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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.


LIA NamePartnersAimStartEnd
COLL-AGAINGANIL (France), CNRS and associated universities (France), INFN (Italy)Joint projectsJanuary 2015December 2018
COSMAGANIL (France), CNRS and associated universities (France), IFIN-HH (Romania)Joint projectsJanuary 2015December 2018
COLLIGAGANIL (France), CNRS (France), CEA (France), INFN (Italy)Development of 2 ISOL infrastructures: SPES in Italy and SPIRAL2 in FranceDecember 2007December 2014
COPIGALGANIL (France), CNRS (France), CEA (France), COPIN (Poland)Joint projectsJanvier 2008December 2015


CNRS (France), CEA (France), GANIL (France), BARC (India), TIFR (India)Joint projectsJanuary 2010December 2017
FJ-NSPCNRS (France), CEA (France), GANIL (France), RIKEN (Japan)Joint projectsJanuary 2007December 2014
NuAGUniversity 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 processingMay 2011May 2015



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