Innovation through Physics and Engineering

Engineering and Innovation through Physical Sciences, High-technologies, and cross-dIsciplinary research

Welcome to EIPHI Graduate School

The University of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté provides a new international integrated MSc/PhD program called EIPHI standing for “Engineering and Innovation through Physical Sciences, High-technologies, and cross-dIsciplinary research”, starting in September 2018.

The outstanding students in this graduate school will acquire a solid background in various topics, ranging from fundamental to applied sciences, allowing them to build a successful career in R&D sectors.

Based on the eastern border of France close to switzerland and Germany, the Graduate School is fonded on three top ranking internationnal research laboratories, FEMTO-ST, ICB and IMB.

 

Latest news

John Dudley awarded by the international Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE)

He obtains the "SPIE Harold E. Edgerton" Award 2019 for pioneering applications based on ultra-short light pulses in optical fibers.

Jean-Antoine Seon : awarded with the 2nd national PHD prize in robotics

Jean Antoine was distinguished on November 22th at the CNRS headquarters for his pioneer international work on a micro robotic dextral hand.

Best Presentation Award at ISIF Symposium 2017

There is a strong research effort within EIPHI on depositing and micro-nano-structuring single-crystal functional thin films on various substrates.

Where are we with frequency-comb generation?

Whispering-gallery mode optical resonators are devices made from transparent glass- or crystalline disks, spheres or rings of typically mm- to 50-µm-diameters.

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