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Research Laboratories

Our experts work side by side with researchers in Université de Nantes’s laboratories. These close ties with the world of research greatly assist us in creating the most ingenious, tailor-made solutions for breaking through your technological and scientific barriers.

CEISAM – Chemistry and Interdisciplinarity, Synthesis, Analysis, Modelling

Joint research unit comprised of the CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research) and Université de Nantes

Areas of research: theoretical chemistry, organic/organometallic synthesis, analytical chemistry & physical chemistry.

GeM – Research Institute for Civil and Mechanical Engineering

Joint research unit comprised of the CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research), Centrale Nantes engineering school and Université de Nantes

Areas of research:

– Computational Mechanics (Fracture and damage, Uncertainty and multi-scale simulation, Inflatable structures, Reliability of structures)
– Materials and Processes (Composite processes, Elastomers, Solid state assembly, Material dynamics and impact, Durability of composite materials, Heterogeneous metallic materials, Multi-scale approaches, X-ray diffraction)
– Civil Engineering (Micro-mechanical modeling, Transfers in reactive media, Durability of earth structures and concrete structures, Multi-physics couplings, Behavior of structures under complex loadings, Eco-materials)

GEPEA – Process Engineering for Bioresources & Ecotechnologies

UMR CNRS 6144

Areas of research: raw materials leading to the elaboration of foodstuffs and biosourced materials (elastomers, etc.), microalgae and cyanobacteria, water-air treatment, metrology, optimisation – system – energy, energy/material recovery of residues and emission treatment.

IMN – Jean Rouxel Materials Institute

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes and CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Areas of research: physics of materials and nanostructures, plasma processes and thin films, electrochemical storage and conversion of energy, innovative materials for optics, photovoltaics and storage, materials engineering and metallurgy.

Lemna – The laboratory of Economy and Management of Nantes

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes, IMT Atlantique and the Nantes-Atlantique National School of Veterinary, Food and Agriculture (ONIRIS)

Areas of research: work transformation, sea & energy, digital & transformation of organizations, and finance.

LS2N – Digital Sciences Laboratory of Nantes

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes and the CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Areas of research: robotics, processes, computing, data and decision sciences, system design and control, software sciences, signals and images, etc.

LTeN – Heat Transfer and Energy Laboratory at Nantes

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes and the CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Areas of research: transfers in fluids and energy systems, thermal transfers in materials and at interfaces.

MMS – Sea, Molecules, Health

Areas of research: ecotoxicology of emerging contaminants in coastal and estuarine environments, intertidal benthic ecosystems, metabolism, bioengineering of microalgae molecules and applications, chemodiversity of marine fungi and valorisation, application of marine metabolites in health, nutrition and cosmetology.

UFIP – Protein Functionality and Engineering Unit

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes, IMT Atlantique, Centrale Nantes engineering school, Inria and CNRS (The French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Areas of research: in silico protein design, molecular engineering and glycobiology, mechanism and regulation of DNA repair, epigenetics.

UMR 1089 – Nantes gene therapy laboratory

Joint research unit comprised of Université de Nantes, Inserm and the Nantes University Hospital

Areas of research: gene therapy of retinal dystrophies, gene therapy of neuromuscular diseases, immunology of gene transfer using AAV vectors, engineering of chemical and molecular vectors.

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