The second edition of the “Sustainable Electronics” workshop took place on the 5 and 12 February 2021, and brought together 55 students from Grenoble INP, UGA, and the Grenoble École de Management, as well as around ten expert speakers. This year, the workshop was carried out over two half-days and the organising team of the […]
[Ecological transition]: a new debate organised by “Think What Matters”, with Mélanie Marcel, CEO of SoScience
Last Wednesday, 3 February, the Think What Matters (TWM) collective, which includes 17 students from several schools, including Grenoble INP, UGA, INSA Lyon, UGA and Sciences Po Grenoble, got together to organise a new webinar covering the question: “In the future, what role should scientific research play in the ecological transition? ”. Mélanie Marcel, CEO […]
[BIOMEDICAL / COMPETITION / MIT] A gold medal and two nominations for the iGEM Grenoble – Alpes 2020 team!
Eleven students, from Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA, the Pharmaceutical faculty, and the Chemistry and Biology faculty of Grenoble, represented the Grenoble – Alpes site at the MIT in Boston during the iGEM (“International Genetically Engineered Machine”) world competition. This multidisciplinary team submitted the PyoBusters project, which consisted in creating a device capable of detecting […]
Antoine Kuhnast, a student at Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA, has taken a year off to fully devote himself to his project. “In the industrial sector, communicating in a noisy environment while remaining safe is virtually impossible. ”. It is specifically this issue that drove Antoine to create his startup, SafeHear. Thanks to an innovative […]
[STARTUP / FACILITATING AGRICULTURE] Léon, from Phelma to the creation of the Osiris Agriculture startup!
Léon Guyard is a Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA 2020 graduate. He completed the Embedded electronic systems (SEI) course and is the co-founder of the Osiris Agriculture startup alongside Henri Desequelles and Rodolphe Cockenpot. All three are engineers and sons of farmers – they are passionate about agriculture and seek to contribute to this sector […]
A graduate of Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA, Materials science and engineering (SIM) course, and a doctoral student at 3SR*, Clara Aimar has just been awarded first place by the jury at the “My Thesis in 180 Seconds” (MT180) competition at the Alpes finals. She works alongside Décathlon on polymer foams for sports shoes. Her […]
Élise Langagne is a 2nd-year student at Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA, Energy and nuclear engineering (GEN) course. She has just been awarded with the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant, presented by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). This grant programme aims to increase the number of women in the nuclear sector. She is among the 100 […]
“Ingénieurs Citoyens” and “Adelphie”, two student associations at Grenoble INP – UGA, organised the first gender equality week, which was held entirely online from 1 to 5 February 2021. A number of events were offered to the students, including a conference/round table discussion on the theme of “gender equality at work”. The guests for that […]