Members and associates

Paris-Est Sup groups together 16 institutions characterized by the diversity of their missions and their ministerial links.

Member institutions of Paris-Est Sup

École des Ponts ParisTech, created in 1747 under the name École Royale des Ponts et Chaussées, is a higher education establishment that trains engineers to a high level of scientific, technical and general competency. Apart from civil engineering and spatial planning, historically the source of its prestige, the School develops high-quality programs and research associated with the energy transition.

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L'EnvA est l'un des douze établissements publics d'enseignement supérieur agronomique, vétérinaire et forestier sous la tutelle du ministère de l'agriculture et de l'alimentation, avec une co-tutelle du ministère chargé de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche. Créée en 1766 par Claude Bourgelat, pionnier de l'institutionnalisation de l'enseignement vétérinaire, à Maisons-Aflort, l'École a pour mission l'enseignement, la recherche fondamentale, appliquée et clinique, les questions sanitaires, la coopération internationale dans ses domaines d'étude, l'information scientifique ainsi que la promotion d'un patrimoine hors du commun.

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Université Gustave Eiffel was born out of the merger of Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée and IFSTTAR, the Institute for European Research on Cities and Regions, Transport and Civil Engineering. It includes a school of architecture, EAV&T, and three engineering schools, EIVP, ENSG Géomatique and ESIEE Paris. By creating for the first time in France a three-way partnership between a university, research organisations and schools of architecture and engineering , it will have the specific purpose of fostering national and international partnerships to meet the major societal challenges generated by the profound changes in urban areas, which are already home to 55% of mankind.

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With its 7 faculties, 8 schools and institutes, 1 observatory and 32 research laboratories, UPEC has been present in all fields of knowledge since 1970. A major multidisciplinary and highly internationalized university of the Paris region, it hosts over 36,000 students.

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Associate institutions of Paris-Est Sup

ANSES undertakes monitoring, expert assessment, research and reference activities in a broad range of topics that encompass human health, animal health and well-being, and plant health. It offers a cross-cutting perspective on health issues by assessing health risks and benefits, often through the prism of the human and social sciences. Its monitoring, vigilance and surveillance work provides input for risk assessment.  

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L’Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) est le Centre hospitalo-universitaire (CHU) d’Île-de-France et le 1er en Europe. Avec 39 hôpitaux, réunis en 12 groupes hospitaliers (dont le groupe hospitalier Albert Chenevier-Henri Mondor) et une fédération du polyhandicap, l’AP-HP propose des soins et des prises en charge adaptés aux besoins de santé de proximité, en lien avec les acteurs sanitaires et médico-sociaux de la région.

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The mission of the Scientific and Technical Center for Building (CSTB) is to ensure the quality and safety of buildings. It brings together multidisciplinary skills to develop and share essential scientific and technical knowledge covering construction products and buildings, and their integration into neighborhoods and cities. It guides skateholders in the cycle of innovation from idea to market and supports the transformation of the construction sector in the context of the digital, environmental and energy transitions. The CSTB focuses on five key activities: research and expertise, evaluation, certification, testing and the dissemination of knowledge.

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Créée en 1969, de la scission de la section "architecture" de l'école nationale supérieure des beaux-arts,  l'école nationale supérieure d'architecture de Paris-Belleville (ENSAPB dénomination 2005) fonde son enseignement sur un principe : un socle de connaissances lié à une authentique culture du projet. Elle s'est bâtie sur une série d'accords fondamentaux.

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Since 1891, ESTP Paris has been the leading school in the construction sector in the broadest sense of the word: design, construction, and building and infrastructure management. Our priority from the very outset has been to combine teaching excellence with programmes tailored to the technical and managerial requirements of industry. Digital technologies are facilitating the rapid development of intelligent buildings and smart cities, and sustainable development is driving the emergence of responsible senior managers who are building the world of the future. 

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Créé le 1er janvier 2000 par la loi du 1er juillet 1998, l’Etablissement français du sang (EFS) est l’opérateur civil unique de la transfusion sanguine en France. Il s’investit par ailleurs dans de nombreuses activités, comme les analyses de biologie médicale, la thérapie cellulaire et tissulaire ou la recherche. Placé sous la tutelle du ministère de la Santé, sa mission première, qui est une mission de service public, est d’assurer l’autosuffisance de la France en produits sanguins dans des conditions de sécurité et de qualité optimales.

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Situé au cœur de la ville, l'Hôpital Intercommunal de Créteil est un établissement à dimension universitaire, animé par la volonté forte de placer le patient au cœur de son action. Hôpital de proximité, ce dernier comprend le service d’urgence le plus important du Val de Marne : il totalise près de 115 000 passages en 2016. L’établissement, membre du groupement hospitalier de territoire Confluence, est également un hôpital de recours, conventionné par la Faculté de Médecine Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne, pour neuf disciplines hospitalo-universitaires : la gynécologie et l’obstétrique, l’ophtalmologie, l’ORL, la néonatalogie, les pathologies professionnelles, la pédiatrie, la pneumologie et la pédopsychiatrie (5e secteur). Il offre une prise en charge pointue en cancérologie.

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IGN is the official reference for geographic and forest information in France, certified to be neutral and interoperable. The institute is constantly developing new reference databases, products and geoservices, to meet the country's growing and changing needs for map data and geographic information. IGN is a public administrative establishment placed under the joint authority of the Ministers in charge of the environment, energy and the sea, and agriculture, agribusiness and forestry.

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Founded in 1964, Inserm is a public scientific and technological institute which operates under the joint authority of the French Ministries of Health and Research. The institute is dedicated to biomedical research and human health, and is involved in the entire range of activities from the laboratory to the patient’s bedside. It also partners with the most prestigious research institutions in the world that are committed to scientific challenges and progress in these fields.

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The mission of the FCBA, an industrial technical centre, is to promote technical progress and contribute to improving performance and guaranteeing quality within the industry. Its scope includes all of the industries related to forests, pulp, wood and furniture: forestry, pulp, logging/forest exploitation, sawmills, carpentry, woodwork, framework, wood panelling, furniture, packaging and various products. It also works with suppliers in these sectors.

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Founded in 1967, the LRMH (Laboratoire de recherche des monuments historiques) is today a national service of the Ministry of Culture and Communication (General heritage direction). Its mission is to provide a scientific and technical assistance to the works of conservation and restoration of historical monuments, whether they are buildings, great decorative sets or movable works. It rises to this fundamental task through the scientific advice it brings to restoration project managers and contracting authorities (scientific and technical control from the State), as well as the studies it leads on public monuments and major works, and the research it conducts on the conservation of cultural heritage.

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Santé publique France est l’agence nationale de santé publique. Etablissement public administratif sous tutelle du ministère chargé de la Santé, l’agence a été créée par le décret n° 2016-523 du 27 avril 2016 et fait partie de la loi de modernisation du système de santé (loi n°2016-41 du 26 janvier 2016). Santé publique France a pour mission de protéger efficacement la santé des populations. Une mission qui s'articule autour de trois axes majeurs : anticiper, comprendre, agir.

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