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CNRS International associated laboratories (LIA) in ASEAN

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There are currently 7 CNRS LIAs in Southeast Asia, with Vietnamese (4), Malaysian (2) and Singaporean (1) partners.

CNRS LIAs in Southeast Asia
LIA Full name Country Field of research Local partners CNRS institute
LIA 0936 FOCOMAT Functional Composite Material Vietnam Functional Composite Material Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Chemistry
LIA 0937 NatProChemLab Natural Products Chemistry Laboratory Vietnam Phyto- and marine chemistry Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Chemistry
LIA 1054 ForMATH ForMATH Vietnam Algebra, Geometry, Topology, And Discrete Mathematics ; Analysis and applications, scientific computing ; Optimization and control ; Probability, Statistics, Finance Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Mathematical sciences and their interactions
LIA 1173 IFM NatProLab International French Malaysian Natural Product Laboratory Malaysia Natural products chemistry University of Malaya INC
LIA CERTOP Food studies Malaisie Food, Health & Culture Taylor’s University INSHS
LIA 1214 SynBioEco Synthetic Biology for a bio-inspired economy Singapore Synthetic Biology NUS & A*STAR INSIS
LIA FV-TEL France-Vietnam Tropical Ecology Laboratory Vietnam Tropical Ecology Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Ecology and the environment

How does a LIA works ?

An internationa Associated Laboratory :

  • is an international lab "without walls"
  • brings together two partner institutions that contribute human and material resources to a jointly-defined project ;
  • in an enchanced collaboration between two laboratories which retain their independence and legal status, keep their directors and remain in their individual locations
  • is coordinated by 2 PIs who submit a researchprogram to the steering committee
  • receives joint funding for mobility and small equipment
  • is created for a duration of 4 years, renewable once.