Arts et Métiers ParisTech students assigned to CEA Tech
Categorie(s) : Education, News, Research
Published : 4 February 2019
Since October, three Masters students from engineering school Arts et Métiers ParisTech have been coming to CEA Tech to complete their work-study placements. All three are part of the first cohort of the school’s new Innov’ance work-study program.
One of the students is working at Clinatec on a prosthetic hand for Leti’s exoskeleton project. The other two have been assigned to CEA Tech’s regional branches in Metz and Bordeaux.
The CEA has had a partnership with the school since 2013; however, it is the first time students have come to CEA Tech for their work-study placements. CEA Tech would like to see the program expand, bringing more of the school’s highly-qualified engineers to the organization. Currently, of the 4,600 CEA Tech employees, just 30 are graduates of the prestigious Arts et Métiers ParisTech engineering school.