University Paris 13

The University of Paris 13 (UP13) is one of the thirteen successor universities created after the Sorbonne after 1968. The University now has close on 22,000 students on its rolls, on four campuses, following degree or ongoing training courses

UP13 is a truly multidisciplinary establishment, and a major teaching and research hub in the north of Paris.

The University of Paris 13 is a member of PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité and of Campus Condorcet

For more information: Introduction to UP13

The professors and researchers involved in the project ECONANO make their research in the laboratory LSPM associated with Institut Galilée.

At University Paris 13, Institut Galilée is a center of excellence in science with 7 laboratory of research in the fields of biomaterials and polymers (**LVTS, (Laboratory for Vascular Translational Science) LBPS / *CSPBAT (Chemistry, Structure and Properties of Biomaterials and Therapeutic Agents”), mathematics (*LAGA), computing and information processing (*LIPN, L2TI), physics of lasers (*LPL), as well as materials and high pressure (*LSPM). *CNRS research unit **INSERM

The students follow curricula in mathematics, informatics, physics, and chemistry, either in the framework of Bachelor + Master (which are devoted to mathematics and informatics, informatics, image and networks, physics and applications, chemistry-health engineering biomaterials) + Doctorate + and a large Engineering school called Sup Galilée with speciality at Engineering Master Degree in:

  • Major in Scientific Computing Methods & Applied Mathematics
  • Major in Computer Science
  • Major in Telecommunication and Networks
  • Major in Energy
And two training of engineers in learning

There is an Engineering School Integration Program : Sup Galilée Engineering School offers a two-years preparatory program. The aim is to allow students to integrate the Engineering School of Paris 13. The program is focused on general education in science, including mathematics,physics, computing science, chemistry, and in major disciplines.

For more information: Institut Galilée

At CNRS-LSPM (“Laboratoire des Procédés et des Matériaux) the scientists and engineers conduct fundamental and applied scientific research following three main objectives :

  • The development of novel processes for the elaboration, processing and shaping of ceramic, carbon and metallic materials.
  • The investigation of the relations between the microstructure of materials and their mechanical and physical properties and their couplings.
  • The integration of material in systems, devices and processes.

More specifically, the research teams possess a strong expertise in the fields of thin film deposition, surface treatment, ceramic materials for photonic and photovoltaic applications, powder processing (compacting and shaping), elaboration of catalytic materials and their integration in novel catalytic systems, crystalline plasticity, recrystallization, forming, damage and fracture, high pressures and phase transitions, magnetism and magneto-mechanical coupling.

For more information: Le CNRS

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