Understand the physical mechanisms governing the dynamics of astrophysical plasmas at every scale using numerical, analytical and experimental methods.
Reconstruct galactic evolutions based on observations from large spatial instruments and telescops as well as high-resolution computer simulations.
Cosmologists and computer scientists working together to develop new methods of statistics, signal processing, and apply them to the analysis of data for cosmology and other areas.
Observe and study the extreme sources and the most violent phenomena in the Universe. The sources are often revealed by their high energy radiation.
Study the internal and external dynamics of the Sun , stars and their interactions with orbiting planets for a dynamic view of the stars and planets in their space environment.
Understanding the physics of star formation and the production of dust in the outer space from observations of the far-infrared to sub-millimeter.
Supporting space projetcs in terms of management, supervision of conception, study, development and making.
Connecting astrophysics and instrumentation from conception to flying steps. Defining instruments and make sure they tie in scientific objects.
Engineers and scientists working together to define the technical aspects to take into account while making space intruments.
R&D in detectors from far infrared to gamma ray using bolometers, microcalocalorimeters or semiconductors.
Concepting and developping electronic equipment using analog and digital electronic systems architectures