On Thursday 9 Marchat 10 a.m., one year after the first publication, the results of the second part of the MASTER study on discrimination in access to masters were presented. This presentation took place in the presence of France Universités, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Permanent Conference of Equality and Diversity Officers (CPED), the Human Rights Defender, SOS Racisme and the Student Parliament of Gustave Eiffel University.
This study, carried out by the National Observatory of Discrimination and Equality in Higher Education (ONDES), analyses the effects of two discrimination criteria: gender and origin. It was carried out by a team of researchers from the CNRS TEPP federation and its GEODE research group.
On Monday 9 January, Sylvie Retailleau, Minister for Higher Education and Research, and her counterpart Roland Lescure, Minister for Industry, unveiled the names of the winners of the France 2030 "maturation-pre-maturation" AAP, including the consortium Sci-Ty, Deep tech for the Cities and Mobilities of Tomorrow.
The objective of this project is to develop and strengthen support for the creation of innovative products and services for sustainable cities and mobility in order to accelerate the transformation of our economy towards carbon neutrality.
Signing of the agreement for the creation of the "In&motion" chair in the presence of Gilles Roussel, President of Gustave Eiffel University, Bruno Marroni, Director of Protisvalor, the development subsidiary of Aix-Marseille University and Rémi Thomas, Pierre-François Tissot and Valentin Honoré, Co-founders of In&motion
Gustave Eiffel University and the Transport Innovation Agency signed a partnership agreement on 20 September 2022 on the Marne-la-Vallée campus of the Gustave Eiffel University.
This agreement underlines the common desire of the two entities to strengthen and stimulate innovation in mobility and the territories. This collaboration aims to help our transport systems to provide increasingly targeted responses to sustainable development objectives.
On 13 July 2022, the Experimentation of Autonomous Shuttles (ENA) project inaugurated its second autonomous shuttle experiment deployed in the Communauté de Communes de Cœur de Brenne (Indre department).
For the first time, a passenger transport service using an autonomous vehicle has been set up to link several communes together. This new mobility service offers the territory's inhabitants an alternative to the private car. This result is the fruit of more than two years of collaboration between several partners and makes it possible to deploy a mobility service on open roads in rural areas.
On Thursday 10 March, the Prime Minister, Jean Castex, visited our Marne-la-Vallée campus to unveil the projects that have received confirmation of the Initiatives/Sciences/Innovation/ Territories/Economy (I-SITE) label. The FUTURE I-SITE, led by Gustave Eiffel University, in partnership with École des Ponts ParisTech, was confirmed following the evaluation of the IDEX/I-Site projects by the international jury.
This decision underlines the relevance of the creation of our institution, which unites the triptych of university, research organisation and schools in a unique way in France. It also acknowledges the results of the actions carried out on the theme of the cities and territories of tomorrow, which must be frugal, resilient, attractive and liveable. This confirmation also opens up new perspectives for the years to come.
On Saturday 5 February 2022, the Gustave Eiffel University organised its Open Day, during which high school students and adults returning to school were able to discover the full range of courses offered by the university. This day, which is the highlight of the year and is dedicated to information and guidance, gives visitors the opportunity to talk to lecturers, students and administrative and technical staff about the courses on offer and about study methods and student life.
On Monday 28 February 2022, after two years of work, Cerema's Durability, Innovation and Development of Alternative Materials (DIMA) team and the Formulation, Microstructure, Modelling and Durability of Construction Materials (FM2D) team of the Materials & Structures Department at Gustave Eiffel University decided to consolidate their partnership through the creation of a Joint Research Unit, under the scientific supervision of the two institutions.