Advanced Systems

  • Keywords
    Digital Systems, Mecatronics, On-board computing, Automatic systems, Robotics, Communication Systems.
  • Aims
     
    Electronic systems and information technologies are playing an increasingly important role in everyday life, industry and services. One immediately thinks of mobile phones, digital television, home automation, automation in industry etc. Electronics are increasingly being built into mechanical systems (mecatronic approach) to make them more efficient and profitable. This is particularly the case of on-board systems in cars.

    Nowadays, electronic and mecatronic systems represent a major industrial sector with important social and economic factors at stake.

    The aim of the Specialized Master's Degree is to train top level systems engineers capable of rising to the permanent technological challenges of this field, involving equipment featuring an ever greater array of functions, increasingly more user-friendly, inter-communicating and cheap in a very competitive market.
  • Tuition
     
    Tuition in this Specialized Master's Degree "Advanced Systems" enables students to become aware of the operational aspects of this field, thanks to the major role played by experience-based teaching and assimilations. Teaching specific to this branch is divided up as follows:
    • A common core (140 sessions) enables all students to acquire a good grounding in systems,
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    • Two optional specializations (80 sessions) in two technical majors: on-board computing and mecatronics, smart systems,
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    • Modules (70 sessions chosen by the student) on leading-edge technologies or innovating applications.

    The programme offered allows each student to structure his own individualized tuition completed by a project of his/her own choice (60 sessions provided for within the timetable).
  • Course structure
     
    • Common Core
      • Microprocessors and their associated electronics,
      • Design of electronic systems,
      • Communication systems,
      • Networks,
      • Systems control,
      • Systems mechatronics
      • Architecture of advanced real time systems,
      • Design of electronic systems,
      • Object oriented langages,
      • Controllers Architecture
      • Programming C,
      • Mathlab.
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    • Specializations
      • Embedded Systems
        • Real time software,
        • Compilers,
        • Methodology of real time software development,
        • Distributed software,
        • Software security.
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      • Mecatronics
        • Systems control,
        • Electric actuators,
        • Modelling of complex systems,
        • Robotic and mecatronic systems.
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    • Optional modules
      • Electronics,
      • Sensors of robots,
      • Computer-assisted vision,
      • Signal processing,
      • Artificial intelligence,
      • Optical transmissions,
      • Processors and programmable components,
      • Simulation for vehicles,
      • Neural networks,
      • Radio transmissions.
  • Activity sectors and career opportunities
     

    Le Mastère s'adresse à tous les secteurs concernés par les systèmes électroniques et informatiques embarqués, ce qui représente un très large éventail de débouchés dans l'industrie, les services et les applications grand public.

    Le métier de base auquel prépare le Mastère est celui de Chef de projet en conception de systèmes technologiques innovants à base d'électronique et d'informatique embarquée (65% des emplois des jeunes diplômés). Les autres métiers accessibles sont la Production (automatisation, logiciels,...) et le Conseil qui représentent respectivement 25% et 10% des emplois des jeunes diplômés.

  • Industrial partners
    ARCELOR, CEA, EADS, ERCOM, SKF.
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CONTACTS

Admissions Service École Centrale Paris Phone : +33 1 41 13 11 29 or +33 1 41 13 11 96 Email : admissions@ecp.fr Study Information Jean-Marie DÉTRICHÉ Phone : +33 1 69 26 75 57 Email : jean-marie.detriche@antigone.cea.fr Phone : Email :

Activity sectors and career opportunities

Le Mastère s'adresse à tous les secteurs concernés par les systèmes électroniques et informatiques embarqués, ce qui représente un très large éventail de débouchés dans l'industrie, les services et les applications grand public.

Le métier de base auquel prépare le Mastère est celui de Chef de projet en conception de systèmes technologiques innovants à base d'électronique et d'informatique embarquée (65% des emplois des jeunes diplômés). Les autres métiers accessibles sont la Production (automatisation, logiciels,...) et le Conseil qui représentent respectivement 25% et 10% des emplois des jeunes diplômés.

Industrial partners

ARCELOR, CEA, EADS, ERCOM, SKF