Program > Plenary Speakers

 

Wednesday July 17 – Friday July 19

Prof. Bernard Bigot, Director-General, ITER Organization, Cadarache, France

"ITER Project: let the stars inspire us towards a sustainable world energy supply"

Prof. Ewine van Dishoek,  Kavli prize Laureate in Astrophysics (2018), Leiden Univ., The Netherlands

"Building stars, planets and the ingredients for life in space"

Prof. Christoph Gerber, Kavli Prize Laureate in Nanosciences (2016), Univ. of Basel, Switzerland

"From Nanobio to precision medicine  based on  nanomechanics"

Prof. Charles Kane, Laureate of the 2019 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

"The emergence of topological quantum matter"

Prof. Francisco Mojica, Albany Medical Center Prize (2017), pioneer of CRISPR (molecular biology), Univ. of Alicante, Spain

"CRISPR systems: the advent of a new scenario in biological research"

Prof. Gérard Mourou, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

 "Passion Extreme Light"

 Dr Hubertus Thomas, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Wessling, Germany 

"Complex/Dusty Plasma Physics – from Laboratory to Space"

Prof. Qi-Kun Xue, Laureate of the 2016 Future Science Prize-Physical Science Prize, Tsinghua University, China

"Atomic-Level Control of High Temperature Superconductivity" 

 

Friday evening, July 19 - SPECIAL EVENT

Prof. Henry de Lumley Président de l'Institut de Paléontologie Humaine, Fondation Scientifique Albert 1er Prince de Monaco

"Les grandes étapes de l'évolution morphologique et culturelle de l'Homme. Emergence de l'Être Humain"

Prof. Etienne Klein, CEA, Saclay and Ecole Centrale, Paris, France

"Peut-on penser contre son cerveau"?

Prof. Michel Mayor, Lauréat du Prix Wolf 2017,  découvreur de la première exoplanète  51 Peg b à l'Observatoire de Haute Provence en 1995, Univ. de Genève, Switzerland

"Autres Mondes dans le Cosmos : Rêve de l'Antiquité - Réalité de l'Astrophysique  d'Aujourd'hui" 

 

 
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