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CEA Tech

CEA Tech is the CEA’s technology research unit, developing a broad portfolio of technologies for ICTs, security, energy and healthcare. CEA Tech leverages a unique innovation-driven culture and expertise to develop and disseminate new technologies for industry, effectively bridging the gap between the worlds of research and business. CEA Tech also provides businesses with access to Key Enabling Technologies developed by other CEA operating divisions.


Mines Saint-Etienne

Mines Saint-Étienne, "École de l’Institut Mines Télécom", is under the supervision of the French Ministry of Economy and Finance which is in charge of Education, Research and Innovation as well as transfer and scientific, technical and industrial culture. Mines Sainte Etienne features 2 000 students, 420 staff employees, 50 M€ budget, 2 campus (Saint-Étienne and Gardanne), 5 Research and Education Centers, 7 Research laboratories and 1 CCSTI « La Rotonde ». The G. Charpak Provence campus in Gardanne is a #IoT campus from Mines Saint-Étienne with an engineering course for microelectronics and IT. The school develops new microelectronics technologies for the IoT, for materials, for health applications, for cybersecurity and industrial engineering. A 600 sqm clean room is hosting the Micro-PackS platform and a TEAM is available for startups support. At term, the platform for smart object prototyping ID-Fab will be available. All these ressources are specially dedicted to Region SUD companies.



Inria, 2 400 employees, is the French national Research Institute dedicated to digital sciences. It enhances scientific excellence and transfer for a larger impact. 200 project teams, mixed with universities involve more than 3000 scientists to face the challenges of ICT and mathematics. Inria works together with a large number of corporates and helped the creation of more than 160 startups. Since 1981, Inria has been developing in Sophia Antipolis reaching 500 scientists spread in 35 research teams.


ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée

The "Institut Supérieur de l’Électronique et du Numérique Yncréa Méditerranée" (ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée) is an engineering school based in Toulon (1991), Marseille (2014) and Nîmes (2016). The school delivers a post graduate 5 year general engineer training, for campus students or in-house education or continuing education in cooperation with the ITII Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur. The school's domains are ICT and systems of electrical engineering, all together named Electronics and Digital from micrelectronics to cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence. In 2018, the school welcomed 721 students.