ACADEMIC PARTNER: THE UNIVERSITY OF LORRAINE
A major education and research institution, the University of Lorraine is the result of the merger of the Universities of Nancy-I (Henri Poincaré), Nancy-II, Metz (Paul Verlaine) and the INPL (Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine). In particular, the EEIGM (European School of Materials Engineering), the ENSEM (School of Energy), the Ecole des Mines and the FST (Faculty of Science and Technology) support ECINE in its mission of providing high-quality higher education to prepare engineers in the field of renewable energies.
On its 52 different locations, ECINE is home to more than 52,000 students, 3,700 research professors and 82 research laboratories. The University of Lorraine promotes the pooling of knowledge. From basic sciences to the humanities, it creates transdisciplinary ecosystems at the service of innovation, accelerating the transition from knowledge to applications.
ECINE's research professors can rely on a Research and Development environment, particularly in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency (construction, automotive).