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Bordeaux INP's research policy is structured around 11 joint research laboratories with University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux Montaigne University, CNRS, INRA and Arts et Métiers ParisTech. Research professors at the institute also work with INRIA on 9 joint project teams.

11 joint research laboratories

Institute of Chemistry and Biology of Membranes and Nano-objets

UMR 5248 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), 150 staff*, 3 research departements.

> Biology and biotechnology
> Biophysical chemistry
> Biomimetic and therapeutic chemistry

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EA 4592 (Bordeaux INP, Bordeaux Montaigne University), Nearly 60 staff*, 2 scientific themes.

> Transfers and interactions in aquifer systems
> Sedimentary systems and carbonate reservoirs

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Bordeaux Institute of Mechanical Engineering

UMR 5295 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux, Arts et Métiers), Over 320 staff*, 6 research departements.

> Physical Acoustics
> Mechanical Engineering and Design
> Civil and Environmental Engineering
> Durability of Materials, Assemblies and Structures
> Fluids - Transfers
> Materials, Processes, Interactions

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Institute for Solid State Chemistry Bordeaux

> Oxides and structured electro-ceramics for energy and electronics
> Energy: Materials and Batteries
> Chemistry and Photonics of oxide and fluoride materials
> Metallurgy and functional materials
> Chemistry for Nanomaterials
> Switchable Molecules and Materials
> Supercritical Fluids

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Bordeaux Institute of Mathematics

UMR 5251 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Over 280 staff*, 8 research teams.

> Number Theory
> Analysis
> Geometry
> Scientific computing and modelling
> PDEs and Mathematical Physics
> Probability and Statistics
> Mathematics of Life
> Operations Research

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Integration: From Materials to Systems Laboratory

UMR 5218 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Nearly 350 staff*, 28 research teams - 4 centers.

> From material to component
> From component to system
> From system to system of systems
> Systems and their interactions

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Institute of Molecular Sciences

UMR 5255 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Over 230 staff*, 10 research teams.

> Life Cycle Assessment and Sustainable Chemistry (CyVi)
> Catalysis, Synthesis and Health (CSH)
> Molecular Chemistry and Materials (C2M)
> Theoretical Chemistry (THEO)
> Molecular Collisions in Extreme Environments
> Molecular Photonics and Molecular MRI (IPM)
> Organic Nanostructures (NEO)
> Analytical Nanosystems (NSysA)
> Molecular Spectroscopy (GSM)
> Organic Synthesis and natural products (ORGA)

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Bordeaux Laboratory for Computer Science Research

Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique LABRIUMR 5800 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Over 300 staff*, 6 research teams.

> Combinatorics and Algorithmics
> Image and Sound
> Programming, Networks and Systems
> Formal Methods
> Models and Algorithms for Bio-informatics and Data Visualisation
> Supports and Algorithms for High-Performance Numerical Applications

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Laboratory of Organic Polymer Chemistry

UMR 5629 (CNRS, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), 150 staff*, 4 research teams.

> Polymerisation Catalyses and Engineering
> Biopolymers and Bio-Sourced Polymers
> Polymer Self-Assembly and Life Sciences
> Polymers for Electronics, Energy and Information

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Integrated Nutrition and Neurobiology

UMR 1286 (INRA, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Over 50 staff*, 2 research teams.

> Psychoneuroimmunology and Nutrition: experimental and clinical approaches
> Nutrition, Nuclear Receptors and Brain Ageing
> Joint Technological Unit with the Pessac Institute for Fats and Oils: ALICE Nutrition and the Brain

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UMR Oenologie

EA 4577 (INRA, Bordeaux INP, University of Bordeaux), Over 50 staff*, 2 teams, 8 research areas.

> Oenopro: 4 areas of research
- reaction mechanisms and supramolecular interactions involving aromas, polyphenols and oxygen transfer
- aromas: characterisation and preservation of the aromatic identity
- phenolic compounds: structures and properties
- process and Environmental engineering in France
> Microb'oeno: 4 research areas
- systematic approach (bacteria and yeast) to wine microbiology
- genomic approach to adaptation and to the physiology of yeast and technological implications for winemaking and ageing

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* including PhD students


Stéphanie Clément
Scientific Advisor
05 56 84 60 12