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Photographic Credits
Webpages: Gilles Dacquin and École normale supérieure.
Diaporama of the homepage: Steve Murez and École normale supérieure

Technical Informations
Host and management of the website: Centre de Ressources Informatiques (CRI)
Accessibility according to Law n°2005-102 for equal opportunity, participation and citizenship for disabled people.

Copyright
This website is owned exclusively by the École normale supérieure, and respects the French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property.
Content, graphics, and design are property of the ENS and/or their use has been acquired by a third person.

The ENS agrees to the use of links directing to its website, as long as the pages do not open inside another website, but on a separate window.
The ENS updates regularly the website but cannot guarantee the accuracy and/or topicality of the information published. You can signal to the webmaster any error, out-of-date information or broken link (webmaster@ens.fr).

Right of Accessing, Modifying, Correcting and Suppressing Data
(Law nº78-17 du 6 Janvier 1978, about Informatic, Files and Liberty, or "loi Informatique et Libertés")
Every person whose name or picture (allowing his/her identification) appears on this website can, at any time, ask for the suppression or modification of information relating to him/her, by sending an email to the webmaster (webmaster@ens.fr).

Rights and Duties of Users
The use of this website is subject to French legal dispositions about nominative treatments.

Users are responsible for the queries they make as well as for the interpretation and use they make of results. They have to make a use respecting the current reglementations and the recommandations of the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) when data have a nominative character.

Capturing nominative information in order to create or enrich another nominative treatement (for instance, for a commercial or advertising use) is strictly forbidden for all countries.

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