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Advanced Specialisations

 

 

Smart mobility and Vehicules Design

Mobility has changed a lot in recent years and has become a major social issue. This program focuses on the design of today's and tomorrow's vehicles and teaches the engineer how to face the challenges proposed by vehicle design. The aim is to train engineers capable of designing tomorrow's land mobility systems (automotive, rail and others).

Current changes in transport systems (autonomy, connectivity, etc.) indeed require strong multidisciplinary skills in the field of computational mechanics (structure and aerodynamics) but also in-depth knowledge in emerging techniques for transport (autonomy management, hybridization and electrification of engines, image processing and perception of the environment).  

Students will acquire the skills to efficiently process and optimize these complex systems by relying on system engineering concepts that are essential for vehicle designers.

Maritime transport systems

The program provides the skills for the concept, design and management of complex marine engineering systems of virtually any type (high-speed vessels, submarines, aircraft-carriers, LNG tankers, offshore platforms, marine energy devices,...). Advanced operational knowledge in naval propulsion plants and power generation systems, as well as competence in naval systems safety and international regulations are taught.

Energy production and management

The program focuses on fossil fuels and as well as renewable energies, including the presentation of the used technologies and the tools used for process sizing. A second part is devoted to the appropriation of tools in optimization, operational research and decision support that permit, for example, to control the overall cost of installing a wind farm, or minimizing the design costs of gas or electricity networks.

Nuclear energy

The program provides the skills in the engineering and operation of nuclear systems, monitoring and manufacturing processes, rules and regulations, technical criteria and safety design. Courses include reactor physics, nuclear fuels and materials, fuel cycle, waste management and safety issues.

Offshore energies engineering

The program provides the skills for the concept, design and management of complex marine engineering systems of virtually any type (high-speed vessels, submarines, aircraft-carriers, LNG tankers, offshore platforms, marine energy devices,...). Advances technical skills for the exploitation of marine energy resources, from oil resources to marine renewable energies, as well as a global view of the economic and political framework of the evolutions of the marine energy sector are taught.

Optimization, Operational Research and Command of Systems

 

The program provides the skills for the design and the use of mathematical models in order to control and optimize a wide variety of systems, found in the fields of energy and transport. It relies on a high scientific level in order to solve concrete problems encountered in industry and services. Its main job openings are R&D departments of large companies, but, thanks to its multidisciplinary approach, positions in consulting and audit can also be applied.

Modelling and Simulation

 

This program provides up-to-date courses on modelling in physics, on the mathematical and numerical analysis of those models, and finally on their numerical simulation using high performance computing tools. Applications to various areas such as wave propagation and fluid mechanism are presented.

Quantitative finance

This program aims at training high level specialists in financial mathematics and financial engineering. Strong skills in mathematics, algorithmic and computer science are given to the student.

Robotics and Embedded Systems

 

This program aims to provide a strong specialization based on STIC (Science, Information and Communication Technologies) for complex systems, transport, defense or robotics.

Courses covers the fields of embedded systems and their physical implementations, of embedded software and its real-time constraints, design and validation, and of algorithmic aspects related to robotics, intelligent vehicles or perception.

Artificial Intelligence

The objective of the Artificial Intelligence course is to train future engineers in the decision algorithms necessary for the design of autonomous IT agents. These algorithms are based on two important principles: modeling paradigms and resolution methods. In both cases a mathematization of the problems is necessary to remove any ambiguities and consequently the resolution methods are based on numerical algorithms that are important to understand and master. However, the decision algorithms are based on various formalizations, the models of which may be deterministic or probabilistic, model-based or simply data-based. The AI journey provides an overview of the different types of models for making decisions and managing knowledge. In addition, a set of lessons on more specific topics such as vision, natural language processing, predictive maintenance and robotics provides an overview of the application areas of AI methods.   

Information Systems

The objective of this program is to train engineers specialized in the various aspects of information systems design, from their adaptation to the needs of the company, to the development and evaluation of their safety. This cursus proposes various courses centered on the architecture of information systems, programming, software engineering, and computer security.

Business creation

Tutored and personalized, this program is built to accompany the student in his business creation project.