Contacts
Lou.barreau [at] universite-paris-saclay.fr (Lou Barreau)
Jonathan.piard [at] ens-paris-saclay.fr (Jonathan Piard)
matthieu.lambert [at] ecole-estienne.fr (Mathieu Lambert)

Luminescience exhibition at LUMEN

Luminescience exhibition at LUMEN
This exhibition on luminescence for young adults (high school and university students) and adults interested in science was designed jointly by students from the 1st year (L3) Department of Teaching and Research (DER) in Chemistry and the 2nd year Diplôme Supérieur d'Art Appliqué (DSAA) in Scientific Illustration Design (DIS) at the École Estienne during the 2023-24 academic year.
Come and take part in this scientific and graphic walk where design and chemistry meet in an original way and learn more about luminescence from 7 to 26 February 2024 at LUMEN. We invite you to come and explore, manipulate and observe to discover several phenomena of luminescence, often taken from our everyday lives or the natural world.
LUMEN (bibliothèque)
Ajouter à mon agenda 2024-02-07 10:00:00 2024-02-26 18:00:00 Luminescience exhibition at LUMEN This exhibition on luminescence for young adults (high school and university students) and adults interested in science was designed jointly by students from the 1st year (L3) Department of Teaching and Research (DER) in Chemistry and the 2nd year Diplôme Supérieur d'Art Appliqué (DSAA) in Scientific Illustration Design (DIS) at the École Estienne during the 2023-24 academic year.
Come and take part in this scientific and graphic walk where design and chemistry meet in an original way and learn more about luminescence from 7 to 26 February 2024 at LUMEN. We invite you to come and explore, manipulate and observe to discover several phenomena of luminescence, often taken from our everyday lives or the natural world.
Lumen ENS-PARIS-SACLAY webmaster@ens-paris-saclay.fr Europe/Paris public

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Date: from 7 to 26 February 2024
LUMEN

A travelling exhibition

The exhibition will be on show at the University of Paris-Saclay's LUMEN in January 2024, but its DIY (Do It Yourself) format means that it can also be presented in other public places: institutions, higher education establishments, museums, etc.

An exhibition created by...

…SSarah Berri, Hélène Bézin-Chaingny, Hannah Franjou, Lise Irrmann, Joséphine Joffrin, Céline Louis, Oscar Maso y Guell Rivet, Lucie-Anais Michau, Mars Passédat, Kelis Pluton, Nathan Roussignol and Violette Zgraja, students. es in the 2nd year of the Diplôme supérieur d'arts appliqués (DSAA) specialising in scientific illustration design (DIS) and Cyprien Baziret, Valère Dauchot, Thibault Mattera, Matthieu Péria and Léopold Rogier students in the L3DDPC-FJC at the University of Paris-Saclay and ENS Paris-Saclay.

Partners

  • Scène de Recherche
  • GS-MRES (Graduate School – Métiers de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement supérieure)
  • ENS Paris-Saclay
  • Ecole Estienne
  • Université Paris-Saclay