Tudor: innovation, science and service
In our capacity as an RTO, we consider innovation to be a scientific process. We are continually conducting research to develop our scientific knowledge. We follow scientific protocols to transform this research into innovation, which we facilitate by sharing our knowledge and resources.
We draw this strength from our employees: 75% are researchers and innovation experts. Our departmental structures channel this energy, making it more effective.
They differ according to their fields of expertise:
- Advanced materials technologies: AMS department
- Environmental technologies: CRTE department
- Healthcare technologies: SANTEC department
- Information and communication technologies: SSI department
- Business organisation and management: SSI department
They vary according to:
- The scientific fields covered
- The proposed products and services
- Their investment programmes
Our four RDI departments, at the heart of our centre
Our research departments are both specific and complementary.
In particular, scientific excellence is a question of planning the development of skills for strategies that are to be put in place in the future. In our enterprise, these decisions are made at the heart of each department through investment programmes.
Complementarity is the other strong point of our departments. They work together, forming interdisciplinary groups around innovation programmes. It is this that makes us as flexible as we are effective.
Our two innovation service departments
An innovation should be useful, workable and should have an impact. Like you, this is what we are aiming for. In order to achieve this, we have two innovation service departments, which differ in terms of their focus: