In the Europe, Russia & New Independant States area, Insmi hosts 4 UMI, 2 LIA and 2 GDRI (for a definition of UMI, LIA and GDRI, take a look at the CNRS International Cooperation tool-kit).
Joint research units
- The Pauli CNRS Institute (UMI 2842) is located in Vienna and involved in mathematics and in interface with informatics, physics and biology, via mathematical modelling and numerical simulation.
- The European Institute for Statistics, probability, Stochastic Operations Researchs and its Applications (Eurandom - UMI 3022) is located in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). It is devoted to research in stochastics (statistics, probability, and stochastic operation research) and interactions with other sciences.
- The Fibonacci Laboratory (UMI 3483) is located at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa (Italy) and devoted to Franco-Italian collaboration in all the spectrum of mathematics and to their interactions with theoretical physics and informatics.
- The UMI Abraham de Moivre (UMI 2004) was created in 2018. It is located at the Imperial College London, and concerns all areas in mathematics, their applications and their interactions with other sciences.
International associated laboratories
- The Ypatia Laboratory in Mathematical Sciences (LYSM) is a French-Italian associated laboratory. It was created in 2017 by an agreement between the Aix-Marseille University, the Ecole Centrale of Marseille, the CNRS and the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica "F. Severi" (INdAM). It covers the whole spectrum of mathematics. Contact: Pierre Picco.
- The international associated laboratory Control, PDEs and Scientific Computing (LIA CoPDESC) aims to establish new as well as to strengthen the already strong scientific relations of German, French and Italian researchers in the field of partial differential equations, with emphasis on four thematics, namely : control and optimization, nonlinear PDEs, calculus of variations, and numerical analysis/scientific computing. Contact: Fatiha Alabau.
International research networks
- The French-British-German network in Representation Theory aims at structuring and encouraging the scientific cooperation between British, French and German mathematicians specialised in the field of representation theory. Contact: Nicolas Jacon.
- The International Research Network Mathematics with Central and Eastern Europe (ECO-Maths) aims at developing collaboration between French, Hungarian and Romanian mathematicians. It covers a large spectrum of fundamental and applied mathematics. Contact: Colin Guillarmou.