Projet GeoPlaNet / Consortium

 

Presentation Project axes Consortium Publications

 

 Capture5

 

The consortium includes two partners from the Région Pays-de-Loire (Observatoire National de Sciences de l’Univers Nantes-Atlantique, Géosciences Le Mans) and, most importantly, international partners with whom the LPG has built its excellent research over the past 20 years. It includes two essential leaders of the international space exploration: the Jet Propulsion Laboratory – Caltech (JPL, USA) and the European Space Agency (ESA, Europe), plus six European laboratories and one US laboratory already actively involved in NASA and ESA space exploration programs. In addition to these fundamental partners, the consortium includes five foreign laboratories that are already leaders in the disciplines of Earth Sciences that have the greatest potential of application to Planetary Geosciences. We will seek to expand this initial core during the project, by accreting other relevant international partners.

 

Partners

Country

Website

Proposals of Master 2 internship topics

LPG

France

https://lpg-umr6112.fr/index.php?lang=en

There

JPL-Jet Propulsion Laboratory

United States

https://science.jpl.nasa.gov/PlanetaryScience/Geophysics/index.cfm

 

ESA-European Space Agency

Netherlands

https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/science-faculty/research/planetary-sciences

 

CAB- Centro de Astrobiología

Spain

http://cab.inta-csic.es/en/inicio

 

ORB-Observatoire Royal de Belgique

Belgium

http://www.astro.oma.be/en/

 

Open University

United Kingdom

   

IRSPS-International Research School in Planetary Science

Italy

   

Università di Padova

Italy

   

Université de Berne

Switzerland

http://www.space.unibe.ch/index_eng.html

 

University of New Mexico

United States

http://epswww.unm.edu/

 

Charles University

Czech

   

Universidade de Coimbra

Portugal

http://fisica.uc.pt/bx/ensino/pl_est.php?pl=plai5_

-Methods of automatic pattern recognition of structures on planetary surfaces; during  2018/2019; Teresa Barata

-Automatic pattern recognition of structures on the solar surface; during  2018/2019; Teresa Barata

-Data acquisition and analysis at magnetic observatories; 2017/2018 or 2018/2019; Paulo Ribeiro

-Inversion  of geomagnetic data for planetary core flows; 2017/2018 or 2018/2019; Alexandra Pais

Institute of Earth Sciences from Academica Sinica

Taiwan

   

Observatório Nacional

Brazil

http://www.on.br/index.php/pt-br/

 

Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil