A bright and mostly sunny Stockholm welcomed more than 200 Unite! staff members and students for the Unite! Summer Community Event June 13-15. The event gathered members of the Erasmus+ Task Forces and the Horizon 2020 Work Packages and around 30 meetings were scheduled. In addition, a number of open seminars were arranged on different Unite!-related themes.
In connection with the TRUST industrial chair, Grenoble INP – Esisar, with the support of the Grenoble INP Foundation, offers scholarships to help international students in their study project in France.Adlane Hichem, a MISTRE Master's programme student, talks about his experience in Esisar and how the TRUST scholarship helped him.
The paper "Functional Devices from Bottom-Up Silicon Nanowires: A Review" has been published in Nanomaterials, as part of the special issue "Silica- and Silicon-Based Nanostructures" edited by Céline Ternon
From May 21 to 29, 2022, 17 third-year engineering students went to Italy and Slovenia as part of an international study trip organized by the student association Voyage 3A and with the support of the companies Nalco, MARE SPA and Norske Skog Golbey.
The paper "Atmospheric atomic layer deposition of SnO2 thin films with tin(ii) acetylacetonate and water" has been published in Dalton Transactions as part of the Spotlight Collection: Atomic and Molecular Layer Deposition
Using a material originally designed for power applications to conduct neural stimulation - this is the challenge of a project supported by the ANR (French National Research Agency) which brings together several laboratories and industrialists in Grenoble.
The article entitled "Magnetic phase diagram of (Mo2/3RE1/3)2AlC, RE = Tb and Dy, studied by magnetization, specific heat, and neutron diffraction analysis" has been published in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter.
Grenoble INP - UGA is once again in the French top 10 of the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject. This is an overall progression for the Institute of Engineering and Management since it appears 9 times in this ranking (4 times in 2021).
Opibus, a start-up founded in 2017 by Filip Gardler, as a Swedish student in Master of Science Energy Systems and Associated Markets at Grenoble INP – Ense³, UGA, with his classmates Filip Lövström and Mikael Gånge, students at Linköping University (Sweden), has been selected by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential companies in the world in 2022.
The Team Nanomaterials & Advanced Heterostructures (NanoMAT) in LMGP is growing : it has hired at the beginning of 2022 a new CNRS Research Scientist, Hanna Pazniak, who is an expert in the field of MXenes.
Unite! wants to pave the way for the excellence in research, innovation and education that is essential to meet the challenges of our time. Our Mission Statement 2030 embodies these commitments and is the result of a concerted effort by the entire Unite! community.
Each year, the Think Smartgrids Scientific Council rewards the most outstanding theses on smart grids. At its annual ceremony on 13 January, Think Smartgrids awarded the Smart Grids Thesis Prize to four young researchers.
The Executive Board of the EPE Association and the power electronics community have selected Seddik Bacha (University Professor at Université Grenoble Alpes) as the winner of the EPE 2021 Award for Outstanding Service.
Initially scheduled from 15 to 17 January, in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA), the TAPPI Student Summit took place remotely, due to health restrictions, from 19 to 20 February. The members of the TAPPI Student Chapter (Benjamin DEMONCY, Elise RUIZ, Charlotte EGEL and Florent RUBIO-CONTI), an association of Grenoble INP-Pagora student engineers linked to the Technical Association of the Pulp & Paper Industry (TAPPI), took part in the event from behind their screens, with a six-hour time difference.
The 5th Unite! Dialogue, “New Horizons”, took place on 8-10 March, hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The two new future partner universities - Graz University of Technology and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology - presented themselves to the alliance community and the Dialogue was the first event at which the Horizon 2020 project was fully represented.
An Industrial Chair between General Electric and the LEGI* is going to put the YALES2HYDRO turbulence simulation code, developed at the laboratory, to good use in designing new generations of hydro turbines that are better adapted to the current demands of the power grids.
Under the latest calls for project proposals from the Investments for the Future Programme, a budget of €12 million has been allocated to the French robotics community for the purchase of targeted equipment. Led by Nicolas Marchand, CNRS researcher at the GIPSA-Lab* and teacher at Grenoble INP - UGA, the TIRREX project was officially launched in December 2021 for an 8-year period, and has just obtained National Research Infrastructure certification from the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
On March 3rd and 4th 2022, more than 250 students from 38 European universities have gathered for the inaugural session of the European Student Assembly, whose main objective was to make students’ voices heard.
The adventure continues in Beijing for the Université Grenoble Alpes Olympic delegation. From 4 to 13 March 2022, five UGA students and young graduates will participate in the 13th edition of the Paralympic Winter Games.
Within the framework of Unite!4Future, students are asked to gather a team of students in Unite! universities, prepare a video with their vision of the university of the future, send it before the 15th of May and compete with other teams to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Grenoble!
The article entitled "Modulating the growth of chemically deposited ZnO nanowires and the formation of nitrogen- and hydrogen-related defects using the pH adjustment" has been published in Nanoscale Advances.
A new piece of equipment, the only of its kind in France, has just joined the GINOVA technological platform at the S.mart Grenoble Alps hub: a five-axis machining centre combining machining and manufacturing of metal additives.
As part of the EUC (European Universities Community) initiative, around twenty European students have co-written the Manifesto on the Future of Universities in Europe. This manifesto has been officially presented on January 25th this year to the French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
Fondation Grenoble INP launches Deep Red, a new Chair for industrial excellence, in partnership with LYNRED, a French specialist and global leader in infrared sensors. Jocelyn Chanussot, researcher at GIPSA-lab* and professor at Grenoble INP–UGA, holds this Chair.
This webinar organized by Grenoble INP – UGA on March 9th targets all Unite! students. Students will get to meet two French Foreign Trade Advisors, who will share their professional experience as entrepreneurs in the international environment.
Throughout the year, the European university Unite! offers short programs accessible to all its students in every partner university. It gives them the opportunity to discover new learning methods on different subjects, and strengthen their English skills in an international environment.
Grenoble INP - UGA, a founding member of the CLUSTER network, which has brought together 12 scientific and technological universities* for the past 30 years, will assume the presidency for the period 2020-2022. For this occasion, the Institute of Engineering and Management will host the CLUSTER general assembly on March 2 and 3. It is also organising two conferences, as part of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (PFUE)** and Grenoble European Green Capital, which will focus on the construction of Europe through alliances of European universities and the contribution of engineering to the challenges of climate change.
Bogdan is a double-degree MISTRE student, enrolled both in Grenoble INP – Esisar and his home university Politehnica University of Bucharest in Romania. He accepted to answer some questions about his experience in Esisar. Thank you Bogdan !
The joint laboratory between Altair Engineering and G2Elab was created in 2017 and is working on developing the Flux software suite. It has been used in industry to simulate electromagnetic fields and help design all kinds of electrical machines.
A new industrial excellence chair has been signed in the framework of the Grenoble INP Foundation. Dedicated to cellulose, the chair is held by Julien Bras, teacher at Grenoble INP – Pagora, UGA, and researcher at LGP2*.
Etienne Gheeraert, researcher at the Néel Institute and teacher at Polytech Grenoble – INP, UGA was presented with the Etoile de l’Europe prize by Frédérique Vidal, Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, on 2 December 2021, for the European project, GreenDiamond.
Unite! is pleased to welcome two new excellent partners to the alliance. They are Graz University of Technology (Austria) and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (Poland). Both partners share Unite!'s dynamic spirit and approach.
The article entitled "Unraveling the Resistive Switching Mechanisms in LaMnO3+delta-Based Memristive Devices by Operando Hard X-ray Photoemission Measurements" has been published in ACS Applied Electronic Materials.
The article entitled "Tuneable Polarity and Enhanced Piezoelectric Response of ZnO Thin Films Grown by Metal-Organic Chemical Vapour Deposition Through the Flow Rate Adjustment" has been published in Materials Advances.
In 2016, Grenoble INP - UGA created a dictionary to build and share a common language devoted to research transfer. Each term is defined, analyzed and illustrated to develop the culture of innovation. The English version of the DicoValo is now available!
Three students from Grenoble INP – Ense3, UGA, have launched a project to help decontaminate Nepal’s highest mountaintops. They have developed a unique solution for handling plastic waste and set off to test it in the field.
An offshoot of GIPSA-lab*, ASTRIIS has created a tool for automatic, continuous monitoring of gears and other rotating machinery. Testing of an initial prototype on a wind turbine has met with success.
On 3 November, the first European Unite! University Virtual Fair will take place for all students. This event will be run via a thematic room system on the interactive Spatial Chat platform to discover the training opportunities offered within the Unite! alliance.
Students interested to create their start-up can register, from the 18th October to the European competition organised by InnoEnergy to benefit from the Student Start-up Incubation services of EIT InnoEnergy, participate in the Business Booster 2022 and win a cash prize.
Unite! is organising an online hackathon which will take place from 22 to 26 November 2021 (5 to 7pm CET) via online Zoom meetings. It aims at getting together different groups of students of different partners’ universities to work on a collaborative project solution for the University of the Future. You have until November 15th to register and the winner will get to travel to the KTH Royal Institute of Technology Dialogue in March to present the results of the Hackathon.
Unite! for sustainable energy will be held on the 24th of September, from 10 to 11.30 (CET) in English. It will be a joint session interactive session, including students and researchers from each partner university.
Join us for this two-day 100% online event starting on Thursday, November 18, 2021, at 8 a.m. CET (UTC+1). If you work for a company outside France, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to connect with our engineering and business students and recent graduates! Get the word out about your student internship and student job opportunities and find top-notch candidates for your entry-level business and engineering positions
At Esisar, life paths are as numerous as students. English-speaking international students arriving in last year for the MISTRE master program come from all over the world. With their own cultural and educational background, they create a wonderful emulation in our school.
The paper "Exploring the effect of BN and B-N bridges on the photocatalytic performance of semiconductor heterojunctions: Enhancing carrier transfer mechanism" has been published in Applied Materials Today
The article entitled "Evidence of Piezoelectric Potential and Screening Effect in Single Highly Doped ZnO:Ga and ZnO:Al Nanowires by Advanced Scanning Probe Microscopy" has been published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
The paper "Open-Air, Low-Temperature Deposition of Phase Pure Cu2O Thin Films as Efficient Hole-Transporting Layers for Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells" has been published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
Last Wednesday, 3 February, the Think What Matters (TWM) collective, which includes 17 students from several schools, including Grenoble INP, UGA, INSA Lyon, UGA and Sciences Po Grenoble, got together to organise a new webinar covering the question: “In the future, what role should scientific research play in the ecological transition? ”. Mélanie Marcel, CEO of SoScience and responsible research and innovation expert, was invited as a guest for this debate. SoScience is an innovation platform that aims to shift the focus of scientific research towards society and the common good.
Eleven students, from Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA, the Pharmaceutical faculty, and the Chemistry and Biology faculty of Grenoble, represented the Grenoble - Alpes site at the MIT in Boston during the iGEM ("International Genetically Engineered Machine") world competition.
The second edition of the “Sustainable Electronics” workshop took place on the 5 and 12 February 2021, and brought together 55 students from Grenoble INP, UGA, and the Grenoble École de Management, as well as around ten expert speakers.
Élise Langagne is a 2nd-year student at Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA, Energy and nuclear engineering (GEN) course. She has just been awarded with the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant, presented by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Antoine Kuhnast, a student at Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA, has taken a year off to fully devote himself to his project. “In the industrial sector, communicating in a noisy environment while remaining safe is virtually impossible. ”. It is specifically this issue that drove Antoine to create his startup, SafeHear. Thanks to an innovative hearing protection solution, the product aims to preserve the auditory health of professionals that work in noisy environments!
Léon Guyard is a Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA 2020 graduate. He completed the Embedded electronic systems (SEI) course and is the co-founder of the Osiris Agriculture startup alongside Henri Desequelles and Rodolphe Cockenpot. All three are engineers and sons of farmers - they are passionate about agriculture and seek to contribute to this sector that has given them so much. “Farmers currently work 54 hours a week on average, and yet half of these operations are not profitable without subsidies.” The Osiris Agriculture startup aims to develop an autonomous robot capable of automating irrigation, fertilisation, weeding and crop protection.
A graduate of Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA, Materials science and engineering (SIM) course, and a doctoral student at 3SR*, Clara Aimar has just been awarded first place by the jury at the “My Thesis in 180 Seconds” (MT180) competition at the Alpes finals. She works alongside Décathlon on polymer foams for sports shoes.
“Ingénieurs Citoyens” and “Adelphie”, two student associations at Grenoble INP - UGA, organised the first gender equality week, which was held entirely online from 1 to 5 February 2021. A number of events were offered to the students, including a conference/round table discussion on the theme of “gender equality at work”. The guests for that afternoon included Céline Ternon, in charge of the “Gender Equality” mission at Grenoble INP - UGA, and vice-president of the Parité Science association, as well as Karine Froger and Delphine Marhic, both of whom are engineers at Renault.
On Monday, June 28, Grenoble INP – UGA, Institute of engineering and management has welcomed online in the E-learning platform called Chamilo, the international students who will be participating in the Ginsen Summer Schools 2021 Online Edition, which will last until Friday, July 9.
Last May, 11 students from Grenoble joined 60 others in the first ever Spring School, organised online by Politecnico di Torino, our Italian Unite! partner. Read on about this international event, focusing on the theme of tomorrow’s energy and listen to individual reactions from Grenoble-INP UGA participants.
Launched in March 2021 after incubation at SATT Linksium, the Lichens start-up uses a process from IMEP-LAHC to improve telephone network signal reception in buildings, without losing thermal insulation quality.This technology is a patented innovation of IMEP-LaHC
Pauline, Xavier, Yan and Dorian are all graduates of Grenoble INP - Génie industriel and met while working at Bombardier. Together with Benoît, who comes from the EPFL*, they launched Xarian, a supply chain consulting company. Created a few days before the health crisis, the start-up had to put its activity on hold during the first lockdown in March 2020. Its creators then imagined a second company that offers a software solution for operations management (supply chain, manufacturing, security), thus maintaining remote activity. We met Xavier Feltin (GI2010), one of the co-creators, to discuss this experience.
Antoine Largeron is in his 3rd year at Grenoble INP - Ense3, UGA, in the SICOM* programme, jointly performed with Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA. He is a skilled musician, and now enjoys the status of High Level Artist in sound engineering as a Digital Signal Processing engineer. He is currently carrying out his final year internship, and shares with us his scientific and artistic background which destined him for a career as a sound engineer.
The mogul skiing competition season is over. Time for Tom Jeannesson, a high-level sportsman and student in his third year at La Prépa des INP in Grenoble, to take stock. Having achieved 14th and 15th place at the World Championships, his results are very encouraging, as his goal was to be in the top 16 this season.
After obtaining his engineering degree from Grenoble INP - Pagora, Louis Vallat-Evrard began a thesis at the Laboratoire Génie des Procédés Papetiers (LGP2*) to study printed 2D micro-codes to combat counterfeiting.
Lucas Damalix and Céline Tarabbia, both top-level athletes at Grenoble INP – Ensimag UGA and Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA respectively, took part in the Challenge Riccione triathlon (Italy) on 8 May. Lucas came 1st and Céline 5th.
Last March, four students from the INP Group* - three from Grenoble INP – Ense,³ UGA and one from Toulouse INP – ENSAT - who met while studying at La Prépa des INP in Toulouse and at INP Grenoble, embarked on a four-month tour of European secondary schools to raise awareness about the challenges of energy and climate change among the “next generation”. As one of the aims of the itinerant project was to show that it is possible to travel and reduce carbon emissions at the same time, they travelled mainly by train and other modes of public transport.
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program was established by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education institutions to attract top foreign students to enroll in their masters and PhD programs.
Launched in March 2021 after incubation at SATT Linksium, the Lichens start-up uses a process from IMEP-LAHC* to improve telephone network signal reception in buildings, without losing thermal insulation quality.
Is there a connection between pollution and the spread of coronavirus within the population? It would seem so. At least, that is what is suggested by a recent study published by Italian researchers in collaboration with Giogrio Licciardi, a researcher at GIPSA-Lab*, and Jocelyn Chanussot, a professor at Grenoble INP - Ense3.
As a pioneering European university alliance, Unite! is aware of its social responsibilities to provide extensive accessibility to and fair opportunities within higher education, as well as its impact on the shaping of future leaders in a globalised society.
In mid-March 2021, a new generation of roof tile appeared on the shelves in certain DIY stores: Tuil’Up. Developed by the start-up Celloz with the scientific support of LGP2*, it offers a more environmentally-friendly alternative to the plastic, metal or asphalt products currently available on the market.
From June 28th to July 9th, 2021, Grenoble INP – UGA is organising its Ginsen Summer Schools 100% online, focused on “Micro and Nanotechnology” and “Smart Energy” with three of its schools: Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA, Grenoble INP - Ense3, UGA and Grenoble INP – Ensimag, UGA.
From March 8 to 10, Grenoble INP – UGA organized the 3rd Unite! Dialogue, bringing together online representatives, personnel and students from the 7 university partners of the Unite! European University*. This Dialogue was the 3rd after those in Aalto, Finland in February 2020 and in Lisbon, Portugal, in September 2020.
A graduate of Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA and a PhD student at 3SR*, Clara Aimar recently won first prize in the “My Thesis in 180 Seconds” competition during the Alps final. Her work focusses on polymer foams for sports shoes with Decathlon.
The article entitled "Effects of thermal annealing on the structural and electrical properties of ZnO thin films for boosting their piezoelectric response" has been published in Journal of Alloys and Compounds.
Having recently joined the Inria centre in Saclay, Mathieu Desbrun, a graduate of Grenoble INP - Ensimag, has been recognised by the Association for Computing Machinery for his contribution to computer science.
The article entitled "In situ ellipsometry monitoring of TiO2 atomic layer deposition from Tetrakis(dimethylamido)titanium(IV) and H2O precursors on Si and In0.53Ga0.47As substrates" has been published in Thin Solid Films.
Unite! convenes again for its big event, the Unite! Dialogue, from 8th to 10th March 2021. This regular meeting between the members of the alliance and key guests is a great opportunity to strengthen the links and foster further collaboration within the alliance.
Each year, the Think Smartgrids association rewards young researchers with an award for the quality of their work and their contributions to smart grids and the energy transition from a sustainable development perspective.
The startup Vulkam was launched from the Simap* laboratory and is a growing success story. Thanks to amorphous metals with unique properties, the startup can meet emerging industrial needs and open the door for smaller components.
Translocator is a detection system for emerging faults in electrical networks. After having won the Grid-Up prize in 2017, the technology, which was developed at GIPSA-Lab*, led to the creation of Altrans. The startup is now responsible for continuing the technology’s development through commercialization and operation.
The third instalment of the biggest Unite! internal event is approaching. Now, for the first time, the 3rd Unite! Dialogue Grenoble will open its doors to the public through a dedicated session on "European Values and Innovation".
To address the 2030 vision on the future of universities in the field of R&I in Europe by developing, in synergy with its educational dimension, an integrated, shared and long-term research and innovation (R&I) strategy: this is the aim of Unite.H2020 project, that has been launched by a kick off meeting among the 7 European partners universities of the Unite! European University Alliance.
" Development of a device for the treatment and electrical analysis of bacterial suspensions. Application to the study of the impact of weak alternating electric fields and the bioelectric effect on bacterial growth. "
The HANABi project is being implemented by the SIMAP* and LGP2** laboratoires. The goal is to combine the advantages of paper and ceramics in order to keep the best of both worlds and create an alternative to plastic packaging.
The UNITE! community has started a collaborative process in order to put in place a virtual Metacampus UNITE!. This is a challenging process that has to lead to early results in the medium term. The decision of the Alliance to start designing a common digital platform, is a turning point, and at the same time a challenge and an exciting starting path on which the community has enthusiastically engaged, as the need of such a tool is viewed as a key need for the visibility and growing of the concept of a European university.
The Academie des Sciences was missing from his collection of awards… But no longer! After the MIT Technology Review Innovators and the Innovative Environment Techniques prize in 2013, an IUF nomination in 2015, the Léon Brillouin SEE/IEEE prize in 2016, the prestigious ERC recognition in 2018, and finally, the International MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award in 2019, Etienne Perret just received the IMT Espoir Prize from the Academie des Sciences. Etienne is currently an associate professor at Grenoble INP-Esisar, UGA, and head of the ORSYS team at the System Design and Integration lab (Grenoble INP/UGA).
After having received the MIT Technology Review Innovators award and the Innovative techniques for Environment award in 2013, the Léon Brillouin SEE/IEEE award in 2016 and the prestigious ERC award in 2018 and then the MTT-S Oustanding Young Engineer Award in 2019, Etienne Perret has received a new award from the Science Academy and the Telecom Institute in France with the Young researcher award.
One year ago, UNITE! was selected as one of the 17 European University Alliances to pilot an entirely new concept of the European Commission towards the European Education Area of the future. Born as an Erasmus+ project, and later receiving additional funding by the H2020 framework programme, these pilot projects are laying the foundations of a solid structure that will enable the full potential of UNITE! as a European University Alliance.
The MIAI Institute offers short teaching cycles in which courses, coordinated by MIAI, are given over a limited period of time, specifically aimed at people from the socio-economic world. Transversal to existing accredited degrees, these IA courses are open to candidates of all disciplines.
The GIANT International Internship Programme (GIIP) facilitates internships for non-European students in the summer (May-July; 3 months) and or autumn (September-December) in labs located on the GIANT innovation campus. GIANT provides support for administrative and logistical matters, and organises scientific and cultural activities after lab hours.
The paper "Optimization of GOPS-Based Functionalization Process and Impact of Aptamer Grafting on the Si Nanonet FET Electrical Properties as First Steps towards Thrombin Electrical Detection " has been published in Nanomaterials
Development of the differential method associated with the Fast Fourier Factorization for the modelization of photonic device: from complex optical diffraction grating to guided integrated optic structure
Ever dream about an electrical, self-amplified guitar that’s easy to carry? The Slite by Reveho is the new project launched by three recent graduates of Grenoble INP - Phelma, UGA. Their new startup, Reveho, launched a Kickstarter campaign on Sept. 9 in order to commercialize the first models.
10,000 startups to change the world, Leyton sustainable startup challenge, i-Lab… The Grenoble startup, BeFC, has been sweeping up startup prizes across the board! The startup’s success comes as no surprise, however. With its miniature, durable and sustainable device for energy production, the startup is expected to revolutionize the world of electronics. Its innovative solution has opened the door to a colossal new market.
Following a 20 month break to upgrade its systems, the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) was rebooted on Tuesday, August 25. With performances 100 times higher than the old system, the ESRF is now the world’s most powerful x-ray source. And what will this powerful x-ray source be used for? The field of fuel cell research offers a recent example. In addition, the sector will benefit from government support thanks to a plan presented on September 8.
A year after its start, UNITE! is awarded an additional 2 million Euro funding from the EU – under the Horizon 2020 “Science with and for Society” call – in order to boost the Research and Innovation dimension of the European Universities.
Ranked 19 times in the top 100, including 6 times in the top 50 of the 2020 Global Rankings of Academic Subjects of the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) and 1st French university in 7 subjects, Université Grenoble Alpes is one of the leading French universities.
UGA's university clustering strategy is bearing fruit in the Shanghai 2020 thematic ranking, which for the first time recognizes this type of institution. UGA is ranked first in France in 7 disciplines, 4 of which are largely supported by Grenoble INP, an engineering and management institute, and is included in 18 out of 22 engineering themes.
Committed to a quality process for welcoming international students, Université Grenoble Alpes was awarded the "Bienvenue en France 2 étoiles" label at the end of May 2020, a label issued by Campus France and validated by an independent commission.
The paper "Epitaxial TiO2 Shell Grown by Atomic Layer Deposition on ZnO Nanowires Using a Double-Step Process and Its Beneficial Passivation Effect" has been published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
The paper "Morphology Transition of ZnO from Thin Film to Nanowires on Silicon and its Correlated Enhanced Zinc Polarity Uniformity and Piezoelectric Responses" has been published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
Technological universities have been key to face the Covid-19 crisis and provide solutions for the new challenges that have emerged. The University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering (UNITE!), which gathers 7 prestigious European universities, allows direct knowledge and technology transfer in order to face the challenges more efficiently and with long-lasting effects.
Grenoble IAE-Graduate School of Management, a Grenoble INP school- UGA, has been awarded the international EPAS* accreditation for its Management degree. This international accreditation awarded by the EFMD** marks an important milestone in the internationalization work undertaken by the school over the past few years.
The Covid-19 crisis has turned many industrial and logistics organizations upside down. The primary focus on profitability has been replaced by the need to ensure the health of workers while maintaining sufficient activity to meet demand and preserve the business.
A French deputy, Paula Forteza, who is a specialist of digital subjects, recently submitted a report suggesting the creation of three hubs for quantum computing in Paris, Saclay and Grenoble. A proposal that sits well with the Grenoble CDP* Quantum Engineering, which has been working for the past three years to coordinate local actors.
Since March 17th, students and staff at Grenoble INP have been working from home. John Kenwright, an English teacher at Grenoble INP – Pagora and a member of PerForm*, shares with us his experience with teaching online and the current Covid crisis.
A team of researchers from Grenoble and Canada demonstrated for the first time that a speaker is able to identify the vowel being pronounced simply thanks to somatosensory feedback based on tongue shape and position.
The 3D printing skills and tools available at the S.mart Grenoble Alpes cluster (previously AIP Primeca Dauphiné-Savoie, and a Grenoble INP industrial engineering partner) have been put to good use to help medical efforts and support healthcare professionals during this crisis.
After coming in the Top 50 in 6 disciplines in the rankings by academic subject, Univ. Grenoble Alpes goes one step beyond, entering the Shanghai Global Ranking’s Top 150 best world universities, published on 15 August, 2019.
Due to the rapidly evolving global health situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) , and with the highest health considerations for all, we regret to inform you that our Ginsen Summer Schools 2020 are officially cancelled.We sincerely apologize for the trouble we may have caused, we look forward to welcoming you to the Ginsen Summer School next year!
Researchers at LGP2* recently developed an interactive paper material that reacts to one’s touch or breath and can record and transfer data thanks to an integrated electronic circuit. This innovative paper can even light up.
It si planned to have on Thursday November 26th a scientific day centered on the PhD and PDF in progress in the labex CEMAM.This day is open to all labex CEMAM laboratory staff (permanent and non-permanent) as well as external members (industry, other academics) associated with the labex activities
Following Catherine Picart’s award, it is Guillaume Balarac’s turn to be recognized by the Academy of Sciences. The researcher recently received the Espoir Institut Mines Telecom prize from the Academy of Sciences, which rewards a scientist under the age of 40 for a major innovation that supports a sustainable economy in business or industry.
After receiving a CNRS medal in 2016, Catherine Picart was rewarded by the Academy of Sciences for her research work. Catherine Picart is a professor at Grenoble INP - Phelma and a researcher at LMGP (UMR-CNRS, Grenoble INP). As of September 1st, she has been on provisional assignment as head of the IRIG Health Department (Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Grenoble). Catherine Picart is an internationally recognized expert on biomaterials, bioactive surfaces and their applications.
After coordinating the European project H2020 NEREID (2015-2018) dedicated to the European Nanoelectronics Roadmap, Francis Balestra, Director of Research at the CNRS, Deputy Vice President of Grenoble INP in charge of Europe, and member of the Governing Board of the European Sinano Institute, coordinates the European activities of the International Roadmap IRDS (InternationalRoadmap for Devices and Systems).
The institutions of the new University Grenoble Alpes that is going to be created on 1st January 2020 are engaging in the process of obtaining the label for their strategies by following the European procedure called HRS4R (Human Resources Strategy for Researchers).
From November 6th to November 9th, 2019, for the third year in a row, Grenoble INP - Esisar will host the European final of the largest academic cyber security competition in the world: the Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW); in partnership with New York University, NYU Abu Dhabi and the Indian Institute of Technology.
8 engineering students from Grenoble INP, institute of engineering (6 from Genie Industriel and 2 from Ensimag) participated at the Summer Camp on Technology and Culture, which took place from July 8th to July 19th 2019 in India. This is one of the actions planned as part of IDEX INDDEP project to develop international relationships with India, building on our partnership with Amrita University.
The paper "Electrical Properties of Low-Temperature Processed Sn-Doped In2O3 Thin Films: The Role of Microstructure and Oxygen Content and the Potential of Defect Modulation Doping" has been published in Materials
Ginsen summer school (for “Grenoble International Smart Engineering”) has ended after 5 intense weeks, rich in scientific courses, humanities classes and cultural activities. From June 11 to July 12, Grenoble INP welcomed 28 students from Nigeria, Hong Kong, South Korea, the USA, Australia, India, and the UK.
Univ. Grenoble Alpes in the international Top 50 in 6 subjects, and places itself among the best French universities, coming in 1st place in 7 disciplines in the French rankings 2019 published on 26th June.
Energy, micro and nano-technologies, information technology, innovative materials, biomedical engineering, the environment and sustainable development - Phelma intends to meet the major issues facing society.
Grenoble INP Institute of Engineering Univ. Grenoble Alpes has been awarded on Wednesday June 26th, the title of “European University” by the EU Commission for the project UNITE! (University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering), together with six other European universities.
Journée scientifique consacrée à la présentation des travaux en cours. Cette journée s'adresse à toutes les équipes des labos du labex CEMAM et aux extérieurs impliqués dans les thèses CEMAM en cours. (Le programme est en cours de réalisation)
The yearly 2-week Energy PhD School will take place at Shanghai Jiaotong University (SJTU) and Zhejiang University (ZJU) in Hangzhou between 12 and 25 August 2019. The theme of the PhD school this year is “Affordable Energy Transition: technological solutions and socio-economic constraints”.
From November 6th to November 9th, 2019, for the third year in a row, Grenoble INP - Esisar will host the European final of the largest academic cyber security competition in the world: the Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW); in partnership with New York University, NYU Abu Dhabi and the Indian Institute of Technology.
Veuillez trouver en pièce jointe le programme scientifique dédié à la présentation des activités du labex CEMAM (bilan et perspectives).Cette présentation aura lieu le 11 juillet à l'amphi Jean Besson ( Phelma Campus).Nous vous remercions de diffuser cette information auprès de vos doctorants et post-doctorants
The "MIAI Grenoble Alpes" project to host an interdisciplinary artificial intelligence institute (3IA) was approved on Wednesday 24th April by the French State with a budget of 18.5 million Euros per year over 4 years.
On December 6th 2018, the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) announced the winner of a pan-European competition on the Added Value Manufacturing call: “EIT Manufacturing”. Knowledge and Innovation Community “EIT Manufacturing” is the third EIT in which Grenoble INP is involved as a core partner, after EIT InnoEnergy selected in 2010 and EIT Raw Materials in 2014.
The Grenoble University Space Center (CSUG) organizes a scientific and industrial workshop during the Grenoble NewSpace Week from Tuesday 14 until Friday 17 May 2019. This will be the second edition of a series of workshops that started with the successful 2016 workshop on The Future of Nanosatellites. The final day of the workshop is dedicated to Climate and Earth Observation. The main Friday program is organized together with the French National Space-borne Remote Sensing Program (Programme National de Télédétection Spatiale, PNTS), co-financed by CNES, CNRS INSU, IGN, IRD, and Météo-France..
"Don’t work as a team, work as a community! Individuals with a wide range of skill sets, with no hierarchy, no rigid organisational structure and no explicit duties, constantly talking and sharing ideas"...
The application deadline for the two summer schools organized by Grenoble INP in Micro and Nanotechnology and in Smart Energy is extended and will now end on March 22. New applications will no longer be considered after this date.
In the 2019 ranking of Engineering Schools published on 7 February by L'Usine Nouvelle magazine, Grenoble INP confirms its excellent position in research, with 3 of its schools present among the top 10 on this criterion.
The paper "First evidence of superiority of Si nanonet field effect transistors over multi-parallel Si nanowire ones in view of electrical DNA hybridization detection" has been published in Materials Research Express
The Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes (ComUE UGA), the Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA), Grenoble Institute of Technology (INP), Sciences Po Grenoble and the Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble (ENSAG) reaffirm their commitment to international students, and to the values of openness and exchange.
Grenoble INP reinventes its summer school for the 2019 session, and presents Ginsen: Grenoble international smart engineering summer school. One summer school with two options, based on Grenoble INP Institute of engineering expertise in two scientific fields: Nanotechnology and Smart Energy.
On Monday 22nd of October, Charles Elachi, an alumni of Grenoble INP, received the gold medal of the city of Grenoble in honor of his career as a scientist and protagonist of space exploration. Charles Elachi came to Grenoble for his studies after being designated best scientific student of Lebanon in 1963.
The issue of polarity in well-ordered ZnO nanowires, and their related heterostructures for optoelectronic applications/ Problématique de la polarité dans les nanofils de ZnO localisés, et hétérostructures reliées pour l’opto-électronique
On Tuesday, September 13th a special event was held to welcome the new students for their first day at Grenoble INP. This 2018 edition was different: a new configuration, a new place and an open invitation for all co-workers to participate in this major event for the university.
The "My Alpes IsHere" is a video contest for foreign students attending university or grande école in Isère.As true ambassadors of the area, students are invited to share a positive tourist experience and make others want to do the same by creating a video.
The paper "Unveiling the Outstanding Oxygen Mass Transport Properties of Mn-Rich Perovskites in Grain Boundary-Dominated La0.8Sr0.2(Mn1–xCox)0.85O3±δ Nanostructures" has been published in Chemistry of Materials.
1st international Workshop on "Electrical detection of molecules using 0D, 1D, and 2D semi-conducting nanomaterials : Application to Health, Environment and Security"November 6-7, 2018 in Grenoble, FranceMore information in the attached Second Call for papers and on the workshop Website :https://nano2sense.sciencesconf.org/
Global Shanghai Ranking for Academic Subjects 2018: Univ. Grenoble Alpes is the no. 1 French university in 11 subjects, and internationally takes 10th place in Geography, 12th in Remote Sensing, 18th in Earth Sciences and 31st in Computer Sciences & Engineering.
Grenoble welcomed from June 6 to 9, 2018, the 14th edition of the BRAFITEC (BRAsil France Engineers TEChnologie) Forum, annual gathering of all institutions taking part in the eponym Franco-Brazilian cooperation programme. Organised by Grenoble and Savoie academic actors related to engineering*, under the leadership of Grenoble INP Institute of engineering Univ. Grenoble Alpes, this forum was the occasion, for project leaders and partners institutions of the BRAFITEC program, to discuss last year’s results, work on current and/or upcoming projects and exchange around conferences and workshops.
The paper "Stability enhancement of silver nanowire networks with conformal ZnO coatings deposited by atmospheric pressure spatial atomic layer deposition" has been published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
La communauté RAFAM (Rhône‐Alpes Fabrication Additive Métallique) initiée par le Pôle de compétitivité ViaMéca, organise une journée consacrée à la Fabrication additive métallique, le 23 mai 2018 à Grenoble.
The paper "Oxidation of copper nanowire based transparent electrodes in ambient conditions and their stabilization by encapsulation: application to transparent film heaters" has been published in Nanotechnology
The paper "Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition (SALD), an emerging tool for energy materials. Application to new-generation photovoltaic devices and transparent conductive materials" has been published in Comptes Rendus Physique
The 14th annual New York University Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) games – already the world’s largest and most comprehensive set of student-led security challenges – closed on Monday, November 13, in the last of five countries hosting the event, setting records and surprises.
Stéphane Grosso soutiendra sa thèse le vendredi 17 Novembre 2017 à 10h00 dans l’amphi Jean Besson, 351 rue de la piscine, bâtiment PHELMA, 38400 Saint-Martin-d'Hères.« Revêtements architecturés de Ti, TiN et TiOx élaborés par pulvérisation cathodique au défilé sur des fils en acier inoxydable : relation entre la composition chimique, la microstructure et les propriétés d'usage »Sous la direction de M. Mantel, G. Berthomé et L. Latu-Romain
Edouard Chauvet soutiendra sa thèse le lundi 20 novembre 2017 à 14hdans l'amphithéâtre Jean Besson, 351 rue de la Chimie, bâtiment PHELMA, 38400 Saint-Martin-d'Hères.Titre de la thèse :"Mise en œuvre de superalliages base Nickel par Electron Beam Melting"
The paper "Biomaterial-enabled delivery of SDF-1α at the ventral side of breast cancer cells reveals a crosstalk between cell receptors to promote the invasive phenotype" has been published in Biomaterials
The paper "Matchout deuterium labelling of proteins for small-angle neutron scattering studies using prokaryotic and eukaryotic expression systems and high cell-density cultures" has been published in Eur Biophys Journal
Grenoble INP International Relations departments had the pleasure of hosting 2 observers from Peradeniya University (Sri Lanka) during 3 month this year, within the frame of the AREAS project. Their goal was to observe the International Relations department's management and daily life, as they are to implement a similar office in Peradeniya University.
On july 3, Grenoble INP institute of engineering Univ. Grenoble Alpes has welcomed an important delegation from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore (NTU), Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI).
Grenoble INP – Génie industriel (Industrial Engineering and Management) school, Grenoble INP GI Junior Enterprise and G-SCOP hosted last week in Grenoble a special event within the frame of the CLUSTER IEM meeting.
In May 2017, Reuters published the results of its report called « The 100 most innovative universities in Europe 2017 ». Grenoble INP institute of engineering and Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA), ranking 31st and 43rd, are definitively positionning Univ. Grenoble Alpes in the most innovative universities in Europe (Top 50) thanks to excellence research jointly conducted with research organisms.
Grenoble INP institute of engineering Univ. Grenoble Alpes will host this year's Summer School in Micro and Nanotechnologies from June 12 to July 13, welcoming 20 students from 9 countries (India, Hong Kong, Spain, Australia, China, Indonesia, Colombia, Canada and SIngapour).
La présentation de l’Etude sur la Valorisation de la Recherche sur les Matériaux Architecturés, pilotée par Linksium dans le cadre d’une action FNV en partenariat avec Grenoble-INP, le CNRS, l’UGA et l’USMB se tiendra le vendredi 23 juin à 10h30 à Phelma Campus.
The paper "Benefits and limitations of Pt nanoparticles supported on highlyporous antimony-doped tin dioxide aerogel as alternative cathodematerial for proton-exchange membrane fuel cells" has been published in Applied Catalysis B: Environmental
Phelma proposes a new formation of Master degree in the field as of innovating materials and of the durable economy: AMIS (Advanced Materials for Innovation and Sustainability). This program dedicated to the innovations in advanced materials and their integration in a durable economy, is centered on critical materials, their substitution and the optimization of their performances. All these topics are central themes of the institute European of Technologies (EIT) which labeled the project.
Romain Parize soutiendra sa thèse, intitulée "Architectures Radiales à Base de Nanofils de ZnO pour Applications Photovoltaïques" et développée dans le cadre du Labex CEMAM (LMGP, SIMaP, LEPMI-MOPS), le vendredi 19 mai à 14h dans l'amphithéâtre M001 au rez-de chaussée du bâtiment Phelma.
Sabrina Fadloun, grande gagnante de la finale grenobloise du concours MT180, est doctorante en 2e année au laboratoire SIMaP (Science et Ingénierie des Matériaux et Procédés – CNRS / Grenoble INP / UGA) et au CEA-Léti (Laboratoire d'électronique et de technologie de l'information), inscrite à l’école doctorale I-MEP2 (Ingénierie - Matériaux, Mécanique, Environnement, Energétique, Procédés, Production).
On March 25, 2017, Grenoble Institute of Technology’s athlete student Cléa Martinez (Ensimag School) became speed skiing world champion. Her path as engineer and high level athlete is supported by Grenoble Institute of Technology Foundation.
U-Multirank ranking has been released on March, 30, 2017. This worldwide ranking of higher education institutions managed by the European Union ranks this year 1 497 institutions from 99 countries, according to 35 criteria organized in 5 groups and rated on a scale from 1 (very good) to 5 (weak) : teaching, research, knowledge transfer, international orientation and regional implication.
The paper "Tuning the properties of F:SnO2 (FTO) nanocomposites with S:TiO2 nanoparticles – promising hazy transparent electrodes for photovoltaics applications" has been published in Journal of Materials Chemistry C
David MUÑOZ-ROJAS a le plaisir de vous inviter à sa soutenance HDR qui aura lieu le lundi 16 décembre 9H30 - Salle Z103 - Bâtiment Z - PHELMAà Grenoble INP - Phelma3 parvis Louis Néel - 38000 GrenobleAccès : TRAM B arrêt Cité internationaleFree entrance - No registration
Charles THOUMYRE a le plaisir de vous inviter à sa soutenance de thèse qui aura lieu le lundi 12 décembre à 14h00 dans l'amphithéâtre Jean Besson (bâtiment PHELMA CAMPUS, 1130 rue de la Piscine - 38402 SAINT MARTIN D'HERES).Ses travaux de thèse portent sur l'Optimisation de structures Architecturées pour la captation, le stockage et la restitution d'énergie thermique et ont été financés par le labex CEMAM.
Ozden Celikbileka a le plaisir de vous inviter a sa soutenance de thèse qui se déroulera le vendredi 9 décembre a 14h dans l’amphithéâtre Jean Besson (Phelma campus). La soutenance sera suivie d'un pot en salle C012.
Sebastien PINSON a le plaisir de vous inviter à sa soutenance de thèse qui aura lieu le vendredi 9 décembre à 10h15 dans la salle C06 du site Ampère.Ces travaux de recherche ont été préparés au sein du groupe GPM2 dans le laboratoire SIMaP sous la direction de Rémy Dendievel.La soutenance sera suivie d'un pot.En espérant vous voir nombreux !
For the second year running, Grenoble INP - Esisar has welcomed a delegation of Algerian university lecturers and researchers, in the framework of the Réseau Mixte des Ecoles (RME) cooperation program.
———————————————————————Séminaire de Jean-Claude AndréLRGP – UMR 7274 CNRS-UL, 1, rue Grandville - F54000 NancySplendeur et décadence du bio-printing ou les misères de la convergence I-P-C-B (ingénierie, physique, chimie, biologie)Vendredi 25 novembre 2016 à 14h00Amphithéâtre Central du bâtiment Jean RogetUFR de Médecine et de Pharmacie de Grenoble(Plan d’accès en pièce jointe)
On November 10-12 2016, a team of four students and their coach David Hély, associate professor in Esisar, went to Brooklyn to compete in the final round of the annual Embedded Security Challenge organized for the NYU Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW).
The next stop of your caffeinated journey this year will be South Korea, on Wednesday, November 9: an obvious break in THE coffee flagship city, Seoul, which has more Starbucks than any other city in the world, including New York!
Les protéines ERM, une interaction entre la membrane cellulaire et le cytosquelette: une approche biomimétique/ERM proteins a link between the cellular membrane and the cytoskeleton: a biomimetic approach
Eleven students from Esisar in the bus on October, 13th, ready for a trip to Lyon. The aim? Getting to Place Bellecour for the International Welcome Day organized by the Agera (Alliance des Grandes Ecoles in the Rhône-Alpes), as every year since 2000.
Once again, Grenoble was ranked as the best French city for university studies ahead of Rennes and Toulouse (the last time was in 2013). As explained by the magazine L’Etudiant when the ranking was published on September 7th: “The capital of the Dauphiné region has everything needed to attract students. It’s not surprising the city has been in the top three of our ranking for the past ten years!”
Mari-Ann Einarsrud est professeur à la Norvegian University of Science and Technology, department of Materials science and Engineering, Trondheim, Norvège. Elle est spécialiste en synthèse et caractérisation de matériaux inorganiques nanostructurés (aérogels de silice, matériaux ferroélastiques, électrodes de SOFC). Depuis 2014, elle co-dirige un groupe d'environ 50 personnes Inorganic Materials and Ceramic Research Group à l'université de Trondheim.
The paper "Benefits and limitations of Pt nanoparticles supported on highly porous antimony-doped tin dioxide aerogel as alternative cathode material for proton-exchange membrane fuel cells" has been published in Applied Catalysis B: Environmental
Étude du procédé de croissance en solution à haute température pour le développement de substrats de 4H-SiC fortement dopes/ Study of a high temperature solution growth process for the development of heavily doped 4H-SiC substrates
On June 14th, Times Higher Education World University Rankings and Reuters, published its first Top 100: Europe's Most Innovative Universities ranking. Two universities in the Grenoble ecosystem were ranked among the top 50 most innovative European universities. The Grenoble Alpes University was ranked 35 and Grenoble Institute of Technology ranked 39.
The poster entitled “Evaluation of the Mass Transport Properties of La0.8Sr0.2MnO3+d nanostructures by Finite Element Method Simulations" was presented at Symposium D durin the E-MRS in May 2016 and has obtained the 2nd price dedicated to poster presentations.
In the framework of the English Week, a visit of Valrhona chocolate factory has been organized for our invited professors and our international students to discover our region and exchange together, on May, 27th.
Pr. Sophie Duquesne from ENCL (http://umet.univ-lille1.fr/detailscomplets.php?id=49) will host a seminar on the topic : "Intumescence : a versatile solution for the fire retardancy and fire protection of materials". On Wednesday, april 6, 2016 - IUT Chambéry - Campus de Savoie Technolac - Le Bourget-du-Lac
Unmissable annual meeting for the laboratory , the days of LEPMI 2015 were again an opportunity to bring all staff of Grenoble and Chambery for intense scientific exchanges, but also convivial moments of relaxation.
Dr. Pascale HUSSON, Blaise Pascal University - Institut of Chemistry (Clermont-Ferrand), will host a seminar on : "Ionic liquid eutectic solvents : Physical Chemistry of promising solvents". 23 mars 2016.
Takashi TERANISHI, Assistant Professor - Faculty of Engineering - Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology (Okayama University) will host a seminar on :"Development of lithium ion batteries with ultrahigh rate capability : Effect on dielectric polarization of ferroelectric nanoparticles incorporated to optimize Li ion mobility".25 mars 2016.
The paper "Critical behavior near the ferromagnetic–paramagnetic phase transition temperature of Pr0.67Ba0.33Mn1−xFexO3 (x=0 and 0.05) manganite" has been published in Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
The paper "Qualification of a sublimation tool applied to the case of metalorganic chemical vapor deposition of In2O3 from In(tmhd)3 as a solid precursor" has been published in Review of Scientific Instruments
SIMaP was created in 2007 from association of three former laboratories of the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Recearch), Grenoble-INP (group of graduate engineering schools) and University of Grenoble-Alpes.
Romania through their eyes: Stefan, Romanian exchange student at Esisar and Georges, graduated student from the University Polytehnica of Bucharest, will share with you their experiences. Proceed to gate B042 for boarding on Wednesday, 3, February, at 12:30!
The exhibition "Foreign Windows", organized by the Inter'Val association (in room A024), comes to an end. Inter'Val proposes a friendly moment to celebrate the exhibition’s end on Wednesday, January 27 at 12:30 pm in room A006.
The international QS World University Rankings by Faculty® - Engineering & Technology 2015/2016 has been published. Grenoble INP, 199th in the world ranking with a score of 68.1 points, comes in 4th place for France, behind Ecole polytechnique (81st with 76.3 points), Centrale Paris (153rd with 70.8 points) and Pierre and Marie Curie University (186th with 69.1 points). The UJF comes in the 5th position with 66 points and comes 228th in the world ranking, followed by Mines ParisTech and INSA of Lyon.
On 16 October 2015, the European Research Council (ERC) announced the list of the 44 winners selected during the second round of the "Proof of Concept 2015" call for proposals. Catherine Picart, a professor at Grenoble INP - Phelma and a researcher at the LMGP laboratory, is one of the 2 winners hosted by French institutions for this funding.
The TiO2 nanoflowers grown by Sayari Biswas, Erasmus Mundus doctoral student from Indian School of Mines (ISM) working at Laboratoire des matériaux et génie physique (LMGP) in Grenoble have been selected by Nanoart contest.
James Crowley is professor at Grenoble INP -Ensimag and researcher at Inria, He works for innovation and experimentation with human-centered services based on the use of large-scale deployment of interconnected digital devices capable of perception, action, interaction and communication.
This short Workshop based on the concepts developed in the Gordon Conferences of combining clear overviews of atopic and lively and challenging debate is organised by SF2M on the topic of “Mapping the Future of MaterialsScience”. It is important to attempt to map the Future of Materials Science from both a pedagogical viewpoint andfrom the viewpoint of developing clear synthesis of how the various crucial aspects of materials science are related.
In connection with the first energy transition awards (trophées de la transition énergétique), organised on the 19th May 2015 in Paris by the Usine nouvelle magazine, HydroQuest received the Grand Prize of the jury from the chairman, Louis Schweitzer, the general commissioner of investment. Amazon, its vertical axis river turbine won the “jury’s favourite” prize.
The conference will include 22 parallel symposia, one plenary session, one exhibition and much more. The Symposium G will cover both transparent, electrically conductive materials (TCM) based on traditional conductive oxides such as ITO, AZO or FTO and emerging TCMs based on graphene, carbon nanotubes, metallic nanowire networks, metallic grids, and composites.
The dancer , who was in the premises of Grimage , platform common virtual reality and Inria Grenoble INP Montbonnot was accompanied by musicians in Spain, Poland and Lithuania. Evolving in a monochrome room, his body and his movements were captured by cameras whose images were used to reconstruct a 3D model of the artist in real time.
The French Society of Operations Research and Decision Support ( ROADEF ) offers both years ROADEF / EURO challenge in partnership with an industrial to a problem of operational research. Dozens of teams of researchers , industrialists and students in operations research from around the world participate in this event each time.
The qualifying result : Link to the site for the finals of the international challenge of Operational Research EURO / ROADEF proposed by the SNCF in 2014 was announced during the gala dinner of the conference ROADEF 2014 set in the beautiful palace of the purse Bordeaux. Last November, students of Grenoble had won the sprint , the first step of this challenge.
G-SCOP is a multidisciplinary laboratory which has been created to meet the scientific challenges imposed by the ongoing changes within the industrial world. The scope of the laboratory goes from the products conception to the production systems management and is based on strong skills in optimisation.
The new Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) installed at the Common Technological Resources Consortium (CMTC), was inaugurated on Monday 19 January in the presence of Yves Bréchet, Director of the Laboratory of Excellence, CEMAM, and its supervisory authorities.There were about 150 people in the Besson amphitheatre of the Phelma Campus to have answered the invitation of CEMAM’s director to inaugurate the brand new TEM-FEG. This item of equipment was purchased by the Labex CEMAM* in partnership with the Observatoire des Sciences de l’Univers de Grenoble (OSUG), the Institut Carnot Energie du Futur and the company NanoMEGAS, specialised in scientific instrumentation. “The TEM is everything but a dead piece of equipment,” emphasised Yves Bréchet in his opening speech. “On the contrary, it’s an instrument that’s used to build tools that allow us to control materials.” Given that the CEMAM’s role is to design, produce and characterise “hybrid materials” in which it is necessary to master the microstructures
Hydroelectricity is not the ageing science that people think it is. Nowadays, hydroelectric machines are high-technology objects that have to satisfy increasingly stringent flexibility, performance and endurance criteria.
Clément Jany, a young doctor who did his PhD in Optics and Radiofrequencies (OR) at Minatec, CEA Leti, under the supervision of Philippe Ferrari from the IMEP-LAHC laboratory, won the award for the best article during the European Microwawe week that was held in Rome (Italy) from 5 to 10 October and which brought together approximately 1,400 attendees from across the globe. This is the second largest international conference on this subject, following the yearly conference held in the United States.
US News and World Report, the American magazine, has published its best global universities rankings for the first time. This ranking is composed of 21 subject areas and an overall ranking of the world’s best 500 universities by continent and by country.
Prof. David A Shiraldi (Chair of Department of Macromolecular Science & Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA, Associate Director for Education & Diversity, NSF Center for Layered Polymeric Systems (CLiPS))
True to the tradition of Jacques Cartier Interviews this 27th edition will include 27 symposia reflecting the six world of Jacques Cartier Centre : scientific , technological, economic , social, cultural and political .
Grenoble INP was awarded a prize at the Ingénieuses’14 ceremony attended by Geneviève Fioraso, Secretary of State for Higher education and Research held on June 12 in Paris, France. The ceremony was chaired by Christian Lerminiaux, President of the CDEFI, and sponsored by Marie-Sophie Pawlak, President of the Elles bougent association.
Renaud Bouchet, professor at Grenoble INP – Phelma and researcher in the LEPMI (Laboratory of Electrochemistry, Physics and Chemistry of Materials and Interfaces), has just been granted the EDF Pulse Award in the Science category.
This € 1.5 million agreement is geared towards the study of civil engineering structures and their behaviour. The holder of this chair, Frédéric Dufour, heads the Training/research links at Ense3 and is the deputy head of the 3SR (Soils, Solids, Structures - Risks) laboratory.
For the second year in a row, Grenoble INP has placed second in the general L'Usine Nouvelle ranking with 84.4 points out of 100, preceded only by Polytechnique and retains 1st place for research. This is the third time that the group has been ranked second of French engineering schools by L'Usine Nouvelle.
On 11 March 2014, the results of "iCapitale" (competition for the European capital of innovation launched by the European Commission in September 2013) were published. Grenoble was selected second most innovative city in Europe behind Barcelona.
Once again, Grenoble INP stands out amongst the world’s top universities in the Materials Sciences, "Engineering - Electrical & Electronic" and "Engineering – Mechanical" subject areas for the QS World University Rankings 2014.
For the third consecutive year, a group of students from Grenoble INP - Esisar took part in the CSAW (Cyber Security Awareness Week) organised by Poly NYU which was held from 14 to 16 November 2013. The team won 4th place.
The Centre Asiatique de Recherche sur l’Eau (Asian centre for water research) was inaugurated on 19 November 2013 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, at the second conference of the RESCIF presidents. The Network of Excellence in Engineering Sciences of the French-speaking Community (RESCIF) was created in 2010 and implements innovative targeted and long-lasting cooperation between 14 technological universities with the goal of addressing some of the major challenges of emerging and developing countries.
Grenoble INP - Alumni carries out concrete actions in favour of creating businesses and providing mutual assistance between members of the network. It is within this scope that the association has joined forces with experts to create a business angels funds in partnership with GEM Graduate Network (ESC Grenoble).
The seminars are open and should foster discussions between several research teams. It will be followed by a second half day meeting devoted to the more "traditional" transparent conductive oxides (TCO). it is scheduled during the 12th of december, 2013 afternoon. Detailed program will be given soon.
The ERC funds 60 innovative projects to bring 'blue sky' research towards market in its Proof of Concept (PoC) funding scheme. Among the selected ones, OSCODI, a project submitted by C. Picart, professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology.