4-5 December 2014, in Lyon
The yearly Euclid-France meeting of 2014, which took place in Lyon, provided the occasion to assess the progress of the Euclid mission at the end of this year and to show the dynamism, enthusiasm and excellent spirit of the French teams and laboratories involved in the mission with CNES. Playing such an active part in the quest to identify dark energy, one of the most exciting question in physics at the beginning of this century, is an extraordinary opportunity.
The quality of the presentations and discussions over these two days show that we are all conscious of this fact and we all have the will to work together to succeed. It is an honour and we are proud to be leading all of the French partners towards this common scientific objective.
In the name of the committee, we thank all the participants at the Euclid-France days 2014.
This success is yours.
We would especially like to thank the Local Organizing Committee which did a fantastic job notably in relation with the Rhône-Alpes regional council, the City of Lyon and Lyon-1 Claude Bernard University, as well as with the press to promote the Euclid mission. We would also like to thank CNES as well as the IPNL and the CC-IN2P3 for hosting us and for their support in organizing this meeting. Lastly, we particularly want to thank Hélène Courtois for her enthusiasm and her efforts these last months.
You will find below all the papers and presentations from the conference.
R. Clédassou, O. Le Fevre et Y. Mellier