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On December 17, 2019, the first Biomedical Engineering Symposium brought together researchers from the Plateau de Saclay and medical doctors from several hospitals to discuss their research themes in order to improve patient treatment. Three new projects funded by the Bettencourt-Schueller Foundation were also announced.
First results published in Nature for the Parker Solar Probe which involve the Laboratory of Plasma Physics. By exploring the solar corona, his instruments reveal the tumults that wave the solar wind and thus help to understand it better.
The Carrefour Next Gen RetAIL Chair launches the 2nd edition of its students challenge on the issues related to digital transformation of an industrial group: "Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Challenge". This Hackathon will take place from February 3rd to March 7th, 2020.
EuroTech Universities Alliance High Level Event 2019 "Engineering (for) Europe's Future" will take place in Brussels on December 12th, 2019. A high-level panel debate and an interactive showcase of successful student teams are on the program.
The collective scientific student project "Destiny", carried out within the Student Space Center of l'X, was selected after the presentation made by students in ESA’s ESTEC technical center in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, in November 2018, by the REXUS/BEXUS program to be flown on a stratospheric balloon in October 2019.
An X researcher is involved in producing the first electron guide in graphene. As an optical fiber, it preserving their quantum character. This new electronic optics tool could be integrated with future quantum technologies and is published in Physical Review Letters the November 22, 2019.
The giant telescope of the H.E.S.S. has detected for the first time the very high energy gamma rays emitted by an astronomical cataclysm. Involving researchers from the Leprince-Ringuet Laboratory for Particle Physics and Astrophysics, this discovery is published in Nature on November 20, 2019.