Welcome to RJP Grenoble!
A one day conference for non-permanent physicists working in Grenoble for social and scientific exchange. It will be a great opportunity for you to gain a broad overview of the research executed here by your fellow students and to enter into a strong network of young physicists.
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The participation is free for both the speakers and the listeners. We strongly encourage you to submit an abstract for oral/poster presentation in order to benefit the most from the conference .You can register for the conference by clicking here. Abstract of the oral presentation or poster can be uploaded in the registration form. A template for abstract is available below.
Oral Presentation or poster
In its choice of speakers, the committee seeks to promote both the quality of research and the clarity of the subject, while trying to scan different areas of physics.
Each oral presentation will last maximum 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. Special attention should be paid to pedagogy and the perspective of the subject in a more general context. The subject must remain accessible to an audience of physicists who are not specialists in the field. You can expect your audience coming from different backgrounds like Nanophysics, cosmology, biophysics, condensed matter physics, thermodynamics etc.
The contributions should both introduce the field of study and describe the research work of the doctoral student, with a view to reconciling demanding scientific communication and pedagogic presentation.
Presentations should be in English as the participants will be from different nationalities. Further, the presentation materials (slides, posters, etc.) must be in English and bear the logo of the Doctoral School on which the speaker depends.
Program of the day
RJP is a daylong conference fully loaded with presentations by young physicists, fun activities such as quizzes, cocktail, surprise events and prize distribution. Below is the tentative program of RJP 2019.
Organizers Aseem Rajan K (SIMaP), Katherine Driscoll (Institut Néel), Alejandro Jiménez Muñoz (LPSC), Lorenzo Mariano (SIMaP)