Agreement signed between CEMES-CNRS and NAra Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)

Thursday, March 15, 2018

CNRS and the japanese University Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) have decided to renew for three more years their partnership through the contiuation of the NAIST satelite in the Center of elaboration of materials et structural studies (CEMES-CNRS) where a franco-japanese team is developing new molecules with the goal to trigger controled movements on a surface via cascade electron transfers.

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NAIST, a japanese university of excellence, specialized in sciences, has been selected by the japanese governement as one of the 22 research universities in Japan (among about 500 universities). In this respect, an important budget is dedicated to increase its research capacity through internationalization of its teaching and its research. In this context, it was decided to establish a research satelite of NAIST in CEMES.

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Contact:

Gwénaël Rapenne l Professeur à l'Université Paul Sabatier, chercheur au CEMES l T 05 62 25 78 41 l rapenne at cemes.fr

 

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