Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

CNRS is a public research organisation under the administrative supervision of French Ministry for Research, and the largest research organisation in Europe. The CNRS runs research units as well as jointly administered units “JRUs” (1400 in total) like universities or other research organisations located throughout France and some of them abroad. It covers all scientific fields (from high energy and nuclear physics to social sciences). Within the CNRS, the institute IN2P3 (Institut National de Physique Nucléaire et Physique des Particules) is responsible for research in particle physics, nuclear physics and astroparticle physics (19 laboratories). The participating IN2P3 institutions are involved in the most important international collaborations in the domain of hadron physics.

CNRS has specific roles in MAN, VA1-NLOAccess, NA2-Small-x, NA4-PREN, NA7-Hf-QGP, JRA1-LHC-Combine, JRA2-FTE@LHC, JRA4-TMD-neXt, JRA5-GPD-ACT, JRA7-HaSP, JRA9-TIIMM and JRA13-P3E.

CNRS has the responsibility of MAN (Barbara Erazmus), VA1-NLOAccess (Jean-Philippe Lansberg), NA4-PREN (Dominique Marchand, Randolf Pohl) NA7-Hf-QGP (Joerg Aichelin, Giuseppe Bruno), JRA1-LHC-Combine (Raphaël Granier de Cassagnac), JRA2-FTE@LHC (Pasquale Di Nezza, Cynthia Hadjidakis), JRA5-GPD-ACT (Silvia Niccolai, Kresimir Kumericki) and JRA13-P3E (Eric Voutier).

EC funds in MAN, VA1-NLOAccess, NA2-Small-x, NA4-PREN, NA7-Hf-QGP, JRA1-LHC-Combine, JRA2-FTE@LHC, JRA4-TMD-neXt, JRA5-GPD-ACT, JRA7-HaSP, JRA9-TIIMM and JRA13- P3E.


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Date

02 November 2019

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  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824093
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