Major Networks

National and International partnerships.

The University of Corsica is a charter member of this Euro-Mediterranean congress made up of the Universities of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Toulon South Var, Paris VI, Pisa, Turin and Genoa. The University of Corsica founded the RETI (Network of Excellence in Island Territories) network, which includes 27 universities today. The University also adheres to several other major national and international networks.

CHARTER MEMBER

Propuestas Logo RED RETI copiaRETI – Network of Excellence in Island Territories.

In 2010, by creating the RETI network, The University of Corsica gives the academic community an organization to promote exchange and pooling, with logistics to develop common projects in order to expand and enhance individual work and reflection by interacting and compounding research.

RETI’s roots are based on the convictions of some of the charter members, but today’s project is institutional, aimed at the most widespread audience possible to make insularity a less marginal issue.

RETI has 27 current members.

The Research and Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation Association.

The University of Corsica is a founding member of A.R.C. – the Research and Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation Association. Created in 2007 with other French faculties, several Italian Universities have since integrated the structure.

Primarily concerned with the environment and sustainable development, the Euro-Mediterranean association ARC is pivotal in cross-border projects with Italy concerning research and formation.

Today, the Euro-Mediterranean association ARC is made up of 7 French and Italian universities.

SUBSCRIBING MEMBER

Téthys, a Euro-Mediterranean University consortium.

The University of Corsica joined the Téthys consortium in September 2013.

Created in 2000, Téthys facilitates cultural and scientific exchange in the Euro-Mediterranean zone. It favors cooperation between Euro-Mediterranean countries through knowledge sharing, harmonized information and cultural exchange. Actions are possible through the large-scale network support of National and European programs.

The network brings together more than 80 universities from some twenty countries in North Africa (Maghreb and Machreq countries) and southern Europe.

“Mediterranean Coast” Man-Environment Observatory.

The “Environmental Sciences” and “Sites, Identities, sPaces and Activities” Laboratories are members of the “Mediterranean Coast” Man-Environment Observatory..

This observatory studies Mediterranean urbanization and coastal anthropization (the transformation of spaces, landscapes or natural environments by human action), through 4 coastal socio-ecological systems unequally subjected to artificialisation, tourism and associated recreational activities. The Corsican seashores of Balagna and those south of Bastia are among the zones studied.

House of Human Sciences and Society in the Southeast.

The “Sites, Identities, sPaces and Activities” laboratory is a member of the House of Human Sciences and Society in the Southeast.

Created in January 2013, the MSHS Southeast associates 9 research laboratories.

It encourages interdisciplinary research in Human and Social Sciences (SHS), as well as between SHS and other sectors (Sciences, ICST, Medicine) around four areas of research: cognition and cooperation; ICTS (Information and Communication Technologies), practices and communities; Europe and its Others; territory, technical systems and social practices.