Environmental transition

Environmental transition is organized into three main areas: engineering, metrology, and observation and ICT for the environment, with diversified application sectors covering the sea, and urban and industrial territories.

  • Environmental engineering is concerned with resource management, the reduction and recovery of industrial waste, and air and water quality management. 
  • Metrology: in the nuclear field, metrology involves measuring radioisotopes and monitoring their behavior in the environment, studying the future and storage of waste, evaluating the management of contaminated areas, and the memory of this data. 
  • Observation and ICT: Sea-related work focuses on the observation of the marine environment and on maritime surveillance through the processing of satellite and underwater data
  • Transition environnementale
  • Transition environnementale - Prever
  • Transition environnementale - Flowat
  • Transition environnementale - maritime
  • Transition environnementale - lussi

Chaires (French research consortia)

  • AI OCEANIX: Developing AI-driven strategies for the next generation of ocean monitoring systems
  • STOCKAGE : Storage of radioactive waste with partners EDF, the EDF Foundation, ANDRA and Orano.

Some of our partners

  • LabCom TESMARAC between Subatech and Triskem
  • ZATUZone Atelier Territoires Uranifères develops research on areas affected by radioactivity.

Research projects

A-CINCH

Training on radiochemistry.

  • Projet H2020

AVIFAUNE

Orthophotography shooting

Eurosea

Improving and Integrating European Ocean Observing and Forecasting Systems for Sustainable use of the Oceans

  • Projet H2020

Flowat

Floating marshes for the quality of agri-food wastewater with the implementation of a prototype on an industrial site.

  • Projet ANR

NanoWet

Reduction of nanoparticle emissions related to the incineration of end-of-life nanomaterials

PREDIS

Radioactive waste management.

  • Projet H2020

VIGISAT 2

Observatoire spatial régional portant sur des applications terrestres et maritimes.

  • CPER