Through this project, the two institutions aim to strengthen the expertise of future engineers in the field of complex and sustainable engineering, drawing on the know-how of the Artelia engineering group, which is one of the European leaders in the sector, and the educational excellence of ESITC Caen, a leading engineering school founded in 1993 and specialising in building and civil engineering
The chair was signed on Monday 30 November by Benoît Clocheret, Executive Chairman of Artelia, and Jérôme Lebrun, Director of ESITC Caen. The agreement marks the school's desire to train engineers with increased levels of skills and expertise in the key sectors for the construction industry of tomorrow. With this chair, engineering students will have access to enhanced teaching in the field of complex and sustainable engineering - up to 100 hours of courses per year, provided by expert speakers appointed by Artelia. Wishing to invest in the transmission of knowledge and skills, the Artelia Group will host interns and engineering students from ESITC Caen as apprentices.
The two partners are also committed to collaborating on innovation and R&D projects such as the Cherloc project, which recently brought together Artelia and ESITC Caen, as well as the University of Caen, the maritime works company MARC S.A, the Ports of Normandy and Cerema.