ESIEE Paris, as a member school of the University Gustave Eiffel, is strongly involved in three UMR laboratories of CNRS (LIGM, ESYCOM, LISIS) on the Paris-Descartes campus where most of its Teachers-Researchers carry out their research work.
In the Paris-Est region, including the ENPC and UPEC, the Higher Education and Research Community of the Eastern Ile-de-France, Paris-Est-Sup, provides a natural framework for the development of collaborative research around of our three thematic axes (Sustainable city, Health and Innovation)
The LIGM is a computer science laboratory in theoretical and applied science structured around 5 research teams:
LIGM is a multi-institution unit that brings together research professors from Gustave Eiffel University (including ESIEE Paris), CNRS and ENPC. It is attached to the ED Mathematics and STIC doctoral school of Paris-Est-Sup.
It belongs to the laboratory of excellence LabEx: "Bézout - Models and algorithms, from discrete to continuous". It is part of the "Grand Domaine de Recherche" network (Île de France Doctoral Research Network in Mathematics - RDM-IdF).
The ESYCOM laboratory has recognized skills in the fields of engineering of communication systems, sensors and microsystems, skills combined with the projects of the Laboratory "Communication systems and sensors for the city, the environment and the person".
ESYCOM is developing research which is organized around the following themes:
ESYCOM is a multi-establishment unit which brings together research professors from the University Gustave Eiffel (including ESIEE Paris), the CNRS and the CNAM. It is attached to the ED Mathematics and STIC doctoral school of Paris-Est-Sup as well as to the ED Sciences, Engineering and Environment (SIE) doctoral school of Paris-Est-Sup.
LISIS is an interdisciplinary research laboratory dedicated to the study of sciences and innovations in societies. The challenge of his research is to understand the social and political transformations linked to scientific and technical innovation in our relationship to the environment, to economic globalization and to the digitization of social and professional worlds.
LISIS is structured around four thematic axes:
LISIS is a multi-institution unit that brings together research professors from Gustave Eiffel University (including ESIEE Paris), CNRS, INRA and ENPC. It is attached to the doctoral school ED Organizations, Markets and Institutions of Paris-Est-Sup.