Thursday June 8, 2023 - Marseille - Late yesterday morning, Aix-Marseille University was exposed to a major computer attack. The entire network was rapidly isolated by the Digital Department, and at this stage, the integrity of our data and systems has been preserved. Our teams are now implementing a progressive recovery plan for our IT services, which will be available very shortly.
Aix-Marseille Université is organizing a thematic school on academic success and student autonomy. The aim is to bring together specialists to discuss conceptual, methodological and technical advances in this field, using a multidisciplinary approach (psychology, education and training sciences, sociology, etc.). The event will take place from June 13 to 16, 2023 at the Hexagone, on the Luminy campus in Marseille, and will be followed by a debriefing.
Aix-Marseille Université, l'École de Condé de Marseille and CISAM+* offer students from L2 to M2 at Aix-Marseille Université a 100% Free Season School.
A newly identified process of natural iron fertilization in the ocean fuels regional CO₂ sinks. This was demonstrated by a study published May 25 in Science and co-authored by 25 researchers from the Tonga project. This project was led by two researchers from the IRD and CNRS, with over 90 scientists from 14 French laboratories based in mainland France, New Caledonia, and 6 international universities.
The Centre de soutien et de formation aux Données de la Recherche - CEDRE invites you to take part in its webinar entitled "Security and securing one's research data". Join us to explore regulatory aspects, IT security recommendations and the implications of the RGPD for scientific research.
The AlpSatellites project continues to explore the opportunities of remote working in remote rural and alpine areas.
The Arts, Cultures & Sciences section of Mission Interdisciplinarité(s) is offering two days of events as part of the second edition of Scientifica.
To respond to menstrual precariousness in an eco-responsible manner, AMU is committed to providing these students with kits of two reusable organic pads to be collected from SIUMPPS (Interuniversity Service of Preventive Medicine and Health Promotion).
This initiative comes ahead of the ministerial announcement of March 7, 2023, that the Social Security will reimburse reusable sanitary pads for people 25 years old and younger in 2024.
The inauguration of the menstrual precariousness program took place on May 10 on the Saint-Charles campus, during which students and health relay students distributed the first kits.
In 2005, 15 years to the day after the removal of homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses in the International Classification of Diseases published by the World Health Organization, May 17 became the International Day of Awareness and Prevention to act against violence in all its forms and in all places (physical, psychological, sexual, medical, social, institutional) towards homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia and transphobia.
This is an opportunity for Aix-Marseille University to recall its strong commitment throughout the year to the rights and protection of LGBT people.
For more information, please consult the pages dedicated to the Vice Presidency of Equality between Women and Men and the Fight against Discrimination, as well as the training of staff in an inclusive work environment and awareness-raising among the student community (conferences, round tables, film debates, exhibitions, etc.).
The reception desk will continue to be hybrid for this new year.
International students will be able to go directly to one of the two welcome desks, Aix-Schuman and Marseille Saint-Charles, in person from August 30 to September 13 and then take advantage of two weeks of individual appointments with the welcome team.
The menu for this flagship back-to-school event: individual assistance with all your administrative procedures, meetings with partners and orientation on the campuses.