ENS Lyon, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
ENS Lyon, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Location: Lyon - Rhône-Alpes
The international attractiveness of ENS de Lyon is a strategic priority, both in terms of training and research. As the new 2023 academic year begins, we take a look at some of the signs of the vitality and international recognition of our institution.
Professor of Civil Law at Gakushin University and Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law, Japan - Visiting Professor 2023-24 - September 1st to 30, 2023 - Inviting Professor: Béatrice Jaluzot (Atsushi OMURA), a leading Japanese civil law scholar, is the author of a Treatise on Fundamental Civil Law, several textbooks and some twenty monographs and essays.
Publication of the LBMC in the journal Genes and Development, on August 4, 2023. Communication of CNRS-INSB on August 21, 2023. DNA breaks disrupt the integrity of the chromosome and the genetic information it contains.
Publication of the IGFL in the journal eLife on June 9, 2023. Communication on Jully 12, 2023. In nature, it's all a matter of perception: it's by knowing their environment that living beings can react to it.
Publication of the Physics Laboratory and the LIP in the journal PRX Quantum on April 18, 2023. Communication of the CNRS-INP on June 13, 2023.
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) - Affiliated Professor 2022-24 - (June 2022) June 19 to July 17, 2023 (stay planned in 2024) - Inviting Researcher: Hervé Piégay Prof. Vikrant Jain is a river scientist with basic training in geosciences.
Congratulations to Samuel Angiboust (geology), Anne Benoit (computer science) and Grégory Miermont (mathematics), as well as to the alumni nominated. At the end of May 2023, the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF, Academic Institute of France) unveiled the list of members appointed as of 1 October 2023, for a period of 5 years.
Assistant Professor in Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business - Visiting Professor 2022-23 - June 1st to 28, 2023 - Inviting Researcher: Mathieu Couttenier Charles-Louis Sidois is a young researcher, having defended his thesis in 2018.
Publication of the RDP in the journal Science Advances, on July 19, 2023. Communication of CNRS-INSB on August 28, 2023. Cytokinesis in multicellular organisms dictates how cells are organized in a tissue, their identities and functions.
Publication of the Physics Laboratory in the journal PNAS, on July 18, 2022, and Nano Letters, on May 22, 2023. Communication of CNRS-INP on July 17, 2023. Researchers at the Physics laboratory of ENS de Lyon (CNRS/ENS de Lyon) have recreated artificial pores that mimic the functioning of two types of biological pore, paving the way for the manufacture of selective nano-pumps and nano-filters.
Publication of the LGL-TPE in the journal Tectonophysics on April 28, 2023. Communication of the CNRS-INSU on June 12, 2023. A research team has recently published a study on the mechanism of crustal flow in the journal Tectonophysics .
Publication of the Physics Laboratory in the journal Nature on June 14, 2023. Communication of the CNRS-INP on June 14, 2023. A research team involving members of the Physics Laboratory of ENS de Lyon has demonstrated the existence of a new form of order never before identified in nature: 'non-orientable' order, which can endow simple structures with properties that enable them to store information.
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology - Affiliated Professor 2023-25 - June 15 to July 15, 2023 ( (Stays planned in 2024 and 2025) - Inviting Researcher: Hervé Piégay Dr Shishir Gaur did his PhD from IIT, Delhi with the collaboration of École des Mines, France.
Professor, Department of Contemporary History, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz - Visiting Professor 2022-23 - April 28 to June 30, 2023 - Inviting Researcher: Samuel Lézé Emmanuel Delille, historian, teaches in the Department of Contemporary History at Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, and is a researcher at the Centre Marc Bloch ÜBerlin).
Congratulations to the physics students of ENS de Lyon and their coaches for this wonderful victory. Remember their names and faces: Mathis Chevé, Rémy Dolbeault, Yannis Kefaloucos, Amaury Marchon, Till Person, Max Riedinger and their three coaches, Nicolas Plihon, Hugo Roussille and Nicolas Taberlet, have won, equally placed with Poland, the 2023 edition of the International Physicists' Tournament!.