The range of research work being done by these laboratories is structured around five broad themes, which underline the Research Centre’s commitment to responding to the challenges of the XXIst century and which link up with the issues taken up in CentraleSupélec’s training programme: Energy, Environment and Risk, Health and Bioengineering, Nanosciences, Information and business systems.

CentraleSupélec's Research Centre has a consolidated annual budget of over 15M Euros of which 6M Euros for financing projects, including over 3M Euros for partner research with companies. Organised into six laboratories, the Research Centre carries out pluri-disciplinary projects in collaboration with international academic partners and in close cooperation with companies representing the major economic sectors of activity.

Furthermore, the research laboratories are invested in CentraleSupélec’s commitment to teaching through research, both in its experimental work and in the projects of its ‘engineer’ programme. The laboratories are the foundation of the research training provided by the research Master programme in ‘Engineering Sciences’.

The School’s laboratories are the foundation of the Doctoral School’s 287 “Engineer Sciences”. This doctoral programme, with its 230 students, is fully in line with the training received by all future CentraleSupélec PhDs, providing them with all the skills necessary for a career in the fields of innovation, research and development.

Estelle Iacona,
Dean of Research

Key-figures

€ 40M budget/year
60 contracts in 2013;
16,000 m2 of laboratories, testing areas and offices in Chatenay-Malabry;
620 publications in international refereed journals (CNRS Rank A);
400 faculty-researchers and full-time researchers (23% CNRS);
130 engineers, technicians and administrative staff.

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esearch Centre

Five main reasons led CentraleSupélec to set up a strong research centre totally integrated into the educational program of the school :

Five main reasons led CentraleSupélec to set up a strong research centre totally integrated into the educational program of the school :

  • To ensure study-through-research not only for students of CentraleSupélec but also for engineering students,
  • Enrich the training of the student-engineers by giving them access to inductive pedagogies in the labs and by enabling those who start their career in R&D to prepare for their future work,
  • Provide a basic research of good quality, following the mission of the school,
  • Open the school to the outside world and participate in its national and international recognition through the relationships and collaborations with the scientific community and enterprises,
  • Contribute to social progress by producing knowledge and by education engineers and doctors mainly for the benefit of enterprises and society.
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D
octoral Studies

Within the context of its mission of training by Research, CentraleSupélec has a Doctoral School in

Within the context of its mission of training by Research, CentraleSupélec has a Doctoral School in "Sciences for the Engineer" accredited by the Ministry of National Education, Research and Technology (Doctoral School no 287).

  • The Doctorate
  • PhD list
  • Eligibility conditions
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P
ublications

A selection of international papers with referee of CentraleSupélec's laboratories.

A selection of international papers with referee of CentraleSupélec's laboratories.

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Centrale Paris researchers on social network Research Gate

Centrale Paris researchers on social network Research Gate

Find about the profiles of our 242 researchers now on Research Gate and see all their contributions.

The PhD Defenses

List of PhD defenses for the current year.

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Direction of Research

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Gilles Bailet, PhD student, awarded at the IPPW-13

07 July 2016 Gilles Bailet, PhD student in the Nonequilibrium Plasma group at CentraleSupelec, in collaboration with the von Karman Institute, and supported by Airbus Defence & Space, received the first prize for Outstanding Student Oral presentation at the 13th International Planetary Probe Workshop in Laurel, Maryland...   More
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