After coming in the Top 50 in 6 disciplines in the rankings by academic subject, Univ. Grenoble Alpes goes one step beyond, entering the Shanghai Global Ranking’s Top 150 best world universities, published on 15 August, 2019.
The European university alliance explores new avenues for joint actions for mobility, support services and learning. On 12-14 February, some 150 individuals representing faculty, staff, students and top management of seven European universities gather at Aalto University for the first ever UNITE! Dialogue event.
Due to the rapidly evolving global health situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) , and with the highest health considerations for all, we regret to inform you that our Ginsen Summer Schools 2020 are officially cancelled.We sincerely apologize for the trouble we may have caused, we look forward to welcoming you to the Ginsen Summer School next year!
Researchers at LGP2* recently developed an interactive paper material that reacts to one’s touch or breath and can record and transfer data thanks to an integrated electronic circuit. This innovative paper can even light up.
Following Catherine Picart’s award, it is Guillaume Balarac’s turn to be recognized by the Academy of Sciences. The researcher recently received the Espoir Institut Mines Telecom prize from the Academy of Sciences, which rewards a scientist under the age of 40 for a major innovation that supports a sustainable economy in business or industry.
After receiving a CNRS medal in 2016, Catherine Picart was rewarded by the Academy of Sciences for her research work. Catherine Picart is a professor at Grenoble INP - Phelma and a researcher at LMGP (UMR-CNRS, Grenoble INP). As of September 1st, she has been on provisional assignment as head of the IRIG Health Department (Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Grenoble). Catherine Picart is an internationally recognized expert on biomaterials, bioactive surfaces and their applications.
After coordinating the European project H2020 NEREID (2015-2018) dedicated to the European Nanoelectronics Roadmap, Francis Balestra, Director of Research at the CNRS, Deputy Vice President of Grenoble INP in charge of Europe, and member of the Governing Board of the European Sinano Institute, coordinates the European activities of the International Roadmap IRDS (InternationalRoadmap for Devices and Systems).
The institutions of the new University Grenoble Alpes that is going to be created on 1st January 2020 are engaging in the process of obtaining the label for their strategies by following the European procedure called HRS4R (Human Resources Strategy for Researchers).