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Eppur, concentrated technology made in UTC

Colin Gallois and Lancelot Durand together founded Eppur, the first braking system for manual wheelchairs. The concept was born during Colin Gallois’ undergraduate years in the UTC design department in 2015.

From a dream to « it’s my job »

Graduating in 2019, majoring in Mechanical Engineering from UTC, Tom Laperche received a great deal of support from UTC to reconcile his studies with high-level sailing activities.

Erasmus Mundus for UTC

Professor Dritan Nace is currently coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus programme in sustainable systems engineering (EMSSE).

The Jean Monnet Chair

Martin Morgeneyer is a lecturer-cum-research-scientist at the UTC’s TIMR laboratory, which specialises in the control of particle systems. He now holds a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Union

Committed to facing tomorrow’s challenges

Patrick Dupin is a member of Saint-Gobain’s Management Committee as the Group’s Deputy Managing Director and Managing Director for the Northern Europe Region. He is also President of the UTC Foundation for Innovation and, since 2023, a member of the university’s Academic Board of Directors. He will be Godfather to the graduation ceremonies of the class of 2023.

« From small streams to large rivers »

Julien Bahain is the Godfather of the UTC Foundation for Innovation’s first fundraising campaign. A 2011 UTC graduate, this engineer majoring in the Mechanical Systems Engineering programme is also an Olympic bronze medallist in rowing at the 2008 Beijing Olympics

Highly involved research workers
Serving the Oval ball & France

Julien Piscione, a UTC PhD graduate, has been head of the Performance Support Department at the French Rugby Federation’s sports department since 2016. His passion for sport and keen interest in advanced studies have made him an expert in performance analysis.

3 questions
3 questions to Georges Fernandes

Georges Fernandes is a project manager at SPIE INDUSTRIE.

Engineering and the climate change challenges

Is engineering training ready to meet the challenges of climate change? It’s a question that a dozen students from the SI01 course worked on for a semester, under the guidance of Clement Mabi, lecturer at UTC. The conclusion of their work takes the form of a debate, broadcast live on the UTC’s social networks.

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Special feature

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Special feature n°61
Physical activities, nutrition and health
The benefits of physical activity and a balanced diet are well established.
Whether it concerns healthy individuals, to prevent diseases, or for people suffering from chronic pathologies, by improving both their physical and moral quality of life.
However, physical inactivity and sedentary lifestyles are on the rise in all sectors of Society, particularly among young people.
Hence the warning issued by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to WHO, almost 500 million new cases of preventable chronic disease will de diagnosed between 2020 and 2030, if the level of physical inactivity remains at this level.

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Novembre 2023 - N°61

Activité physique, nutrition & santé

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