Projects and contracts
The PhLAM laboratory is involved in many collaborations.
The PhLAM laboratory is the largest physics laboratory in Lille and therefore plays a central role in this discipline at the University of Lille.
The PhLAM is constantly looking for new collaborators and puts its expertise and know-how at the disposal of its academic and industrial partners. These collaborations aim at sharing and acquiring new knowledge. One of its strengths is the effort to transfer skills and technology from the laboratory to industry.
The laboratory is heavily involved in selected regional (CPER), national (PIA) and European (H2020 and ERC) projects. He was the winner of several projects labeled in response to calls for tender from the ANR and within the framework of the PIA.
The laboratory's scientific objectives are largely defined by the CEMPI and CaPPA Labex, Equipex FLUX, Imaginex BioMed and REFIMEVE+, the CPER Photonics 4 Society and Climibio, and the I-SITE ULNE project.
CPER: State-Region Plan Contracts
State-Region Plan Contracts are primarily catalysts for investment. They are needed to raise the level of equipment in the territories, support employment and prepare for the future. They are intended to finance projects that leverage local investment.
PIA: Investissements d'Avenir Program
The objective of the PIA is to increase productivity, innovate, increase the competitiveness of companies, but also to promote employment and promote equal opportunities by supporting investment and innovation in sectors generating growth and jobs.
I-SITE ULNE: University Lille Nord-Europe
The PhLAM lab labeled I-SITE (Initiatives-Science-Innovation-Territories-Economy) since 2017, participates in the project of creation of the future major international university "University Lille Nord-Europe" within 10 years. I-SITE ULNE relies on a research and training organization organized into 3 hubs "intended to bring together originally diverse groups to combine strengths and excellence, guide research strategies and address a common societal concern.
Pole 1 focuses on "Precision man it alth", Pole 2 on "Science for a changing planet" and Pole 3 addresses concerns about a "digital friendly world".
Thanks to its key role in the CaPPA Labex and the CEMPI Labex, PhLAM plays an important role in Poles 2 and 3, both in terms of research and training. In particular with the coordinators of the future doctoral schools associated with pole 2 "Higher School of Environmental Sciences of Lille" with Mr. Douay and at pole 3 "Friendly Deep Tech" with T. Huet.
The Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen European Territorial Cooperation Program is part of a desire to promote economic and social exchanges between four border regions: the Hauts-de-France and Grand Est regions in France; Wallonia, West and East Flanders in Belgium. It aims to combine common skills while enhancing the wealth of each region, for the benefit of the people of the area.
SATT NORD-Technological ripening program
SATT Nord (Technology Transfer Acceleration Offices) supports two projects: Carsimage and SpiderMass, both related to biological imaging and characterization.
The SATT SpiderMass maturation project started in 2016. Its main objective is the transfer of technology from a laser device for in vivo biological analysis and in real time by mass spectrometry. The device, developed in close collaboration between PhLAM and PRISM laboratories, collects the information needed to establish a rapid and accurate diagnosis during a surgical procedure.
Bilateral international cooperation European networks under the 6th and 7th FPRTD, European networks within the framework of the 6th and 7th CPRDT (Framework Program for Research and Technological Development).
The Horizon 2020 Framework Program (2014-2020) brings together, for the first time in a single program, European research and innovation programs such as the P.C.R.D.T.
ANR : National Research Agency
The ANR's actions aim to support the excellence of French research at various degrees of technological maturity, to support fundamental research, to encourage academic and "public-private" scientific partnerships, and to encourage European and international cooperation. To do this, it offers competitive calls for projects and implements rigorous selection processes based on peer review, which respect international principles in this area: impartiality, fair treatment, confidentiality, ethics, scientific integrity, and transparency.