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Master n+ Mines-Nantes Engineering

Options:
GIPAD : Information Technology for Decision Making Master n+ Computer science
GSI : Information Systems Engineering Master n+ Computer science
OMTI : Organization and Management of Information Technology Master n+ Computer science
GOPL : Operations Management in Production and Logistics Master n+ Industrial
QSF : Quality and Reliability Engineering Master n+ Industrial
AII : Control Engineering and Industrial Information Technology Master n+ Industrial
GE : Environmental Engineering Master n+ Environment
GSE : Energy Systems Engineering Master n+ Energy
NTSE : Nuclear Engineering: Technologies, Safety and Environment Master n+ Energy
STAR : Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors Master n+ Energy

Titre officiel
diplôme d'ingénieur

Site web de l'école
http://www.mines-nantes.fr
Programme

Pré-requis de la formation
Bachelor (minimum)

Type de formation
Formation initiale

Langue d'enseignement
Option M1 M2
GIPAD : Information Technology for Decision Making Master n+ Computer science Français Français
GSI : Information Systems Engineering Master n+ Computer science Français Français
OMTI : Organization and Management of Information Technology Master n+ Computer science Français Français
GOPL : Operations Management in Production and Logistics Master n+ Industrial Français Français
QSF : Quality and Reliability Engineering Master n+ Industrial Français Français
AII : Control Engineering and Industrial Information Technology Master n+ Industrial Français Français
GE : Environmental Engineering Master n+ Environment Français Français
GSE : Energy Systems Engineering Master n+ Energy Français Français
NTSE : Nuclear Engineering: Technologies, Safety and Environment Master n+ Energy Français Français
STAR : Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors Master n+ Energy Français Français

La partie M1 est enseignée par
L'établissement : Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering - France

La partie M2 est enseignée par
L'établissement : Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering - France

Mots clés
Nuclear, Energy, Quality, Security, Strategic Management , IT.Information tech/eng, Nuclear, Energy, Software engineering, Design, Energy, Engineering, Logistics, Industrial, Optimisation, Software engineering, Environment(al), Engineering, Industrial, Automation, Engineering
Partie M1

Lieux
Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering - France
Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering -
La Chantrerie - 4, rue Alfred Kastler
B.P. 20722
44300 Nantes Cedex 3
France

Coût académique moyen constaté hors assurance du M1
4300 euros

Description M1
Our master of Engineering offers 10 specializations during the 1st and the 2nd year of the master :
========== GIPAD ========== Decision making processes in business are becoming increasingly complex.
There is so much data involved and the human and financial issues are so important that information technology has become a strategic tool. Decision-making systems that process and utilize data are already common in business.Today there are powerful new analytical and optimization methods.The GIPAD option trains engineers who can design, implement and integrate IT solutions for each phase of the decision making process, from data collection to the production and analysis of decisions.
========== GSI ========== Born from the explosion of the Web in 1998, the GSI option trains engineers who build information systems,which are now an essential component of business strategy. To stay robust and agile, IT systems must evolve and adapt,and to stay competitive, new products must be complex systems containing high added value IT components.GSI engineers have expert skills in the concepts and technologies making it possible to meet these two challenges,offering global solutions that are safe, reliable, robust, innovative, easy to integrate and upgradeable. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science ECSS http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== OMTI ========== Introduce information and communication technologies (ICT) in business? Of course! But to truly take advantage of these new technologies, the changes they bring must be managed carefully. OMTI engineers have expertise in both organizations and managing IT-related projects. They understand business environments and operations, as well as the strategic and organizational challenges of ICT management.
========== GOPL ========== This option has existed since the School was founded, and was originally focused on the optimization of production systems. The curriculum has evolved and now covers the entire logistics chain, includingsourcing, production and distribution.In all cases, the goal is to optimize complex flows of materials and information to achieve maximum quality of service at minimum cost and lead times.But certain costs related to human and environmental issues are difficult to measure, and not all solutions can be applied on the ground. Hence the difficulties of this field, which is based on mathematical models but must also take into account the human factor. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science MLPS http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== QSF ========== The quality of a product or service is measured by its ability to satisfy a stated need. To achieve quality, businesses have to make sure that the solutions provided are appropriate and that the entire organization is working to improve quality. While quality used to simply consist of a final verification that a product met specifications, it is now a cross-functional issue involving all partners through to the end user. Since 1995, the QSF option has been training engineers capable of assisting businesses and consulting firms implement and improve quality systems, This includes designing management systems in an integrated context involving all types of risks (occupational, industrial, economic and environmental), setting up tools and methods for defining and designing products and quality assurance, and ensuring customer satisfaction.
========== AII ========== In this option, students learn the skills needed to develop and monitor automated systems. These skills include modeling and simulation to understand how the systems work; instrumentation and industrial information technology to collect, process and transmit information in real time; finally control engineering to design the systems.AII engineers have a global vision of systems and play a key role in all phases of project management, includingdesign, development, implementation, installation and maintenance.Their work also involves taking into account all factors, including human factors.
========== GE ========== In this option, students learn to be engineers in a dynamic sector: the treatment of nuisances and pollution (water, air, waste, noise) and environmental management (eco-assessment, eco-design). The GE option looks both at process engineering, involving the processes themselves, which help limit emissions by industry, and treatment processes, once pollution has occurred. It also involves environmental management, integrated systems (quality, safety, environment), sustainable development policies, environmental assessments and impact reports, as well as regulatory watch. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science PM3E http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== GSE ========== Created in 1997, the GSE option is highly successful, with exciting challenges and career opportunities driven by increasingly strict environmental requirements (greenhouse gas reduction, etc.) and rising fossil fuel prices.In this context, there is real scientific progress and technological change, even if they may seem too slow in coming.Improvements are being made constantly, both as regards machine energy efficiency and the design and management of energy systems.The option trains engineers who can meet these challenges thanks to their ability to manage complex technical and financial projects. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science PM3E http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== NTSE ========== The principal mission of the NTSE option naturally consists of training engineers to work in the major corporations and institutions in the nuclear sector.France, where electricity is largely nuclear in origin, is present in all the phases of the cycle and has a full range of facilities presenting various risks.The safety systems at these facilities must be designed according to the nature and magnitude of the hazards.But the option is not limited to the field of power production. It also covers other nuclear applications, includingindustrial, geological and medical applications. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science SNEWM http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== STAR ========== The principal objective of the STAR option (Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors) consists of training engineers to work in the nuclear industry in France and on the international stage (firms, safety authorities, independent experts).The option is focused on the nuclear reactors and covers: operation and maintenance of the current reactors, developing and installing third-generation reactors (EPR and other competitors), and design of the fourth-generation reactors. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science SNEWM http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]


Bourses M1
Excellence sholarships from the region "Pays de la Loire"


Période 1
September - January Langue Heures* Crédits*
Note: tout ou partie du M1-Période 1 sera remplacée par un package "n+i" spécialement conçu pour les élèves étrangers. Voir le Package d'Intégration Méthodologique (PIM) pour plus d'informations.
or
Core
ENGLISH + SECOND LANGUAGE (SPANISH, GERMAN, RUSSIAN, CHINESE, JAPONESE, FRENCH) en 85.00 4.00

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL PROJECT fr 38.00 2.00

CASE STUDY IN INDUSTRY fr 84.00 5.00

ADDITIONAL CREDITS : SPORTS ACTIVITIES fr 45.00 1.00

Elective courses, choose 1 in "SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT"
1- DESIGN AND USAGE fr 56.00 3.00

2- FROM INNOVATION TO THE MARKET PLACE fr 56.00 3.00

3- ORGANISATION AND THE MARKET fr 56.00 3.00

4- FROM CONCEPT TO DESIGN fr 56.00 3.00

5- STORIES OF FIRMS AND INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS fr 56.00 3.00

Elective courses, choose 1 in "GENERIC METHODS FOR ENGINEERS"
1- STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - MATHEMATICS FOR FINANCE fr 135.00 8.00

2 - STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - RESEARCH AND INNOVATION fr 135.00 8.00

3 - STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - QUALITY, SAFETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT fr 135.00 8.00

4 - STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - MANAGING A PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

5 - STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - MANAGING COMMERCIAL RELATIONS fr 135.00 8.00

6 - STATISTICS - DATA ANALYSIS - WORKING IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT fr 135.00 8.00

7 - STATISTICS - EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - MATHEMATICS FOR FINANCE fr 135.00 8.00

8 - STATISTICS - EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - RESEARCH AND INNOVATION fr 135.00 8.00

9 - STATISTICS - EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - QUALITY, SAFETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT fr 135.00 8.00

10 - STATISTICS -EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - MANAGING A PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

11 - STATISTICS -EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - MANAGING COMMERCIAL RELATIONS fr 135.00 8.00

12 - STATISTICS -EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY - WORKING IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT fr 135.00 8.00

Majeure à choisir
or
Option : AII : Control Engineering and Industrial Information Technology Master n+ Industrial
CONTROL ENGINEERING I fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GE : Environmental Engineering Master n+ Environment
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GIPAD : Information Technology for Decision Making Master n+ Computer science
OPERATIONS RESEARCH fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GOPL : Operations Management in Production and Logistics Master n+ Industrial
OPERATIONS RESEARCH I fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSE : Energy Systems Engineering Master n+ Energy
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT : STAKES AND STRATEGY fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSI : Information Systems Engineering Master n+ Computer science
OPERATING SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : NTSE : Nuclear Engineering: Technologies, Safety and Environment Master n+ Energy
PHYSICS OF IONISING RADIATIONS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : OMTI : Organization and Management of Information Technology Master n+ Computer science
OPERATING SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : STAR : Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors Master n+ Energy
PHYSICS OF IONIZING fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : QSF : Quality and Reliability Engineering Master n+ Industrial
Elective courses, choose 1 in "SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COURSES"
1- OPERATIONS RESEARCH fr 135.00 8.00

2- ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT : ISSUES AND STRATEGIES fr 135.00 8.00

3- CONTROL ENGINEERING fr 135.00 8.00

Période 2
February - August Langue Heures* Crédits*
or
Core
ENGLISH + SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE (SAME COURSE AS IN SEMESTER 1) en 65.00 3.00

SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT (SAME COURSE AS IN SEMESTER 1) fr 94.00 5.00

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL PROJECT (SAME COURSE AS IN SEMESTER 1) fr 112.00 6.00

ADDITIONAL CREDITS : 3-MONTH TRAINING PERIOD IN INDUSTRY fr 480.00 6.00

ADDITIONAL CREDITS : SPORTS ACTIVITIES fr 45.00 1.00

Majeure à choisir
or
Option : AII : Control Engineering and Industrial Information Technology Master n+ Industrial
CONTROL ENGINEERING II fr 135.00 8.00

MECATRONICS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GE : Environmental Engineering Master n+ Environment
ENGINEERING OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES fr 135.00 8.00

FLUID MECHANICS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GIPAD : Information Technology for Decision Making Master n+ Computer science
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE fr 135.00 8.00

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GOPL : Operations Management in Production and Logistics Master n+ Industrial
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT fr 135.00 8.00

MODELLING OF INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSE : Energy Systems Engineering Master n+ Energy
THERMAL AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES fr 135.00 8.00

FLUID MECHANICAL AND HYDRAULIC fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSI : Information Systems Engineering Master n+ Computer science
LANGUAGES AND TRANSLATORS fr 135.00 8.00

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : NTSE : Nuclear Engineering: Technologies, Safety and Environment Master n+ Energy
PHYSICO-CHEMISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT fr 135.00 8.00

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : OMTI : Organization and Management of Information Technology Master n+ Computer science
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR ENTREPRISE MANAGEMENT fr 135.00 8.00

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : QSF : Quality and Reliability Engineering Master n+ Industrial
MODELISATION AND EVALUATION OF INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : STAR : Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors Master n+ Energy
BASICS PHYSICS APPLIED TO REACTORS fr 135.00 8.00

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS fr 135.00 8.00


* Les heures de cours indiquées peuvent être soumis à de légères variations.
* Plus d'informations sur les crédits ECTS.
Partie M2

Lieux
Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering - France
Mines-Nantes - Graduate School of Engineering -
La Chantrerie - 4, rue Alfred Kastler
B.P. 20722
44300 Nantes Cedex 3
France

Coût académique moyen constaté hors assurance du M2
4300 euros

Description M2
Our master of Engineering offers 10 specializations during the 1st and the 2nd year of the master :
========== GIPAD ========== Decision making processes in business are becoming increasingly complex.
There is so much data involved and the human and financial issues are so important that information technology has become a strategic tool. Decision-making systems that process and utilize data are already common in business.Today there are powerful new analytical and optimization methods.The GIPAD option trains engineers who can design, implement and integrate IT solutions for each phase of the decision making process, from data collection to the production and analysis of decisions.
========== GSI ========== Born from the explosion of the Web in 1998, the GSI option trains engineers who build information systems,which are now an essential component of business strategy. To stay robust and agile, IT systems must evolve and adapt,and to stay competitive, new products must be complex systems containing high added value IT components.GSI engineers have expert skills in the concepts and technologies making it possible to meet these two challenges,offering global solutions that are safe, reliable, robust, innovative, easy to integrate and upgradeable. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science ECSS http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== OMTI ========== Introduce information and communication technologies (ICT) in business? Of course! But to truly take advantage of these new technologies, the changes they bring must be managed carefully. OMTI engineers have expertise in both organizations and managing IT-related projects. They understand business environments and operations, as well as the strategic and organizational challenges of ICT management.
========== GOPL ========== This option has existed since the School was founded, and was originally focused on the optimization of production systems. The curriculum has evolved and now covers the entire logistics chain, includingsourcing, production and distribution.In all cases, the goal is to optimize complex flows of materials and information to achieve maximum quality of service at minimum cost and lead times.But certain costs related to human and environmental issues are difficult to measure, and not all solutions can be applied on the ground. Hence the difficulties of this field, which is based on mathematical models but must also take into account the human factor. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science MLPS http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== QSF ========== The quality of a product or service is measured by its ability to satisfy a stated need. To achieve quality, businesses have to make sure that the solutions provided are appropriate and that the entire organization is working to improve quality. While quality used to simply consist of a final verification that a product met specifications, it is now a cross-functional issue involving all partners through to the end user. Since 1995, the QSF option has been training engineers capable of assisting businesses and consulting firms implement and improve quality systems, This includes designing management systems in an integrated context involving all types of risks (occupational, industrial, economic and environmental), setting up tools and methods for defining and designing products and quality assurance, and ensuring customer satisfaction.
========== AII ========== In this option, students learn the skills needed to develop and monitor automated systems. These skills include modeling and simulation to understand how the systems work; instrumentation and industrial information technology to collect, process and transmit information in real time; finally control engineering to design the systems.AII engineers have a global vision of systems and play a key role in all phases of project management, includingdesign, development, implementation, installation and maintenance.Their work also involves taking into account all factors, including human factors.
========== GE ========== In this option, students learn to be engineers in a dynamic sector: the treatment of nuisances and pollution (water, air, waste, noise) and environmental management (eco-assessment, eco-design). The GE option looks both at process engineering, involving the processes themselves, which help limit emissions by industry, and treatment processes, once pollution has occurred. It also involves environmental management, integrated systems (quality, safety, environment), sustainable development policies, environmental assessments and impact reports, as well as regulatory watch. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science PM3E http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== GSE ========== Created in 1997, the GSE option is highly successful, with exciting challenges and career opportunities driven by increasingly strict environmental requirements (greenhouse gas reduction, etc.) and rising fossil fuel prices.In this context, there is real scientific progress and technological change, even if they may seem too slow in coming.Improvements are being made constantly, both as regards machine energy efficiency and the design and management of energy systems.The option trains engineers who can meet these challenges thanks to their ability to manage complex technical and financial projects. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science PM3E http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== NTSE ========== The principal mission of the NTSE option naturally consists of training engineers to work in the major corporations and institutions in the nuclear sector.France, where electricity is largely nuclear in origin, is present in all the phases of the cycle and has a full range of facilities presenting various risks.The safety systems at these facilities must be designed according to the nature and magnitude of the hazards.But the option is not limited to the field of power production. It also covers other nuclear applications, includingindustrial, geological and medical applications. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science SNEWM http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]
========== STAR ========== The principal objective of the STAR option (Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors) consists of training engineers to work in the nuclear industry in France and on the international stage (firms, safety authorities, independent experts).The option is focused on the nuclear reactors and covers: operation and maintenance of the current reactors, developing and installing third-generation reactors (EPR and other competitors), and design of the fourth-generation reactors. [For program totally thaught in English, see the Master of Science SNEWM http://www.mines-nantes.fr/ECSS]


Bourses M2
Excellence sholarships from the region "Pays de la Loire"


Période 1
September - January Langue Heures* Crédits*
or
Core
SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES fr 135.00 8.00

Majeure à choisir
or
Option : AII : Control Engineering and Industrial Information Technology Master n+ Industrial
CONTROL AND OPTIMIZATION OF SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

MECATRONICS II fr 135.00 8.00

SYSTEM MODELING fr 135.00 8.00

PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GE : Environmental Engineering Master n+ Environment
ENVIRONMENTAL AND PROCESS ENGINEERING fr 135.00 8.00

REMEDIATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES fr 135.00 8.00

ENVIRONMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT fr 135.00 8.00

MODELING, SIMULATION AND CONTROL fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GIPAD : Information Technology for Decision Making Master n+ Computer science
COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION fr 135.00 8.00

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE fr 135.00 8.00

IT SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT fr 135.00 8.00

IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GOPL : Operations Management in Production and Logistics Master n+ Industrial
OPERATIONS RESEARCH II fr 135.00 8.00

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT fr 135.00 8.00

PRODUCTION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSE : Energy Systems Engineering Master n+ Energy
ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BUILDINGS fr 135.00 8.00

MODELS AND SIMULATION OF ENERGY SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

ENERGY ENGINEERING PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

EFFICIENCY OF ENERGY SYSTEMS fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : GSI : Information Systems Engineering Master n+ Computer science
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING II fr 135.00 8.00

APPLICATION INTEGRATION INFRASTRUCTURES fr 135.00 8.00

UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING fr 135.00 8.00

IT PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : NTSE : Nuclear Engineering: Technologies, Safety and Environment Master n+ Energy
REACTORS, NUCLEAR MATERIALS AND ACCELERATORS fr 135.00 8.00

MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF NUCLEAR WASTE fr 135.00 8.00

SAFETY AND RADIATION CONTROL fr 135.00 8.00

APPLICATIONS OF RADIONUCLIDES AND RADIATION AND INTERNATIONAL PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : OMTI : Organization and Management of Information Technology Master n+ Computer science
INFORMATION SYSTEM ANALYSIS fr 135.00 8.00

THE INFORMATION SYSTEM AND DECISION PROCESSES fr 135.00 8.00

THE INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR CORPORATE PROCESSES fr 135.00 8.00

SPECIALISATION PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : QSF : Quality and Reliability Engineering Master n+ Industrial
STRATEGY AND ORGANISATION IN QUALITY fr 135.00 8.00

QUALITY ANALYSIS METHODS fr 135.00 8.00

MAINTAIN IN OPERATIONAL CONTEXT fr 135.00 8.00

INTERNATIONAL PROJECT fr 135.00 8.00

or
Option : STAR : Systems and Technologies Applied to nuclear Reactors Master n+ Energy
NEUTRONICS fr 135.00 8.00

COOLING AND CONTAINMENT fr 135.00 8.00

DESIGN AND OPERATION OF NUCLEAR REACTORS fr 135.00 8.00

NUCLEAR SAFETY, FUEL AND DISMANTLING fr 135.00 8.00

Période 2
February - August Langue Heures* Crédits*
or
Core
6 MONTHS END OF STUDY PROJECT IN INDUSTRY fr 960.00 20.00


* Les heures de cours indiquées peuvent être soumis à de légères variations.
* Plus d'informations sur les crédits ECTS.