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Research and innovation at ESEO is carried out by ESEO-TECH, the school’s research laboratory. It is composed of:

  • 30 researchers
  • 4 research engineers and experienced technicians
  • 1 mechatronics workshop

Research at ESEO


ESEO counts approximately 30 associate professors involved in research activities and organised in 5 research teams. These research teams are affiliated to recognised research laboratories and thus have strong links with these labs and the universities they belong to. Since 2015, researchers from ESEO have been involved in the supervision of over 30 PhD students per year, have authored over 270 publications and have been part of several funded research and innovation projects each year. For example in recent years:

  • 2 European Projects
    • PREST :
    • PETER :
  • 6 ANR Projects funded by the French National Research Agency
    and V3EA
  • numerous projects funded by the Loire Valley Region such as COSINUS, OPTIMODON, CaMi, Nitrat, VAGABOND, EVENT-AI, E-Bride, IRPIDAS.

Research activities are organised around research teams working on Electronics or Computer Science related subjects:

AGE (Automation and Electrical Engineering) works in the field of control-command applied to electrical engineering. The work carried out by the AGE team is closely related to the teaching activities of the "Energy and Environment" major, and is complementary to that of the laboratory IREENA of the University of Nantes located in Saint-Nazaire.
Publications of the AGE team can be found on HAL open archives.


ÉRIS (Information Systems) has two main research areas. The Data, Intelligence and Decision (DID) team works on decision support systems, notably recommendation systems. It focuses on the application domain of Smart Cities. The Model Driven Engineering team studies model transformations for the development of embedded systems.

The ÉRIS team working in the field of machine learning is affiliated to LERIA, belonging to the Universtiy of Angers (Computer Science Research and Studies Laboratory.
Researchers of the ÉRIS team involved in model driven engineering also have strong links with Lab-STICC laboratory from ENSTA Bretagne in Brest.
Recent publications of the ÉRIS team can be found on HAL open archives.



GSII (Signal, Imaging and Instrumentation) works on signal and image processing for measurement, instrumentation and sensor development.

This field is perfectly in line with ESEO’s "historical" activities, both in the pedagogical aspect and in technology transfer, and relies on the skills of the lecturer-researchers in analogue, low and high frequency electronics, embedded systems and real-time information processing tools and methods (DSP and FPGA).
The GSII research team is affiliated to the LAUM, a CNRS laboratory located at the University of Le Mans (Acoustics Laboratory of Le Mans University). They also carried out various projects in the field of biomedical, structural health monitoring and geophysics with IPGP.
Publications of the GSII team can be found on HAL open archives.

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RF-EMC (Radio Hyperfrequency and Electromagnetic Compatibility) works on new generation communicating devices and systems. It specifically focuses on antennas & associated devices, EMC modelling and measurement, characterisation and design of circuits and systems in hybrid and monolithic technology.

The RF-EMC team is affiliated to the IETR (Electronics and Digital Technologies Institute ( IETR is a CNRS research institute that spreads over several universities and schools in the West of France (Pays de la Loire and  Bretagne /  University Gustave Eiffel amongst others)
Publications of the RF-EMC team can be found on HAL open archives.

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Paris-Vélizy is our latest research team which is currently being put in place. Its main research projects will be involve the fields of computer science.