The ECPM's mission is to transform students over a three-year programme into trilingual chemists equipped with the practical training required by the chemical industries, and in particular the fields of health, the environment, sustainable development, energy and emerging materials.
ECPM educates trilingual (English + German/Spanish) research engineers in 3 years in 2 different degrees:
1 - ECPM Chemical Engineering degree with 5 majors: Chemistry & IA, Molecular Chemistry, Polymer Engineering, Functional Materials & Nanosciences and Analytical Sciences
2 - ChemBiotech Engineering degree in association with ESBS with 2 options: Chemistry & Biotechnologies for Health and for the Environment
Our new specialization "Chemistry & AI" is more specifically dedicated to the design of AI-based solutions for R&D processes in the chemical industry.
Chembiotech engineers in the "chemistry and biotechnology" option are particularly active in biomass transformation and biological recycling issues.
ECPm's overview brochure
presentation of the engineer school's positioning, its two engineering programs and the terms of collaboration with companies
The BE 4.0 – Industries du Futur trade show is held at Mulhouse, at the heart of the Grand Est region of eastern France, French Tech themed IOT Manufacturing approved.
Organized by The Parc Expo of Mulhouse