A leading teaching and research institution in the fields of information and communication technologies (ICT)
EURECOM is a Graduate school and Research Centre in Communication Systems located in the Sophia Antipolis technology park (French Riviera), a major European place for telecommunications activities.
It was founded in 1991 in a consortium form [GIE] that allowed EURECOM to build a large network of renowned academic and industrial partners. The “Institut Mines Telecom” is a founding member of EURECOM consortium. EURECOM research teams are made up of international experts, recruited at the highest level, whose work is regularly honored and has earned international recognition.
Current members of EURECOM consortium :
Orange, ST Microelectronics, BMW Group Research & Technology, Symantec, Monaco Telecom, SAP, IABG.
Telecom ParisTech, Aalto University (Helsinki), Chalmers University of Technology, Politecnico di Torino, Technische Universität München (TUM), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Principality of Monaco
Our 3 fundamental missions:
High level education
EURECOM provides graduate and postgraduate courses in communication systems and offers three Master of Sciences programs entirely dedicated to foreign students. In 2012, EURECOM opened two Post Master's degrees in booming sectors: Security for Computer Systems and Communication and Communication for Intelligent Transportation Systems.
EURECOM is involved with several doctoral schools and offers PhD students a central role by placing them at the very heart of the research dynamic. They benefit from a high-quality academic and working environment. They can do exploratory research on emerging subjects in the broad field of communication systems.
- Opening towards more high-level universities to reinforce network and international collaboration.
- Developing research in emerging fields and reinforcing areas of expertise.
- Reinforcing EURECOM’s position as a player of innovation process through its research with industry.
- In 2012, EURECOM moved to a new building of 7 560 m2 on the SophiaTech Campus shared with Inria, CNRS and the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
The Institut Mines Telecom is a founding partner of the consortium
2013 Activity report
250 master students
65 PhD students
7 study tracks
3 International master curriculum
2 Post master degrees
an alumni network of 2000 graduates
11.2 M€ de budget
- with a project turnover of 5,2 m.
148 persons in research and teaching
- 120 scientists (including 62 doctoral students and 23 academic staff)
- 28 administratives and supports
- 27 nationalities
104 contracts managed during the year 2013
- 27 europeans contracts
- 29 national contracts
- 46 industrial contracts
268 scientific international publications
- 121 cosigned with foreign institutions
- 17 thesis defended
- average H-number 20