AccesSim a dynamic simulator for designers to validate accessibility in urban environment and for the training of wheelchair users.


In a permanent attempt to reduce the weight of automotive functional structures, multi-materials design is a promising route. LYCOS (Lightweight hYbrid COmposite Structures) is about the development of an automotive seat cushion structure that is innovative and lightweight.


The overall objective of the ALMA project is to assess technologies and architectures providing a substantial reduction in the energy demand of a vehicle by innovating on three key aspects: mass, aerodynamics and friction.



For further progress in the field of road safety in order to place France among the safest countries in the world, it is necessary to have complete and accurate information. This project proposes to perform a new database of road accidents that occurred during the year 2010 and to expand the fields of observation not only to fatal accidents but also to traffic accidents with injuries.



The aim of the VIVE3D project is to develop, adapt and apply two complementary optical diagnostics which offer substantial potentials for measuring the instantaneous three components of a vector field in volume: the tomographic particle image velocimetry and the digital in-line holography.


Organize the first dismantling, collecting and recycling of 100% of ELV glass project.


The VAA project adresses configurations involving a quick gas stream (10-100m/s) co-flowing on top of a liquid at a lower velocity.


The severity of the EURO 6/VI regulation imposes to generalize the implementation of specific NOx depollution systems associated with Diesel particulate filters (DPF) for all categories of Diesel vehicles.



TRIPTIC-H aims to provide an aftertreatment solution for particulate emissions from GDI engines that does not exist yet. It allows the development of filter media and of catalytic formulations dedicated to the stoichiometric GDI engines with low rates of soot production (compared to diesel) and also having a low oxygen content of exhaust gases.


The TOUPIE project aims to collect economic / technical data for the choice of the technologies and the processes suited to the parts of nacelles for the future.


The aim and ambition of the Tilter project is to come up with a radically different solution in terms of the definition, characteristics, performance, use and operational profile for what is commonly referred to as the urban vehicle.