LabEx, and other institutions for their trust!


Contact

You have questions? Remarks? Tell us about it using the address: rjp [at] sfp-paris *dot* fr!

Organizing committee for the 2016 edition:

  • President:
  • Frédéric Combes

  • Vice-president:
  • Sarah Houver

  • Secretary:
  • Sébastien Vievard

  • Treasurers:
  • David Perconte & Hadrien Vroylandt

  • Side-events:
  • Thibaut Houdy & Inés Rodríguez Arias

  • Communication:
  • Quentin Ficheux, Inés Rodríguez Arias & Tanguy Fardet

  • Various:
  • Suzanne Dang, Cédric Enesa & Remy Le Breton