I was one of the organisers of the very successful ESO Venus Transit 2004 series of activities.
I also was driving ESO’s GigaGalaxy Zoom project in the context of the 2009 International Year of Astronomy and the ALMA Planetarium Show "In Search of our Cosmic Origins".
I was also part of the Executive Board of the EIROforum funded Science on Stage activities.
Science in School
Science in School, published and funded by Eiroforum, aims to promote inspiring science teaching by encouraging communication between teachers, scientists, and everyone else involved in European science education.
I wrote several papers in this journal, mainly as part of the very successful series "Fusion in the Universe". Most papers are translated in many languages - see the web site.
- "Intelligence is of secondary importance in research"
- The first light in the Universe
- Fusion in the Universe: gamma-ray bursts
- Fusion in the Universe : where your jewellery comes from
- Fusion in the Universe: we are all stardust
The Messenger is ESO's journal. Here you will find some of my non-scientific contributions
from when I was working in the ESO's Education and Public Relation Department.
- ESO at the European City of Science
- Exploring the Cold Universe - A Planetarium Show for the IYA 2009
- ESO at the AAS, the AAAS and in Dublin
- Distinguished Visitors to Paranal
- A Long Night for ESO
- Science on Stage 2005
- Open House at ESO Garching
- The Venus Transit 2004 Programme
- Venus Transit 2004: A Tremendous Success
- Report on a Brainstorming Meeting about the 'ALMA Interdisciplinary Teaching Project'
- The "Venus Transit Experience"
- The May 7 Mercury Transit
- Les Chaires Francqui 1994 sont arrivées aux Facultés de Namur (09/02/1994)
- Faire de la recherche pour mieux enseigner (17/02/1994)