The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future contributes to the industry recovery plan within the framework of its call for R&S projects: “Resilience and Sustainability for the Industry of the Future”

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9 strategic projects have been selected to resolve and anticipate future crisis. Discover the projects selected by the scientific community of IMT graduate schools & its German partners.
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GAIA-X takes a major step towards a sovereign European digital infrastructure

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The teacher-researchers at Institut Mines-Télécom will share their expertise in AI, Big Data and cyber security. The GAIA-X initiative is another step towards a reliable and sovereign digital infrastructure for Europe.
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METHA Europe 2020 – Who are the winners of the competition?

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The Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) graduate schools are organizing a major entrepreneurial competition in partnership with EVER Monaco, METHA Europe - Energy Management in Transport and Housing- in order to highlight the most innovative projects; this year, the organizers have chosen sustainable cities as their theme.

IMT invests €1.6 million in the development of hybrid teaching

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The aim is to guarantee the start of the new academic year, whatever the health guidance may be at the time (number of people allowed in a given space, lockdown etc.), and also to speed up the implementation of new innovative practices and the pooling of certain resources across IMT graduate schools.

The Board of Directors of the Fondation Mines-Télécom appoints Claude Imauven as its new President

The Board of Directors of the Fondation Mines-Télécom unanimously elected Claude Imauven as President of the Foundation on 23 June 2020. He succeeds Guy Roussel, president since 2011. Claude Imauven will work in close collaboration with the Board of Directors and the executive committee of the Foundation's, which was renewed on this occasion.

IMT’s winning dual incubation strategy

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The success story of the U.R.B.S. start-up, winner of the Le Monde Smart Cities Urban Innovation Award, illustrates IMT’s involvement in entrepreneurship with local support in its schools’ incubators and shared national and international programs.

Created to respond to the urgent needs of students at its schools, IMT’s Covid-19 Solidarity Fund, which became operational on 30 March, has distributed over €87,000 in aid so far.

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Institut Mines-Télécom acted quickly to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Its Board of Directors voted unanimously to create a Covid-19 Solidarity Fund, ten days after the start of the lockdown.

Jean Jerphagnon Award: Antoine Dubrouil wins the 2019 Award

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Every year, researchers, students and industry representatives come together for the Jean Jerphagnon Award, which rewards innovation in the field of optics and photonics. This year, the jury and its president, Alain Aspect, have rewarded Antoine Dubrouil, physicist and founder of Femto Easy.

2020 U-Multirank Ranking: IMT Schools Honored

Institut Mines-Télécom schools feature prominently in the 2020 edition of U-Multirank, with two schools in particular topping the list.

IMT consolidates its strategy on MOOCs and enters a new phase

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IMT is ramping up its activities based on the MOOCs that were acclaimed by students and professionals alike during the lockdown period, and which it is now seeking to incorporate into certificates and a program-based approach.