Areas of research and expertise

Civil engineering, transport systems and infrastructures, urban resilience, geomatics, the management of scientific and technical innovation... Research activities at Université Gustave Eiffel are organised along a number of lines. Originating from the university's five founding institutions, these areas of research and expertise are linked to the themes of the city of tomorrow. Bringing together laboratories, researchers and doctoral students, they help to offer multidisciplinary skills to conduct quality research for the benefit of society.

 

The main areas of research and expertise at Université Gustave Eiffel

  • Physics, chemistry and the mechanics of materials (soils, biomechanics, construction materials)
  • Civil engineering, infrastructures
  • Natural hazards, urban hazards, urban resilience, environmental impacts
  • Urban digital systems, sensors (for health, energy and the environment)
  • Embedded systems, networks, the Internet of Things, electronics, communication
  • Transport systems and infrastructures (sensors, telecommunications, vehicle-infrastructure interactions, autonomous vehicles, security, safety, etc.).
  • Urban engineering (planning and public spaces, urban energy and climate, etc.).
  • The mobility of people and goods, urban dynamics, spatial development, housing, sustainable cities
  • Transport systems and infrastructures (practices and economic, social, health, energy, environmental and human impacts)
  • Urban economics, organisation, social groups, urban and regional public policies; politics, practical philosophy and ethics.
  • Architecture (taking account of the impact of the environment and energy on architecture, architecture and regions, architectural theories)
  • Geomatics (geographic information acquisition systems, image analysis techniques and processing for stereo-restitution, representations of geographical data)
  • Computing, imaging, signals and applied mathematics Management of scientific and technical innovation
  • Information and communication sciences (collective media output, publishing), economic and strategic information.
  • Use of individual data (health, social policies, work, firms, etc.)
  • Finance, marketing, management
  • Literature, science and the arts (creation, technical knowledge, texts, speeches and representations)