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Concentrations

The program includes the following three concentrations:

  • SYSCO (COmplex SYStems) The SYSCO concentration deals with complex and multi-physical engineering problems related to mechanical engineering, civil engineering, energy, materials, mechatronics, automation and control, artificial intelligence and embedded systems. The system and multiphysical approaches are underlined, with a special emphasis on numerical thinking and digital paradigm.
  • SISY (SIgnals and SYstems): The SISY concentration responds to the challenges posed by the rapid evolution of telecommunication networks, embedded technology and digital solutions. The offered courses train students in the fields of telecommunications, embedded systems, data science and automatics. This pluridisciplinary training prepares the students to manage high profile projects in IoT, 5G and Robotics.
  • EGES (Economics and Scientific Management): The EGES concentration is intended to train students to master modeling, analysis and optimization to design, manage and lead industrial production, manufacturing and energetic systems, resolving problems related to logistics and economic aspects.

 

 

The objective of EGES concentration is to make engineering students learn various scientific and technical approaches in their economic and financial analyses, in addition to their mathematical skills; something highly needed in several areas of the job market.

SISY concentration responds to the challenges posed by the rapid evolution of digital solutions. The training enables general  engineers to  specify, design and supervise innovative projects in the context of increasingly complex systems.

Complex Systems (SysCo) : The disciplines related to mechanical engineering, civil engineering, energy, materials, mechatronics, automation and control, artificial intelligence and embedded systems are tackled in this track. The system and multiphysical approaches are underlined, with a special emphasis on numerical thinking and digital paradigm