New approaches for water control and sustainable energy by electrochemical biosensors and biofuel cells” - CEERBIOwith the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CNRS + IRD + French universities)
SENA (SEparation Nucléaire à l’Avenir/ Future Nuclear Separation) with the Russian Academy of Sciences (CNRS + French universities)
Climate and Biological Archives and Exobiology of Sub-Glacial Lakes from Ice Cores in East Antarctica - "VOSTOK"with the Russian Academy of Sciences (CNRS + French universities + CEA)
IRG "Dynamics of biodiversity in Southern African ecosystems and sustainable use in the context of global change : processes and mechanisms involved"LECAwith the CNRS / Montpellier II / the Centre for Invasion Biology, Department of Botany and Zoology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602, South Africa.
IMPRES "Materials, Processes, Environment and Health Engineering Network" DCM with the CNRS / INPL / INSA Lyon / China
ACPP "Calculation Automation in Particle Physics" The French side is run by the LAPTH, with contributions from the LAPP, the LPC Clermont-Ferrand, the LPTA, the LPT Orsay and, for its renewal, the LPSC. The Russian side consists of two Moscow groups, with Boos as the main figure, and the Japanese side, known by its collaborative name Minami-Tateya, consists of members of the KEK, with Fujimoto at its head.
CEERBIO "New approaches for water control and sustainable energy by electrochemical biosensors and biofuel cells" DCM French and Chinese universities.
PHENICS Photoswitchable organic molecules, systems and devices in Particle PhysicsLSP France, Japan, China
SAMIA Absorption Spectroscopy of Molecules of Interest for Atmospheric Sciences and PlanetologyLSP, Institute of Atmospheric Optics (Tomsk), General Physics Institute, Laser Spectroscopy Laboratory (Moscow), National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale – University of Science and Technology of China (Hefei), Environmental Spectroscopy Laboratory & Atmospheric Optics Key Laboratory, Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics.