The research carried out at Arts et Métiers ParisTech is based on strong links with the business world.
These links, forged through the engineering students' final projects, date back to when the school was founded, and have contributed greatly to the institution's reputation.
Industrial businesses are always looking for greater innovation to keep them ahead of their competitors.
The strategy of Arts et Métiers ParisTech's laboratories is to satisfy this demand by seeking the best possible match with the needs of its economic partners.
Managing innovation strategically means developing technologies that are as efficient as possible, and developing and implementing them in line with the economic, social and environmental principles of sustainable development.
Arts et Métiers ParisTech's research teams work together with businesses to identify and evaluate alternative technologies, before carrying out feasibility studies and putting together predictive models.
The goal is to obtain scientific results that will guarantee the best possible solutions, which can then be put to use by the companies.
This partnership-based approach to research nurtures new ideas and builds up skill levels. It provides a balanced, complementary and fulfilling education for engineering students and postgraduates.
With its 19 laboratories spread across France, Arts et Métiers ParisTech has a wide regional reach, helping to make research partnerships available right across the country.
The broad research themes in which our teams are involved include production processes, materials, mechanical engineering, energetics, design and systems.
Organized into networks focusing on these themes, the Arts et Métiers ParisTech laboratories offer highly diverse expertise with great complementarity between the regions.
Processes, Materials, Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Energetics, Design, Integrated Engineering, Systems, Innovation, Risk Management and Decision-Making, Instrumentation, Biomechanics, Electrical Engineering.