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Today we train tomorrow’s engineering-managers!
Today we train tomorrow’s engineering-managers!

On February 2nd, the signing of a Double degree agreement — BBA Digital Engineering and Management — between UTCCompiegne and EDHEC, Lille took place on the Lille campus of EDHEC Business School. This is a 4‑year course designed to develop a dual set of skills in engineering sciences and management sciences and to specialise in one of the three proposed majors: Marketing, Finance or Engineering.

Heading for safe and robust AI
Heading for safe and robust AI

Sébastien Destercke is a CNRS research scientist and head of the Knowledge, Uncertainty, Data (CID) team at the UTC Heudiasyc Lab., a joint UTC/CNRS unit. He is also Professor of the Industrial Chair in Safe Artificial Intelligence (AI) launched in early 2022.

Molecular printing : a state-of-the-art technology
Molecular printing : a state-of-the-art technology

Karsten Haupt is Professor of biochemistry at UTC-Compiegne and has directed UTC’s Enzyme and Cellular Engineering (GEC) laboratory since 2012. As a specialist in molecular printing, he has been ranked as the world’s leading expert on this cuttingedge technology by the website ‘Expertscape’.

In Computer science, women also display their genius
In Computer science, women also display their genius

On November 23, the final of the ‘Femmes d’Avenir en informatique’ 2021 competition took place. This competition, organised by Marie Hélène Abel, director of the Computer Science Department at UTC, rewards projects which aim at promoting the orientation of young women towards scientific and technological training in computer sciences.

etrëmaÒ : a zero waste surgical faced-mask made in Canada
etrëma: a zero waste surgical faced-mask made in Canada

For a long time, the notion of sustainable development and recycling had no valid place in the medical field, but this is no longer the case. After the recycling of water used for dialysis, now we have washable masks for use in hospitals!

Quatre diplômés de l’UTC qui s’installent à Bali
The apprentice speaks out

In 2018, UTC celebrated the 10th anniversary of the apprenticeship training scheme for engineers. One thing is certain, the added value of apprenticeship for the student lies in the professional experience they gain. They arrive on the job market with a wealth of skills and new experience. And with a much stronger sense of confidence. Here is the testimony of Elias Limouni, 22, a computer engineering student.

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Special feature n°57
Medicine in the Future
UTC’s Biomechanics and Bioengineering Laboratory (BMBI), a UTC-CNRS joint research unit since it was established in 1982, is dedicated to engineering for health, a field in which UTC, a leader in France, was a pioneer. Work combining biomechanics of the living (whether human or animal), and bioengineering, carried out by scientists in three research teams. Fields of research that cover, for example, the theme of ageing, the repair of valves in the case of functional mitral insufficiency, the modelling of lymph flow, organs- on- a‑chip devices or, more recently, the questions surrounding green dialysis. These are all areas that are shaping the Medicine of the Future.

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