University News

06
july

The 1st Plant BioProTech International Congress

The 1st Plant BioProTech International Congress was held in Congress Palace of Reims from 27th to 30th june 2017. It was organized by the research unit “Vines and Wines in Champagne” and by the Condorcet “Research Federative Structure” (FR CNRS 3417). The aim of this symposium was to gather worldwide scientists, technical institutes and...

17
Feb

Franco-Algerian cooperation in full swing with two PHC Tassili projects accepted by CEREP and GRESPI

PHC TASSILI PROJECT - GRESPI

A Franco-Algerian PHC Tassili project has recently been accepted by the Research Group in Engineer’s Sciences (GRESPI, EA 4694).

Entitled “Rehabilitation of structures damaged by earthquakes using externally attached composite materials: analysis-modelling”, this project will provide for the financing of a Cotutelle (co-supervised)...

17
Feb

A Horizon 2020 Interfuture (ITN) project accepted at the URVVC

URCA is a partner in the Interfuture project, an ITN (Innovative Training Network) for microbial interactions and new biopesticide and biofertisiliser concepts.

This Marie Sklodowska Curie (Horizon 2020) project involves the Champagne Vines and Wine Research Unit (Unité de Recherche Vignes et Vins de Champagne; URVVC, EA 4707) as well as ten other universities, research centres...

17
Feb

URCA’s first Franco-German ANR project at CERHiC: ARCHITRAVE

The Cultural History Research and Studies Centre (CERHIC - EA 2616) has recently obtained an ANR project from the Franco-German programme in Human and Social Sciences entitled ARCHITRAVE (Art and Architecture in Paris and Versailles in German travellers’ accounts in the Baroque period).

This is a three-year project bringing together four partners from the two countries: URCA,...

17
Feb

CReSTIC undertakes two new projects financed by the European Commission Directorate-General for Transport C-ROADS and InterCor

The STIC (Science and Technology) Research Centre (CReSTIC, EA 3804) undertakes two new projects financed by the European Commission Directorate-General for Transport: C-ROADS and InterCor.

C-ROADS

After an initial promising project on connected vehicles, SCOOP@F, the collaboration between CReSTIC and the DG Transport continues with the C-ROADS European platform...

16
Feb

Launch of URCA site for Euraxess service centre

The Euraxess service centre website has been online since January 2017.

Available in both English and French, it is designed for foreign researchers and post-graduates coming to URCA and full of useful information for preparing their stay in France.

Visa applications, residence permits, accommodation, taxes... The site covers various topics and gives useful contact...

15
Feb

MEDyC continues its collaboration under the PHC Ulysses project

MEDyC continues its collaboration with the Dublin Institute of Technology as part of the PHC Ulysses project “Predicting response to radiotherapy in patients with prostate cancer using plasma spectroscopy “.

This project will allow the researchers and post-graduate students involved to exchange their knowledge of IRTF-HT and...

15
Feb

IATEUR to be a partner in the ERA-NET Smart-U Green project

The Smart-U-Green (Smart Urban Green: Governing conflicting perspectives on transformations in the urban rural continuum) project deals with the relationships between agriculture and urbanism (conflicts and synergies) in the implementation of the urban transition to sustainability. The objectives of the project are to examine new forms of governance in view of the various...

15
Feb

Two new projects with South America

CRESTIC is participating in two international projects with South America

MESO (Modelling and predicting the Side Effects of the Antarctic Ozone Layer)

This CAPES-Cofecub project brings together Universidade Federal de Santa Maria in Brazil (LSC and PMOA/GRUMA laboratories), University of La Réunion (LACy laboratory) and URCA (CASH team from the CReSTIC...

17
Jan

Fluorescent probes for exploring the accessibility of plant walls

Their chemical and physical complexity makes accessing plant walls difficult for the enzymes that break them down into useful products.