CNRS-Georgia Tech International Research Laboratory

Participants (FR) : CNRS & Georgia Tech-Lorraine (Metz, France)

Participants (US) : Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia)

The Georgia Tech-CNRS International Research Laboratory (IRL) was founded in 2006 by the CNRS, the Atlanta-based Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
The unit’s main site is on the Georgia Tech-Lorraine (GTL) campus in Metz.
The IRL is active in three main areas of research : smart materials, nonlinear dynamics and signal processing, with industrial applications in the aeronautical, automotive, biomedical and energy sectors.

Partner laboratories :

  • LMOPS Optical Materials Laboratory,
    photonics and systems
  • LEM3 (Laboratory of Microstructures and
    Mechanics of Materials)
  • FEMTO (Franche-Comté Electronique
    Mécanique Thermique et Optique)

American partners :

  • Missouri S&T
  • Northwestern University,
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • University of Sherbrooke

Partners (scientific collaborations) :

  • Arts et Métiers ParisTech
  • Université de Franche-Comté
  • Université de Lorraine
  • CentraleSupélec
  • Georgia Tech-Europe
  • Georgia Institute of Technology


  • Director, Jean-Paul Salvestrini


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