Launched in April 2012, the Cluster of Excellence Territorial and Spatial Dynamics, known in French as LabEx DynamiTe, focuses on the effects of globalization on space and societies, as well as issues related to sustainable development and global change.
It includes top research units in the fields of geography, history, archeology, sociology, anthropology and economics. The LabEx intends to capitalize on the contributions of these different specialist fields by articulating them around a joint problematic, that of territoriality.
A range of events are organized throughout the year to open the LabEx to the economic world, planning agencies and regional actors.
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The LabEx federates 18 laboratories, and gathers about 300 researchers.
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Reseaches conducted within the LabEx are organized around 4 fields, and led by 13 Work-Packages.
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Finally, the LabEx also has a role in supporting research, especially through the recruitment of PhD students and postdocs.
> Find out more about calls for applications