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Serge Haroche
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Raymond Aron
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Pierre Boulez
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Pierre Corvol
(Sciences)
Quantum mechanics
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Collège de France

Knowledge Identifier: &College_de_France

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College de France

Higher education and research establishment in France.add

Category: Sciences

Founded in 1530.

Countries: France (64%), (14%), Syria (4%)

Main connections: Serge Haroche, Professor, Frederic Joliot-Curie

Linked to: Institut de France, PSL University, PSL Research University

 

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1530

It was established in 1530 by King Francis I of France, as an imitation of the Collegium Trilingue in Louvain, at the urging of Guillaume Budé add something


1831

Jean-Baptiste Say - In 1831 he was made professor of political economy at the Collège de France


1858

Salomon Munk - On his return Munk was elected secretary of the Consistoire Central des Israélites de France; on December 3, 1858, he was elected a member of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres; and a few years later he was appointed professor of Hebrew at the &Collège_de_France (collège_de_France), in succession to Renan


1898

Mammad agha Shahtakhtinski - In 1898, Shahtakhtinski returned to Paris to excel in Arabic, Persian and Turkish languages at the Collège de France and the École pratique des hautes études


1918

Henri Maspero - In 1918 he succeeded Chavannes in the Chair of Chinese at the Collège de France


1931

Francois Simiand - His contribution to French social science was recognized in 1931 when, at the age of 58, he was elected to the faculty of the Collège de France and accepted the chair in labor history


1937

Frederic Joliot-Curie - In 1937 he left the Radium Institute to become a professor at the Collège de France working on chain reactions and the requirements for the successful construction of a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fission to generate energy through the use of uranium and heavy water


1950

Frederic Joliot-Curie - A devoted communist, he was purged in 1950 and relieved of most of his duties, but retained his professorship at the Collège de France


1954

Georges Charpak - He received his PhD in 1954 from Nuclear Physics at the Collège de France, receiving the qualification after having written a thesis on the subject of very low radiation due to disintegration of nuclei


1955

Raymond Aron - From 1955 to 1968, he taught at the Sorbonne, and after 1970 at the Collège de France


1975

Paul Veyne - In 1975 Veyne entered the Collège de France thanks to the support of Raymond Aron, who had been abandoned by his former heir apparent Pierre Bourdieu


1980

Jean-Marie Lehn - In 1980, he was elected to become a teacher at the prestigious Collège de France, and in 1987 was awarded the Nobel Prize, alongside Donald Cram and Charles Pedersen for his works on cryptands


1983

Pierre Corvol - In 1983, he took over the management of Inserm's U36 and was elected as the chairman of the experimental medicine department at the Collège de France in 1989, a position he held until 2012


2001

Serge Haroche - Since 2001, Haroche has been a Professor at the Collège de France and holds the Chair of Quantum Physics

 

Serge Haroche - Since 2001, Haroche is a Professor at the Collège de France and holds the Chair of Quantum Physics


2005

Bassma Kodmani - From 2005 to 2006, she was a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Collège de France

 

Bassma Kodmani - She was a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Collège de France from 2005 to 2006


2006

Pierre Corvol - He was director of the Collège de France from 2006 to August 2012, and was succeeded by Serge Haroche


2009

As of June 2009, over 650 audio podcasts of Collège de France lectures are available on iTunes add something


2011

Elias Zerhouni - He was appointed as Chair of Innovation at the College de France in 2011 and elected to membership at the French Academy of Medicine in 2010


 

Notable faculty members include Serge Haroche, awarded with Nobel Prize in Physics in 2012 add something

 

Serge Haroche - In September 2012, Serge Haroche was elected by his peers to the position of administrator of the Collège de France


2016

Claire Voisin - Also in 2016, she became the first female mathematician member of the Collège de France and is the first holder of the Chair of Algebraic Geometry

 

Alain Mabanckou - He was appointed Visiting Professor at the Collège de France for 2016

 

Yann LeCun - In 2016, he is the visiting professor of computer science on the "Chaire Annuelle Informatique et Sciences Numériques" at Collège de France in Paris


2017

As of 2017, 21 Nobel Prize winners and 8 Fields Medalists have been affiliated with the Collège add something

 

Stanislas Dehaene - As of 2017, he is a professor at the Collège de France and, since 1989, the director of INSERM Unit 562, "Cognitive Neuroimaging"

 

Marc Henneaux - In 2017, Henneaux was appointed Professor at the Collège de France where he holds the Chair "Champs, Cordes et Gravité"


2018

Pierre Boulez - A third edition of the French texts, with previously uncollected material, appeared under the title "Points de repère" I, II, and III. The third volume brought together the Collège de France lectures, which will be published in English for the first time in 2018 by Faber under the title "Pierre Boulez, Music Lessons: The Complete Collège de France lectures"

 

Xavier Leroy - Before his appointment at Collège de France in 2018, he was senior scientist at the French government research institution INRIA

 

Amos Gitai - In 2018, Amos Gitai has been elected professor at the chair of artistic creation at the Collège de France, with a series of 12 lessons on cinema

 

Pierre Boulez - His Collège de France lectures will be published in English for the first time in November 2018 by Faber & Faber under the title "Pierre Boulez, Music Lessons: The Complete Collège de France Lectures"