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Scientific partnerships

CARNOT TNUPSACLAY 250As a member of Carnot institutes network, List, a CEA Tech institute, works both on technological research and on upstream resourcing research. Resourcing activities are based on historical relations with high level academic partners.


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Collaborations on robotics and non destructive testing, Capme’up project management for innovation for SMEs. List has privileged ties with CETIM centres in Senlis, Nantes and Saint Etienne (France).


List, a CEA Tech institute, is a partner in a consortium to facilitate the transfer of digital technologies to businesses (CVSTENE). The partners are research organizations focusing on digital technologies (CEA, CNRS, Inria, Institut Mines-Télécom, CDEFI, and CPU). The purpose of the initiative is to pool the partners’ know-how and programs to foster the emergence of new technology-transfer projects and boost business’ innovation capacity.

Logo ensamENSAM

Common works on the digital factory modelling topic – Students hosting for their final year project studies.


Collaborations on test and formal analysis topics




Technological development programme with POEMS’ team on simulation and modelling for non destructive testing – Several collaborations on software technologies.

telecom paristechTélécoms Paris Tech

Common works on software for embedded systems in the frame of a 10 researchers’ joint team.




telecom sud parisTélécoms Sud Paris

60 researchers are hosted in List premises. The collaboration is about cloud computing, tools and technologies for communication systems and digital technologies for health. It is mainly carried by theses and Post-docs in the frame of an ANR funded project.




In 2017 the Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies centre that is actually under construction will take place next to List building and will host two laboratories ; the IEF (University Paris XI) and the LPN (CNRS). Collaborations are already committed within theses on calculation systems architectures and diamond sensors design.