About us

The LIA Origins has been renewed for the 2013-16 years by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the CNRS.

China and France have signed in October, 22th 2008, in Beijing, an agreement to create an International Associated laboratory called "Origins" in the field of Astrophysics. Origins activities include research on the origin of the matter and energy in the Universe, origins of the galaxies and heavy elements and origins of planets including those possibly hosting life. Its main goals is to favour and support collaborations between chinese and french research teams, in both science and instrumentation.

First Newsletter of the LIA "Origins" (January 2010) including the 2010 LIA Call

Newsletter of the LIA ”Origins” (January 2010) and Calls for Proposals for Exchange Programs, Studentships, Postdoc Positions, and Visiting Programs

On December 4 2009, LIA held the first Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) Meeting (Video-Conference).

French Participants: Francois Hammer, Chantal Balkowski, Alain Omont, Charling Tao, David Valls-Gabaud,

Chinese Participants: Wu Xiang-Ping, Zhang Shuang-Nan, Liu Xiao-Wei, Jing Yi-Peng, Gao Yu, Xue Sui-Jian, Qin Bo

(1) The SAC meeting discussed allocations of resources, and the 2010 Calls.

(2) The SAC members suggested organizing a Sino-French IFU workshop in China in Spring 2010.

Read more: First Newsletter of the LIA "Origins" (January 2010) including the 2010 LIA Call

Creation of LIA Origins commented by the CNRS

The creation of the LIA Origins has been commented on the website of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.

Link to the website [in french ]

Creation of the Origins International associated laboratory in Beijing, Oct. 22th 2008.

China and France have signed in October, 22th 2008, in Beijing, an agreement to create an International Associated laboratory called "Origins" in the field of Astrophysics. Origins activities include research on the origin of the matter and energy in the Universe, origins of the galaxies and heavy elements and origins of planets including those possibly hosting life. Its main goals is to favour and support collaborations between chinese and french research teams, in both science and instrumentation.

Read more: Creation of the Origins International associated laboratory in Beijing, Oct. 22th 2008.

Subcategories

template Joomla