Nine foreign institutions are members of CREATE, along with the two major Singaporean universities: ETH Zürich, Cambridge University, TUM Munich, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, MIT, UC Berkeley, University of Illinois, Shanghai JiaoTong University and the CNRS.
 Intelligent Modelling for Decision-making in Critical Urban Systems.
 In March 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron set the ambition to make France a world leader in AI and launched an initial €1.5 billion plan aimed at supporting and fostering the country’s scientific and technological potential.
 ESI Group, CETIM Matcor, Thales, EDF Singapore, ARIA technologies.
 Coming online in the fall of 2019 in Paris, the Jean Zay supercomputer has been one of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers available to HPC and AI researchers.
 The CNRS set up this interdisciplinary centre in 2022. It aims to support innovative interdisciplinary research projects targeting major issues of AI for science and science for AI (whether theoretical, methodological, instrumental, algorithmic, digital, ethical, epistemological, etc.).
 An IRL identifies, in a specific place, the significant and lasting presence of scientists from a limited number of French and foreign research institutions (only one foreign partner country).
 Deep tech is a classification of organization with the expressed objective of providing technology solutions based on substantial scientific or engineering challenges.
 CNRS International NTU Thalès Research Alliance.
 BioMechanics of Cellular contacts.
 IRPs are collaborative research projects between one or more CNRS laboratories and laboratories in one or two foreign countries, consolidating already established collaborations.
 Heterogeneous Stretchable Systems, Mechanical properties and associated functionalities at small scales, with the Process and Materials Science Laboratory (CNRS/Université Sorbonne Paris Nord) and the PPrime Laboratory (CNRS/Université de Poitiers/ENSMA)
 Specialty optical fiber based biosensing for medical applications, with XLIM (CNRS/Université de Limoges) and A*STAR.
 Synthetic biology for a bio-inspired economy, with Toulouse Biotechnology Institute, Bio & Chemical Engineering and Toulouse White Biotechnology laboratories on the French side (CNRS/Inrae/Insa Toulouse).
 An IRN identifies an international scientific community composed of one or more French laboratories, including at least one CNRS laboratory, and several laboratories abroad, around a shared theme or a research infrastructure.
 French-Singaporean network on-Renewable Energies, with the Processes, Materials and Solar Energy laboratory (CNRS) and NTU.
 Transnational Transdisciplinary Network on Society and Genetics, with the CERMES 3 laboratory on the French side (CNRS/Inserm/Université de Paris).