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As an interdisciplinary laboratory of excellence in nanosciences and nanotechnologies, the LabEx NanoSaclay is coordinated by the Scientific Cooperation Foundation (FCS) of Campus Paris-Saclay. LabEx's calling is to make the various establishments collaborate closely enough with each other that they operate like a real laboratory. This is particularly true for NanoSaclay that is supported by the large academic and research institutions of the Campus (CNRS, Paris-Sud and Versailles-Saint-Quentin Universities, CEA, Ecole Polytechnique, Institut d'Optique Graduate School, Supélec, Ecole Centrale Paris, ENS Cachan, ONERA, INRIA, Synchrotron Soleil and also Thalès). This type of partnership within the LabEx is in theory more dynamic than any ANR or European project that would impose national and international associations, sometimes hard to manage, because it encourages dependence on local skills, which are very often excellent.
«LabEx NanoSaclay», interdisciplinary laboratory of excellence in Nanosciences and Nanotechonologies on Campus Paris-Saclay, is coordinated by the Scientific Partnership Fundation of Campus Paris-Saclay. It has the support of major research and training institutions located on the Campus
The objective of the Workshop Defis is to provide a forum for researchers working in different biophysical fields and in molecular simulation in order to promote close interactions and new advances in this research area.
D'Alembert Institute (FR3242), created and managed since January 2002 by Prof. Joseph Zyss, celebrates its 10h birthday on May 22nd, 2012, at ENS Cachan (Auditorium Chemla, IDA Building, Level -1).
The aim of this workshop will be to try to discrimimante, from scientific knowledge all the way to societal implications, between facts based on actual demonstrations and understanding, shedding light inasmuch as possible onto the near future, and what pertains to obscuring extrapolations.