Partnerships and projects
ENS Paris-Saclay's renown as a research hub owes much to its researchers’ and laboratories’ numerous European and international research collaborations, backed by a dynamic international policy.
Real solutions to innovation challenges
As a founding member of Université Paris-Saclay, the School partners with other member universities and grandes écoles to respond to calls for proposals.
ENS Paris-Saclay is involved in six competitiveness clusters and two theme-based research networks, and has established more than 100 international agreements.
60 industrial agreements
Research partnerships with large industrial groups, SMEs or start-ups focus on technological breakthroughs with significant short- or medium-term impact.
Collaboration can take several forms, including research projects, joint research laboratories and research Chairs, and is furthered through industrial funding for PhD research (CIFRE agreements).
ENS Paris-Saclay is also involved in IDEX projects (Université Paris-Saclay's Investments of the Future programme): six Labexes, four Equipexes and five Lidexes.
The School's projects
ENS Paris-Saclay contributes to the research eco-system by conducting projects as part of both industrial and French National Research Agency (publicly funded) research agreements. Current projects include:
- ANR Cyanospray
- "Industrial Data Analytics & Machine Learning" Chair
- Joint laboratory: Thales Research & Technology and Aimé Cotton Laboratory
- CORAC (Council for Civil Aeronautics Research)