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After receiving four prestigious professors in 2018-2019, The Gaspard Monge Visiting Professor Program will allow five new professors to join École Polytechnique this year.

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Renewal of the André Citroën chair for imagining the cars of the future
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What will cars be like in the future? This is the focus of the André Citroën chair, created in 2011, renewed in 2016 and extended on Tuesday 10 September 2019.

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Dipankar Dar Sarma, J. N. Tata Chair Professor at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru, India, is one of the professors invited thanks to the Gaspard Monge Program.

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Razvan Gurau: an ERC grant in theoretical physics
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Thanks to an ERC Consolidator Grant, Razvan Gurau, CNRS research scientist at the Center of Theoretical Physics (CPHT), will be able to further his work on random tensors and field theory, an area of theoretical physics that may make it possible to solve equations that are challenging scientists today.

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Reorganize materials by adding active intruders
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In metallurgy or optics, the quality and properties of materials are a direct function of the arrangement of the crystals of atoms composing them.

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Andrea Puhm lauréate ERC Starting Grant 2019
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CNRS researcher at École polytechnique’s Center of Theoretical Physics, Andrea Puhm was awarded an ERC Starting Grant that will allow her to put together a research team on “Information Encoding in Quantum Gravity and the Black Hole Information Paradox.”

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#Rankings

École Polytechnique remains second best small university worldwide according to the World's best small universities 2019 ranking published by Times Higher Education (THE).

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réseaux d'actine désorganisée en super résolution obtenue au LOB
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École polytechnique’s Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences (LOB) participated in a study coordinated by the Institute of Biology Paris-Seine on the discovery of a cellular mechanism essential to embryonic development that has just been published in Nature.

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