The diversity of research work developed by the school's teacher-researchers leads some to partner with laboratories that are consistent with their scientific theme. We thus have hosting agreements with the following laboratories:
The Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Energies of Tomorrow - LIED - is a joint research unit (UMR 8236) which addresses the theme related to energy transitions.
The Management Research Institute of the University of Paris-Est is a Research Unit that brings together all the teaching staff and researchers working in the disciplines of management sciences.
The Computer Science Laboratory of Paris 6 is a joint research unit of the Sorbonne University and the National Centre for Scientific Research (UMR 7606 Sorbonne University - CNRS) dedicated to the modelling and solving of fundamental problems motivated by applications
The signals and systems laboratory (L2S) is a joint research unit (UMR 8506) of CNRS, CentraleSupélec and Université Paris-Saclay. Research at L2S focuses on fundamental and applied mathematical aspects of control theory, signal and image processing, information and communications theory.
LISSI (Images, Signals and Intelligent Systems Laboratory) is a reception team from the University of Paris Est Créteil (EA N ° 3956). LISSI develops multidisciplinary theoretical and applied research in the field of information and communication sciences and technologies and in particular artificial intelligence.
ESIEE Paris is also associated with two scientific interest groups in Ile-de-France:
▶ UPEM, CNRS, INRA, Sciences Po, School of Bridges, EHESS, ESIEE Paris IFRIS is a collaborative institute on research, innovation and society. IFRIS has been, since 2007, a consortium of research units working on issues related to interactions between science, technology and society as well as research and innovation policies.
▶ CNRS, Supélec, Télécom Paris Tech, ISEP, Paris XI, Paris VI, UPMC, ESIEE Paris The GIS eSys brings together around one hundred lecturer-researchers and doctoral students working on analog electronics, mixed electronics and micro-systems. This research responds to the concerns of a very rich industrial electronics environment and will allow the future to reflect on new forms of teaching in electronics.