Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University

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Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University
Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Logo 250 UVSQ.JPG
Motto La dynamique de la connaissance et de l'innovation
The dynamics of knowledge and innovation
Established 1991
Type Public University (EPCSP)
Endowment €166 M
President Jean-Luc Vayssière (Since 2012)
Vice-president Stéphane Delaplace
Administrative staff
Students 19,000 (in 2012)[1]
658 (in 2012)
Location Versailles, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
Campus Versailles,
Le Chesnay,
Nickname UVSQ
Affiliations Advancity,
Cosmetic Valley,
Systematic Paris-Region,
Université du grand ouest parisien,
UniverSud Paris

Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, UVSQ) is a French public university created in 1991, located in the department of Yvelines and since 2002 in Hauts-de-Seine. It is mainly located in the cities of Versailles, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Mantes-en-Yvelines and Vélizy-Villacoublay / Rambouillet, with a total of eight campuses. It is one of the five universities of the Academy of Versailles.[n 1]

It is one of the four universités nouvelles (new universities)[n 2] inaugurated in Île-de-France region after the plan université 2000 (2000 University project). It has 19,000 students, 752 staff people and 1,389 teachers and researchers. 285 teachers outside of the university come each year to provide courses.

The subjects taught are the exact sciences, the social sciences, the political sciences, engineering, technology and medicine. It also provide courses concerning the relationship between economy, ethics, natural environment and sustainable development.


From Versailles adjunct to the université 2000 project[edit]

Some Parisian universities had anticipated the decree of the Ministry of National Education and had relocated part of their activities in Paris aire urbaine. In fact, experiencing a significant increase of their numbers, they begin to open new locations to alleviate their main campuses. Thus, an antenna of the Pierre and Marie Curie University is created in Versailles in 1987.[2] Dedicated to Sciences, it joined in the Yvelines the law annex of Nanterre established two years earlier at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.

In the mean time, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research program as part of French higher education modernization plan called "Université 2000" the creation of new universities.

The Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University is officially created 22 July 1991 from these two centers of delocalized of the Pierre and Marie Curie University and Paris West University Nanterre La Défense.[3]


The university has structures and bodies in 1996. End of 1996, it fate its special status to join the regime of the law of 1984, as well as other French universities. UVSQ elects its instances and its first President, Michel Garnier, at the beginning of 1997. He sets up the final structure (board of directors, scientific council, student life council) which then proceeded to his election. It is then the turn of Dominique Gentile to be at the President of the university, from 1997 to 2002.[4]

This period is marked by a strong evolution of the French higher education and the university took the opportunity to consolidate : creation of the Doctoral colleges, structuring the plateau de Saclay, prefiguration of UniverSud Paris and the advent of technological courses. The creation of the IUT of Mantes-la-Jolie in 2001 (formerly annex of the IUT of Vélizy) is one year preceding the opening of the Institut universitaire professionnalisé in arts, sciences, culture and media.

It is also during this period that of the college of Medicine of the Paris Descartes University is relocated at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, renamed « Paris-Île-de-France-Ouest  » (PIFO).[5]

Recent developments[edit]

In 2002, the university has a new President. Sylvie Faucheux is nominated. The university applies the réforme LMD to its courses in 2004.[6] The CFA d'Alembert is created at Guyancourt in 2006. The year 2007 shows the removal of the Unité de formation et de recherche médicale Paris Île-de-France Ouest (PIFO) to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and the creation, with Paris-Sud 11 University and École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, of UniverSud Paris.

2010 is also the year of the reorganization of the humanities and social sciences college of UVSQ. He disappears to make way for four new colleges : institut des études culturelles (cultural studies institute), institut supérieur de management (management institute), institut de langues et études internationales (languages and international studies institute) and social sciences research institute.

The university is entering a phase of expansion and the development of the plateau de Saclay is the main goal. The UVSQ becomes founding member of UniverSud Paris but also of the foundation for scientific cooperation foreshadowing the future Paris-Saclay research-intensive cluster. A partnership with Cergy-Pontoise University is studied in 2011.[7] Thus, the Université du grand ouest parisien is created in February 2012.[8] An Institut d'études politiques commons to both universities is also being studied.[9]



Like all the établissement public à caractère scientifique, culturel et professionnel, the university is managed by a President elected by the boards of directors. He is member of the three councils of the university. Staff representatives (including academics) and external representatives, on the boards of the university, have a term of four years, student members are elected for two years.

  • The board of directors, which has 30 members, determines the policy of the institution. He is responsible for budget, jobs repartition, and the approval of agreements and conventions.[10]
  • The academic and university life council, which has 40 members, is responsible for initial training and continuing education. He helps the board of directors by asking the accreditation for new courses.[10]
  • The scientific council, which has 40 members, is responsible for research activities and development. Making the link between research and training, it gives its opinion for modification on PhD courses.[10]

Presidents history[edit]

The current President is Jean-Luc Vayssière. He is the fourth person to be the Chairman since the creation of the university. He was elected in 2012 after the resignation of Sylvie Faucheux.[11] The term of office is scheduled until April 2014.[12]

List of Presidents
Name Years
Michel Garnier 1991 to 1997
Dominique Gentile 1998 to 2002
Sylvie Faucheux 2002 to 2012
Jean-Luc Vayssière Since 2012


The University has a budget of 166 millions of euros in 2011 which represents a 16% increase compared to 2010. The University had a budget of 143 millions of euros in 2010, which is 13.1% higher than the one of 2009.[13] The budget for normal operations grew by 29.2% during the period 2007–2010. The amount of investment over the same period was about 3.3 millions in total.[14]

Employment structure except for teachers of hospital department[edit]

In 2009-2010, according to the official report published in June 2010 by the human resources department of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University employs 229 non-permanent teachers which corresponds to 119 Full-time equivalent,[15] which is 20,4% of the total teachers of the university, placing it well above the national average of 15.5%. The total number of permanent teachers is 464, including 121 university professors, 250 docents or assistants, and 93 secondary school teachers.[16]

Versailles University foundation[edit]

A partnership foundation was prepared in autumn 2008[17] and set up on 13 May 2010. It has nine founding members which have given a total of 2 million euros for the creation of the foundation:[18] the university, the centre technique des industries mécaniques (mechanical engineering technical center), the École supérieure d'ingénieurs en génie électrique (Graduate school in electrical engineering), the French Institute of Petroleum, the Institut national de recherche sur les transports et leur sécurité, and PSA Peugeot Citroën, Renault, Valeo and Safran companies.

Called Mov'eoTec,[18] it relates to transport and sustainable mobility and focuses on the following issues : reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions, reducing the number of deaths and injuries on the roads, restoring mobility to people with disability, ... Projects are funded by this foundation in four areas : the development of research infrastructure, research training, the development of cooperation and co-financing of research programs or training.[19]


According to the French code de l'éducation (educational law) which sets the legal organization of public universities in France, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University is divided into several components. There are faculties and « graduate schools and institutes ».


UVSQ has seven faculties.

The « science faculty », located at Versailles and Le Chesnay, welcomes courses in biology, universe and earth science, physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science and the Institut universitaire professionnalisé (vocational graduate Institute) in art, science, culture and media.[20] The « social science faculty », located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, welcomes courses in economy, social and economic administration, geography and social sciences.[21] The « law and political science faculty », located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, welcomes courses in law (public law, private law, legal history) and political science with 15 Master's degree, four research centers and an Institut d'études judiciaries (judicial studies institute).[22] The « Unité de formation et de recherche médicale Paris Île-de-France Ouest » (Île-de-France West medical training and research faculty), located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, is for the training of doctors and midwives.[23] The « institut des langues et des études internationales » (institute of languages and international studies), located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, has for fundamental mission the development of research and training, dissemination and use of knowledge and expertise in the field of languages, cultures and international studies.[24] The « institut d'études culturelles » (institute of cultural studies), located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, welcomes the courses in history, literature, English, Spanish.[25] The « institut supérieur de management » (higher institute of management), located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, welcomes the courses in management science, information science, communication and educational science.[26]

Graduate schools and institutes[edit]

UVSQ as a postgraduate school in engineering, ISTY, created in 1992 and which delivers two French Diplôme d'ingénieur specialized in computer science or mechatronics, both recognized by Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur.[27]

It has also two University Institutes of Technology: UIT of Vélizy[28] with an antenna at Rambouillet and UIT of Mantes-en-Yvelines, and also a Centre de formation d'apprentis (Training center for apprentices), called CFA d'Alembert, created in 2006 by UVSQ and the Versailles-Val-d'Oise-Yvelines Chamber of Commerce. It is located at Guyancourt, close to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.[29]


UVSQ has a science of the universe observatory. Located at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, it is the campus for natural environment, system science and social science courses.[30] The university is noted for its strong involvement in sustainable development.[31][32][33]

PhD graduate schools[edit]

The university has PhD graduate schools which take care of the PhD students and also of habilitation. There are five schools[34] and 102 Doctorates has been delivered in 2009.

Library and electronic documentation network[edit]

Its main library, inaugurated in June 2002, has an area of 8400 m2 and has over 100,000 books. In 2005, the university inaugurated the library of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines with an area of 7500 m2 on three levels and 1,100 reading places.[39] September 2011 saw the commissioning of the new library on the sciences campus, located in Versailles.[40] In total, the university has six academic libraries located, in addition to the campus already mentioned, on those of Vélizy, Boulogne-Billancourt, Rambouillet and Mantes,[41] consisting of about 200,000 books, 5,000 digital books and 26,000 magazines and newspapers.[42]


The university is mainly located on four campuses at Versailles, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Mantes-en-Yvelines and Vélizy-Villacoublay / Rambouillet, but has height campuses in total, on two departments and seven communes. In total, UVSQ has 160 000 m2 of buildings.[43] Versailles campus welcomes the « sciences » college and the one of computer science of ISTY. On the campus of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines are located the « law and political sciences », « social sciences », « medical research » colleges and the sciences of the universe observatory.[44] At Le Chesnay, another part of the « sciences » college is located. Vélizy-Villacoublay welcomes the IUT of Vélizy and Rambouillet an annex of it. On the campus of Mantes-la-Jolie is located the IUT of Mantes-en-Yvelines. Mantes-la-ville welcomes the mechatronics college of ISTY.[45]

Research and training[edit]


In 2012, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University offers 50 Bachelor's degree, 53 diplôme universitaire (university degree), 10 E-learning courses, 95 Master's degree, 13 diplôme universitaire de technologie (university diploma in Technology), 2 Diplôme d'Ingénieur, 1 Doctor of Medicine degree, 1 Midwifery degree and 2 diplôme d'accès aux études universitaires (access to university degree).

In 2012, the Bachelor's degree is issued in four areas : arts-humanities-languages, law-economy-management, humanities and social sciences, and science-technology-health.[46] In 2012, the Master's degree is issued in five areas : arts-humanities-languages, law-economy-management, humanities and social sciences, environmental science-territory and economics, and science-technology-health.[47]

International relations[edit]

From the beginning, the university has developed international networks such as Erasmus, the Conférence des recteurs et des principaux des universités du Québec (CREPUQ) or other partnerships with universities abroad. The number of partners is about 230 in 2011.[48] The university has welcomed 330 students from a foreign country in 2010.[49] The amount of students from Erasmus from 2003 to 2008 is between 0,41 and 0,67% of the university students, which rank the university 61/75 of the French universities for this programme.[50]

The university also welcomes foreign students who wants to obtain a French degree. In 2010, they are about 2,400, which is 13,3% of the students. They are much more in proportion in the PhD courses, where they are almost half of the students (45%).


Research activities at the university are done in 35 laboratories. 12 of them are affiliated to the French National Centre for Scientific Research. It are grouped in six departments and have a total of nearly 950 researchers and 715 PhD students.[51]

  • The « chemistry, physics, materials, renewable energy » department, center for the study of materials and solid will host in 2013 the Institut de la fiabilité des matériaux pour la mécatronique et les systèmes complexes (Institute of materials reliability for complex systems and mechatronics).[52]
  • The « environment and sustainable development » department deals with many themes: sciences, humanities, economics, medicine, ...[53]
  • The « mathematics, computer science, engineering sciences » department examines two themes: mathematics and computer and systems engineering.[54]
  • The « biology and health » department includes about 300 researchers and 1200 students of 1st year medical course. Research areas are: biology, medicine, epidemiology and population health. This pole is attached to several hospitals like Ambroise-Paré, Raymond Poincaré, Sainte-Périne, Foch, ...[54]
  • The « cultures, humanities and sciences » department with three main areas of research and training : languages and civilizations, culture and business, social sciences.[55]
  • The « institutions and organizations » department which focuses on management science, law and political science.[55]

The Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace (Pierre-Simon Laplace Institut), a research institute in global environmental sciences, located at Guyancourt, composed of six laboratories which only three are under partial guardianship of UVSQ : terrestrial and planetary study center, aeronomy department, laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (Climate science and environment laboratory).

The aeronomy department and partially the terrestrial and planetary study center merged on 1 January 2009 into the laboratoire atmosphères, milieux et observations spatiales (LATMOS, atmospheres, environments and space observations laboratory), placed under the supervision of UVSQ.

Student life[edit]

Student associations[edit]

Extra curricular activities are carried at the institutional level by a "student life council", chaired by a vice president. In September 2011, 31 associations are approved by UVSQ.[56] They cover the fields of science, social sciences and humanities, law, medicine, humanitarian-social-environment, communication, entertainment, thought and politics. A student house will open in 2013. It is designed by architect Fabienne Bulle, and will have an area of 1,730 m2 ; this building must accommodate local trade and cultural activities, a multipurpose room, an art room, and also service areas and a cafeteria.[57]


On the 14,226 students of the university in 2004, 77.1% were holder of a Baccalauréat général (general Baccalauréat), 12.3% a Baccalauréat technologique (technological Baccalauréat) and 0.7% a Baccalauréat professionnel (vocational Baccalauréat). Furthermore, 12.5% of students receive scholarships. Concerning the social origins, 49.2% of the students have a favored social origin and 20.2% a disadvantaged social backgrounds. 30.6% have an average social origin.[58]

Demographic changes[edit]

1993 1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 -
7,209[59] 9,322[59] 10,029[59] 10,200[59] 10,579[60] 10,719[59][61] 12,769[59][62] 13,295[59][62] 14,226[62] 14,765[62] 14,450[63] 13,992[64] 13,654[65] 14,623[66] 15,142[67] 15,420[68] -


The Unité de formation et de recherche médicale Paris Île-de-France Ouest (in English Paris Île-de-France West Medical Research and Training Departement; also called PIFO or Paris Ouest) is a faculty department of the Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University.[69]

PIFO left Paris Descartes University to join Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University during the year 2001/2002.[70]

It is located in Guyancourt. Associated hospitals include the Raymond Poincaré University Hospital, Ambroise-Paré Hospital, Foch Hospital, André Mignot Hospital, Poissy St-Germain Hospital, Sainte-Périne Hospital, René Huguenin Hospital. In parallel to medicine courses, two schools of midwifery are located in the PIFO department.[71]

Key people[edit]

Teachers and former teachers[edit]

Several sociologists teach or have taught at the university, including Roland Guillon,[72] known for his work on the problem of employment and capital; Laurent Mucchielli,[73] specialist in criminology including issues of crime and violence of immigrant populations; Philippe Robert,[74] specialized in the study of delinquency and deviance; and Étienne Anheim,[75] Didier Demazière and Claude Dubar.[76]

UVSQ also counts among its current or former teachers historians like Bernard Cottret,[77] honorary member of the Institut Universitaire de France; Christian Delporte, specialist in political and cultural history of the 20th-century[78] of France; Bruno Laurioux,[79] French Middle Ages historian; Jean-Yves Mollier[80] and Loïc Vadelorge,[81] both specialized in contemporary history.

In science, people like the creator of the ext2 file system Rémy Card,[82] the docent in practice and theory of photography Fabien Danesi,[83] the deputy director of the École Normale Supérieure Jean-Charles Darmon[84] or the chemist and member of the French Academy of Sciences Gérard Férey[85] teach or have taught at the university.

Valérie-Laure Bénabou, teacher of private law, is also on the faculty.[86]

Doctors honoris causa[edit]

During the honorary degree graduation ceremony on 18 October 2011 at the Versailles Orangerie, Sylvie Faucheux, who was President of the university, awards, in the presence of Alain Boissinot, six personalities:[87] Andrew Abbott (sociology teacher at the University of Chicago[88]), George Bermann (international law teacher at Columbia University[89]), Amos Gitai (director and filmmaker Israeli), Robin Hartshorne (mathematics teacher at the University of California),[90] Günther Lottes (history teacher at the University of Potsdam)[91] and Seiji Miyashita (physics teacher at the University of Tokyo).[92]

Image and communication[edit]

The university has a logo showing a white sunrise on a green earth referring to the sustainable development, major theme of the university. The diary is named « T'DACtu » is published every two months. He is for partners of the university, and also for students and staff.[93] A movie diary called « UVSQ & Vous »[94] is also available each month. Moreover, the university is the initiator of the European project « Europolytec » which purpose is to design a website dedicated to careers in computer science and mechatronics.[95]

Notes and references[edit]



  1. ^ (French)Les chiffres clés
  2. ^ (French)UVSQ, une université à l'âge de tous les possibles
  3. ^ (French)L'université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Rapport d'évaluation, p. 3
  4. ^ (French)Témoignages
  6. ^ (French)Edition spéciale LMD (Licence, Master, Doctorat) - Construction de l'espace universitaire européen - Quelques propositions pour une approche du LMD à l'UVSQ
  7. ^ (French)Un nouveau PRES entre Versailles et Cergy en project
  8. ^ (French)Décret n° 2012-178 du 6 février 2012 portant création de l'établissement public de coopération scientifique « Université du Grand Ouest Parisien »
  9. ^ (French)« Sciences po : un nouvel IEP en projet entre les universités de Versailles et Cergy »
  10. ^ a b c (French)Les 3 conseils de l'université
  11. ^ (French)Sylvie FAUCHEUX
  12. ^ (French)Fait du jour : L'université de Versailles-St-Quentin en 2012
  13. ^ (French)L'UVSQ voit son budget s'accroître de 13,1 % en 2010
  14. ^ (French)Les moyens supplémentaires des universités en 2010
  15. ^ The difference is explained by the number of part-time.
  17. ^ (French)Une fondation pour les transports et la mobilité durables
  18. ^ a b (French)L'université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines crée une seconde fondation partenariale dénommée Mov'eoTec
  19. ^ (French)La Fondation
  20. ^ (French)UFR des sciences
  21. ^ (French)UFR des sciences sociales
  22. ^ (French)Faculté de droit et de science politique (DSP)
  23. ^ (French)UFR des sciences de la santé
  24. ^ (French)Institut des langues et des études internationales (ILEI)
  25. ^ (French)Institut d'études culturelles (IEC)
  26. ^ (French)Institut supérieur de management (ISM)
  27. ^ (French)Institut des Sciences et Techniques des Yvelines
  28. ^ (French)Versailles - IUT Vélizy-Villacoublay
  29. ^ (French)Guyancourt : le CFA D'Alembert sur les bancs de la fac
  30. ^ (French)Observatoire des sciences de l'univers de l'UVSQ (OVSQ)
  31. ^ (French)Portrait de fac : l'UVSQ mise sur le développement durable
  32. ^ (French)Sylvie Faucheux (présidente de l'UVSQ) : « Les universités qui font du développement durable méritent une médaille »
  33. ^ (French)L'UVSQ incite ses étudiants à s'impliquer dans le développement durable
  34. ^ (French)Les écoles doctorales
  35. ^ a b (French)Le potentiel de recherche de l'établissement
  36. ^ (French)Ecole doctorale des sciences de l'environnement
  37. ^ (French)evaluation des écoles doctorales de l'Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, p. 3
  38. ^ (French)Relevé de conclusions du conseil scientifique
  39. ^ (French)Moderniser nos bibliothèques
  41. ^ (French)Venir à la BU
  42. ^ (French)Un nouveau site pour les bibliothèques universitaires
  43. ^ (French)La Direction du Patrimoine immobilier et de l'environnement
  44. ^ (French)Le site de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
  45. ^ (French)Comment venir à l'UVSQ ?
  46. ^ (French)Les licenses
  47. ^ (French)Les masters
  48. ^ (French)L'international à l'UVSQ
  49. ^ (French)L'UVSQ en chiffres
  50. ^ (French)Programme Erasmus, Classement français des universités françaises les plus performantes par année académiques
  51. ^ (French)Recherche Innovation - Valorisation, p. 3
  52. ^ (French)Recherche Innovation - Valorisation, p. 4
  53. ^ (French)Recherche Innovation - Valorisation, p. 5
  54. ^ a b (French)Recherche Innovation - Valorisation, p. 6
  55. ^ a b (French)Recherche Innovation - Valorisation, p. 7
  56. ^ (French)Page le portail des étudiants - Panorama des associations
  57. ^ (French)Région Ile de France : Maison de l'étudiant
  58. ^ (French)Rapport d'évaluation de l'Université de Versailles - Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, p. 9
  59. ^ a b c d e f g (French)Rapport d'évaluation de l'Université de Marne-la-Vallée, Paris, p. 6
  60. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  61. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  62. ^ a b c d (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  63. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  64. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche, Imprimerie nationale, p.173
  65. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  66. ^ (French)Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche
  67. ^ (French)Michel Quéré, Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche, 2011, Imprimerie moderne de l'Est, p.175, ISBN 978-2-11-097810-3
  68. ^ (French)Michel Quéré, Repères et références statistiques sur les enseignements, la formation et la recherche, 2012, Imprimerie moderne de l'Est, p.177
  69. ^ UFR PIFO: Medical research laboratories of the Paris west are
  70. ^ (French)Mémoire pour l'obtention du DU de pédagogie médicale
  71. ^ (French)Unité de formation et de recherche médicale Paris Île-de-France Ouest
  72. ^ (French)Les tensions sur l'activité en Afrique de l'Ouest, Une approche comparative Nord-Sud
  73. ^ (French)Laurent Mucchielli : « La violence surgit là où il n'y a pas d'autres recourse »
  74. ^ (French)ENSEIGNEMENTS (E)
  75. ^ (French)Cultures de cour, cultures du corps : pratiques, normes et représentations corporelles dans les cours européennes avant la Révolution
  76. ^ (French)Piriou Odile
  77. ^ (French)Bernard Cottret
  78. ^ (French)Christian Delporte tire le portrait des grands « séducteurs » politiques
  79. ^ (French)Bruno Laurioux est nommé directeur scientifique des sciences humaines et sociales du CNRS
  80. ^ (French)Jean-Yves Mollier
  81. ^ (French)Loïc Vadelorge
  82. ^ (French)Experts susceptibles de siéger dans les jurys des concours d'accès aux corps des ingénieurs et de personnels techniques et administratifs de recherche et de formation du MESR
  83. ^ (French)Le mythe brisé de l'Internationale situationniste – L'aventure d'une avant-garde au cœur de la culture de masse (1945–2008)
  84. ^ (French)Darmon Jean-Charles
  85. ^ (French)Médaille d'or 2010 du CNRS : Gérard Férey, chimiste et architecte de la matière
  86. ^ (French)Valérie Laure Benabou
  87. ^ (French)Cérémonie Docteur Honoris Causa 2011
  89. ^ George A. Bermann
  90. ^ Robin Hartshorne
  91. ^ Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Günther Lottes
  92. ^ Seiji Miyashita
  93. ^ (French)Le journal T'DACtu
  94. ^ (French)UVSQ & Vous - le magazine vidéo de l'université
  95. ^ (French)Bienvenue sur le site internet d'Europolytec / TIC


External links[edit]

Coordinates: 48°47′59″N 2°08′27″E / 48.79972°N 2.14083°E / 48.79972; 2.14083