UPJV's researchers are active in numerous research fields. These fields can be divided into three broad areas : Arts, humanities and scocial sciences, Natural sciences and mathematics, Life and health sciences.
1278 teaching and research positions
31 successful laboratories, some of which are internationally renowned. 10 laboratories are based on partnerships with the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research) or INSERM. (National Institute of Health and Medical Research).
56 million € annual research budget (wage share included)
a portofolio of over 30 patents
Artistic practices, margins, exchange
Knowledge, language, norms
Conflicts, history, territories
Public action and organisations
Health, societies, ecosystems
Health : biological, clinical, psychological and social dimensions
Materials and energy storage
Mathematics and ICT
The university research activities are supported by a dedicated office : the Direction of Research, Technology Transfer and Innovation (Direction de la recherche, de la Valorisation et de l'Innovation - DRVI). The DRVI provides assistance to researchers in securing funding and in knowledge and technology transfer activities. The DRVI acts also as an interface between the University and the public and private sectors to facilitate technology transfer and knowledge partnerships. DRVI personnel offer a variety of expertise to the academic community and outside partners :
Negotiation of research contracts
Creation of partnerships between research units and public or private interests who wish to benefit from Université de Picardie research expertise