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Master n+ ENSIM Computing, Informatics - Computer Science

Majors:
ASTRE - Embedded real-time systems architecture
IPS - Person/Sytem interaction

Official Title
INGENIEUR ENSIM - spécialité Informatique

Institute website
http://ensim.univ-lemans.fr
Program

Course language
Major M1 M2
ASTRE - Embedded real-time systems architecture French French
IPS - Person/Sytem interaction French French

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : ENSIM

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : ENSIM

Domains
Computing, Networks (Computer), Software engineering, Informatics - Computer Science, IT.Information tech/eng, Embedded systems
Section M1

Location
ENSIM
ENSIM / Université du Maine
Rue Aristote
72085 LE MANS CEDEX 9 - FRANCE

Cost of M1
900 euros

Description M1
ASTRE: fields using electronic systems such as transport (planes, trains and automobiles), home automation (smart houses) and industry, require extensive development of smart devices, embedded systems and software in networks, smart cards, mobile telephones and data terminals. Equally, real-time systems are increasingly widespread in the control of ever more complex industrial systems. The ASTRE option develops cutting-edge skills to enable graduates to drive innovation in ever-changing real-time and embedded systems.
IPS: communication and IT are at the heart of our digital society. IT system design involves adapting software to user context. This necessitates a user-centered approach taking into account societal aspects and the evolution of IT systems. IPS training is intended for students who are mindful of this challenge, and both passionately interested in technological innovation and open to cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary approaches.

Syllabus - ASTRE: it trains versatile engineers with industrial IT skills, with a slant towards digital electronics, in embedded and/or real-time systems, signal processing, network and mobile transmission networks. ASTRE provides students with skills in the design and implementation of complex IT systems requiring the ability to simultaneously master networks, hardware architecture and software architecture. Contraints in the fields relate to miniaturisation, reducing energy consumption and managing the required level of flexibility.
Syllabus IPS: it trains versatile IT engineers able to manage missions in analysis, design, development and testing, involving technological, human and social aspects. IPS provides students with skills in IT engineering, information systems, human-computer interaction, semiology, multimodal interaction, mobility, security, artificial intelligence, auditing and engineering consultancy.

Careers - ASTRE: ASTRE engineers work in a large number of fields such as industry (manufacture, imaging, robotics, etc.), transport (automobile, aerospace and trains), multimedia (telecommunications, digital television, etc.), communication networks and home automation. These fields draw on skills in system design, engineering, R&D, consultancy, studies and testing.
Careers - IPS: IPS engineers work in managerial roles in development, as IT project managers, software architects and project management assistants, and in change management and consultancy. Economic sectors include banking and insurance, transport, mobile telephony, distribution, agriculture and the environment, web and internet, multimedia, business services and training programmes.

Scholarships M1
none


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
English as a foreign language en 33.00 3.00
Communications (Project - definition/ Industrial sponsoring) fr 13.00 3.00
Software (Design and software engineering/ Test and quality/ Information systems: introduction) fr 109.00 8.00
Programming (Object-oriented programming: introduction/ Object-oriented programming: advanced course/ Object-oriented programming: micro-project/ Network, competing and distributed programming) fr 120.00 9.00
Elective courses, choose 2 in "Complementary courses"
Security of information systems fr 35.00 3.00
Learning and mobile robotics fr 35.00 3.00
Wireless technology fr 35.00 3.00
Architecture & network administration fr 35.00 3.00
Elective courses, choose 3 in "Humanities"
Second foreign language other 25.00 1.00
UEL Sports or culture fr 25.00 1.00
Individual or team project fr 25.00 1.00
Period 2
January - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
English as a foreign language en 33.00 3.00
Industrial culture fr 100.00 6.00
Elective courses, choose 3 in "Humanities"
Second foreign language other 25.00 1.00
UEL Sports or culture fr 25.00 1.00
Individual or team project fr 25.00 1.00
Major to be chosen
or
Major : ASTRE - Embedded real-time systems architecture
Embedded system (Analog electronics/ Embedded system: design and tools/ Embedded system: application and programming/ Hybrid, microprocessors and multitasks systems) fr 123.00 7.00
Signal processing (Fundamentals/ Sampling/ Image 1/ Image 2/ DSP systems: architecture & programming fr 101.00 7.00
Programmable components (Systems & microprocessors: architecture and programming/ Systems with FPGA: architecture and programming/ Systems with micro-controllers: architecture and programming) fr 88.00 7.00
or
Major : IPS - Person/Sytem interaction
Design methodology (Interoperability/ Case study/ Representing ang modelling knowledge) fr 99.00 7.00
Information system (Data structure/ Consulting engineering/ Software architecture) fr 94.00 7.00
Human-machine interaction (Analysing, specifying and designing/ Semiology & creativity/ Ergonomy/ Multimodal interaction and mobility/ Micro-project HMI) fr 118.00 7.00

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

Location
ENSIM
ENSIM / Université du Maine
Rue Aristote
72085 LE MANS CEDEX 9 - FRANCE

Cost of M2
900 euros

Description M2
ASTRE: fields using electronic systems such as transport (planes, trains and automobiles), home automation (smart houses) and industry, require extensive development of smart devices, embedded systems and software in networks, smart cards, mobile telephones and data terminals. Equally, real-time systems are increasingly widespread in the control of ever more complex industrial systems. The ASTRE option develops cutting-edge skills to enable graduates to drive innovation in ever-changing real-time and embedded systems.
IPS: communication and IT are at the heart of our digital society. IT system design involves adapting software to user context. This necessitates a user-centered approach taking into account societal aspects and the evolution of IT systems. IPS training is intended for students who are mindful of this challenge, and both passionately interested in technological innovation and open to cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary approaches.

Syllabus - ASTRE: it trains versatile engineers with industrial IT skills, with a slant towards digital electronics, in embedded and/or real-time systems, signal processing, network and mobile transmission networks. ASTRE provides students with skills in the design and implementation of complex IT systems requiring the ability to simultaneously master networks, hardware architecture and software architecture. Contraints in the fields relate to miniaturisation, reducing energy consumption and managing the required level of flexibility.
Syllabus IPS: it trains versatile IT engineers able to manage missions in analysis, design, development and testing, involving technological, human and social aspects. IPS provides students with skills in IT engineering, information systems, human-computer interaction, semiology, multimodal interaction, mobility, security, artificial intelligence, auditing and engineering consultancy.

Careers - ASTRE: ASTRE engineers work in a large number of fields such as industry (manufacture, imaging, robotics, etc.), transport (automobile, aerospace and trains), multimedia (telecommunications, digital television, etc.), communication networks and home automation. These fields draw on skills in system design, engineering, R&D, consultancy, studies and testing.
Careers - IPS: IPS engineers work in managerial roles in development, as IT project managers, software architects and project management assistants, and in change management and consultancy. Economic sectors include banking and insurance, transport, mobile telephony, distribution, agriculture and the environment, web and internet, multimedia, business services and training programmes.

Scholarships M2
none


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
English as a foreign language en 42.00 3.00
Communications (Industrial culture/ Communication techniques/ Interview techniques/ Quality/ Innovation management/ Lectures) fr 147.00 7.00
Elective courses, choose 3 in "Humanities"
Second foreign language other 25.00 1.00
Second-year work placement - oral presentation fr 0.00 1.00
Individual or team project fr 25.00 1.00
Major to be chosen
or
Major : ASTRE - Embedded real-time systems architecture
Embedded real-time system architecture (Real-time system/ Telecommunications/ Advanced signal processing) fr 108.00 8.00
Project fr 150.00 8.00
Elective courses, choose 2 in "Complementary courses"
Smart sensors fr 36.00 2.00
To be defined fr 36.00 2.00
Speech and conversation fr 36.00 2.00
Applications and embedded interfaces fr 36.00 2.00
or
Major : IPS - Person/Sytem interaction
Person-System interaction (Multimedia indexing/ Ontology, data searching and websemantics/ industrially-oriented approach to information systems) fr 108.00 8.00
Project fr 150.00 8.00
Elective courses, choose 2 in "Complementary courses"
Smart sensors fr 36.00 2.00
To be defined fr 36.00 2.00
Speech and conversation fr 36.00 2.00
Applications and embedded interfaces fr 36.00 2.00
Period 2
January - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
English certificate of achievement (Level B2 minimum / C1 preferable - CEFR) en 0.00 3.00
Six-month industrial placement fr 0.00 27.00

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