We are visionaries. We are differentiators. We are TIers. As a global semiconductor company operating in 35 countries, Texas Instruments (TI) is first and foremost a reflection of its people. From the TIer who unveiled the first working integrated circuit in 1958 to the more than 30,000 TIers around the world today who design, manufacture and sell analog and embedded processing chips, we are problem-solvers collaborating to change the world through technology.

Acklio software raises the barriers to a sustainable LPWAN IoT implementation

We provide LPWA networks interoperability, IP enablement, seamless integration, future-proof investment, end to end security, devices and systems compatibility, facilitated data management, device energy efficiency, innovative compression.

The Franco-German University (FGU) is a network of affiliated member universities from France, Germany and third party countries. Its administration is based in Saarbrücken. The FGU was founded as an international institution by means of an intergovernmental agreement (the Weimar Agreement) in 1997.

The FGU provides expert guidance on Franco-German university relations with the aim of enhancing university and research cooperation between the two countries. Its main tasks include initiating, coordinating and funding structured academic degree programmes for each of the three Bologna cycles. About 6400 students are currently taking one of more than 180 bi-national courses of study in one of the FGU’s 194 partner universities in France and Germany (academic year 2018/19).

As well as promoting and funding integrated degree programmes, the FGU supports cooperation in the fields of structured doctoral programmes and Franco-German research. It is particularly active in promoting collaboration and an intensive pooling of knowledge and experience between researchers.

Avec près de 1 100 inscrits, l’école doctorale MathSTIC (N° d'accréditation 601) constitue la plus importante école doctorale de l’Université Bretagne Loire (UBL) en termes de doctorants et de thèses soutenues chaque année. Elle fédère au sein d’une même école doctorale la formation des doctorants des secteurs ST1 Mathématiques et ST6 Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (STIC) des 6 sites (Angers, Brest, Le Mans, Lorient-Vannes, Nantes et Rennes) des Pays de Loire et de la Bretagne. 




German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future

Bring new paradigms of the industry of the future

In the framework of the partnership between the French Alliance for Industry of the Future and the German platform Industrie 4.0, IMT (IMT) and Technische Universität München (TUM) decided to create a German-French Academy for Industry of the Future.

Within the framework of the academy, IMT and TUM will be able to move up a gear, develop projects already underway, and initiate new projects related to research and training.

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s top universities. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. The university also forges strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world. TUM was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. Moreover, TUM regularly ranks among the best European universities in international rankings.
A school for Engineers - Meeting the challenges of digital, energy and environmental transformation.

IRISA (Institut de recherche en informatique et systèmes aléatoires), founded in 1975, is a joint research centre for Informatics, including Robotics and Image and Signal Processing. On these themes, Irisa is positioned as the premier research laboratory in Brittany with campuses in Rennes (35), Vannes (56), Lannion (22), and Brest (29).

750 people, 40 teams, 7 departments (Large Scale Systems/Networks, telecommunications and services/Language and Software Engineering/Digital signals and imaging, robotics/Media and communications/Data and knowledge management) explore the world of digital sciences to find applications in healthcare, ecology-environment, cyber-security, transportation, multimedia, and

With 8 trustees (CentraleSupélec, CNRSENS RennesInriaINSA RennesInstitut Mines-TélécomUniversity of Southern Brittany (UBS), University of Rennes 1), IRISA forms a research cluster of excellence in the domain of Digital Sciences, with scientific priorities that include bioinformatics, software and system security, new software architectures (from IoT to Manycores and Cloud computing), and virtual reality.