Welcome to CERES site

CERES is an interdisciplinary teaching center for the study of environmental questions rooted in both the natural sciences as well as the humanities, within the Ecole Normale Supérieure. Here “environment” is defined in a wide sense as humanity’s environment, with its physical and societal components, its past, present and future states. Understanding the environment and predicting its dynamics calls on a wide range of sciences and humanities, including the geosciences, ecology, physics, chemistry, geography, economics, sociology and philosophy. Main themes of CERES are interactions between climate, biosphere and society. We focus on feedbacks between climate and society including the economy, climate and the biosphere, agriculture and ecology (agro-ecology), air pollution, and waste. CERES offers interdisciplinary courses and research training at undergraduate and graduate levels, and aims to facilitate interactions between people from different disciplines present in the research labs of the ENS.

CERES
École normale supérieure
24 rue Lhomond
75005 Paris
Locaux : E045 et E050

Adresse postale
CERES
École Normale supérieure
45 rue d’Ulm
F-75230 Paris cedex 05

Directeur
David Claessen (david.claessen.at.ens.fr)

Directrice adjointe
Magali Reghezza (magali.reghezza.at.ens.fr)

Secrétariat : lundi 14h-17h & Jeudi 9h-12h30
tel : 01 44 32 30 25
fax: 01 44 32 31 82
e-mail (secretariat)