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ISIFC is supported by internationally recognized research centers in the fields of engineering sciences, of microtechnology, of health and by research organizations (CNRS and INSERM). These research centers are in particular:

Femto-ST

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The Femto-ST Institute (Franche-Comté Electronics, MEchanics, Thermal and Optics - Science and Technology) is a joint research unit associated with the CNRS (UMR 6174) and attached together at the University of Franche-Comté (UFC), at the National School of Mechanics and Microtechnology (ENSMM), and at the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM).

 

The staff of Femto-ST is now about 650 people, including 325 permanents (230 researchers and teacher-researchers and 95 engineers, technicians and administrative staff). Research is conducted with the help of 225 doctoral students who get so a high-level training through research. 

(Source : Femto-ST website)

 

 More information on the web site of Femto-ST :

 

http://www.femto-st.fr/fr/L-institut/Presentation/

 

Teachers ISIFC are mostly members of Femto-ST. The 3rd year options are all supported by the research departments of Femto-ST :

 

  • The option “E-health” is directly linked with the Department of computer science of complex systems (DISC) and the Department of automatic and micro-mechatronic systems (AS2M), in particular with the teams "Distributed algorithmic collaboration, networks, optimization and scheduling "(CARTOON) and" Micro / nano-biomedical robotics "(MiNaRoB).
  • The option "Biomechanics and Microsystems"  is linked to the Department "Méc'Appli" (Applied Mechanics) and the Department of Optics, in particular with the teams "Mechanical and Physico-Chemical behavior of living tissues" (COTI), " Mems, Acoustics and Energy" (MEMS), "Interactions Material-process-Structure" (IMPS) and "Biophotonics" (BIO).
  • The option "Cellular and Tissular Engineering" is linked with the Department "Micro Nano Science & Systems" (MN2S) and especially with the team "Multiphysics Microsystems" (MIMU) with the French Blood Establishment (EFS), and with the Federative Institute of Research IFR133 (INSERM).

The Universitary Hospital Centre

CHRU

The Delegation of Clinical Research and Innovation (DRCI) prepares and implements the clinical research policy of the Hospital. It contributes to the definition of global research policy of the Hospital. It is through the DRCI that can be obtained the complete overview of Research at the University Hospital of Besançon, whether developed by CIC B (Clinical investigation center of Besancon) or outside. The DRCI implements all the rules of promotion and management of clinical research. It is responsible for driving the clinical research for an institutional promotion, the Hospital being sponsor or not. In addition, through the team "CEGEPs", the DRCI develops the French policy of recruitment in the clinical investigations for industry :  "more, faster and better".

 

(Source : CHU of Besançon website)

 More information on the web site of CHU Besancon (french) :

https://www.chu-besancon.fr/la-recherche.html

French Blood Establishment

EFS

Created on 1 January 2000, it is induced by the Act of 1 July 1998 that entirely reorganizes the French blood transfusion system. The French Blood Establishment is the only one civilian operator of blood transfusion in France. Its role is to ensure the link between the generosity of donors and the needs of patients.

 

EFS has a monopoly of blood transfusion in France since 2000. Blood transfusion includes the blood donation, the plasma donation and the platelet donation. The French Blood Establishment is the guarantor of the safety of the transfusion chain from donor to recipient. It helps to treat over 1 million patients each year. The French Blood is present in the territory (including DOM) with 152 collection sites and 40 000 mobile sites.

 

Under the supervision of the Ministry in charge of Health, its first public service mission is to ensure self-sufficiency in blood products in France with optimal conditions of security and quality. Firmly established in the territory through its 17 regional institutions, EFS covers, each year, the needs in blood products for a million patients, thanks to the generosity of blood donors, the professionalism of its staff and using a vast network of volunteers.

 

As part of the ISIFC training, students are required to work closely with the EFS.

 

(Source : EFS website)

 More information on the web site of EFS :

http://www.dondusang.net/