Université PSL

Partners IPGG

The IPGG is 14 research teams in PSL partnering to develop microfluidics and its applications.
Discover the distribution of these teams by agency:

ENS

The École normale supérieure (ENS) is a higher establishment for undergraduate and doctoral studies (graduate school) and a major center for French research. It hosts fourteen teaching and research departments which cover most of the literary and scientific disciplines. The School also provides training for doctoral students, Masters in Science and Technology students, as well as Masters students specializing in co-accreditation. An apprenticeship formula was launched in 2016.

ENSCP

Chimie ParisTech (officially École nationale supérieure de chimie de Paris - Chimie ParisTech, also called ENSCP or Chimie Paris) is a school of general chemical engineers, founded in 1896 and located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, on the Sainte-Geneviève mountain. has the status of a public scientific, cultural and professional establishment.

ESPCI Paris

ESPCI Paris Tech is both an original Great Engineers School, a research Center internationally renowned and a fruitful generator of innovation for the Industry world. Founded in 1882 under the auspices of Paris City Hall, the school has attracted for more than a century the greatest innovative scientific minds: Pierre and Marie Curie, Paul Langevin, Frédéric Joliot-Curie, Pierre-Gilles de Gennes and Georges Charpak are such distinguished names who contribute to the ESPCI Paris Tech reputation, notably abroad.

CURIE INSTITUTE

Recognized as a Not-for-profit Foundation, The Curie Institute associates one of the biggest research european centers in cancerology and two advanced hospitals.
Founded in 1909 under a model designed by Marie Curie and still ahead of its time, « from fundamental research to innovative care» The Curie Institute gathers 3 000 researchers, doctors, caregivers, technicians and administrative staff.

PSL

​Située au cœur de Paris, l’Université PSL offre l’environnement idéal à une culture académique d’excellence, de création et d’innovation : 4500 enseignants chercheurs, 181 laboratoires, 17 000 étudiants, et une dizaine d’incubateurs, fablabs et espaces de co-working pour les étudiants entrepreneurs.

Arts, sciences, ingénierie, sciences humaines et sociales sont au cœur de son ambition intellectuelle et scientifique. Université d’envergure internationale, ancrée dans l’interdisciplinarité, sélective, engagée dans la promotion des talents et l’égalité des chances, PSL crée le monde de demain.

The National Research Agency - ANR

The National Research Agency (ANR) is a resource agency created on February 7, 20052, which finances public research and research partnerships in France. Initially created in the form of a public interest group by the government of Jean-Pierre Raffarin, since January 1, 2007, it has been granted the status of a public administrative establishment3. The ANR replaced the pre-existing ministerial incentive financing mechanisms: the national science fund (FNS) and the technological research fund (FRT) 4. It directly finances public and private research teams, in the form of fixed-term research contracts.

CNRS

The National Center for Scientific Research is a public research body (a public scientific and technological establishment, placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research). It produces knowledge and puts this knowledge at the service of society.
Better known by its acronym CNRS, is the largest French public body for scientific research. It operates in all areas of knowledge.

INSERM

Created in 1964, the National Institute for health and medical research is a public etablishment with scientific and technologic characterization, placed under the double control of the Health Ministry, and Research Ministry.
The National Institute of Health and Medical Research (or Inserm, pronunciation: [insɛʁm]) is a French public scientific and technological establishment specializing in medical research. It is placed under the dual supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Solidarity and Health. Its president has been Gilles Bloch since 2019.

Paris City Hall

The town hall of Paris, located at the town hall of the capital, refers to the administration of the City of Paris, a territorial collectivity with special status on which the territory of Paris depends 2,3.
It is made up of around 53,000 agents spread across many Directorates coordinated by a general secretariat, under the authority of the mayor of Paris and his deputies. It is one of the most important administrative entities in France, both in terms of number of agents and budget. This stature is mainly explained by the number of inhabitants of the City (2.2 million inhabitants), which makes Paris both the municipality and the second most populous department in France. In addition, it combines the skills of a municipality with 20 districts and those of a department.

Sorbonne Université

Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC), or Paris VI University (6), is a science and medicine university located on the Jussieu Campus, in the « quartier latin » of Paris. It welcomes approximatively 32 000 students (21 000 in sciences and 11 000 in medical studies), of which 6 400 foreigners students. 10 500 staff work there, of which 4 500 teachers-researchers and researchers. In its wall, the UPMC hosts 125 research laboratories.

Université de Paris

Paris Diderot University & Paris Descartes University located in the heart of Paris, close to the Odeon, have been merged to form the University of Paris. With its 63,000 students, 6,900 researchers and teacher-researchers, 4,500 administrative and technical staff and 149 research structures and units, the University of Paris plays an important role in scientific research and its dissemination in France and worldwide.