The École des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux is a leading engineering college answerable to the Minister of State for Industry. It is a member of the Toulouse University (120,000 students) and of the Institut Mines-Télécom, a network with longstanding experience in training future top management for cutting edge industrial and industrial service companies. The Institut Mines-Télécom’s is one of the the leading higher education and research forces in engineering in France with:
- 13 « Grandes Ecoles » (Engineering Schools)
- 12,000 students (of which 1,600 are PhD students)
- 3,500 graduates per year
The École des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux, founded in 1992, is the last “Grande Ecole” created into the Institut Mines-Télécom. As its core professional orientation, the School has elected concentrate on Materials and Energy Transformation Processes on one hand, and on Industrial Engineering and Information Technologies on the other hand.
90% of the School's permanent teaching staff are also researchers actively working in laboratories at the School's research centers; they are therefore strongly grounded in both teaching and research. One of the School's most notable features is its major commitment to research, which is structured around 3 research centers: (1) the Tools, Materials and Processes Research Center, (2) the Divided Solids Process Engineering Laboratory, and (3) the Industrial Engineering Center that co-organizes the I-ESA 2014 conference with the InterOP-VLab.
The conference will be held on the Mines Albi main campus:Campus Jarlard
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