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Calibration of the Advanced Virgo gravitational wave detector during the Observing Run O3

The first joint observation in August 2017 of gravitational waves coming from a neutron star inspiral and a gamma ray burst, followed by an optical signal, opened a new chapter of astronomy. (...)

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Data analysis of the DUNE prototype for the future of neutrino physics

DUNE (Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment) will seek for evidence of CP violation in the leptonic sector, starting 2026. Located in the United-States, this long baseline neutrino oscillation (...)

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Evolution of the large structures of the Universe and the counting of galaxy clusters with LSST

It is proposed to evaluate in terms of cosmological constraints the contribution of the statistics of galaxy clusters collected by the LSST telescope (Large Synoptic Survey Telescope) which is (...)

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Indirect search for new physics from the study of vector boson scattering at LHC.

Since the observation of a Higgs boson in 2012 at LHC, and after an in-depth study of its properties, it seems that the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics had finally revealed all its (...)

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Measurement of the CP-violating phase φs in Bs decays to neutral particles

This work fits within the activities of the LAPP LHCb group such as the expertise around the calorimeter system and the measurements of key CP observables in the B0 and Bs meson systems. In (...)

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Search for new phenomena through polarisation studies of vector bosons at LHC

Since the observation of the Higgs boson in 2012 at the LHC, so far, no evident signs for the existence of new particles beyond the Standard Model (SM) was observed in direct searches. However, a (...)

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Study of the fist data of the SuperNEMO neutrino experiment

The SuperNEMO project is an international collaboration including more than 200 scientists, as well as one of the flagship projects of IN2P3. Its main goal is to study a rare process called (...)

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