As part of the Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Institute since 2006, Telecom SudParis is certified with the Carnot Label, awarded by the ANR. This represents recognition of the school’s ability to undertake balanced partnership research, for the benefit of companies as well as the academic world.
Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Institute (fr) received Carnot Institute certification in 2006 and is the first national-scale “Science and Technology of Information and Communication” Carnot Institute.
With over 100 researchers, Telecom SudParis is focused on the technical, economic and social implications of the digital transition, especially around the issues of smart devices, networks and media of the future, uses and services, personal autonomy and health, the environment, and safety.
Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Institute is certified with the Carnot Label, which represents:
- Long-term commitment to companies,
- Actions and funding to fulfill these commitments,
- A network structure based around a certain theme, in our case, digital technology,
- Financial support from the ANR, on the basis of effective results and rigorous evaluation.
Tools supporting members in their actions:
- The Carnot Charter: outlining all the values shared by the Carnot Institutes for quality partnership research.
- The Carnot IP Charter: framing best practices around intellectual property, and knowledge and technology transfer.
The Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Institute has also implemented specific tools:
- a one-stop office(fr), support for areas of expertise and the 11 component members’ platforms.
- 12 platforms (fr) that have received particular recognition in the form of certification with a label of excellence, “Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Platform”, including the Telecom SudParis Cybersecurity and Health Platforms.
→ Read about the European collaborative research project, “VARIoT”, on cybersecurity for smart devices, in which Telecom SudParis is participating.
→ Read about the Hadaptic / EVIDENT project (fr) at Telecom SudParis, around digital tools for the development of support systems for dependent people, such as the elderly suffering from neurodegenerative diseases or physically and mentally disabled individuals