Institut Charles Sadron News

The scientific mediation medal awarded to W. Drenckhan!

Wiebke Drenckhan received the CNRS scientific mediation medal for her engagement in sharing science with the public coupling art with foam physics.

INJELEC project winner of the Mature Your PhD contest

The INJELEC project, which aims to develop a 100% polymer conductive material, was selected among the winners of the Mature Your PhD competition.

Hommage to Paul Rempp, former ICS member

The pioneer of macromolecular engineering left us at the age of 95

A USIAS 2023 Fellow in the IP² team!

In 2023, Madeline Vauthier is one of the 13 USIAS Fellows to continue her research projects.

Award « Espoir de l’Université de Strasbourg » at the ICS!

Six researchers have been awarded a scientific prize « Espoirs » of the Unistra, including Aurélie Hourlier-Fargette (MIM team)

A review on conjugated polymer alignment

A review in Macromolecules reports 15 years of research at ICS on alignment of conjugated polymers by high temperature rubbing

Senem Yilmazer wins the mature your PhD 2023 contest

The student from the Sycommor team was awarded this price by the SATT Conectus (transfer technology organization) for her innovative work on oleogels.

Anisotropic coil dimensions of polyelectrolytes in LbL-films

The flattened conformation of individual polyelectrolyte chains in LbL-assembled films was established by high resolution GISANS


To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the French Physical Society, the ICS co-organised the organisation of a Masterclass for PhD students.

ICS wins the "Low-carbon" call for project

ICS is one of the 32 winners of the "Low-carbon" call for projects, with its 'Relamping' project to replace the neon lights in 20 laboratories with LE

Comic book Passion Physique by the French Physical Society!

The adventures of 6 young scientists - including A. Hourlier-Fargette (MIM team) - are compiled in a comic book for the 150th anniversary of the SFP.

How to Grow a Polymer Crystal in Molecular Simulations

TSP members report unprecedentedly large multi-lamella polyethylene crystals grown in molecular simulations, now published in ACS MacroLetters.