Where are ASC project members ?
THE ASC NETWORK
Benefit from a broad international network
The program includes a mandatory mobility within the ASC consortium and is taught in English in all 5 universities.
Over the years, the ASC consortium has developed links with 17 associated partners: global industrial partners producing spectrometers (Bruker, Magnetech) as well as regional competitiveness clusters (MATIKEM/EuraMaterials in Lille, NEU in Leipzig). A privileged partnership has also been established with great research facilities such as Synchroton SOLEIL in France or ELETTRA in Italy.
ASC network expansion
In 2019, the ASC network expanded again and developped links with non European universities towards their integration as associated partners (non degree-awarding):
- Harbin Institute of Technology, P R C
- N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine
- Lebanese American University, Liban
This large academic and industrial network merges its state of the art equipment and expertise to offer international students a high quality education program covering the application of spectroscopic techniques to chemistry in a broad sense, and wide career opportunities in chemical analysis and characterization of the structure of materials in the fields of molecular synthesis, biology, nanotechnologies, modeling, pharmacy, green chemistry, materials, and sustainable energies.
The ASC master’s course has been awarded the Erasmus Mundus label and funded by the European Union three times for the periods 2008-2014, 2015-2020 and currently 2020-2026. It is now highly recognized for its academic excellence. In addition, this European master’s course was awarded the Euromaster label by the European Chemistry Thematic Network (ECTN) in 2008. This label has been renewed in 2019.