Publié le 20 janvier 2021– Mis à jour le 18 novembre 2021
Colloques et conférences
After hydrogen, oxygen is the second most abundant reactive element. The reduction-oxidation reaction is one of the pillars of chemistry, on Earth and in space. The present workshop focuses on the role and form of oxygen in astrophysical environments. During two days, the elusive presence of molecular oxygen in the Interstellar Medium and its unexpectedly high abundance in comets will be discussed.
The aim of this workshop is to gather 15 experts of the field of desorption energies of species in an astrophysical context. Together, the invited participants will make a round table on this topic, including observational, modeling and experimental aspects.
The present international workshop has two major aims. The first part of the meeting will be devoted to the present understanding of the new data provided by the SOLIS program (the Seed Of Life in Space), and the second part will be devoted to the question of the detection and routes of formation of Complex Organic Molecules in Space.
L’école doctorale Sciences et Ingénierie organisera sa journée de rencontre annuelle le jeudi 23 Juin 2016 à 13H45 sur le site de Neuville de l’université de Cergy-Pontoise. C’est l’occasion pour les doctorants, comme pour leurs collègues, d’échanger autour de leur travail de recherche.
The aim of this workshop is to gather 15 experts of the field of formation of H2 on interstellar dust grains. Together, the invited participants will make a round table on this topic, including observational, modeling and experimental aspects. They will review existing works, sort where everybody agree and where there is still debate, and finally propose an article together, that will be submitted to Molecular Astrophysics.
Dust is present almost everywhere in the Universe, out of our galaxy and in the Solar system. This workshop is an opportunity for everyone of us to exchange our respective views on each facet of the grains which we find useful in our own research domain. We hope it will foster fertile discussions and generate new collaborations.