THE DARK UNIVERSE

THE PRIMORDIAL UNIVERSE

NEUTRINOS

PARTICLE PHYSICS

NEUTRINOS

GRAVITATIONAL WAVES

HIGH ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS

THE DARK UNIVERSE

  

                        

                              

 

                               ILANCE@Work

    Leading projects have been identified as priorities for ILANCE’s scientific program for the first five years. During the last decades, the teams of IN2P3/CNRS and University of Tokyo have been actively involved together in very successful international programs

  • ATLAS

  • CTA

  • GRAND

  • HYPER-KAMIOKANDE

  • KAGRA-LIGO-VIRGO

  • LiteBIRD

  • SUBARU

  • XENON

     Research in physics regarding the infinitely large and the infinitely small scales of our universe is at the heart of ILANCE’s scientific program.

It includes six research areas: the primordial universe, the dark universe, neutrino physics, gravitational waves, high energy astrophysics and particle physics.

April,  2024

ILANCE hanami parties in Tokyo’s Harajuku park 

April 1  2024

In time for cherry blossoms, we welcome our 15 interns who will spend 4 to 5 months at ILANCE for their research internships in Japan in the fields of neutrinos (of course) but also cosmology, primordial universe, astroparticles and particle physics . Among them, 9 are from École Polytechnique , 4 from the Master PHE X-ETH and 2 from ENS Paris-Saclay.

February  2024

Kaho Morii, currently a second year PhD UTokyo graduate student working in the Atacama Large Millimeter and Submillimeter Array (ALMA) experiment, spent one month in France at the Bordeaux Astrophysics Laboratory (LAB).

She benefited from an ILANCE scholarship for her stay in France

ILANCE  collaborators April 1  2024

March 1,  2024

Welcome to Japan to Benjamin Quilain from IN2P3/CNRS who was assigned to ILANCE on March 1st. He is an expert in neutrino physics and member of the T2K, Super-K and Hyper-K collaborations. He brings with him doctoral students and interns for stays in Japan

 

 

 


February  2024

The project  “Launching multi-messenger at ultra-high energies with GRAND” supported by ILANCE is among the 5 selected projects (25 eligible) for PhD scholarships from the CNRS – University of Tokyo Ph.D. Joint Program.

Congratulations to our colleagues Kumiko Kotera and Takeshi Sako.

D-Joint-program-CNRS-UTokyo-Selected-candidates-2024_0229-final11.pdf

 

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