Mimas - Encelade

February 8th, 2024

Birth of an ocean on Saturn’s moon Mimas

If there’s one object in the Solar System where we wouldn’t expect to find liquid water, it’s undoubtedly Mimas. Unlike its big sister Enceladus, Mimas’ surface is extremely cratered and […]

motifs de coups de gouge (cavités concaves entourées de crêtes acérées) sur une paroi en calcaire de la grotte Saint-Marcel, en Ardèche

November 24th, 2023

Forming singularities in solution erosion

As water flows over soluble rock, it can create remarkable patterns in nature, often with sharp points. Gouge marks, concave depressions surrounded by ridges, are a common example. By combining […]

Autumn School Foraminifera

May 15th, 2023

Angers Autumn School Foraminifera and geochemistry

AAS is a research training for French and international scientists (PhD students, post-docs, academic and industrial partners) to acquire professional skills in coastal ecosystem functioning. Angers Autumn School AAS – […]

Thèses proposées 2023

April 17th, 2023

Thesis 2023

1- Ganymede, numerical simulations, fluid layers The ESA Juice (Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer) launched in April 2023 will explore Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon in great details from 2034. Besides being […]