Science Accueil has moved !
Waiting for our brand new offices, we have moved to temporary offices in Gif-sur-Yvette :
Moulon’s school, north entry, access from rue André Blanc-Lapierre. See map…
You can join us on this temporary phone number :
07 49 32 14 18.
We apologize for any inconvienient.
“Prendre soin de soi pendant ses études”, workshop coming soon
Heyme and Campus France are organizing a workshop at the GATE, Tuesday, November the 19th. Workshop in French, questions in English possible. Registrate now, places are in limited number!
The GATE is opening
To all our scientists (and students) : the GATE team awaits you starting August 26th and can help you access information and complete your administrative procedures in the shortest amount of time. Science Accueil will be present every day at the PISA (Point of Information Science Accueil) to provide you a personalized help and guide your through the procedures and refer you to our partners on the GATE. More information.
L’art des impressionnistes
Saturday June 15th 2019, around 20 scientists participated to the visit of the house and extraordinary gardens of Monet. Later a few members of the association AVF of Vernon shared their knowledge during a pastel and watercolor workshop. Once again a successful cultural visit !
The A.M.I.S of Science Accueil 1st seminary
Science Accueil has organized, on June 6, 2019, at the Institut Photovoltaïque de France, his first Actors of Scientific International Mobility (the acronym is meant for French), ended by the Deputy-Prefect of Palaiseau, Abdel-Kader GUERZA. It was designed for the laboratory and company representatives, see you on November 28, 2019, for the 2nd edition !
Science Accueil is an asset to the innovative actors, and was at SPRING Paris-Saclay, the innovation meeting of the area, organized on May the 15th, 2019 in CentraleSupélec by the EPAPS (Etablissement Public d’Aménagement du Territoire).
Royal visit and meet greet & eat
Saturday May the 11, around 20 scientists of 13 nationalities discovered Versailles’s castle after a lunch invitation by members of the AVF of Versailles (Accueil Villes Françaises), and a special welcome at the City Hall from the Mayor, François de Mazière, and his deputy in charge of associations, Sylvie Piganeau.