History

EURECOM THROUGH THE years....
 

 

2021

 

     Two new academic members join the EURECOM Consortium in January 2021:

  • EDHEC Business School, based in Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore, and counting 100 nationalities on its campuses and partnerships with 280 leading universities around the world,
  • Liège University (Belgium), and more particularly its Electrical and Computer Engineering department (EECS)

2020

  • Since January 2020, TU WIEN (Austria) is a new academic member of EURECOM Consortium. As one of the major European Universities TU Wien is a new key partner for EURECOM's prestigious academic network.
  • ITMO St. Petersburg (Russia) join the Consortium in July 2020.

2015

 

  • Czech Technical University (Czech Republic) join the Consortium.

2014

 

  • Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden) becomes a member of EURECOM consortium.

2013

 

  • IABG becomes a member of the EURECOM Consortium as well as the Principality of Monaco as institutional member

2012

 

  • EURECOM celebrates its 20 years anniversary and moves to campus STIC

2009

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technolgy, NTNU Trondheim, one of the most prestigious European universities, becomes a member of EURECOM consortium.
  • Two new industrial members in the EURECOM Consortium : Symantec and Monaco Telecom

2008

  • The company AMADEUS, global leader of technology solutions for the suppliers travel industry, launched a research partnership with EURECOM

2007

  • The German company SAP, world’s leading provider of business software, has launched a research partnership with EURECOM
  • Technische Universität München TUM, one of the most prestigious European universities, becomes a member of the GIE

2006

  • Cisco Systems and BMW Group Research and Technology become members of the GIE
  • Graduation of the first class of the Master of Science curriculum

2005

  • Texas Instruments and Fondation Hasler leave the GIE
  • Graduation of the first 2-year curriculum class

2004

  • Sharp becomes a member of the GIE

2003

  • Motorola leaves the GIE
  • EURECOM's curriculum adopts the new European standards called LMD

2002

  • EURECOM celebrates its 10th anniversary. Eurecom enters the Concours Commun Mines-Ponts labeled on "TELECOM ParisTech cursus Sophia Antipolis"

2001

  • Three new partners for EURECOM : Bouygues Télécom, STMicroelectronics and l'Helsinki University of Technology

2000

  • Ulrich Finger becomes director

1999

  • IBM France leaves the consortium

1998

  • Texas Instruments becomes a GIE member
  • EURECOM houses its first start up

1997

  • France Télécom, Motorola and Hitachi become GIE members
  • Mobile communications unit set up the open software radio platform

1996

  • Cegetel (now SFR) becomes a GIE member

1995

  • IBM France joins the GIE
  • Constantinos Papadias, phd student, becomes the first "EURECOM Doctor"
  • DEA "Réseaux et Systèmes Distribués" was created

1994

  • Thomson-CSF (Thales) and Politecnico de Turin enter the GIE
  • EURECOM receives the "IEEE Major Educational Innovation Award", it was the first time this prize was granted to a school outside the United States.
  • The 56 k/s modem patent is sold to Motorola
  • EURECOM experiments the first trans-European ATM platform

1993

  • First graduation ceremony

1992

  • EURECOM welcomes its first class of students

1991

  • L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunication and l'Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) jointly found the EURECOM consortium.
  • Swisscom and Fondation HASLER (Group Ascom) join the GIE