Replica of the Cosquer Cave. Visit the replica of the Cosquer Cave, a prehistoric cave hidden 37m beneath the sea, in an atmosphere similar to that of the original. Explore the 1,750-square-metre cave comfortably seated on board exploratory vehicles. During your tour, an audio-guide commentary will help you unlock the secrets of the Homo sapiens who lived in the cave 30,000 years ago. The duration of the tour is about 35 minutes.
Galerie de la mediterranée. Located on the same building than the Cosquer cave, the Galerie de la Méditerranée focuses on the Homo sapiens who lived in the cave, their relations with the animals in the bestiary, the ways in which they represented themselves, and their activities in the sea. Free visit (about 1h).
MUCEM museum. Great museum dedicated to the Mediterranean. It recounts, analyses and sheds light on the ancient foundations of this cradle of civilization and the tensions running through it since that time. Both its exhibitions and its cultural programmes offer a multidisciplinary vision that combines anthropology, history, archaeology, art history and contemporary art to show the public the multiple facets of the Mediterranean world and its ongoing dialogue with Europe. Guided visit (about 1h30).
Two Women in Fusion events will take place at the PSI conference :
- Keynote with Laurence Piketty (Deputy CEO of CEA) and Pietro Barabaschi (ITER Organisation Director General) on the importance of gender diversity and inclusion in the fusion community. This keynote will be part of the opening ceremony.
- Networking luncheon allowing mentors and mentees to share experiences, reflect on our community's culture, and foster ideas to embrace gender diversity.