• Global Challenges Science Week 2019
    International interdisciplinary days of Grenoble Alpes - From 3 to 6 June 2019

    The Global Challenges Science Week 2019 is a major event gathering more than 600 French and international scientists, PhD students, experts as well as public and private stakeholders.
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  • As part of the QuEnG Seminar - Computer Science, we are pleased to welcome Gilles Zémor, from the Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux who is researching information theory, notably error-correcting codes, both classical and quantum, along with the applications of coding to cryptography.
  • The first edition of the Global Challenges Science Week 2019 will take place from June 3rd to 6th, 2019 in the World Trade Center of Grenoble.
  • IBM and Grenoble INP - Ensimag join forces to participate in the quantum revolution
    Education, Information and Communication sciences and technology, Mathematics, Partnerships, IDEX Project, Physics, International, Engineering sciences
    on the March 6, 2019
    IBM, a major player in digital business transformation projects, is a partner ofGrenoble INP - Ensimag to allow the school's engineering students to have access to the computers of the future.
  • ESONN is a three-week course aimed at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists from universities and laboratories, all around the world, in the field of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies.
  • The QuCube project, winner of the ERC Synergy Grant call for proposals, will receive 14 million euros over six years to build a quantum processor. Taking place in three Grenoble research institutes (CEA-Leti, INAC and Institut Néel) and involving scientists from CEA, CNRS and UGA, QuCube combines industrial level silicon technologies and strong skills in basic research.

An ecosystem for quantum technologies

Quantum Engineering Grenoble aims to foster an ecosystem for quantum technologies, connecting science, the humanities and entrepreneurship. Building on the unique concentration of expertises in Grenoble, our project will train outstanding students to become the future quantum engineers.

Together, we will investigate the whole spectrum of challenges, from the industrial transfer of a quantum processor to the philosophical and societal implications of quantum theory and technologies.