The partner laboratories
Created in 1988 on the Thiverval-Grignon campus, the UMR GMPA is made up of a multidisciplinary group of nearly 50 permanent staff (molecular biology, microbiology and microbiological engineering, process engineering, physics and physico-chemistry, sensory analysis, mathematics and cognitive sciences).
The Mia-Paris, AgroParisTech, INRA, UMR Mia-Paris, brings together statisticians and computer scientists specialized in statistical and computer modelling and learning for biology, ecology, the environment, agronomy and agri-food.
The CNRGH is the French national research centre that responds to scientific questions requiring high throughput sequencing and genotyping needs through the development and implementation of innovative and integrated technologies.
Based in Saclay, the List is one of the three technological research institutes of CEA Tech, the CEA's technological research department. Dedicated to intelligent digital systems, its mission is to carry out technological developments of excellence on behalf of industrial partners in order to create value.
(CEA, Inserm, Université Paris-Sud)
NeuroSpin is a research centre for innovation in brain imaging. The work carried out is in line with the two axes of biomedical imaging and diagnostic and therapeutic innovation.
Created in 2011, the CVN is located at the intersection between mathematics and computer science, in search of mathematical models and their computer solutions for the automatic structuring, interpretation and understanding of massive (visual) data with an emphasis on automatic learning, computer vision and discrete models in biomedical image analysis.
(CentraleSupélec, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, UPMC)
The laboratory, co-supervised by CentraleSupélec, UPMC, UPSud and CNRS, is focused on information and energy applications.
The Laboratoire Génie Industriel CentraleSupélec is structured in 4 teams working on the following themes: Design engineering, Decision Support for Goods and Services Systems, Risk Management in Complex Projects, Sustainable Economy
(CentraleSupélec, CNRS, Université Paris Sud)
The Signals and Systems Laboratory's areas of interest cover several scientific disciplines: the fundamental aspects and fields of application of mathematics that have led to the development of signal processing, information theory, cryptology and digital technology; physics that develops theories using mathematical tools to describe and predict the evolution of systems and is at the origin of electromagnetic theory.
Created in the early 2000s, MICS brings together CentraleSupélec's research in Mathematics and Computer Science. At the heart of digital technologies, its themes concern the modelling, simulation, analysis and optimization of complex systems, whether they come from the industrial world, living organisms, markets or information and networks.
(CNRS, Thales, Université Paris-Sud)
The Mixed Physics Unit, created in January 1995, is a joint laboratory of the CNRS and Thales. The Unit has been associated with the University of Paris-Sud since January 2000.
The IDRIS (Institute for Development and Resources in Scientific Informatics), founded in November 1993, is a centre of excellence in intensive numerical computing for research units dependent on extreme computing, both on application aspects (large-scale simulations) and on those related to research related to high-performance computing.
The INS2I is based on fifty-nine units in the fields of computer science, signal and image processing, automation and robotics. Our units have been built in close partnership with universities and grandes écoles autonomes.
LIMSI is a multidisciplinary computer science research laboratory that brings together researchers and teacher-researchers from the engineering and information sciences, as well as from the life sciences and the human and social sciences. The scientific field covered is that of the sciences and technologies of the language in the broad sense, human-machine interaction, virtual and augmented reality as well as fluid and transfer mechanics, and energy.
Since January 2015, the LSCE has been organized into three scientific themes: Archives and Tracers; Biogeochemical Cycles and Transfers to the Environment; Climate and Cycles - Modelling their variability and interactions.
(CNRS, Université Paris-Sud)
The Institut des Neurosciences Paris-Saclay (Neuro-PSI) - a joint research unit of the CNRS and the Université Paris-Sud, UMR 9197 - headed by Philippe Vernier, is a multidisciplinary institute of fundamental neuroscience.
(CNRS, ENS Paris-Saclay)
The CMLA brings together interdisciplinary teams of mathematicians and experts in physics, mechanics, biology and engineering, contributing to research activities based on real data and use cases from science and industry.
The skills grouped within IFP Energies nouvelles' Digital Sciences and Technologies activity (IFPEN) contribute to a better control of complex physical phenomena and better real-time management and control of technologically complex energy systems.
The research conducted in the unit is mainly economic research. They are in line with the priority "Development of healthy and sustainable food systems" of INRA's 2010-2020 guidance document (Challenge II) and with Thematic Area 1 "Food, food systems and public policies" of the SAE2 department.
The MaIAGE research unit brings together mathematicians, computer scientists, bioinformaticians and biologists around questions of biology and agro-ecology, ranging from the molecular scale to the landscape scale, including the study of the individual, populations or ecosystems.
The Inria Saclay Centre - Île-de-France is an essential element of digital science research on the Saclay plateau. It embodies the values and projects that make Inria unique in the research landscape: scientific excellence, technology transfer, multidisciplinary partnerships with institutions with complementary skills to ours, in order to maximize Inria's scientific, economic and societal impact.
IBISC (Informatique, Bio-informatique et Systèmes Complexes) EA 4526 is the STIC laboratory of the University of Paris Saclay - Université d'Evry, ensuring visibility in this field on site, responding to the challenges of digital and interdisciplinarity, particularly in Genomics.
(CNRS, Inra, ENSIIE, Université d'Evry - Val d'Essonne)
The Mathematics and Modelling Laboratory of Evry (LaMME) is a joint unit of the CNRS (UMR 8071) and the University of Evry Val d'Essonne. Its partner is INRA (MIA department and Mathinfo portal), and the ENSIIE engineering school is currently co-supervising.
(IMT, Université d'Evry - Val d'Essonne)
LITEM (EA 7363) is a research laboratory based in the management and economic sciences.
The LMEE's scientific project, focused on mechanics and thermics, aims to understand the physical problems associated with these disciplines and develop innovative digital methods and high-performance software to design, model and optimize mechanical and thermal systems in the fields of aeronautics, transport, energy, biomechanics and civil engineering.
Founded in 1997, the DANTE research laboratory - Business Law and New Technologies - is dedicated to welcoming all professors and researchers in private law and criminal sciences from the Faculty of Law and the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
The laboratory's scientific project is based on the expertise and interaction of three research teams covering research areas ranging from data to algorithms: the ADAM (Ambient Data Access and Mining) team; the ALMOST (Algorithms and Stochastic Models) team; the PETRUS (Personnal and Trusted Cloud) team. The laboratory's scientific project focuses on the digital city, its applications and consequences.
The LISV is a laboratory of the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research (EA-4048). It is made up of two teams: Interactive Robotics (IR) and Instrumentation and Modeling of Advanced Systems and Nanosystems (ISA)
Created in 1995, the Spring Laboratory (Professions, Institutions, Temporalities) became a unit associated with the CNRS in 1998, and has been constantly renewed as a UMR (Joint Research Unit) since then.
This lab's research axis are technological innovation, public health, and clinical research.
The main purpose of the VIP is to study institutions from an interdisciplinary perspective, drawing on public law, political science and legal history.
Le Centre d’Études et de Recherche en Droit de l’Immatériel est né en 1988 autour de l’idée que le droit, et en particulier celui des propriétés intellectuelles, doit prendre en compte l’évolution de l’informatique et des nouvelles techniques. Son champ d’action s’est ensuite largement ouvert par la présence de chercheurs et doctorants investis dans tous les domaines en rapport avec l’immatériel et le numérique : responsabilité des intermédiaires techniques, vie privée, e-commerce, droit de l’innovation et la recherche, droit du marché de l’art, droit de la consommation, droit des robots, cybercriminalité, etc.
(CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
The Centre de nanosciences et de nanotechnologies - C2N (CNRS/Université Paris-Sud - Université Paris-Saclay), was created on June 1, 2016 by bringing together two leading Parisian laboratories in their field: the Laboratoire de photonique et de nanostructures (CNRS) and the Institut d'électronique fondamentale (CNRS/Université Paris-Sud).
(CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
The Linear Accelerator Laboratory (LAL) is a joint unit of the IN2P3 of the CNRS and the University of Paris-Sud (UMR 8607). The LAL's research activity focuses on particle physics, complemented by a strong component in cosmology and astrophysics.
(CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
The research topics covered at the LMO cover a very wide range of topics, from the most fundamental to the most applied mathematics. The researchers are divided into 5 research teams: Harmonic Analysis, Numerical Analysis and Partial Derivative Equations, Arithmetic and Algebraic Geometry, Probability and Statistics, Topology, Geometry and Dynamics.
(CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
The laboratory's research themes cover a broad spectrum of software-dominated computing and include both fundamental and applied aspects: algorithmics, combinatorics, graphs, discrete and continuous optimization, programming, software engineering, verification and proof, parallelism, high-performance computing, grids, architecture and compilation, networks, databases, knowledge representation and processing, learning, data mining, bioinformatics, human-machine interaction, etc.
Le RITM est le centre de recherche en économie et en gestion de l'Université Paris-Sud. Il participe à la construction d'un centre d'économie et de gestion de renommée internationale à l'Université Paris-Saclay.