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Grenoble Institute of Technology

Grenoble Institute of Technology

Grenoble Institute of Technology today Catering for all needs 100 years experience in engineer

Grenoble Institute of Technology today Catering for all needs 100 years experience in engineer and doctoral students for key technologies • European standard: Bachelor, Master, Doctorate • 6 Engineering schools • 26 laboratories (2 abroad) • 6 international degrees (2 Erasmus Mundus) • 240 exchange programs and double-degree agreements • 14 million euros of industrial contracts; 1 private subsidiary for Technology Utilization, INPG Entreprises SA 5, 200 students, 1, 150 engineering degrees and 200 Ph. Ds every year

Grenoble Institute of Technology Developer of Expertise 6 Engineering Departments (Schools) tackling the main

Grenoble Institute of Technology Developer of Expertise 6 Engineering Departments (Schools) tackling the main technological and scientific challenges of the 21 st century üEnergy, Water and Environmental Sciences (ENSE 3, 940 undergraduate students, 150 Ph. Ds) üPhysics, Applied Physics, Electronics and Materials Science (PHELMA, 1240 undergraduate students, 275 Ph. D’s) üInformatics, Applied Mathematics, Telecommunications (ENSIMAG, 755 undergraduate students, 215 Ph. D’s) üIndustrial Engineering (Génie Industriel, 431 undergaduate students, 23 Ph. D’s) üPaper Science, Print Media and Biomaterials (PAGORA, 180 undergraduate students, 34 Ph. D’s) üAdvanced Systems en Networks (ESISAR, 262 undergraduate students, 20 Ph. D’s)

ENSE 3 Meet tomorrow’s challenges Scientific and technological topics: • Energy production : nuclear,

ENSE 3 Meet tomorrow’s challenges Scientific and technological topics: • Energy production : nuclear, thermal, renewable energies, fossil energies • Energy distribution : electricity, heat, hydrogen • Energy usage: transportation, housing, . . • Environmental impacts: recycling, clean technologies • Sustainable town and country planning: water and energy networks, resources management, natural and technological hazards

ENSE 3 Meet tomorrow’s challenges Master specialities: • Mechanics and energetics • Nuclear enginering

ENSE 3 Meet tomorrow’s challenges Master specialities: • Mechanics and energetics • Nuclear enginering (with PHELMA) • Electrical power engineering • Automatics, information systems • Energy systems and economics • Hydraulics, civil and environmental Engineering • Product design (with Génie Industriel) • Signal and image processing, communication systems, multimedia (with PHELMA)

ENSE 3 : a strong link with research and innovation Laboratories International competitiveness centers

ENSE 3 : a strong link with research and innovation Laboratories International competitiveness centers (more than 800 researchers) G 2 Elab : electrical engineering, networks GIPSALab : automatics, signal Tenerrdis (renewable energies) Minalogic 3 SR : civil engineering, natural hazards LEGI: fluid mechanics LTHE : hydrology, water quality RHEOLOGIE : complex fluids G-SCOP: design, supervision Research clusters Envirhônalp Renewable energies and energy effectiveness SIMAP : matérials, processes LEPMI : electro-chemical processes LEPII : energy and economy Carnot Institute Energie du futur Technological platforms I 2 E 6

 • For more information: Leaflets available here http: //ense 3. grenoble-inp. fr/ (english

• For more information: Leaflets available here http: //ense 3. grenoble-inp. fr/ (english translation in progress)