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Université de Lorraine often abbreviated in UL, is a "grand établissement" created on 1 January 2012 by the merge of Henri Poincaré, Nancy 2 and Paul Verlaine Universities, and the National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine (INPL), etc... It aimed to unify the main colleges of the Lorraine region. The university of Lorraine is divided into two university centers, one in Nancy (biological sciences, health care, administration, computer science, and management) and one in Metz (material sciences, technology, and management). The University of Lorraine has over 60,000 students and offers 101 accredited research centers organized in 9 research areas and 8 doctoral colleges. 
 
GREEN (Groupe de Recherche en Énergie Électrique de Nancy) is a research laboratory of the University of Lorraine. As such, GREEN is the reference laboratory in Electrical Energy at the University of Lorraine. It is part of the scientific pole EMPP "Energy, Materials, Processes, Products". Around the main theme of electrical energy, GREEN carries out research activities in electromagnetism, electrical energy conversion chains as well as superconductor applications in electrical engineering.
   
 
PROGEPI, An interface betwwen research laboratories and companies seeking technological solutions. PROGEPI offers companies research services in the field of Processes and the Environment. This transfer centereis supported by research laboratories at the University of Lorraine and the CNRS and benefits from the scientific support of researchers and Professors, as well as platforms available in the laboratories, for the execution of these services.   PROGEPI's EVENTS division is dedicated to logistics and financial management services for the organization of scientific events.
 
Grand Est is an administrative region in eastern France. It superseded three former administrative regions: Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne, and Lorraine on 1 January 2016, as a result of territorial reform which was passed by the French legislature in 2014. Grand-Est Region supports high education and research activities in the universities and high schools of the region.
 
Grand Nancy : Since July 1, 2016, Grand-Nancy has been part of the metropolitan area network in France. National recognition and the culmination of more than half a century of inter-municipal practice.   With an urban area of some 500,000 residents, Grand-Nancy metropolis is located 1h30 from Paris by TGV and at the heart of the European cross-border area.

 

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