THE EUROPEAN PROJECT SEMESTER

This original programme (EPS) for engineering students is offered by a network of 19 universities in 13 countries across Europe. For one semester, students will follow courses and carry out group work on industrial projects entirely in English. The  only school in France to offer this, ENIT plays host to between 15 and 20 students each semester and sends some of its students to the institutions in the network. ENIT offers this programme twice a year (fall and spring sessions).

 

In this semester, students will develop:

  • Multicultural awareness
  • Teamwork
  • Language and communication skills
  • Industrial experience

 

 

 

  

PROJECTS OFFERS:

 

  •  Fall 2022

1. Local Electricity Production

2. Printed horse saddle tree

3. Development of marine plastic wastes biodegradation solutions

4. Investigation of technical solutions to disassemble structural adhesive bonding links to enable dismounting & recycling product after there service life

5. Development of a 3D printing solution to process and recycle marine plastic wastes

  •  Spring 2022

1. Economic measuring arm

2. Investigation of technical solutions to disasemble structural adhesive bonding links to enable dismounting & recycling products after their service life

3. Development of marine plastic wastes biodegradation solutions

4. Blue Print IV - Development of a 3D printing solution to process and recycle marine plastic wastes

  •  Fall 2021

1. Blue Print III - Development of a 3D solution to process and recycle marine PET ( Polythylene terephthalate)wastes

2. Development of marine plastic wastes biodegradation solution

3. Investigation of technical solutions to disassemble structural adhesive bonding links to enable dismounting & recycling product after there service life

4. Robotic machining in the industry 4.0

  • Spring 2021

 

1. Retrofit 3D printer

2. Blue Print II - Development of a 3D printing solution to process and recycle marine PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) wastes

3. Development of marine plastic wastes biodegradation solutions

4. Vulnepyr - Mapping the vulnerability of an urban area to seismic risk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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