CentraleSupélec has a research center that every year hosts more than 500 doctoral students on the three campuses (Gif-sur-Yvette, Metz and Rennes) in its 16 research units (independent and joint research units, including a collaboration with the CNRS) and through a mathematics federation.
Within these research units, which represent 1,100 research employees, subjects of research are explored within complex systems:
- Materials and Processes
- Mechanics, Energetics and Combustion
- Applied Physics
- Applied Mathematics
- Technology and IT Systems
- Signal Processing, Automation
- Electrical Engineering and Electronics
- Industrial Engineering, Economics and Management
To navigate the complexities of systems and address the following seven societal issues:
- Health and biotechnology
- Information and knowledge
- Sustainable buildings and regions
- Transport and mobility
- Economic mutations
The research policy of CentraleSupélec and the research laboratories is focused on adopting an interdisciplinary approach with the aim of encouraging synergies between laboratories, while maintaining a continuum between upstream research and research in association with industries and services. CentraleSupélec provides its doctoral students with both a high-level scientific education and a guarantee of professional insertion through its strong ties with companies.
Engineering programs, Master’s Program, Advanced Masters, Doctoral Schools, Msc in Datascience, MOOCs, Executive Education.
Major research link with Australian submarine project
Australian Flinders University and four of France’s leading Graduate Schools of Engineering (CentraleSupélec) entered into a ground-breaking academic and research cooperation agreement relating to Australia’s Future Submarine Program.