6 Excellence research centres, 4 of which are partners (LAPSIS, MICHEM, ARTS-H2H, CHARMMMAT) and 2 of which have been established by the UCP: PATRIMA and MME-DII
LabEx MME-DII - Mathematical and Economic Models for Dynamic, Uncertainty and Interactions
The scientific project of MME-DII pursues two major research objectives. The first one is to develop innovative fundamental models of economic behavior. The second one is to apply these models to various economic and social problems. The first objective occupies a central position in the MME-DII project and is centered on interactions between mathematicians, economists and physicists.
LabEx Patrima - Tangible Heritage: knowledge, Patrimonialisation, Mediation
PATRIMA unites humanities, social sciences and natural sciences in the “Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine”. The purpose of the Foundation is to honour and promote cultural heritage through the development of international research and education programmes. Initiated by the universities of Cergy-Pontoise and Versailles Saint- Quentin-en-Yvelines, PATRIMA is a unique initiative. It is made up of prestigious cultural institutions including le Musée du Louvre, la Bibliothèque Nationale de France, le Musée du Quai Branly, and le Château de Versailles, as well as many major research and restoration laboratories, scientists, historians, and conservationists.
PATRIMEX is a socio-technical network for the characterisation, conservation and restauration of heritage materials in any form (monuments, statues, works of art, manuscripts, archives, ancient instruments), the grouping of study tools and the use of matter waves. These innovative tools are at the disposal of the scientific community and PATRIMA partner institutions or public/private entities of the heritage protection and conservation sector. They are also destined to be open to other socio-economic sectors.
ROBOTEX is a national experimental robot platforms network forming an Excellence Equipment. It provides researchers in robotics with a working environment which meets the requirements of the most demanding international quality standards. Its main objective is to promote synergies between research teams of the robotics domaine and to promote the development of new methodological approaches based on pluridisciplinary cooperations. ROBOTEX constitutes a coherent technical equipment infrastructure to which high level scientific and technological expertise is associated.