Master of Science in Engineering "Diplôme d'Ingénieur"

Mathematical & Computational Engineering

Course director

Dominique Pastor

The Mathematical & Computational Engineering (MCE) theme trains general engineers in applied mathematics, in response to the challenges of digital and energy transitions in modern society. Our engineers are involved in designing, implementing and using computational methods in the different domains of digital society. Thanks to their scientific and technical knowledge base they are able to appropriately respond to the multitude of problems in the digital society, by designing, implementing and evaluating various methods, be they technological (sensors, physical systems, autonomous systems,...) or scientific (climate, energy, health,...). The MCE theme therefore provides a foundation of skills that allows engineers to evolve towards managerial functions in the company, to pursue careers as R&D experts, consultants or consulting engineers. They will of course be suitable for work in international contexts.

Mathematical & Computational Engineering

Opportunities and possible careers

  • For the core theme: R&D engineer, researcher, technical expert, consultant, consulting engineer, data scientist, systems engineer, machine learning/artificial intelligence engineer,
  • Finance option: trader, financial analyst, portfolio manager for banks and investment funds,
  • Imaging science and technologies option: multimedia technology engineer, biomedical technology engineer, video game design engineer,
  • Mathematics for networked systems option: telecom & network engineer, designer of observation and monitoring systems (environment, structures, etc.)

Target companies

All actors in the digital and energy sectors, consulting companies, SMEs, universities, transport sector, energy sector, shipbuilding, rail and aeronautics.


Brest Campus