At the core of the Graduate School of Engineering and Systems Sciences of the Université Paris-Saclay, CentraleSupélec hosts interdisciplinary projects across multiple academic centres and industrial partners. The Graduate Schools gathers over 1,000 Master’s students and 600 Ph.D. students in various scientific fields, such as materials science, mechanics, civil engineering, industrial engineering, optics, telecommunications, robotics, and biomedical imaging. Conducting research at one of the 60 laboratories of the Graduate School is a sure path to the global world of R&D.
Research at CentraleSupélec is focused on the challenges of the 21st century, particularly in 9 key domains: Data Science & Artificial Intelligence; Health, Natural Sciences & Bio-engineering; Environment & Sustainable Development; Industry 4.0; Networks & Telecommunications; Cybersecurity; Energy; Aeronautics & Space; Transport & New Forms of Mobility.
CentraleSupélec provides access to state-of-the-art technological platforms and tools it has developed for its researchers, such as a scientific computing centre for digital simulation, high-power microscopes, and smart rooms for the study of cognitive and interactive robotics.
Together with the National University of Singapore (NUS), CentraleSupélec operates the SONDRA laboratory, which is hosted on the Paris-Saclay campus. CentraleSupélec is currently involved in collaborations with 5 laboratories abroad: CNRGiE(Singapore) 2MCIS (China); Smart Grid (Canada), UMI 2958 (United States), and LIA Energy and Environment (Brazil).
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