European and Worldwide Scientific Cooperation

Université de Paris research teams have built a close-knit network of international scientific cooperation in Europe and North America.

Oxford University, partner of Université de Paris

Measured by the number of publications co-written (Web of Sciences 2012-2016), the top six institutions and partner universities in Europe are:

  • Max Planck, Allemagne
  • Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientifiques, Espagne
  • Oxford, Grande-Bretagne
  • Cambridge, Grande-Bretagne
  • Manchester, Grande-Bretagne
  • Heidelberg, Allemagne.

Similarly, the main partners in North America in terms of publications (Web of Sciences 2012-2016) are the top six universities as follows:

  • Harvard, Etats-Unis,
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Stanford, Etats-Unis,
  • McGill à Montréal,
  • Berkeley, Etats-Unis
  • MIT, Etats-Unis

Worldwide Cooperation network: CNRS, Inserm, IRD and IPGPis.

Université de Paris relies on its privileged partnerships across the world built by USPC over the last several years with CNRS, Inserm and IRD.

With the CNRS, approximately thirty international laboratories (LIA) and international joint units (UMI) in common with the new university, mainly in biology, physics and mathematics within the European area of research, Asia and Latin America.

With the INSERM, four international laboratories (LIA) with prominent international universities of New York, New Delhi and Beijing as well as one European laboratory associated with the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.

The seismological, volcanological and magnetic observation networks of the Institute of Physics of the Globe of Paris are located all over the world.