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VEDECOM was created as « Institute for the Energy Transition » by the French government.  As a French public-private partnership

VEDECOM is dedicated to research and training on carbon-free, sustainable individual mobility. It is based on an unprecedented collaboration between industries of the automotive sector, infrastructure and services operators in the mobility eco-system, academic research institutions, and local communities. VEDECOM aims at becoming a European innovations leader in the fields of electrified vehicles, autonomous and connected cars, and new infrastructure and services for shared mobility and energy.

Antoine Mullender
Director General Manager




VEDECOM in Mov'eo Days

On June 9th, VEDECOM was present at the Mov’eo annual convention in Poissy (Forum Armand Peugeot). The theme of this day was “from the project to the final product”. It was an excellent opportunity for VEDECOM to show the progress of activities and highlights its three programs. The program of the day included: general assembly, workshops on clean and smart mobility, technical exhibition of deliverables initiated from Mov’eo collaborative projects and talks with important actors in the mobility field.

The first Research Day of VEDECOM

The first VEDECOM Research Day was held at UVSQ Science Faculty on June 23rd. It was centered on the on-going work of PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.
The scientific program was rhythmedwith oral presentation of PhD 3rd year “My thesis in 180 seconds” followed by enthusiastic discussions around the posters of all PhD and researchers.
The students presenting “My thesis in 180 seconds” were competing to different prizes and we would like to congratulate Lisa Creno, winner of  “Cooperation Prize” and Son Han Tran, winner of  “Competitiveness Prize”.





The 9th of April, VEDECOM celebrated it’s one year anniversary at the Mairie de Versailles.
A successful event that reunited many protagonists of this ambitious project, that is to become a vital actor of mobility.
Many elected politicians stood on the rostrum to honour the good progression of the institute’s work.
The opportunity for VEDECOM to show prototypes vehicles.