On March 18, Transvalor signed a research collaboration agreement dedicated to AI with Centrale Supélec and its center of excellence in Artificial Intelligence: HubIA.



This program is motivated by the shared desire to explore the possibilities offered by Artificial Intelligence applied to digital simulation and to Transvalor solutions. By integrating AI into its software, Transvalor aims to offer solutions that are, more than ever, close to the needs of its customers in order to support them in their digital transition and meet the challenges of the future.

Artificial Intelligence is one of the most recent developments in the digital sciences applied to the engineering field, resulting from the combination of 3 factors: the availability of data, the power of the algorithms that can be implemented and the increased computing capacity.

Today, with "Machine Learning", data or digital twins, Artificial Intelligence has the advantage of predicting and generalizing the best uses applied to the industry. Its value attributes are, of course, the acceleration of computing speed, but also its ability to optimize to minimize: drastically reduce waste and gain energy efficiency during the manufacturing process.

AI offers the best opportunities to sustainably install manufacturers in the circular economy and reduce their carbon footprint.




The collaboration between Transvalor and CentraleSupélec has resulted in multidisciplinary research and in the development of innovative teaching methods

This strategic partnership is based on two main lines of work: 

  • Research program
    CentraleSupélec's advanced expertise in the field of AI confirms the historic collaboration, promotes the acceleration of applied research in the industrial field, and promises long-term opportunities with Transvalor. This synergy of skills represents an opportunity for the Industry of the Future and is fully in line with the France 2030 plan, initiated at the end of 2021 by the French President of the Republic.

  • Training program
    In addition to this prefiguration contract, CS Exed, CentraleSupélec's subsidiary dedicated to continuing education, will train all of Transvalor's employees in AI participating in the collaborative research projects.

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The two partners met at Hub IA in CentraleSupélec's Data IA Paris-Saclay Institute to introduce the project and its objectives.





CentraleSupélec is an engineering school that covers the entire spectrum of Engineering and Systems Sciences, under the supervision of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Economy. CentraleSupélec has 4,300 students and 17 laboratories and research teams, including the HUB IA and its 80 lecturers-researchers in artificial intelligence.

Highly internationalized, the school has created more than 170 partnerships with the world's leading institutions such as Mila, one of the largest American AI centers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.


"With CEMEF and DATA IA, two highly complementary scientific and technological leaders, Transvalor is proud to open new opportunities for its digital simulation software. Our historical colaboration in materials science with the Ecole des Mines de Paris is enriched through this new and powerful partnership with the leader of AI Industry 4.0 in France. It is the expression of our ambition to serve our customers who are strongly committed to their digital transition.

Robert Brunck, President of Transvalor


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