Institut Mines-Télécom has become a member of the alliance EULiST, the signature took place on 20 October during the EULiST rectors’ meeting at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid.
EULiST, European Universities Linking Society and Technology, has existed since 2020 as part of the “European Universities” initiative, launched by the European Commission, to modernise higher education in Europe in a comprehensive and sustainable manner.
Together with IMT, EULiST now brings together ten partners with complementary strengths in engineering, humanities and social sciences. EULiST aims to develop new solutions adapted to the ecological transition in order to respond to the main socio-economic challenges and build a sustainable future together with a strong focus on technology at the service of society and its transitions.
Many common actions already exist between Institut Mines-Télécom and the members of the alliance EULiST so it is natural that the IMT has chosen to join EULiST to imagine and build a sustainable future together.
Leibniz University Hannover, National Technical University Athens, Brno University of Technology, Slovak University of Technology Bratislava, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Jönköping University, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Technische Universität Wien, Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, Institut Mines-Télécom