PhysicsReimagined

About

The "Physics Reimagined" team

We are a team of physicists from the academic world. In 2013, we created a new activity, centered on collaborations with the world of design. These collaborations allow us to develop new ways of communicating science to the general public. They have also inspired us with new forms of teaching. Finally, they lead us to carry out research with social sciences and humanities laboratories for example on interdisciplinarity. Our actions are organized around three axes: innovation, diffusion, and research.

Articles about our activities

"Reimagining physics" (pdf, 406 KB)

J. Bobroff, Nature Nanotechnology p.496, Vol.12 (2017)

"Donner à voir la physique autrement" (pdf, 627 KB)

J. Bobroff, Reflets de la Physique, n°42 (2014)

"Quantum Physics for Everyone" (pdf, 111 KB)

J. Bobroff, Physics Today, p.60 (sept 2013)

Permanent staff

Julien Bobroff

Physics professor at Université Paris-Sud.

Frédéric Bouquet

Physicien, Maître de Conférences à l’Université Paris-Sud.

Former collaborators or interns

Coline Aubert

Design graphique, conception, illustration
Stage en 2017

Marianne Tricot

Illustration scientifique
Stage en 2017

Chloé Lehoux

Physique (Institut Villebon-Charpak)
Stage en 2018

Pierre Klein

Design, vidéo
Stage en 2016

Pierre Février

Physique quantique
Monitorat en 2015

Lorène Champougny

Physique de la matière molle
Monitorat en 2016

Julie Sistenich

Illustration scientifique
Stage et diplôme en 2017

Margaux Khalil

Illustration scientifique
Stage et diplôme en 2016-2017

Jordan Bieder

Physique des solides
Monitorat en 2014

Bastien Dassoneville

Physique des solides
Monitorat en 2014

Louisa Meghraoui

Illustration scientifique
Stage en 2015

Chloé Passavant

Illustration scientifique
Stage et diplôme en 2013-2014

Zoé Thiery

Illustration scientifique
Diplôme en 2012

Cyril Conton

Illustration scientifique
Diplôme en 2011

Access

Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Bâtiment 510, Université Paris Sud, 91405 Orsay, France

Beware : LPS is not located nearby the university in the valley but on the plateau du Moulon. You will need 10 to 15 mn to climb from the RER B station « Le Guichet » and it is steep.

Contact

Julien Bobroff, 01 69 15 53 36 – julien.bobroff@u-psud.fr
Pièce 225, Aile Nord, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides,
Bâtiment 510, Université Paris Sud, 91405 Orsay, France

Access map

Access map from RER train

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