Supélec

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École supérieure d'électricité, commonly known as Supélec, was a French graduate school of engineering.wikipedia
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CentraleSupélec

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In 2015, Supélec merged with École Centrale Paris and became CentraleSupélec. CentraleSupélec is a member of Université Paris-Saclay.
It was established on 1 January 2015 as a result of a strategic merger between two leading grandes écoles in France, École Centrale Paris and Supélec.

École Centrale Paris

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In 2015, Supélec merged with École Centrale Paris and became CentraleSupélec. Hervé Biausser became the director in 1 September 2013, while keeping the directorship of Centrale Paris.
In 2015, École Centrale Paris merged with Supélec to form CentraleSupélec, a constituent institute of the University of Paris-Saclay.

Hervé Biausser

Hervé Biausser became the director in 1 September 2013, while keeping the directorship of Centrale Paris.
Hervé Biausser (born 17 February 1951) is the director of two French engineering schools, École Centrale Paris and Supélec, positions he has held since 2003 and 2013, respectively.

Alain Bravo

From 2004 to 2013, the director of Supélec was Alain Bravo.
His accomplishments include founding one of France's leading mobile phone services, Société française de radiotéléphonie (SFR), and he is currently the president of Abhexis and the managing director of Supélec, one of France's top five engineering schools.

Metz

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Since then, two more campuses have been established, in Rennes in 1972 and Metz in 1985.
At first, facilities were grouped around the lake Symphony, like Supélec in 1985 and Georgia Tech Lorraine in 1990.

Gif-sur-Yvette

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Founded in 1894 and initially located in the 15th district of Paris, it was moved to Gif-sur-Yvette in 1975.
Numerous research organizations exist in this area, such as the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), the CEA (Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique), Supélec (École Supérieure d'Électricité), the LGEP (Laboratoire de Génie Électrique de Paris, associated with Supélec), SOLEIL Synchrotron (Source Optimisée de Lumière d'Energie Intermediaire du LURE) and the Institute of Plant Biotechnology.

Rennes

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Since then, two more campuses have been established, in Rennes in 1972 and Metz in 1985.
There is also branches of École Supérieure d'Électricité – Supélec and Telecom Bretagne in the east of the city (Cesson-Sévigné), a campus of the École pour l'informatique et les nouvelles technologies, a campus of the École pour l'informatique et les techniques avancées, and the grande école Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, which is next to the "École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes".

University of Paris-Saclay

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CentraleSupélec is a member of Université Paris-Saclay.

Éleuthère Mascart

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Supélec was founded in 1894 by Eleuthère Mascart.
Mascart founded Supélec in 1894.

École Polytechnique

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Supélec is profoundly involved in research; it is one of the only three institutions in France with ENS Ulm and Ecole polytechnique to be a member of two Advanced Research Thematic Networks (Réseaux thématiques de recherché avancée, RTRA) – research associations grouping private or public research institutions and private companies working together on specific research fields.
In addition to the faculty coming from its local laboratories, it employs many researchers and professors from other institutions, including other CNRS, INRIA and CEA laboratories as well as the École Normale Supérieure and nearby institutions such as the École Supérieure d'Électricité (Supélec), the Institut d'Optique or the Université Paris-Sud, creating a varied and high-level teaching environment.

Thierry Breton

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
Breton received a master's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from École Supérieure d'Électricité (Supélec, now CentraleSupélec) in 1979 and later graduated from the Institut des hautes études de défense nationale (IHEDN).

Arts et Métiers ParisTech

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The campus is located on the Technopole Metz 2000, next to other institutions such as Georgia Tech Lorraine and ENSAM.

Pierre Boulle

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Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
He studied at the prestigious École supérieure d'électricité (Supélec) where he received an engineer's degree in 1933.

Pierre Bézier

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
He earned a second degree in electrical engineering in 1931 at the École supérieure d'électricité, and a doctorate in 1977 in mathematics from the Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University where he contributed to the study of parametric polynomial curves and their vector coefficients.

Jean-Luc Lagardère

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Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
Jean-Luc Lagardère was a Supelec engineer.

Louis Charles Breguet

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Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
In 1903, he graduated from École supérieure d'électricité, which was the top electrical engineering school in France.

Hervé Laborne

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
Graduate from Supélec in 1970, he was teacher and researcher at this grande école in the field of control and energy management during 10 years.

Pierre Schaeffer

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Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
Afterwards he moved westwards in 1929 to the École Polytechnique in Paris and finally completed his education in the capital at the École supérieure d'électricité, in 1934.

Grandes écoles

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It was the top grande école in France in the field of Electrical engineering, Energy and Information sciences.
During the latter part of the 19th century and in the 20th century, more grandes écoles were established for education in businesses as well as newer fields of science and technology, including Rouen Business School (NEOMA Business School) in 1871, Sciences Po Paris in 1872, École nationale supérieure des télécommunications in 1878, Hautes Études Commerciales in 1881, École supérieure d'électricité in 1894, Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales in 1907, and Supaero in 1909.

Centrale-Supélec Career Fair

The Forum CentraleSupélec is an annual meeting that brings together companies and students from École Centrale Paris and Supélec.

Ambroise Roux

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
During World War II, he was a student at the École des ponts ParisTech and Supélec.

UniverSud Paris

National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and AgricultureUniversité Paris-Est
Some deliver a high-level, broad education in science, such as École Polytechnique, École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay or École Centrale Paris, whereas others provide a deeper, research-focused level of expertise in select scientific disciplines, such as École Supérieure d'Électricité, Institute of Research for Development, Telecom & Management SudParis, École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort, the French National Sequencing Center or the French particle accelerator.

Jean-Baptiste Waldner

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
Waldner received his engineering degree in mechanical engineering from the Université de technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard in 1983, his Dr Engineer in Electronics in 1986 from the École Supérieure d'Électricité, and his doctoral engineering degree in nuclear science and engineering in 1986 from the Institut National des Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires.

Georgia Tech Lorraine

The campus is located on the Technopole Metz 2000, next to other institutions such as Georgia Tech Lorraine and ENSAM.

Dominique Vidal

Supélec alumni include: Pierre Bézier, Pierre Boulle, Thierry Breton, Louis Charles Breguet, Henri Chrétien, Hervé Laborne, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Rene Leduc, Philippe Morillon, Jean Deleage, Ambroise Roux, Pierre Schaeffer, Dominique Vidal and Jean-Baptiste Waldner.
He received a Master’s degree from Supelec, the French engineering school.