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A Passion for Low Temperature Thermometry

Laurent Pitre is a Researcher at the French Metrology Organization LNE-CNAM since 2000. He holds a Phd in Low Temperature Thermometry - below 1 Kelvin (1999), and has started his career with the European project “Ultra Low Temperature”. He has worked for two years at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Washington D.C. as a Guest Researcher, where he has started to conceive and develop a quasi spherical resonator applied for low temperature thermometry (2003-2005).

Science and Culture through International Collaborations

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Work and stay in China

I had a great time working at the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science ( AMSS ) , Chinese Academy of Sciences ( CAS ) .Undoubtedly , one of the good decisions I have made in my life was to study abroad at one of the best institutes in China . I feel life is very convenient here , with online shopping , a good transport system and pleasant weather .The experience would never have been this nice without the help of the friendly research group fellows , especially Beibei and Yue , who are not just group fellows but helpful friends , caring sisters .

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