Our team collaborates with astrochemical and laboratory astrophysics groups worldwide such as IRAM (Grenoble, France & Granada Spain), IRAP (Toulouse, France), IPAG (Grenoble, France), École Normale Supérieure (Paris, France), CfA (Harvard, USA), MPfR (Bonn, Germany), Group of Laboratory Astrophysics (U. Koln, Germany), Obs. Arcetri (Italy), and different groups of spectroscopists and theoreticians in France, Poland, Turkey, U.K., and USA.

Summary of collaborations (under construction):

•    Group of Molecular Spectroscopy, Department of Chemistry, University of Bologna (Dr. Cristina Puzzarini, Dr. Gabriele Cazzoli)
Added value: expertise in Laboratory Astrophysics, high resolution rotational espectroscopy and characterization of molecules
•    Group of Planetology and Astrobiology Osservatorio Astronomico di Arcetri (Dr. John R. Brucato)
Added value: study in laboratory of chemical and physical mechanisms of synthesis and evolution of organic matter by interactions with the surfaces of minerals, photons and energetic particles

•    Group of Sciences et Propriétés de la Matière, Institut de Physique de Rennes, CNRS (Prof. André Canosa)
Added value: Chemical kinetics at low temperaures, expert in development of CRESU devices
•    Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, CNRS (Prof. Jean Claude Guillemin)
Added value: reactivity of small astrochemical species
•    Institut de Planétologie et d’Astrophysique de Grenoble, CNRS (Dr. Bertrand Lefloch)
Added value: expert in molecular Astrophysics, pre-estellar cores, protostars
•    Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie IRAP, CNRS (Dr. Olivier Berné, Dr. Christine Joblin, Dr. Karine Demyk, Dr. Hassan Sabbah)
Added value: PAHs (observations and laboratory); Dust grains in evolved stars; Photo-dissociation Regions
•    Laboratoire Plasma et Conversion d’Energie LAPLACE, CNRS (Dr. Richard Clergereaux, Dr. Kremena Makasheva)
Added value: Reactive plasmas; Plasma processing; Carbon dust; Nanocomposite materials.
•    Laboratoire d’étude du rayonnement et de la matière en astrophysique et atmosphères (LERMA), Observatoire de Paris, CNRS (Dr. Jerome Pety, Dr. Benjamin Godard, Prof. Maryvonne Gerin)
Added value: Chemical models, physical and chemical processes in Diffuse Clouds
•    Institut de Radioastronomie Millimétrique IRAM (Prof. Michel Guelin)
Added value: expertise in Molecular Astrophysics, Astrochemistry
•    Université du Havre (Prof. Francois Lique)
Added value: calculation of inelastic rate coefficients in collisions, rotational excitation

•    Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Caltech). Group of Spectroscopy (Dr. John C. Pearson, Dr. Brian J. Drouin)
Added value: molecular spectroscopy, high-resolution infrared spectroscopy, terahertz spectroscopy
•    Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. The McCarthy Group (Prof. Michael C. McCarthy, Prof. Carl Gottlieb)
Added value: Laboratory Astrophysics, Complex Mixtures Analysis, Reactive Oxygen Intermediates, Reactive Inorganic Chemistry, Instrumentation

•    University of Cologne. Cologne Laboratory Astrophysics Group. (Prof. Stephan Schlemmer, Dr. Holger S. P. Müller, Dr. Sandra Brünken)
Added value: molecular physics, terahertz spectroscopy, collision dinamices

•   Center for Astrochemical Studies (CAS@MPE), Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics. (Prof. Paola Caselli, Dr. Zsofia Nagy)
Added value: Astrochemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy, Star and planet formation


United Kingdom:
•    UCL Astrophysics Group, Univesity College London (Prof. Michael J. Barlow, Prof. Jonathan Tennyson)
Added value: MJB – expertise in Evolved Stars and Supernovae, Planetary Nebulae, Infrared Astronomy; JT – expertise in Molecular Spectroscopy, Atomic and Plasma Physics