Scientific partnerships

The Research Centre can benefit from the contributions of scientific partnerships, in order to extend its research.

The DIM PAMIR is the Ile-de-France research network dedicated to the study of heritage sciences. It brings together the humanities and social sciences (history, archaeology, art history) and palaeontology, with the natural sciences (physics, chemistry, life and earth sciences) and data sciences (mathematics, statistics, computing).

The Centre has been a member of the DIM PAMIR network since 7 July 2023.

The Domaine de Chantilly is one of the jewels in the crown of France’s cultural heritage. It is also the work of a man with an extraordinary destiny: Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale (1822-1897), fifth son of Queen Marie-Amélie and King Louis-Philippe, the last king of France. Thanks to the precautions taken by the Duke of Aumale in his will, Chantilly remains, more than a century later, a showcase of preserved works in which the charm of the 19th century continues to reign.

The Domaine de Chantilly has been a permanent scientific partner of the Centre since 2019. The aim of this collaboration, also involving the directors of the musée national de Versailles, is to examine the musée Condé’s archive collections, with a view to identifying references to Versailles and the Court of France in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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