To work at SystemX is to be an integral part of an innovative technological research institute, driven by a bold ambition: to accelerate the digital transformation of industries, services and territories. Everyday, our employees imagine and design the digital world of tomorrow, alongside renowned academic and industrial partners. Together, they address new uses that respond to the major societal and technological challenges of our time. Discover the testimonials of six employees and alumni who talk about their jobs and their careers within the institute:
I spent four years working on several SystemX IRT projects in the field of user experience for autonomous driving as a research-engineer and then project architect. I was fortunate enough to take up a very cross-disciplinary role and to coordinate a working group dealing with various topics (user experience, data visualisation, design and ergonomics of man-machine interfaces). What I retain from the institute is the important support I received: my ideas were encouraged, implemented and valued. Everyone can contribute at his or her own level to the development and influence of the IRT and share his or her vision. I also greatly appreciated being immersed in a very rich academic and industrial environment, which enabled me to develop my skills in the field of research.
SystemX has played a key role in my career. Indeed, the knowledge of the onboard automobile and user experience that I acquired enabled me to join Renault Group as a process pilot in the field of connected services.
I joined SystemX in October 2014 as a research engineer, before moving on to a project manager position. This was my first professional experience after my PhD. The institute enabled me to keep one foot in the world of research, while working with industrialists on exciting projects.
When I arrived, I was lucky enough to be in-tegrated into a project involving open and passionate partners. I very quickly had the opportunity to develop my skills, to partic-ipate in the launch of two projects in areas related to the safety of connected and au-tonomous vehicles and to take the lead in one of them. The dynamic environment of the institute, which almost tripled in size between the day I arrived and the day I left, also allowed me to push my ideas and take on many initiatives.
In 2018, I left the institute to seize a great professional opportunity at Renault. The project I invested in, the energy I put into it, and the stimulating environment of the institute played a very important role in my professional development. For me, the IRT was a privileged place of observation to come into contact with academic and industrial realities.