Ranking for Computer Science & Electronics in L'École de technologie supérieure
There are 6 scholars
Website : http://www.etsmtl.ca
|Established : 1974|
The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by May 16th 2020
This ranking features all top computer scientists affiliated with L'École de technologie supérieure. There is a total of 6 researchers included with 0 of them also being features in the world ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for leading scientists in L'École de technologie supérieure is 332 with a mean value for the h-index of 55.33. The total sum for the DBLP publications for top scientists in L'École de technologie supérieure is 1299 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 216.50.
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Facts About L'École de technologie supérieure
École de Technologie supérieure (ÉTS) is a part of the Université du Québec, which is a system of 10 public universities in Quebec that are run by the province. The school’s program specializes in applied teaching in technology transfers and engineering to companies. Its students are researchers and engineers who are recognized for their innovative and practical approach in the field.
With its specialty in engineering programs, ÉTS started offering both masters and doctoral degree programs in 1991 and 1998, respectively. Students can choose the discipline in which to specialize. The programs cover a myriad of disciplines, which include Electrical Engineering, Construction Engineering, Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering, among others. Aside from those, cooperative education is also available to all its undergraduate courses.
The ÉTS campus is situated along the Notre-Dame Street West in the Griffintown neighborhood of Montreal and is made up of four main pavilions. Each is located facing either side of Notre-Dame Street West. The student residences are inside the campus as well to provide easier access to students. The university is also equipped with a rich library that contains over 95,000 specialized documents. It also has a sports center and a daycare center.
After the opening of the La Patrie campus in 1974, ÉTS was inaugurated in January 1975. That is also the year that the ÉTS Student Association was created. The first-ever graduation held by the university is in 1977 where 14 Bachelor of Technology graduates received their degrees. The first bachelor’s degrees in engineering the university granted—mechanical engineering, automated production engineering, construction engineering, and electrical engineering, were given in 1989.
One of the well-known services founded by École de Technologie supérieure is the Center for Technological Entrepreneurship (Centech). Created in 1996, Centech focuses on the development as well as commercialization of technological innovations. It is open to all interested entrepreneurs regardless if they come from Québec or outside it as it aims to create healthy, viable, and high-level technology companies.
ÉTS also sports a variety of student technical clubs that participate in international competitions. Also, the fastest human-powered submarine in the world, Omer, was developed by one of the student clubs. Other notable machineries that the ÉTS student technical clubs produced include the wind-powered vehicle Chinook, a solar-powered car called Eclipse, Dronolab, which is an unmanned aerial vehicle, and S.O.N.I.A., an autonomous underwater vehicle.Read Less...