Arts et Métiers was in charge of determining piezo locations and of the high-level software interface with CTEC hardware ensuring damage monitoring. We participated in the implementation at TU Delft of the trial campaign.
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The projects of the Horizon 2020 call Open Innovation for collaborative production engineering present a joint webinar about the different approaches following the Open Innovation concept.
Following the government announcement on new measures in fight against Coronavirus, Arts et Metiers’ teaching arrangements will change until December 1st.
Organized by the French-German Institute for industry of the future, the summer school will take place from 19th october to 23rd october in Karslruhe.
The French Factory Unit of Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology is part of an European network focused on exploring innovative learning schemes to address current industry challenges.
The Covid-19 pandemic is a major worldwide challenge that will ultimately have an impact on our lives for many years to come.
Like many higher education institutes around the world, the Arts et Métiers community is contributing their time and expertise to combat the outbreak.
From the design and manufacture of personal protective equipment to the development of respiratory valves, the Arts et Métiers community is supporting health care staff in hospitals, nursing homes as well as in public services.
Among many of the initiatives, Prof Gilles Regnier, member of the PIMM laboratory in the Paris campus, has designed and mass manufactured injected headband faceshields. On May 5th, more than 9000 faceshields have already been distributed to health care staff.
In the following article, Prof Regnier presents the design and production and discusses how the faceshield can be improved.
While companies are severely affected by the consequences of Covid-19, the Arts et Métiers community is mobilizing to help 1,500 SMEs and VSEs to restart their activity.
Professor Francisco Chinesta, professor at Arts et Métiers and director of ESI’s scientific department, was awarded the silver medal of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) during a ceremony on Thursday November 21, 2019 at the Arts and Culture.
Prof Laurent Champaney, President Arts et Métiers met with Peng Gang, Vice President of Tsinghua University during a recent visit to China.
A world leader in consulting and digital transformation, CapGemini partners with Arts and Métiers and Dassault Systems to train its employees in PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) tools to prepare them for Industry 4.0.
On October 24th 2019, Arts et Métiers and Tongji University organised an international seminar at Tongji University to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the signature of a Cooperation Framework Agreement and a Master-level Double Diploma Program Agreement between the two institutions.