École Nationale Supérieure d'Électrochimie et d'Électrométallurgie de Grenoble
The École Nationale Supérieure d'Électrochimie et d'Électrométallurgie de Grenoble, or ENSEEG, was one of the French Grandes écoles of engineering (engineering schools). It has been created in 1921 under the name Institut d’électrochimie et d’électrométallurgie (IEE) (Institute of Electrochemistry and Electrometallurgy). The name ENSEEG has been chosen in 1948 and ENSEEG has been part of Grenoble Institute of Technology (INPG or GIT) since its creation in 1971. Therefore, the name INPG-ENSEEG has also been commonly used.
ENSEEG delivered a multidisciplinary education in physical chemistry. The ENSEEG engineers are especially competent in materials science, process engineering and electrochemistry. From September 2008, ENSEEG merged with two other Grandes écoles to create Phelma.
|1921–1945||M. Georges Flusin|
|1945–1959||M. Lucien Andrieux|
|1959–1971||M. Jean Besson|
|1971–1975||M. Lucien Bonnetain|
|1975–1988||M. Jean-Charles Pariaud|
|1988–1995||M. Pierre Hicter|
|1995–2005||M. Jean-Claude Poignet|
|2005–2008||M. Jean-Pierre Petit|
|1971||M. Jean-Jacques Favier|
|2001||M. Cyril Abiteboul|