This program of excellence, led by IMT Atlantique in partnership with four European universities, aims to train tomorrow's leaders in the fields of integrative renewable energies, the environment, the circular economy, smart cities and industry 4.0.
The Department of Energy Systems and Environment (DSEE) at IMT Atlantique is contributing its expertise as part of the French scientific consortium aiming to find a solution for recycling used masks.
For the past twenty years, industry sectors across the board have been producing a wide range of nanomaterials. They have developed rapidly and with little in the way of regulation.
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.
What are the policies and programs that underpin US success in innovation? How do attitudes, risks, funding and opportunities combine to encourage US innovation?