A local population (1.2 million inhabitants) younger and more qualified than the national average 45,000 businesses including leading groups : Sanofi, Alcatel, Renault, Sofinco, Carrefour, Accor, Safran (Snecma) Technological and high-tech industrial activities : biotech and life sciences ; ICT ; electronics and optics ; environmental activities Evry : easy to get to A6 highway and the Francilienne ring road 2 regional rail stations (“RER”, lines D), Evry Courcouronnes and Bras-de-Fer / (...)
The University of Évry Val d’Essonne (UEVE) was founded in 1991 at the heart of the city of Évry as part of the development of higher learning in the Ile-de-France administrative region. It is a multidisciplinary university emphasizing career-oriented teaching in coherence with its immediate economic and social environment. UEVE offers its approximately 10,000-strong student body more than 160 academic curricula, more than half of which are career-specific, in such fields as science, (...)
Évry Sciences and Innovation is a multidisciplinary hub that federates greater-Évry stakeholders in higher learning and research with a collective objective of promoting scientific excellence and developing the area’s capacity for innovation through shared projects. Its members : Centre des Matériaux of MINES ParisTech South Ile-de-France Medical Center (CHSF) ENSIEE (Ecole nationale supérieure d’informatique pour l’industrie et l’entreprise) Genopole Télécom SudParis Télécom Ecole de (...)
The South Ile-de-France Medical Center (CHSF) responds to the medical needs of a vast area comprising 600,000 inhabitants : 1,000 beds 37 hospitalization units 20 operating rooms 130 consultation rooms For Genopole, CHSF provides : the presence of a medical community open to research, and an opportunity to get therapeutic innovations closer to the patient.