As research structures, the laboratories make it possible both to improve the level of students at the various levels (M, D) and for research professors, and also constitute an adequate framework for the domiciliation and conduct of research projects. (CNEPRU and PRFU).
In this perspective, the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Subject Sciences has seven (07) research laboratories including two (02) in physics, one (01) in mathematics, one (01) in computer science and three (03) in chemistry. These means put at the service of the researchers will contribute effectively to their training and allow them to carry out their research easily within the framework of the preparation of their diplomas.
2. The research laboratories of the MISM faculty