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The final of the Olympiades de Physique France 2019 in Lille !

by Johanna Leclercq - published on

Use a wall of bubbles to protect natural environments, see the cosmic particles that constantly cross us, build the sand castle as solid as possible, use the human body to transmit data.


This is a total of 25 experiences that you can discover in the lobby of Lilliad.

Experiments imagined and presented by the students finalists of the Olympiades de Physique France, gathered in Lille on the occasion of the final stage of this competition which sees teams from French schools in France and abroad compete against each other.


You can even attend the competition that takes place at building P1 of the Cité Scientifique campus of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Lille !

The afternoon will end with a conference of the godmother of Olympiads 2019, astrophysicist Yael Nazé (Register: https://ypl.me/9QT).


The Olympiades de Physique France are an experimental competition of physics which is addressed to teams of high school students from Seconde to Terminale.

Organized since 1992 by the French Society of Physics (SFP) and the Union of Professors of Physics and Chemistry (UdPPC) under the High Patronage of the Minister of National Education, the Olympiades de Physique France aim to raise the awareness of high school students to the scientific approach and culture.

All information is available on :
> The ODPF website : www.odpf.org
> The Facebook page : @OlympPhys
> The Facebook event : Olympiades de Physique France 2019
> The Instagram account : @OlympPhys
> The Twitter account : @OlympPhys