Grande Région Pole

Grande Région Pole

The Grande Région Pole is represented by the University of Lorraine and created in 2008 as a GIS.

4 partners – 33 searchers

Web site: http://www.interop-grande-region.eu/  

Université de Lorraine

Presentation

Université de Lorraine promotes innovation through the dialogue of knowledge, taking advantage of the variety and strength of its scientific fields, and aiming at the promotion of knowledge transfer to irrigate innovation and economic growth as well as the progress of fundamental science.
Being the university of a whole region, Université de Lorraine is a major actor of its economic and social development, building on intercultural and intergeneration links, coordinating a regional research policy, and giving access to higher education to as many inhabitants as possible.
Université de Lorraine offers curricula in all fields of knowledge: sciences, health, technology, engineering sciences, human and social sciences, law, economy, management, arts, literature and language. A specific focus is given to crossovers between fields and skills, to help students develop their own pathway.
Web site : http://welcome.univ-lorraine.fr/en

Université Lumière Lyon 2

Presentation

Founded in 1973, Université Lumière Lyon 2 welcomes nearly 30,000 students on its two campuses, ranging from undergraduate to doctoral level. As a university of literature, languages, and human and social sciences, it is comprised of 13 teaching units spread over four main areas of teaching and research:

  • Art, literature, languages;
  • Law, economics, management;
  • Human and social sciences;
  • Science, technology, health.

With 33 laboratories and four research federations, which cover the areas of literature, languages, and human and social sciences (LLSHS – Lettres, Langues, Sciences Humaines et Sociales), Université Lumière Lyon 2 bases its approach on innovation, interdisciplinarity, partnership and an international outlook.
Through the projects developed and coordinated by its 1000 researchers, the university would like to enable communication and discussion between the human and social sciences, on one hand, and the hard sciences, on the other, as well as to put research at the centre of current societal and scientific challenges.
Université Lumière Lyon 2 has a strong focus on international cooperation and currently has agreements with 350 institutions throughout the world. International students, whether part of an exchange programme or otherwise, account for more than 15% of the overall student body.
The university is committed to a policy of transferring and spreading knowledge as widely as possible and regularly holds cultural and scientific events that are open to all. On the basis of initiatives put forward by teacher-researchers, as well as a network of local and national cultural partners, it offers a programme of conference series, exhibitions and live performances, held both on and off-campus.

Web sitehttp://www.univ-lyon2.fr/www0-home-157320.kjsp?RH=WWW_FR&RF=WWW_EN

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

Presentation

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is a mission-driven Research and Technology Organisation (RTO) that develops advanced technologies and delivers innovative products and services to industry and society.

As a major engine of the diversification and growth of Luxembourg’s economy through innovation, LIST supports the deployment of a number of solutions to a wide range of sectors, including energy, IT, telecommunications, environment, agriculture, and advanced manufacturing at national and European level.

Thanks to its location in an exceptional collaborative environment, namely the Belval Innovation Campus, LIST accelerates time to market by maximizing synergies with different actors, including the university, the national funding agency and industrial clusters.

The “Environmental Research & Innovation” (ERIN) department develops strategies, technologies and tools to better monitor, assess, use and safeguard natural and renewable resources.  Its research topics are water security and safety, plants for biomass, biopolymers and bioenergy, life cycle sustainability and risk assessment, and e-Science for environmental and biological applications.

The “IT for Innovative Services” (ITIS) department develops innovative IT services within an open innovation process integrating all stakeholders concerned. Its research focuses on “big data” operational issues for decision-making, use of information systems in measuring and controlling the quality of services in networked enterprises, and tools for supporting innovation processes in IT services.              

The “Materials Research and Technology” (MRT) department focuses its activities on advanced materials and nanotechnologies. Its research and technology activities target two main areas: nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite materials.

Web site : http://www.list.lu/

Applications Plastiques du Rhône (APR)

Presentation

Specialized in the technical plastic transformation, for low and mid-volume production, we acquired during these 2 last decades the processes of skills:
Machining, Usin’jection, Thermoforming, Carterisation, Prototype, Moulding, trade of plastics
This control, based on a know-how, and a logistics, allow us to satisfy the expectations of our partners in terms of:

  • Advices (raw material choice, method)
  • Conception (manufacturing process)
  • Execution

Web site :http://www.apr-plastiques.fr/