16th July 2019
UTC is strongly involved in developing health technologies
Université de Technologie de Compiègne is one of the best and selective French engineering schools (Post-Bac), and an expert in technological design. In 2006, UTC received the Human Resources Excellence in Research (in accordance with the Charter and Code) by the European Commission. Université de Technologie de Compiègne brings multidisciplinary technological expertise and research labs with strong methodological and experimental facilities, but also a recognized researcher network.
They provide well-qualified and demanded engineers (bioengineering and biotechnologies, computer science, and mechanics). Our priorities within the EIT Health Network are to foster the triangle of research-industry-end user, to develop technology from academic research to end-users’ needs, to improve our knowledge triangle integration, and to improve the visibility in the health technologies.
UTC will benefit from better visibility and recognition (actual co-lead in an Innovation by Idea 2018 project), access to EIT Health Network and facilities, and from many opportunities in collaborative actions for innovation in research & education. Additionally, UTC will benefit from capabilities in innovation and entrepreneurship.
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For further enquiries contact:
Albane Pariset, firstname.lastname@example.org
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