The Strasbourg region offers an attractive environment for technology-based startups. It is France’s second largest student city after Paris and is well known for its top-level research and development capabilities in areas such as bio- and medical sciences, chemistry, new materials, robotics, optics, geographic information systems and image processing, business administration and more.
Since 2019, the ISU Campus is hosting start-ups offering services based on the use of remote sensing and navigation data (see details here).
These start-ups decided that ISU’s campus is a good launching site for their business for a variety of reasons:
To help respond to requests for information from ISU alumni and other entrepreneurs, a dedicated permanent section in ISU’s webpage is now presenting:
For any queries, please contact Mr. Yannick Lafue: Yannick.Lafue@isunet.edu, ISU alumnus and manager of the RhineSpace start-up booster, one of the financial support schemes available locally.
Photo: ISU students discussing with Dr. Sonja Behmel (centre), founder and CEO of Watershed Monitoring – one of the pioneer start-ups on ISU’s Campus. Credits: Jerome Bourque / Femmessor