+ Carnot network projects for industrial sectors

The objectives of the Carnot programme are to contribute towards bringing public and private actors in research closer together and accelerating the passage from research to innovation.

The programme receives support from the government in the framework of the Investments for the Future programme to ensure that the programme intensifies, that its initial results are amplified and that it plays a genuine role of leverage.

The 2014 call for Investments for the Future Projects  :EXPLOITATION – INSTITUTS CARNOT organising supply in response to the needs of industrial logo PIAsectors 

is dedicated to boosting the impact of the Carnot on the innovation of French SMBs and larger enterprises by organising the supply of the Institute’s competences and technologies as a function of the needs of industrial sectors.

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4 projects involving ingenierie@lyon have been selected, in view to using R&D and Innovation
to strengthen the competitiveness of SME’s market 

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AIRCAR
Carnot institute partners :
ONERA ISA, CETIM, Mines, Ingénierie@Lyon, IFPEN, LAAS-CNRS, MICA, CEA LIST, CEA LETI, ESP 
   
CARATS
Carnot institute partners :
M.I.N.E.S, Ingénierie à Lyon, MICA, CEA LETI, CETIM
   
CARNAUTO
Carnot institute partners :
IFPEN TE, Ingénierie@Lyon, CEA LIST, ARTS, CEA LETI, CETIM, Energie du Futur, ESP, TSN
   
IMP
Carnot institute partners :
CETIM, ARTS, , Ingénierie @ Lyon, CEA LIST, MICA, M.I.N.E.S., CIRIMAT, Energies du futur, ONERA ISA, LAAS CNRS, CEA LETI, LSI
   

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CCI LYON, VIBRATECH, THALES, AREVA, VOLVO, RENAULT, MICHELIN, ANNEALSYS, HUTCHINSON, EDF R&D ENERBAT, riber, SKF, EDF, PSA PEUGEOT CITROEN, SAFRAN, LUTB Transport & mobility, ST MICROELECTRONICS, ...