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List Of École Polytechnique Alumni
... a list of notable people affiliated with the École Polytechnique ... Alumni of the École Polytechnique are traditionally referred to as "X", or "Xnnnn", where nnnn stands for the year of admission into the school ...
Bruno Mégret - Youth and Studies
... Bruno Mégret studied at the École Polytechnique and at the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, and is by profession a senior civil servant. 317th at the competition for entrance at École Polytechnique in 1969, and since at that time only 300 candidates were admitted every year, he could enter only because some students ... However, at École Polytechnique he proved a very dedicated student, and was ranked 18th at the end of the studies ...
Christophe Breuil - Academic Life
... schools in Brive-la-Gaillarde and Toulouse and studied from 1990 to 1992 at the École Polytechnique ... From 1993 to 1996 he conducted research at the École Polytechnique and taught simultaneously at the University of Paris-Sud, Orsay ... In 1996, he received his PhD from the École Polytechnique, supervised by Jean-Marc Fontaine with the thesis "Cohomologie log-cristalline et représentations galoisiennes p -adiques" ...
Institut Supérieur D'Électronique Et Du Numérique
... ISEN, is a group composed of 3 French Grandes écoles, whose main site is the school ISEN-Lille, which was founded in 1956 by the French minister Norbert Ségard ... ISEN is member of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles ... Conférence des Grandes Écoles Engineering grandes écoles Agrocampus Ouest Agro ParisTech AgroSup Dijon Arts et Métiers ParisTech Chimie ...
École Supérieure D'ingénieurs En Informatique Et Génie Des Télécommunications - External Links (French) - School Student Sites
... de l'ESIGETEL Conférence des Grandes Écoles Engineering grandes écoles Agrocampus Ouest Agro ParisTech AgroSup Dijon Arts et Métiers ParisTech ...

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