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Release of the IPGP 2022 annual report

Release of the IPGP 2022 annual report

Publication date: 23/10/2023

General public, Institute Life, Press, Research

The 2022 edition of the IPGP Annual Report is now available!

Find a snapshot of the Institute’s activities over the past year, with a number of emblematic scientific results in the IPGP’s four main themes: Earth and Planetary Interiors, Natural Hazards, Earth System Science and Origins.

Written in both French and English, the annual report aims to share with as many people as possible our enthusiasm for all the research we carry out.

Contents of this 2022 edition

  • 02 • The IPGP, 100 years of science for the planet

  • 04 • Interview with Marc Chaussidon, Director of the IPGP and Olivier Peyret, Chairman of the Board of Directors

  • 08 • Life of the establishment

  • 14 • Focus: Publication of the new landmark international land reference ITRF – Interview with Zuheir Altamimi

  • 16 • Research life

  • 24 • Focus: New instruments

  • 28 • Awards and honours

  • 31 • New researchers and professors

  • 36 • Focus: WebObs: Open Science Prize for Free Research Software

  • 38 • IPGP themes

  • 68 • Focus: ECORCAIR – Interview with Aude Isambert

  • 72 • Observatories

  • 98 • Focus: 40 years of GEOSCOPE – Interview with Martin Vallée

  • 102 • Focus: PREST report

  • 108 • Focus: SAFE-M – interview with François Métivier

  • 112 • Teaching

  • 118 • Focus: Two PhDs at a glance

  • 122 • Partnerships and international relationships

  • 128 • Observatories, themes, platforms and research teams

  • 132 • Management, bodies and officers

  • 134 • Staff

  • 136 • Budget

Annual report 2022 [PDF - 32 Mo]
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