Majors: take advantage of the best knowledge and know-how for your future professional life.
Enrich your profile starting in second year through a choice of areas of scientific and technical know-how.
After the first year of the programme's common core, the 2nd and 3rd years are an opportunity to put into practice your high-level learning, reinforcing your knowledge and know-how by in-depth study themes (TAFs = thématiques d'approfondissement).
In second and third year, you will build your own professional project, strengthening your skills and opening up to various sectors of activity.
By taking advantage of the support of top teaching teams, you will study two in-depth themes (TAFs) that meet the challenges of tomorrow's world.
In the second year, you choose a first TAF that fits into your professional plan, developed during your first year of studies.
While all students continue working on engineering projects in second year, this in-depth study theme allows you to also focus on subjects that will contribute to building your engineering profile. Then in third year, depending on to your aspirations, you choose to follow another TAF. This can either be in a related field, to complement your second-year TAF, or it can be the opportunity to deepen the TAF studied in second year.
Majors: the wide choice of in-depth study themes
The wide choice of in-depth study themes allows you to develop high-level scientific and technical know-how in the following fields:
- Energy, nuclear and environmental engineering
- Computer science and networks
- Industrial engineering and organizations
- Electrical engineering/robotics, electronics, automation, telecommunication and embedded systems
- Healthcare engineering
"healthcare engineering" field, for example, you can take advantage of assisted surgery technologies, medical imaging, diagnostic assistance or even tattooing of medical data.
Tomorrow's medicine will be preventive, predictive, personalized and participatory (4P medicine).
The "energy, nuclear and environmental engineering" field refines your knowledge in process engineering, energy systems, eco-design, nuclear physics, radiochemistry, neutronics or safety.
Develop skills essential to the nuclear energy industry and other nuclear applications, be they industrial, medical or digital.
Develop the necessary skills to design, develop, implement and operate in the constantly evolving nuclear sector.
Optimize or rethink energy production methods, in particular by integrating renewable energies
Develop scientific and technical skills for managing large-scale projects in response to energy and environmental issues.
Work with highly innovative environmental observation systems using sensor networks.
The "industrial engineering and organizations" field reinforces your knowledge of industrial performance, digital business models, production management, logistics optimization and digital transformation management.
Interaction de l'entreprise avec ses marchés et changements internes dans le but d'améliorer son efficacité.
The digitization of information is constantly transforming processes, structures and relationships
Identify, evaluate and continuously exploit the levers for improving performance and controlling risks.
To address the needs relating to the design, optimization and control of industrial systems
The "Computer science and networks" field refines your knowledge in process engineering, energy systems, eco-design, nuclear physics, radiochemistry, neutronics or safety.
Address the needs relating to the design, optimization and control of industrial systems.
Develop skills in cyber protection and cyber defense (e.g. cloud computing, IoT, big data, or industrial systems)
Data Scientists are no longer isolated engineers who handle databases, they are now at the interface of the various components of any modern company.
Software development engineers must master not only technical software development skills, but also strategic and organizational skills.
Acquire the necessary skills to design and build single- and multi-user interactive systems based on advanced computer technologies.
Predictive maintenance of vehicles, optimization of manufacturing processes, and improved traffic flows in cities are just some of the applications of the Internet of Things.
Train general engineers in applied mathematics, in response to the challenges of digital and energy transitions in modern society.
Manage platforms, as well as the methods and tools to implement business models in a regulated framework
Designing and developing applications with distributed computation and data is therefore crucial for future engineers
Train versatile developers, combining broad technical expertise and a detailed understanding of interactions with project managers and users
The "electrical engineering/robotics, electronics, automation, telecommunication and embedded systems" area opens the doors of the virtual word, human-machine interaction, communication systems, connected objects, space and maritime surveillance, etc.
Understand and design complex dynamic systems whatever their nature (mechatronics, energy, biology, economics, etc.) or their application.
Provides tools for understanding, adapting and inventing technological solutions to current and future communication problems
Develop the robots of tomorrow: more interactive with their environment and will one day be able to become autonomous
Develop autonomous communicating systems and to position them in the Internet of Things
Train on environmental observation systems engineering with sensor networks, computing and data processing power
Train our engineers to effectively develop and implement embedded and heterogeneous systems.