The Professor Tianhong Cui, a mechanical engineering professor, who has a global reputation in the micro/nano sytems domaine (MEMS/NEMS), will give his last conference on Friday 29th November at the Chaire Blaise Pascal on the sinject:
‘The monitoring of urban metabolism with nano-sensors: the way forward to an international association of sustainable cities.’
Professor Tianhong Cui, from the University of Minnesota has been welcomed since January 2018 by Université Paris-Est, and within the ESYCOM* laboratory, which ESIEE is a part of.
This event is held by the regional council of Ile de France and will take place on their premises at Saint Ouen sur Seine.
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Tianhong Cui is a professor of mechanical engineering, he is Chinese but with an international career history, based in the United States, where the research project focuses on the sustainable city and particularly on nano-sensors for the environment and biology (notably the detection of water pollutants) implemented for the management of urban metabolism in the context of ‘smart-cities.’
*The electronic and systems of communication and microsystems (ESYCOM, FRE 2028) laboratory is a multi-establishment unit which groups together research-teachers from Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée (UPM), l’Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieur en Electronique et Electrotechnique (ESIEE-Paris) et du Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (le CNAM). The laboratory is attached to l'ED Math-STIC (ED 532) at PRES Université PARIS-EST (UPE).