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Observatoire des Sciences de l'Univers de Grenoble

About university Observatory for science and the Universe, Grenoble (OSUG) (French: ''Observatoire de Sciences de l'Univers de Grenoble'') is a French research and higher education establishment located in Grenoble, dedicated to the study of the Earth, planets, the Universe, atmosphere and environment. It is part of Universite Joseph Fourier. Its location is on the Saint-Martin d'Hères Campus near Grenoble. OSUG has nine research departments (600 people), whose research areas cover: geophysics, geology, planetology, astrophysics, glaciology and fluid dynamics. Within the missions of OSUG are astronomical, seismic and geodesic surveys. Academics An academic is a person who works as a teacher or researcher at a university or other higher education institution. An academic usually holds an advanced degree. The term scholar is sometimes used with equivalent meaning to that of academic and describes in general those who attain mastery in a research discipline. It has wider application, with it also being used to describe those whose occupation was researched prior to organized higher education. Academic administrators such as university presidents are not typically included in this use of the term academic, although many administrators hold advanced degrees and pursue scholarly research and writing while also tending to their administrative duties. In the United States, the term academic is approximately synonymous with that of the job title professor although in recent decades a growing number of institutions include librarians in the category of "academic staff." In the United Kingdom, various titles of academic rank are used, typically research associate, research fellow (also senior research fellow and principal research fellow), lecturer (also senior lecturer and principal lecturer), reader, and professor. The colloquial term don is sometimes substituted for teaching staff at Oxford and Cambridge. Within academia, diverse constituent groups have diverse, and sometimes conflicting, goals. In the contemporary academy several of these conflicts are widely distributed and common. A salient example of conflict is that between the goal to improve teaching quality and the goal to reduce costs. The conflicting goals of professional education programs and general education advocates currently are playing out in the negotiation over accreditation standards. University statistics Terre - Univers - Environnement Pôle de recherche et de formation en Sciences de la Terre, de l’Univers et de l’Environnement, l’Observatoire de Grenoble fédère 6 unités de recherche, 5 équipes de recherche associées et 2 unités de services. Soient 1100 agents - dont près d’un tiers de doctorants (étudiants en thèse) - qui œuvrent dans tous les domaines de recherche fondamentale et appliquée sur l’Univers et la planète Terre : astrophysique, planétologie, géophysique, géologie, climatologie, hydrologie, glaciologie, écologie... Son domaine Statut : "OSU, Observatoire des Sciences de l’Univers" C’est le décret n° 85-657 du 27 juin 1985 qui définit les Observatoires des Sciences de l’Univers (OSU), en faisant référence à la loi du 26 janvier 1984 sur les Universités et au décret de 1985 créant l’INSU, Institut National des Sciences de l’Univers du CNRS. Missions : Observation - Recherche - Formation - Diffusion des connaissances L’article 2 du décret du 27 juin 1985 confère aux Observatoires des Sciences de l’Univers (OSU) les missions suivantes :Les observatoires des sciences de l’univers assurent des missions spécifiques et des missions communes.Les missions spécifiques sont : Dans le domaine de l’astronomie, de contribuer au progrès de la connaissance de l’univers par l’acquisition de données d’observation, le développement et l’exploitation de moyens appropriés, l’élaboration des outils théoriques nécessaires, dans la Périmètre & moyens : historique, effectifs, dotations... Evolution du périmètre de l’Observatoire Depuis sa fondation, l’Observatoire de Grenoble n’a cessé d’évoluer afin de répondre, en particulier, aux missions fondamentales que lui confère depuis 1985 (décret) son statut d’ "OSU" ; il regroupe progressivement plusieurs laboratoires et équipes de recherche et diverses activités liés au domaine des "Sciences de la Terre, de l’Univers et de l’Environnement". Top researches The Spectroscopy Atelier is devoted to techniques and tools of Optical Spectroscopy. This is a highly inter-disciplinary topic, relevant to a large number of researchers within OSUG, as spectroscopic techniques are applied in a wide range of scientific disciplines; and to subjects ranging from the deep Earth, to Earth and planetary atmospheres, all the way to interstellar matter. The purpose of this workshop is to initiate discussions, and perhaps collaborations, between researchers within OSUG who develop or use spectroscopic tools. Structure de coordination des activités en géochimie et minéralogie au sein de l’Observatoire. Un groupe de travail s’est constitué pour échanger sur les différentes techniques utilisées et inventorier les outils. Les drones occupent une place de plus en plus visible en géosciences et peuvent répondre à une très grande diversité de missions en embarquant à leurs bords des charges utiles très variées: APN, lidar, capteurs optiques, capteurs météo, systèmes de prélèvement... Ils donnent accès à des zones difficiles d’approche et permettent d’avoir une vue depuis le ciel propice à la spatialisation des mesures et à la confrontation avec les mesures satellitaires. Planetology is, of course, at the heart of the team of Planetology of Grenoble. However, it is interdisciplinary per se. Let’s see... Knowledge in climatology are obviously essential to understand the climates of all the planets having an atmosphere. The seismic and geology are at work on Earth as on all the telluric planets. The water exists in its various forms - liquid, solid or gaseous - on many bodies of the solar system, including comets of course. The magnetism is an important feature of many planets and some satellites of the solar system and its absence as on Venus, or his extinction as on Mars, raise original and complex questions. The discovery of extrasolar planets allows applying our knowledge to original bodies, "hot Jupiter" close to their star for example. Geochemistry is essential to the study of interstellar grain to the emergence of life.Finally, signal processing and geophysical imaging find a powerful extension on other planets.

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