April 10, 2013
At a recent ceremony held in the Theodore von Kármán Conference room of the Guggenheim Building, École Polytechnique president Yves Demay, Caltech president Jean-Lou Chameau, EAS Chair Ares Rosakis and Professor Patrick Le Tallec of École Polytechnique signed an agreement for a Master's Education Exchange Program in Aeronautics/Space Engineering and Mechanics. The objective of the master’s degree program is to foster the development of a long-term cooperation on basic research topics of interest to the Aerospace and Aeronautical Sciences community between Caltech and École Polytechnique. [Press Release]
Athenaeum - Professor Patrick Le Tallec (Professor of Mechanics, Director of Solid Mechanics Laboratory, École Polytechnique), Professor Ares Rosakis (Chair of Engineering and Applied Science Division, Caltech) and Ingénieur Général Yves Demay (President, École Polytechnique).
Guggenheim Building - Theodore von Kármán Conference Room and Archives Professor Rosakis addressing the École Polytechnique students with Professor Patrick Le Tallec, Dr. Jean-Lou Chameau (President, Caltech) and President Yves Demay.
Guggenheim Building - Theodore von Kármán Conference Room and Archives - Signing Ceremony. Professor Ares Rosakis and Professor Patrick Le Tallec.
Guggenheim Building - Theodore von Kármán Conference Room and Archives Dr. Christophe De Beauvais, Professor Laurence Bodelot (ÉP Solid Mechanics Lab), and Professor Ravichandran (GALCIT, Director).
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