The HIMALAYAN project proposes the synthesis with an original process, in a single step and confined way, of nanocomposite layers controlled in situ.
The project is about fundamental research in model theory, a discipline of mathematical logic, and its recent applications in valuation theory, algebraic and arithmetic geometry and combinatorics. It aims to develop interactions between these mathematical disciplines and to foster real and concrete collaborations. Although the domains of application are quite distinct, the same ideas and notions from abstract model theory can be applied in these different contexts and form a unifying theme.
INTerface reactivity, microstructure and stress Evolution during thin film GRowth: multi-scALe modelling and experimental validation – INTEGRAL
The «INTEGRAL« project aims to develop a multiscale, robust and realistic modeling tool for the growth of thin metallic films by physical vapor deposition, and in particular under energetic conditions such as those of spray deposition. cathodic tube with the ultimate aim of studying the processes of stress generation and relaxation.
Development of analysis tools for automatic indexing and enrichment of sound archives, related needs/objectives of ethnomusicologists, ethnolinguists and archivists.
SISYPH considers the following topics both separately and in connection to each other: Mirror symmetry as an effective tool for the computation of Gromov-Witten invariants of smooth algebraic varieties or orbifolds; Irregular singularities of linear differential systems in any dimension, either from the point of view of holonomic D-modules or from that of isomonodromy deformations; Hodge theoretic aspects of such differential systems.
ANGLAIS<br />The project focuses on how nature-related issues are brought before law courts; how the environment and animal protection are handled at judicial level by lawyers, activists and the state; how nature is ‘judicialised’ and ‘governed’ through the judiciary in different countries, and how the global debate on acknowledging some kind of rights to nature and animals is implemented in actual litigations.
In vivo and in silico production of mutants affecting photosynthetic pathways: experimental development and modeling of metabolic pathways that influence photosynthetic yields downstream of photosynthetic electron transfer in green algae. – ChloroPaths
Photosynthetic and metabolic efficiency determine the overall<br />response of a green organism. To understand and predict microalgae performance, this project places photosynthetic acclimation in a<br />mutant-wide context by producing novel mutants and systematically observing growth, CO2 fixation, metabolites and photosynthetic efficiency. The data will be interpreted in the context of metabolic models.
ULP COCHLEA project will permit, by mimicry, the design of smarter, smaller, cheaper and passive bioinspired acoustic sensors for long-duration in-situ monitoring and analysis of marine environment and related maritime activities especially in Mediterranean Sea. The project will enable the development of cognitive and predictive models for understanding submarine life for long spatial and temporal scales.
This project offers a computerized Atlas of ancient Adriatic, made up of a database connected to an interactive map, available for online consultation. This atlas will be consistent with the current status of knowledge on the Adriatic area, from the end of the Bronze Age (XIth c. B.C.) up to late Antiquity (VIIIth c. A.D.).
Mobilisation of the French National Research Agency for COVID-19 research: 234 research projects funded for a total amount of 32.2 million Euros
In the exceptional health context linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, the French National Research Agency (ANR), in conjunction with the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) and REACTing, participated in the national research effort from February 2020 to quickly support highly mobilised scientific communities. In 2020, ANR thus deployed a wide-ranging system including in particular the launch of three specific calls for projects and the display of a COVID-19 priority in the 2021 Generic Call for Proposals (AAPG). Looking back at a year of support for COVID-19 research with the publication of a Panorama of the 234 research projects funded by the Agency between March 2020 and January 2021.