The DIM Patrimoines matériels – innovation, expérimentation et résilience (PAMIR) aims to bring out new forms of social, environmental and economic development by connecting museums, companies, the Ile-de-France ecosystem of creating and crafts, universities, and laboratories around questions of fundamental and applied research on heritage collections and issues.

It brings together an interdisciplinary Ile-de-France network of scientists specializing in archaeology, paleontology, art history, history, archives, and heritage conservation-restoration, but also in natural sciences (physics, chemistry, life and earth sciences) and data sciences (mathematics, statistics, computer science). The DIM PAMIR (2022-2026) follows the DIM Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux (2017-2021).

The DIM supports a simple approach