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Europe & international

Géosciences Montpellier is involved in many scientific partnerships with universities and research institutes in Europe and across the World. For several year, the lab has been managing several Marie Curie European Research Networks ; the lab is also deeply involved into the IODP Prgramme, for both management and scientific activities.

Géosciences Montpellier intensively develops links with North Africa (Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia) through numerous cooperation scientific projects (PHP, Volubilis,Tassili, Utique, …) and the Marie Curie network IRESS-MEDYNA.

Le laboratory is active in many projects and collaborative partnerships in Asia (Amrenia, Bouthan, China, Mongolia, Nepal, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam) and America (Brazil, Canada, Chili, Mexico, USA...).

Finally, the laboratory strengthen its interests in the French Oversea Antilles, with the formal association of a reserch team of Univeristé Antille-Guyane to Géosciences Montpellier, as from 2015.

IRSES - MEDYNA

IRSES - MEDYNA

Maghreb-EU research staff exchange on geodynamics, geohazards, and applied geology in Nortwest Africa
At the doorstep of Europe, the NW African plate boundary system is paradoxically the least (...)

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ABYSS

ABYSS

Training network on reactive geological systems from the mantle to the abyssal sub-seafloor, ABYSS is an EU Framework 7 Marie Curie Integrated Training Network coordinated by Marguerite Godard (...)

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ITN CREEP

ITN CREEP

The Integrated Training Network CREEP is coordinated by Andréa Tommasi.
The program addresses the complex mechanical behaviour of Earth materials and their implications for geodynamic or (...)

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Crystal 2 Plates

Le réseau européen ITN-Marie Curie Crystal 2 Plates (FP7), piloté à GM par A. Tommasi, a regroupé entre 2009 et 2013, 7 partenaires de 6 pays différents, pour former 12 jeunes chercheurs (thèses et (...)

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