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December 02 2019

Grenoble team does well at iGEM

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A team of engineering students from Grenoble headed to Boston in late November compete in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition. The team, which included four students from Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma, entered their invention, the Neurodrop teardrop test kit for Parkinson’s disease, into the contest. Neurodrop was nominated for track awards in three […] >>

December 02 2019

Changes to Grenoble Institute of Technology SICOM major

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The SICOM (Signal, Image, Communication, and Multimedia) major common to Grenoble Institute of Technology schools Phelma and Ense3 prepares future engineers capable of developing projects that involve signal processing, electronics, and IT. The curriculum, which has been around for a decade, was recently updated to incorporate additional course content on data science and artificial intelligence. […] >>

December 02 2019

A year of flipped classrooms at Phelma

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A first-year electronics course at Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school has been taught using a “flipped classroom” approach for a year now. The goal was to find more time in the curriculum for students to play an active role in their learning. The initiative was put forward by Fanny Poinsotte and Nicolas Ruty, […] >>

December 02 2019

Interview: Nadine Commenges-Bernole, Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma faculty

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Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma faculty member Nadine Commenges-Bernole is a certified Non-violent Communication coach. She coordinates a student support center at the school. “Our mission is to provide emotional support to the students who need it.”   Tell us about the student support center Phelma opened at the beginning of the academic year. As faculty, […] >>

October 01 2019

Grenoble Institute of Technology programs bring in even more IoT

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On October 10, 2019, five engineers and a PhD employed at Grenoble-area companies (Schneider Electric, Dolphin Integration, and Euromaster) will begin a new continuing education program on the Internet of Things. The ten-month, 150-hour Grenoble Institute of Technology program, taught by Phelma and Ensimag faculty, combines classroom and hands-on learning. Participants will earn a certificate […] >>
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