As they participate in the Optics in the City of Light research experience program, four students from the University of Michigan join École Polytechnique’s laboratories for a two-month internship. Organized with several partners of the University Paris-Saclay, the program focuses on laser research.
The strategic alliance of six prestigious science and technology universities in Europe combines the members’ expertise in research and education to contribute to building a strong, sustainable, sovereign, and resilient Europe. Éric Labaye takes over the direction of the EuroTech Alliance for the period 2022-2023.
As a founding member of the international Alliance U7+, École Polytechnique organized the final of the alliance’s Student Challenge on June 13-14, 2022. The competition focused on Addressing Sustainable Development Goals through Technology and Pluridisciplinarity.
Developed within the EuroTeQ Engineering University project, an innovative learning format enters École Polytechnique’s course catalog and brings students, faculty, and industry partners together around concrete environmental challenges.
Two students (X2021) completed the civil training part of the Ingénieur Polytechnicien program in Yamoussoukro, at the high school Mamie Adjoua, and at Institut National Polytechnique Félix Houphouët-Boigny. To both, the training represented an opportunity to engage as citizens and to discover the teaching profession.
The Brockmann Foundation and l’X signed an agreement to provide a new scholarship for Mexican students. Awarded once a year, this scholarship will allow an eligible candidate to enroll in one of the School's eight Master's degree programs of Science & Technology.
École Polytechnique is one of the founders of the EuroTeQ Engineering University, which offers professors and students the opportunity to implement new teaching and learning formats while involving business partners.