CNRS Collaboration in India

“Mathematicians can also address real world problems while being in academics”
“IFCAM greatly strengthened Indo-French cooperation in applied mathematics”

“UMI-RELAX has an important role in accelerating the growth of computing research in India and creating a bigger impact at an international level”
“I believe that India is one of the most fascinating places in the world to study humans, from whatever angle one wants to consider.
We are fortunate enough to have partners in India who are engaged in this process of globalization and internationalization of research, and who are international leaders in their field.”
“Environment and Heritage are the two major components of UMIFRE at French Institute of Pondicherry”
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Joint Research Units between the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and CNRS (UMIFRE)

The Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH)

The French Institute of Pondicherry (IFP)

International research Laboratory (IRL)

Indo French Centre for Applied Mathematics

Indo French Research Laboratory in Computer Science

International Research Program (IRP)

Functionalized Materials for Sustainable Catalytic and Related Applications (MATSUCAT)

Impact and regulation of Calcium signaling in Drosophila immune cells (CALIM)

Indo-French collaboration in Theoretical High Energy Physics(IFTHEP)

The Social Pofile of Indian’s National and Provincial Elected (1919-2019) (SPINPER)

Indian-French Laboratory of Solid State Chemistry (LAFICS 2)

Indo-French Program in Mathematics (IFPM)

Indo-French Joint Laboratory for Natural Products and Synthetic for Affordable Health (NPSAH)

French -Indian Associated Laboratory for Nuclear Sciences (FI-NS)

Systems Biology of Tissue Mechanics(SYSTIM)

International Emerging Actions (IEA)

Trapping investigation in GaN-based HEMTS using experimental characterisation and TCAD simulation

Nanoeloctronics hardware for unconventional computing

Environnements pléistocènes et indices comportementaux des populations d’homininés autour du site préhistorique d’Attirampakkam (Tamil Nadu, India)

Approches innovantes en imagerie de demodulation d’intensité rapide pour les applications biomédicales