An LIA (Laboratoire International Associé) is a “laboratory without walls” and is not a legal entity. It consists of the association of a CNRS-affiliated laboratory and a laboratory from another country. These laboratories pool together human and material resources towards a common, jointly-defined project designed to add value to their individual pursuits.
|COLL-AGAIN||GANIL (France), CNRS and associated universities (France), INFN (Italy)||Joint projects||January 2015||December 2018|
|COSMA||GANIL (France), CNRS and associated universities (France), IFIN-HH (Romania)||Joint projects||January 2015||December 2018|
|COLLIGA||GANIL (France), CNRS (France), CEA (France), INFN (Italy)||Development of 2 ISOL infrastructures: SPES in Italy and SPIRAL2 in France||December 2007||December 2014|
|COPIGAL||GANIL (France), CNRS (France), CEA (France), COPIN (Poland)||Joint projects||Janvier 2008||December 2015|
|CNRS (France), CEA (France), GANIL (France), BARC (India), TIFR (India)||Joint projects||January 2010||December 2017|
|FJ-NSP||CNRS (France), CEA (France), GANIL (France), RIKEN (Japan)||Joint projects||January 2007||December 2014|
|NuAG||University Paris Sud XI (France), IPN Orsay (France), « Institut des Grilles » (France), « Centre de Calcul de l’IN2P3 » (France), GANIL (France), Institutes of Physics (IoP) and Nuclear Physics (NPI) of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR)||Research topics including nuclear astrophysics, technical developments with NFS and SPIRAL2 beams and optimization of networks of computational grids for scientific data processing||May 2011||May 2015|