Pagora rubrique Ecole 2022

History of the school in a few dates

2022 The name of the LGP2 changes: the Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Science and Graphic Arts becomes the Laboratory of Process Engineering for Biorefinery, Bio-based Materials and Functional Printing
2020 Renewal of ISO 9001: 2015 & ISO 14001: 2015 certification + ISO 45001: 2018 certification.
2017 Renewal of Quality Security Environment certification.
2016 The Agefpi CFA celebrates the 20th anniversary of the first class of engineers trained by apprenticeship at Grenoble INP-Pagora.
2014 Renewal of Quality Security Environment certification.
2012 Creation of Fiber and Biomaterials Engineering and Printed Communication Engineering options.
2011 Renewal of ISO 9001-2008 certification + ISO 14001-2004 and BS-OSHAS 18001-2007 certification.
2008 The EFPG becomes Grenoble INP-Pagora, the International School of Paper, Printed Communication and Biomaterials, a Grenoble INP's public engineering school.
2007 The EFPG celebrates its Centenary and renews its ISO 9001 certification.
2005 The EFPG and LGP2 are ISO 9001 certified.
2003 The EFPG and Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Science and Graphic Arts (LGP2) are committed to a process of continuous improvement in order to increase customer satisfaction: candidate and current students; industrialists who hire graduates or employ students for internships; manufacturers or organizations that finance LGP2 research activities.
1995 The Apprentice Training Center (CFA de l'Agefpi), initiated at the start of the 1994 academic year, is authorized by the CTI.
1988 The school becomes the École Française de Papeterie et des Industries Graphiques (EFPG), authorized by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI).
1983 The Société Anonyme de l'EFP becomes the association law 1901 Agefpi.
1981 Creation of the Printing-Converting section.
1978 Construction of the new school buildings on the University Domain of Saint Martin d'Hères.
1973 The EFP is attached to the INPG.
1970 Creation of the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (INPG).
1950 The EFP, a private school, is assimilated to ENSI.
1947 Creation of the National Schools of Engineers (ENSI).
1907 The Union of Paper Manufacturers creates the École Française de Papeterie (EFP) for "the Training of Engineers and Machine Operators". The EFP and the IEG create the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (IPG).