With 14,000 alumni present in all economic sectors, the "Institut National des Sciences Appliquées" of Toulouse, an international, pluridisciplinary, state engineering school, is recognised for the excellence of its five-year education which attracts students of a high academic level and who have obtained excellent results at the Baccalaureat.


Our challenges

Challenges of the INSA

Coming soon
Giving a Second Life to our Electrical Waste: Value Chains, Valorization, Circular Economy

This project covers two interacting disciplinary areas related to technological aspects and those dedicated to related services, in particular on existing recycling methods and the prospects for the development of future less polluting industries.

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production
In progress
Developing an energetically autonomous building

With more than 50 years of experience taking new technologies from the lab to industry, CEA Tech is poised to drive and coordinate the French government’s innovation-led industrial regeneration policy.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Affordable and Clean Energy
Closed for application
Value chains and business potential for biobased-CO2 in circular economy

The challenge includes a European Benchmark of such models, a local market analysis to identify and assess biobased CO2 users, the design of models of interests to be studied, and CO2 impacts assessment for such models compared to a reference model of conventional CO2 logistics.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action, Affordable and Clean Energy
In progress
Rehabilitation of Cujas Square in the City of Bourges, France

The municipality of Bourges wishes to launch a projet aiming at a rehabilitation of “Place Cujas”, a square in the center of the city, in order to better answer citizens needs with an approach of well-being and sustainable development.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Good Health and Well-being
In progress
Turning a brownfield site into an innovative project part of a sustainable ecosystem

Our challenge is to give a new birth to the site of Soings-en-Sologne by turning it into an asset for its local environment, creating economic and/or environmental value.

Life On Land, Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action, Responsible Consumption and Production
Landscape policy in Côtes d’Armor

The landscape is an important element of the quality of life and fully participates in the sustainable development of territories, well beyond its simple perception.

Life On Land, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Good Health and Well-being