From December 8-11, six IMT Atlantique students participated in the GreenHack IT in Munich, a challenge gathering 60 future engineers from the Institut Mines-Télécom and the Technische Universität München (TUM). Two students from IMT Atlantique and their team were among the winners.
In preparation for 2019 academic year, IMT Atlantique is recruiting teacher-researchers for its Brest and Nantes campuses. 12 positions are open in different fields: environment and digital, energy and digital, cyber security, artificial intelligence, energy and environment.
Deadline for applications is 31 March.
The HYDDA project seeks to develop an innovative platform, bringing together the Cloud and HPC, to provide an economical solution for the heavy computing needs of businesses of all sizes.
Professor Pierre Cointe, scientific director of the Atlanstic 2020 regional programme and lecturer at IMT Atlantique, has initiated a partnership agreement with the new Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO) in Quebec. The agreement concerns the development of joint actions in the area of data science, optimisation and artificial intelligence.