Entries by Stéphanie Pinot De Bailleul

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Meeting  Emmanuel Macron

On 4th June 2015, IMT’s school Directors and General Director were received at Bercy by Emmanuel Marcon, Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Technology. Luc Rousseau, VP of CGEIET, Emmanuel Caquot, in charge of the work of school authorities and Etienne Hans, an advisor in Emmanuel Macron’s office also attended the meeting. For nearly two […]

Space used to control environmental hazards

The Regional image processing and remote detection service (SERTIT) at the University of Strasbourg, connected to Télécom Physique Strasbourg, has a developed a cartography platform for risk analysis that is especially well-adapted to the insurance sector, using satellite data of observation of the Earth. The platform takes the form of a dynamic 3D visualization interface […]

Energy: smart grids for managing quick charging of electric vehicles

The VELCRI project (Véhicule Electrique à Charge Rapide Intégrée) has tested a smart global quick charging infrastructure in order to optimally integrate our future electric cars into the charge and electricity grid. Hossam Afifi, a researcher at Télécom SudParis, took part in the design of the smart grid, which collects data and regulates electricity consumption […]

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Industry of the Future: An ambitious association driven by a strong mobilization with concrete objectives for a new industrial era

In the coming weeks the AFDEL,[1] the FIM,[2] the Gimélec,[3] the Symop,[4] Syntec Numérique,[5] the UIMM,[6] the CEA,[7] the CETIM,[8] the ENSAM[9] and IMT are to establish an association dedicated to the industry of the future. It will have a shared ambition: to make France a leader in the new global industrial generation, thus placing […]

Network security: protecting electronic circuits against physical attacks

Secure-IC is a spin-off of the Télécom Paris and Télécom Bretagne incubators specializing in the security of telecommunications networks. It markets solutions for securing embedded electronic systems. The electronic circuits which encode messages can suffer physical attacks and leak the security codes. So Secure-IC has developed a wide range of IP cores, which secure embedded […]

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IMT trains teaching staff of its graduate schools on developments in teaching practices

After considering the profile of the engineer in 2030, IMT is now looking at the development of teaching and learning practices in the all-digital and MOOC era. This was the subject of its MEDIANE* winter school, held last January, which brought together teachers, educational advisers, ICT engineers and education experts. It was an innovative training […]

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And the big winners of the Fondation Mines-Télécom prize for 2015 are…

On Tuesday April 7, the Fondation Mines-Télécom awards ceremony was held at the premises of its partner Numericable SFR. Best work placements, best doctorate theses and most promising start-ups: discover the winners and their projects! Three doctors took the honors Giang Nam Nguyen (Télécom Bretagne) won first prize for his work on diffractive optical elements […]

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Marine pollution as seen by ultrafast cameras – Pierre Slangen, Mines Alès

Ultrafast cameras unveil processes that are invisible to the naked eye. At Mines Alès, Pierre Slangen, a specialist in applied optics, uses them to build advanced technology devices and thus to understand how gases and liquids are diffused during environmental disasters. Certain physical phenomena occur in such small time scales that they remain practically invisible without […]

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Biomechanics serving healthcare – Stéphane Avril, Mines Saint-Etienne

Stéphane Avril, a researcher at Mines Saint-Étienne, describes himself as a “biomechanics” but would like to become a “mechanobiologist”, a switch from studying the mechanical properties of the body to decoding its biological mechanisms using engineering tools. Focused in particular on analysis of the behavior of normal and pathological vessels, his work should have significant […]