ENSAIT’s research collaborations

Laboratory teacher-researchers are currently supervising approximately fifteen doctoral theses. 

All PhD students are funded through CIFRE contracts (French Industrial Research Training Agreement) with companies, collective research projects, or foreign scholarships.



Doctoral Thesis 

The PhD student works on an innovation project for 36 months following their Master of Research Degree. The student is given scientific guidance from a member of the GEMTEX Laboratory (ENSAIT’s laboratory) when carrying out their work and also benefits from the institution’s cutting edge technologies. The student is a business employee and receives an employment contract. Monitoring is performed regularly by both the thesis supervisor and the industrial manager.  

Information related to public funding for the employment of recent PhD students is available at: www.anrt.asso.fr

For further information related to the doctoral thesis

Contact : gemtex@ensait.fr 

Research and international links



Since becoming an international laboratory, GEMTEX has gained significant momentum through increasingly accepting post-doctoral researchers and visiting professors from foreign partner laboratories and through introducing co-supervised doctoral theses studies, the coordination of European and International projects and teacher-researchers in recognised research laboratories (USA, Australia, Italy).


Contact : gemtex@ensait.fr 



Technology transfer unit 

Known as EUGENIE, the role of this technology transfer unit is to:  

- Administer the transfer of technology to industry (depending on requirements)

- Implement research policy objectives through the coordination of private contracts. EUGÉNIE deals with all contractual matters on a B2B basis.


Contact: eu-genie@ensait.fr





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