ESTACA INTERNATIONAL WEEK / EIW2018

Hosting Higher Education Institution:
ESTACA Engineering School
Institution website:
https://www.estaca.fr/en/
Country:
France
Language:
English
Dates:
Monday, 19 March, 2018 to Friday, 23 March, 2018
Registration fee:
30€ - 80€ - 100€
Deadline for applying:
Thursday, 30 November, 2017
Accommodation:
Accommodation provided
Contact person details:
Beatrice Bagourd : eiw@estaca.fr

From 19th to 23rd March 2018, ESTACA is organizing a week devoted to interaction and reflection on User’s Comfort in Autonomous Transportation. This event will be held at ESTACA West Campus in Laval (Pays de la Loire, France).

The aim of this international event is to bring together ESTACA Partners in order to strengthen relationships and to develop new collaborative research projects. The academic and administrative staff will also have the opportunity to discuss subjects of common interest related to teaching and international partnerships.

The weeklong program will consist of two parts:

• 19 – 20 March 2018: Teaching days with guest professors from international universities for ESTACA Students (Bachelor and Master degrees)

• 21 – 23 March 2018: Conferences, workshops, international fair, networking, social events for Partners and ESTACA Staff to discuss the future-directed projects.

 

ABOUT ESTACA

ESTACA, a transport and mobility engineering school

As a specialized post-baccalaureate engineering school, ESTACA is a major European player in the field of transport and mobility. It prepares students to work in the areas of aeronautics, automotive, railway and guided-transport, and space with innovative teaching strategies that are at the very heart of current transport issues (eco-design, on-board systems, propulsion systems and on-board energy, etc.) and a fully developed research center. ESTACA gives students first-hand experience in using technology and provides expertise recognized throughout the industry.

ESTACA research center conducts activities on innovative technology for transport and mobility, to meet the environmental and social challenges we are facing today. Indeed, working on emerging technology for green and sustainable transportation is the best way to meet the needs of our current and future mobility. The school is actively involved in academic, industrial and scientific collaborations regionally (competition clusters, Institutes of Excellence, etc.), nationally (ISAE group) and internationally (Campus France).

 

 

 

 

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eiw2018._preliminary_program.pdf (507.44 KB)Download
estaca_english_brochure_2017.pdf (1.3 MB)Download