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A Frenchman in the stars
A Frenchman in the stars

Nabil Hadjaz, who graduated from UTC in 2011, majoring in Mechanical Engineering, used to dream about becoming an astronaut. Today, he works with them, after succeeded in joining the world’s elite in space exploration. He is an engineer for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and works with NASA on the ISS (International Space Station) programme.

Research scientist — cum – artist
Research scientist — cum – artist

Ninon Lizé Masclef is the first artist “in residence” as we say, at the 3DEXPERIENCE Lab, the innovation centre of Dassault Systèmes France. She is simultaneously in charge of scientific research with the UK start-up Ontbo. Her research is specialised in the analysis of emotions and music to develop brain-computer interfaces.

From Malaysia to UTC, an exceptional journey
From Malaysia to UTC, an exceptional journey

Welcoming foreign students has always been part of the UTC’s DNA and the links with Asia have always been strong, since the first twelve Chinese students were welcomed here in February 1979, through the creation of UTSEUS in 2006. Today, about 20% of UTC’s matriculated students are foreigners, of which a significant part comes from the Asian continent. Students with impressive academic backgrounds, such as Dhivenya Rajarathinam, a Malaysian student who is currently finishing her studies, majoring in Mechanical engineering!

Hybrid training: educational innovation
Hybrid training: educational innovation

The ET-LIOS project, an acronym for «Enseignements Technologiques de niveau LIcence Ouverts pour une industrie du futur compétitive et Soutenable» [First Degree level Technology-intensive training for competitive & sustainable industry] is a project of ‘hybridization’ of higher education courses dedicated to ‘Industry of the Future’.

When engineers participate in the transformation of the city
When engineers participate in the transformation of the city

UTC is a partner of the development, notably economic, of the local community. It has been an initiator and/or stakeholder in major projects linked to the attractiveness of the territory for many years. Emmanuel Pascual, Municipal and Community Councillor, Delegate for Innovation and Relations with Higher Education, explains.

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Special feature n°58
Sustainable electro-mobility
Faced with the climate change problem and the energy crisis that is looming following the war in Ukraine, France has decided to accelerate its pace advancing into the field of renewable energies. In this area, UTC and particularly the UTC-Avenues laboratory team are involved on two fronts. That of electro-mobility with research work on the optimisation of recharging stations covered with photovoltaic (PV) panels but also that of energy production from PV installed on the university premises. A movement that the service sector decree — published in the French Official Journal in 2019, requiring owners and occupants of both private and public service intensive buildings to significantly reduce their energy consumption compared to 2010, the reference year — has accelerated.

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