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A consequent research network


School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials
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A consequent research network

Grenoble and Rhône-Alpes area: an unique scientific centre in Europe


GIANT : le polygone scientifique de Grenoble


Phelma is involved in:

  • 2 industrial clusters:
    • Minalogic (MIcro NAnotechnologies et LOgiciel Grenoble-Isère Compétitivité): to pool research and cooperation in developing miniaturized chips
    • Tenerrdis (industrial and research cluster for renewable energies in Rhône-Alpes region and for the development of new energetical technologies): to promote research and business spin-offs in new energy technology.
       
  • 2 "Carnot Institutes": “Energies du Futur”, "Software and Intelligent Systems"
     
  • Nanotechnology thematic networks
    • RTRA (Réseau thématique de recherche avancée): Nanosciences Fondation
    • IRT (Institut de recherche technologique NanoElectronique)

  • The co-location center KIC Inno-Energy
  • The co-location center KIC Raw Materials

Figures

  • 13 associated laboratories
     
  • 150 teachers-researchers
     
  • Nearly 30% of Phelma engineering graduates embarked on obtaining a PhD
     
  • More than 300 PhDs supervised by Phelma's teachers-researchers

focus

Renaud Bouchet image carrousel
The search for the ideal battery


Renaud Bouchet, professor at 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.

Written by Valerie Exshaw

Date of update January 24, 2017

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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