Platforms and partnerships with laboratories

Cluster MEDEE

The Cluster MEDEE is a French network bringing together companies (from SMEs to large groups), universities and laboratories.Since 2002, MEDEE has gathered its members around collaborative R&D projects in electrical engineering in industry.The cluster is half funded by French State Institutions and half funded by its members’ contribution.



Created in 1989, the laboratory L2EP (EA 2697) was born from the will of 4 partner institutions: the University of Science and Technology of Lille , Arts et Métiers ParisTech , the Ecole Centrale de Lille , and  Hautes Etudes d’Ingénieur  (HEI)  to bring together at the heart of the same laboratory all research activities in  Electrical Engineering.



The Electrotechnical Systems and Environement Research Lab (LSEE) is specialized in electrical engineering. The group activities are focused on the components of electrical machines: from the magnetic circuit conductors to mechanical components.



LAMIH UMR CNRS 8201 (Laboratory of Industrial and Human Automation control, Mechanical engineering and Computer Science) is a joint research unit between University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambresis (UVHC) and National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). Its new structure since January 1st 2015 comes from the fusion with the Laboratory TEMPO EA 4542 Carnot ARTS. The new LAMIH is divided in four scientific departments clearly identified: Automation and Control, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and Human and Life Sciences (SHV).