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Master n+ ENSEA Electronics, Electrical Engineering

Majors:
Automation & Industrial Electronics (AEI)
Electronics, Communication & Microwaves (ECM)
Electronics, Instrumentation & Biosciences (EIB)
Informatics & System (IS)
Networks & Telecommunications (RT)
Mechatronics & Complex Systems (MSC)
Electronics & Embeded Systems (ESE)
Multimedia Systems (SyM)

Official Title
Diplôme d'ingénieur ENSEA

Institute website
http://www.ensea.fr
Program

Course language
Major M1 M2
Automation & Industrial Electronics (AEI) French Bilingual French and Other
Electronics, Communication & Microwaves (ECM) French Bilingual French and Other
Electronics, Instrumentation & Biosciences (EIB) French Bilingual French and Other
Informatics & System (IS) French Bilingual French and Other
Networks & Telecommunications (RT) French Bilingual French and Other
Mechatronics & Complex Systems (MSC) French Bilingual French and Other
Electronics & Embeded Systems (ESE) French Bilingual French and Other
Multimedia Systems (SyM) French Bilingual French and Other

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : E.N.S.E.A.

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : E.N.S.E.A.

Domains
Signal and image processing, Internet, Systems, Embedded systems, Systems, Mechatronics, Telecommunications, Networks (Computer), Informatics - Computer Science, IT.Information tech/eng, Instrumentation, Bioscience, Telecommunications, Microwave, Control, Energy, Electronics, Electrical Engineering
Section M1

Location
E.N.S.E.A.
16 avenue du Ponceau
95014 CERGY-PONTOISE

Cost of M1
2200 euros

Description M1
From mid-September to the end of December students attend the "n+i" PIM in Electronics/Electricity/IT hosted at ENSEA. There, in a small group of 8 to 12, students brush up and upgrade their knowledges in Math, Analog Electronics, Power Electronics, Discrete Signal, Microprocessor and Programming along with English and sustained French courses, so that they can join the rest of the cohort at the beginning of the second semester.

From early February "n°i" students are completely mixed with French and other International M1 students. The second semester completes the core training with advanced topics in Physics (Semiconductors), Probability-Statistics, Signal Transmission and Modeling, Electromagnetic Compatibilty and Management. Students also have to choose two electives courses among at total of 20. Each subject is shared between lectures, tutorial and lab work activities (typically 40, 30 and 30% respectively)

Besides the courses, "n+i" students have to carry out a research project corresponding to a minimum presence in lab of four hours a week. Also during the summer vacations (from mid June to early September), students must go for an internship in a company or a lab, in France or abroad, for a 4 week minimum duration.

Scholarships M1
ENSEA can help students to obtain scholarships (Eiffel, Ile-de-France Region…) but does not provide direct financial aid or any kind of assistantship on campus. If they are not recipients of a French State scholarship, international students are entitled to work part time (equivalent to 17 hours a week or 800 hours a year). This cannot be done during study periods, but is possible during weekends and/or vacations. Since 2010 companies are compelled by law to pay a minimum salary to trainees (from 500 to 1,000 euros per month typically). So, if they choose to carry out their Final Year Project in a company, students are in most cases financially independent during the final semester. ENSEA provides placement assistance to "n+i" students.


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
Note: a part of (or all) the M1-Period 1 will be replaced by a "n+i" special package designed for foreign student.
See the Methodology Integration Package (PIM) for more informations.
or
Core
Mathematics fr 46.00 4.00
Sampling and Discrete Systems fr 16.00 2.00
Analog Electronics fr 44.00 4.00
Energy Conversion fr 20.00 3.00
Programming fr 28.00 3.00
English en 26.00 2.00
French fr 110.00 8.00
Scientific Presentation fr 4.00 2.00
Research Project fr 30.00 2.00
Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Physics II (Semiconductors) fr 12.00 1.00
Electromagnetic Compatibility fr 36.00 3.00
Probability-Statistics II fr 40.00 3.00
Modeling of Random Signals fr 38.00 3.00
Signal Transmission fr 70.00 5.00
Suply Chain Management fr 44.00 4.00
Engish II en 24.00 2.00
French fr 24.00 2.00
Project fr 56.00 6.00
Elective courses, choose 2 in "Options sem 4"
Signal and Finance fr 28.00 2.00
Electronics for Identification and Security fr 28.00 2.00
Radio Frequency Electronics fr 28.00 2.00
Quantum Information fr 28.00 2.00
Multimedia Compression fr 28.00 2.00
Speech Processing fr 28.00 2.00
Object Oriented Programming (Java) fr 28.00 2.00
Search in Multimedia Databases fr 28.00 2.00
Radar fr 28.00 2.00
Starting a Business fr 28.00 2.00
System Level Design fr 28.00 2.00
Electric Vehicle fr 28.00 2.00
Microelectronics fr 28.00 2.00
Feedback Control Systems fr 28.00 2.00
Multiphysical Systems Modeling fr 28.00 2.00
Channel Coding fr 28.00 2.00
Image Processing fr 28.00 2.00
Internet fr 28.00 2.00
Innovation & Technology fr 28.00 2.00
Mechatronics fr 28.00 2.00

* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.
Section M2

Location
E.N.S.E.A.
16 avenue du Ponceau
95014 CERGY-PONTOISE

Cost of M2
2200 euros

Description M2
The third semester, from mid-September to the late January is a specialization one. At the end of the second semester, the students are asked to rank the eight options proposed at ENSEA (see the list above). They are dispatched among them according to their wish and their academic performance. Most 'n+i" students (85 %) get their first choice. The rest, their second.

The fourth and final semester is devoted to an internship, called Final Year or Graduation Project. This project can be performed in a company or a research laboratory, in France or any other country. Starting early February, it can be extended up to late September with a minimum duration of four months full time. This project is evaluated through a written report and a dissertation before a jury.

Scholarships M2
ENSEA can help students to obtain scholarships (Eiffel, Ile-de-France Region…) but does not provide direct financial aid or any kind of assistantship on campus. If they are not recipients of a French State scholarship, international students are entitled to work part time (equivalent to 17 hours a week or 800 hours a year). This cannot be done during study periods, but is possible during weekends and/or vacations. Since 2010 companies are compelled by law to pay a minimum salary to trainees (from 500 to 1,000 euros per month typically). So, if they choose to carry out their Final Year Project in a company, students are in most cases financially independent during the final semester. ENSEA provides placement assistance to "n+i" students.


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Economy Management (not in MSC) fr 22.00 2.00
English en 24.00 2.00
French fr 24.00 2.00
Major to be chosen
or
Major : Automation & Industrial Electronics (AEI)
Systems Control by Artificial Intelligence fr 20.00 1.00
Nonlinear Control fr 22.00 1.50
Sequential Automatics fr 12.00 0.00
UPS and Power Quality fr 42.00 3.00
Electrical Actuators fr 36.00 3.00
Direct Digital Control of Devices fr 50.00 3.00
Sampled Control fr 24.00 2.00
Research Oriented Mini Project fr 56.00 7.00
Identification and Advanced Control fr 18.00 1.00
Systems Diagnostic fr 8.00 1.50
Electromagnetic Compatibility fr 8.00 0.00
Multivariate Linear Control fr 8.00 1.00
Practical Class in Advanced Automatics fr 16.00 2.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Electronics, Communication & Microwaves (ECM)
Guided Propagation fr 38.00 3.00
RF and Microwave Circuit Design fr 46.00 3.00
Tools for CAD and Measurement fr 28.00 0.00
Microwave Integrated Circuits fr 2.00 2.00
Technical Presentation fr 4.00 2.00
Antennas fr 46.00 3.00
Research Oriented Mini Project fr 32.00 4.00
Broadband Comm. I: Electrical Interfaces fr 44.00 3.00
Broadband Comm. II: Optical Communications fr 34.00 3.00
Digital Communication Systems fr 42.00 3.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Electronics, Instrumentation & Biosciences (EIB)
Sensors and Signal Conditioning fr 28.00 2.00
Digital Signal Processing for Bioengineering fr 32.00 3.00
Object Oriented Programming fr 16.00 0.00
Acquisition Systems fr 36.00 3.00
Data Analysis and Biostatistics fr 12.00 1.00
Photonics and Biophotonics fr 26.00 2.00
Networks fr 16.00 2.00
Synthesis Lab Work fr 20.00 1.00
Biology and Biosensors fr 36.00 2.00
Medical Imaging fr 40.00 1.00
Image Processing fr 28.00 3.00
Research Oriented Mini Project fr 40.00 6.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Informatics & System (IS)
Digital Integrated Circuits Architecture fr 32.00 3.00
Design Methodology fr 34.00 2.00
Parallel Processing Architecture fr 32.00 2.00
Unix OS fr 44.00 3.00
Systems On Chips fr 24.00 1.00
Software Engineering fr 24.00 0.00
Object Oriented Programming - UML fr 40.00 2.00
Algorithms fr 36.00 3.00
Protocols and Networks Architecture fr 44.00 3.00
Technical Presentation fr 2.00 2.00
Research Oriented Mini Project fr 28.00 5.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Networks & Telecommunications (RT)
Digital Telecommunications fr 52.00 4.00
Wireless Communication Systems fr 26.00 3.00
Transmission Links fr 40.00 3.00
Mobile Communication Networks fr 10.00 0.00
Java for Networks fr 20.00 2.00
Combinatorial Optimization fr 24.00 3.00
Telecom Operators Information Systems fr 8.00 0.00
Network Protocols and Architectures fr 30.00 2.00
Network Security fr 16.00 0.00
Broadband Networks fr 16.00 0.00
Networks Interconnection fr 48.00 3.00
Technical Presentation fr 2.00 2.00
Synthesis Lab Work fr 36.00 4.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Mechatronics & Complex Systems (MSC)
Research Lab Work in Mechanics fr 56.00 4.00
Acquisition and Command Systems fr 48.00 4.00
Real-time Kernel fr 34.00 3.00
Bus and Networks fr 6.00 0.00
Electromagnetic Compatibility fr 8.00 1.00
Sensors and Measurement Chain fr 34.00 4.00
Digital Control of Actuators fr 32.00 3.00
Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation fr 32.00 3.00
Existing Mecatronic Systems Analysis fr 48.00 4.00
Mechatronic Systems Dynamics fr 28.00 2.00
or
Major : Electronics & Embeded Systems (ESE)
Software Engineering fr 24.00 0.00
Sensors and Signal Conditioning fr 28.00 2.00
Microprocessors Systems fr 60.00 4.00
Bus and Industrial Networks fr 16.00 1.00
Actual networks fr 34.00 3.00
Windows CE fr 12.00 0.00
Embeded Linux fr 20.00 0.00
Digital Signal Processing fr 40.00 3.00
Actuators and Applied Automatics fr 32.00 3.00
EMC, Hardening and Reliability fr 16.00 1.00
Initiation to VHDL fr 8.00 0.00
Electronic Systems in Automobile fr 16.00 1.00
Technical Presentation fr 4.00 1.00
Synthesis Lab Work fr 12.00 1.00
Research oriented Mini Project fr 40.00 6.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
or
Major : Multimedia Systems (SyM)
Advanced Methods in Signal Processing fr 42.00 3.00
Advanced Digital Processing fr 42.00 3.00
Audio Signal Processing fr 32.00 2.00
Image and Video Processing fr 32.00 2.00
Analysis of Multimedia Contents fr 26.00 2.00
Communication Systems fr 38.00 3.00
Real-Time Systems and Networks fr 42.00 3.00
Architecture for Image & Signal Processing fr 42.00 3.00
Research Oriented Mini Project fr 30.00 5.00
Seminars fr 10.00 0.00
Period 2
February - July Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Graduation Project (Final Year Project) other 600.00 30.00

* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.