Institute portal

This page describes how IN2P3 operates. It lists links, resources and contacts relating to the different institutional, administrative and technical components and aspects of the Institute.

Institutional portal

Schedules, agendas, minutes and webcast of Scientific Councils and Unit Director Committees.

Institute Scientific Council (ISC)

You can find the agendas, reports and other presentation materials on the page devoted to the ISC.

Committee of Unit Directors (CDU)

Find the agendas of the monthly meetings on the page devoted to the CDU.

Portal for continuing training at IN2P3

The research carried out by the Institute requires its staff to be constantly trained to innovate and implement necessary technologies. There are many challenges: to strengthen cutting-edge expertise, to support changes in practices and tools, to train new entrants quickly, to encourage collaboration between professions and to take account of the technical constraints of each one. Another objective is to support research personnel in the development of new scientific project management practices, for example by organising actions on project management or product insurance.

IN2P3 has a very active continuous training policy with the organisation of about ten technical ANFs (National Training Initiatives) per year. These are carried out in close collaboration with networks of business experts.

IN2P3 also provides strong support for the running of high-level scientific schools, particularly by supporting thematic schools in its discipline.


Documentary portal

Access to the network of documentalists, publication databases and the Institute's photo library.

The DEMOCRITE network at IN2P3

IN2P3 DEMOCRITE network of documentalists has developed a scientific and technical information (STI) policy that offers shared services for the whole community.

The HAL open archives portal

The HAL multidisciplinary open archive is intended for the deposit and distribution of research level scientific articles, published or not, and theses. These emanate from French or foreign teaching and research institutions and both public and private laboratories.

IN2P3 documentary resources on ATRIUM

Atrium is a documentary platform that is widely used in laboratories and by IN2P3 management. It is accessible to all members of the Institute to store, manage and archive their documents securely.

IN2P3 photo library

IN2P3 photo library is a database of images from laboratories. It is managed by the laboratory communication correspondents and the Institute's communication cell, providing everyone with the visual resources they need for their work.


Research and Technology Portal

This allows access to the Institute's networks of experts, cross-disciplinary R&D, project management, quality and systems engineering, as well as to technological news related to research in nuclear and particle physics.

IN2P3's 'Tech News' is the showcase for the technical expertise from the Institute's laboratories. The objective is to share our developments, achievements and scientific results obtained through detectors and instrumentation designed and produced by the technical groups of the Institute's laboratories.

Skills and professional expert networks: The Institute encourages the emergence of networks of experts around the main families of detectors and associated transverse techniques. These must meet the technological challenges of future experiments.

List of the Institute networks and associated expertise


  • Detection and instruments: semiconductors, gas detectors, photo-detection, cryogenic detectors, radiation detection, beams
  • Electronics and microelectronics: DAQ, microelectronics, PCB Design
  • Mechanics: mechanical calculation, 3D-metals, mechanical R&D
  • Transversal networks: computer science, instrumental biology
  • Project management and 'working together': project management, quality control, TEAMLAB, system engineering

Transversal R&D: The Institute supports technological R&D projects to overcome technical obstacles in the fields of detection, instrumentation, electronics, mechanics, computer science or any other multidisciplinary area. These projects are called 'transversal R&D' and are proposed by teams of engineers and researchers. They involve several of the Institute's laboratories. They are supported for a maximum of three years. The objectives are clearly defined and focus on instrumental issues affecting different scientific fields at IN2P3.

Project management and quality: The project teams are supported from within the Institute through the provision of project management tools, the organisation of national training activities (ANF) and support for the operation of several thematic networks.


  • The network of experts in project management: The EMAP network offers support and a space for sharing and capitalising on experiences. For example, the topics covered include: setting up a project, setting up and leading a team, project monitoring (reviews, meetings, action monitoring, etc.), project risk analysis, FMECA (Analysis of failure modes, their effects and criticality).


  • The quality network: Quality is an integral part of many activities in IN2P3. It is involved in instrumental developments (this is known as product quality assurance), in laboratories for their organisation or skills such as metrology where specific accreditation is required. IN2P3 quality network was created twenty years ago. This allows experiences to be shared, responds to the requirements of laboratories and those created by their projects and makes a pool of competent personnel available to carry out internal audits who are also more generally ready to help and assist any colleague who asks.


  • The systems engineering network: The success of a project depends on three pillars: management, product assurance and systems engineering. This explains why IN2P3 is setting up a 'systems engineering' network in addition to the EMAP and quality networks. These actions are carried out in collaboration with the INSU and in connection with CNRS QeR (Quality in Research) network.


"Fellowships des 2 infinis " : Thèses et Postdocs sélectionnés par l'IN2P3 en 2022

Chaque année l'IN2P3 sélectionne une quarantaine de propositions de financement de doctorants et posdoctorants dans les projets prioritaires de l'institut. En 2022 ces « Fellowships des deux infinis » ont été attribués aux projets suivants :

- Dernière mise à jour le 28 janvier 2022 -

Bourses de thèse
Sujet Contact chercheur Laboratoire Co-financeur
Physique des particules, recherches indirectes de Nouvelle Physique – LHCb Dorothea Vom Bruch CPPM  
La technologie à pixels monolithiques « depleted CMOS » et l’électronique de lecture associé Marlon Barbero CPPM  
Acquisition de données de la matrice d'imagerie à temps-de-vol pour le suivi temps-réel du dépôt de dose en hadronthérapie - TIARA Christian Morel CPPM Région PACA
Développement d’un système de détection des rayons-X pour l’identification des noyaux superlourds Julien Piot GANIL Région Normandie
« Etude de l'appariement p-n dans le noyau de 48Cr via la réaction 48Cr(p,3He)46V Gheorghe Iulian Stefan IJCLab  
Physique du neutrino - SuperNEMO Laurent Simard IJCLab  
Theorie - Superfluid fraction in the inner crust of neutron stars Michael Urban IJCLab  
Détection de signaux d'ondes gravitationnelles provenant de la coalescence d’objets compacts, et interprétation de leurs implications cosmologiques - VIRGO Viola Sordini IP2I Lyon  
Recherche de particules exotiques à long temps de vie dans CMS et construction du futur trajectographe Anne-Catherine Le Bihan IPHC  
Calcul haute performance pour l’optimisation d’une analyse IACT basée sur la comparaison d’images – CTA Sami Caroff LAPP  
Structure nucléaire Francisco-Miguel Marques / Julien Gibelin LPC - Caen Région Normandie
Physique des particules - ATLAS Giovanni Calderini LPNHE  
Astroparticules - HESS Julien Bolmont LPNHE  
Théorie - Nouvelles approches au problème de hiérarchie en physique des particules Félix Bruemmer LUPM  
Etudier le plasma de quarks et de gluons (PQG) au collisionneur LHC du CERN et avec le détecteur ALICE Marie Germain SUBATECH Région Pays de la Loire



Laboratoire Contact chercheur Thématique Durée
CPPM Heide Costantini CTA 24 mois
GANIL Jean-Charles Thomas LISE 24 mois
IJCLab Zhiqing Zhang / Dimitrios Varouchas ATLAS 24 mois
IJCLab Béatrice Ramstein HADES 24 mois
IJCLab Jonathan Wilson Nu-Ball2 24 mois
IJCLab Yann Mambrini Théorie - Astroparticules et cosmologie 24 mois
IJCLab Samuel Wallon / Jean-Philippe Lansberg Théorie hadronique 24 mois
IP2I Lyon Susan Gascon CMS 24 mois
IP2I Lyon Nathalie Moncoffre Matériaux sous irradiation 24 mois
IPHC Kamila Sieja Capture Rad de neutrons 24 mois
IPHC Marcos Dracos JUNO 24 mois
LAPP Loic Rolland VIRGO 24 mois
LLR Roberto Salerno / Vincent Boudry CMS+FCC 24 mois
LLR Philippe Bruel FERMI 24 mois
LLR Frederic Fleuret / Vladislav Balagura LHCb 24 mois
LP - Clermont Emmanuel Gangler LSST 24 mois
LP - Clermont Ana Teixeira Physique théorique 24 mois
LP2I - Bordeaux Anselmo Meregaglia SUPERNEMO 24 mois
LPSC Rachid Guernane ALICE 24 mois
LPSC Marie-Hélène Genest ATLAS 24 mois
LPSC Thomas Thuillier Sources d'ions 24 mois
LUPM Yohann Scribano PLATO 24 mois
LUPM Alexandre Marcowith SVOM 24 mois
SUBATECH Pol-Bernard Gossiaux Théorie - physique des jets 24 mois
SUBATECH Frédéric Yermia JUNO 24 mois
APC Camelia Mironov DUNE 24 mois
CPPM Olivier Leroy LHCb 24 mois
LPC Caen Yves Lemière LISA 24 mois
LPNHE Pierre Antilogus LSST 24 mois
IPHC Ziad El Bitar / Jeremy Andrea CMS + FCC 24 mois



Thèses financées en 2022 par les programmes transverses du CNRS

L’institut propose aux programmes « 80 Prime » et « Thèses Internationales » du CNRS, le financement de thèses interdisciplinaires ou à l’international. En 2022, les propositions suivantes ont été retenues :


Financement MITI : bourses 80 PRIME

Laboratoire Contact Sujet
CENBG Eric Gilabert NOBLE : Constraining the origin of Earth’s volatiles with dynamical simulations and isotopic measurements of noble gases in meteorites
IJCLab David Chamont CASSIDI : CAlculS fiables pour la phySIque des Deux Infinis
IJCLab Gaël Sattonnay EPISAMA : Exploration de Procédés d’Ingénierie de Surface Anti-Multipacting pour les Accélérateurs
LPCC Juliette Thariat Leu-RAD : Etude des effets de l’hadronthérapie sur l’immunité antitumorale dans un contexte de tumeurs cérébrales


Financement international
Laboratoire Contact Sujet
APC Jaime Dawson DUNE-PDS : The Photon Detector System of the DUNE Vertical Drift Module
APC Radoslaw Stompor CMBSOL : Exploitation scientifique des données de fond diffus cosmologique provenant de la prochaine génération d’expériences au sol
GANIL Nathalie Lecesne SHELA : Super Heavy Element LAser spectroscopy at GSI and GANIL
LLR Benjamin Quilain SK : Première mesure du fond-diffus de neutrinos issus de supernovæ auprès de l’expérience Super-Kamiokande

Collaborative Tools Portal

This covers applications devoted to collaborative work, event organisation, creation of surveys or joint document development and access to the Institute's common tools service.

Collaborative note-taking tool: Etherpad

Collaborative IT development tool: Forge

File version of control software: Gitlab

Event management system: Indico

Application of internal surveys: Lime Survey

Event planning tool: Evento

Webmail: Zimbra

Your national and regional communication contacts

IN2P3 national communication group accompanies all initiatives aiming to increase the visibility of the Institute research activities, to communicate with the public or to participate in educational projects related to its disciplines. Each year, it deals with a large number of scientific subjects in the form of news items. It participates with CNRS Communication Department (Dircom) in the organisation of events, conferences and meetings. It organises major events within the Institute. It publishes 'La Lettre de l'IN2P3,' which is sent every month to all IN2P3 staff and interested parties. This relays information related to the life of the institute (discoveries, achievements, training, committee dates, events, etc.).

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In the laboratories: The IN2P3 communication group relies on a network of communication correspondents and officers located in each laboratory of the Institute. This network ensures the circulation of information, the coordination of common communication actions and the promotion of laboratory activities at both local and national levels, in liaison with CNRS regional delegations.

The communication unit works in collaboration with many other scientific institutions such as CEA and CERN and within international scientific communication and outreach networks such as Interactions, EPPCN and IPPOG.


Want to promote an event or a scientific result?

Please contact your communication correspondent or officer in the laboratory with a description of your event or result, a presentation text in French of about half a page, a draft illustration and an indication of the date of publication, even if this is approximate. IN2P3 and CNRS communication department (Dircom) communication staff will then choose the best channel to promote your news (press release, scientific news “En Direct des labos’' article in “CNRS innovation” or on “CNRS Le journal” website) and will help you with the formatting of your text.

IN2P3’s social media accounts

Find more communication materials on CNRS intranet.