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Master i IMT Mines Albi-Carmaux Aerospace, Materials, Innovation Management, Innovative products, materials


Official Title
AeroMat-Innovation : Aerospace materials, Designing, Manufacturing and Innovation Management

Institute website
http://www.mines-albi.fr
Program

Prerequisite of the training
Bachelor (minimum)

Formation type
Initial education , Continuing education

Course languageUndefined
Language level prerequisitesN/A
Language requirement to graduateN/A

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux et Télécom Ecole de Management Paris-Evry

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux

Domains
Aerospace, Materials, Innovation Management, Innovative products, materials
Section M1

Location
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux et Télécom Ecole de Management Paris-Evry
Campus Jarlard, Allée des sciences, 81013 Albi Cedex O9 FRANCE
9 Rue Charles Fourier, 91000 Évry, FRANCE

Average academic cost found without insurance of M1
9000 euros

Description M1
The economic success of actors in the aerospace industry strongly depends on the ability of companies to develop management strategies for research and development, technology transfer and optimization of the overall manufacturing process. This is a strategic issue in the highly competitive sector of the production of materials and structure for aerospace applications. From a technological point of view, the engineers of tomorrow will develop multi-physics and multi-scale approaches adapted to generate innovation that will emerge at the crossroads of scientific disciplines. In terms of management skills, they will be able to deploy methodologies and implement complex and global organizational processes integrating a multi-cultural dimension to anticipate and accompany the changes due to an ambitious industrial innovation policy.
AeroMat • Innovation offers challenging opportunities to students interested in developing careers in the aerospace industry with both technical (innovation) and managerial skills by:
• Training high level master students for the future in engineering and innovation management for industry
• Promoting teaching in close relationships with research most advanced achievements
• Favouring multi-cultural, multi-physics and multi-scales approaches
• Providing multi-choices paths for graduation
• Opening widely to the international dimension
• Thinking green and fostering a socially responsible innovative industrial spirit

Scholarships M1
possible, please ask for information

M1 url
none

Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Aerospace Technologies & Engineering (I) en 108.00 9.00

Aeronautics :Market, technical and economical analysis and organisation & management of an aeronautical company and an aerospace project.
Space :Market, technical and economical analysis and organisation & management of a space company and an aerospace project.
Architecture, structure and performance of a plane, a launcher, a satellite. – Test, qualification & certification.
Aerospace project management, quality management (techniques & tools, certification, standardisation), environmental rules for sustainable development.

Materials & Processes (I) en 168.00 14.00

Strategy for selecting and tailoring aerospace materials : Manufacturing and engineering properties of metal alloys and composites materials for aerospace applications, principles of materials selection, NDT, behaviour of materials in typical aerospace environment, principle of mechanical design, focus on high strength & high temperature materials and coatings, focus on aluminium & titanium alloys and polymer matrix composites for light structures.
Modelling and simulation in mechanics of materials : Finite element modelling of materials mechanical behaviour (linear and non linear), elasticity, plasticity, rupture.
Physical properties of materials : Thermal, electrical and magnetic properties, introduction to semiconductors and semiconductor devices



Fundamental in Business, Innovation and Project Management (I) en 72.00 5.00

Principles of Management : Introduction to Management, Business Simulation, Multidisciplinary team management, Soft skills learning, International negotiation.
Innovation Management :Fundamentals in R&T Management: (Introduction to R&T, main concepts and activities, Technology intelligence: organization and tools).
Project Management : Response to a competitive call for tender (Part I) : Concept innovation generation / Defining Innovation
Objective: Understanding Innovation Locus, Identifying Potential Innovation
Methodology: Workteam, R&D review, web review, desktop research
Comprehensive and in-depth analysis upon innovation potential.

French Culture and Language en 24.00 2.00

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.
Period 2
February - July Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Aerospace Technologies & Engineering (II) en 36.00 3.00

Tomorrow’s Aerospace Materials & Processes :Smart and adaptative materials, functionally graded materials, architectured materials, novel concept in surface engineering, novel process (additive manufacturing, etc…), novel assembly concepts and processes

Fundamental in Business and Innovation Management (II) en 192.00 16.00

Business Management : Strategy, Value Chain, Firm Networks, Marketing of Innovation, HR management, Intercultural management, Multidisciplinary team management, Leadership, Negotiation / International negotiation.

Project Management (II) en 108.00 9.00

Project Management : designing innovation project
Objective: Based on MP Part I, proposing an Innovation Concept, a complete proposal with a comprehensive technological and economic review
R&D, Partners, Economic Value
Methodology: Workteam
Additive Manufacturing (Fab. Lab.) (design & Lab. Project)

French Culture and Language en 24.00 2.00


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

Location
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux
Campus Jarlard, Allée des sciences, 81013 Albi Cedex O9 FRANCE

Average academic cost found without insurance of M2
9000 euros

Description M2
The economic success of actors in the aerospace industry strongly depends on the ability of companies to develop management strategies for research and development, technology transfer and optimization of the overall manufacturing process. This is a strategic issue in the highly competitive sector of the production of materials and structure for aerospace applications. From a technological point of view, the engineers of tomorrow will develop multi-physics and multi-scale approaches adapted to generate innovation that will emerge at the crossroads of scientific disciplines. In terms of management skills, they will be able to deploy methodologies and implement complex and global organizational processes integrating a multi-cultural dimension to anticipate and accompany the changes due to an ambitious industrial innovation policy.
AeroMat • Innovation offers challenging opportunities to students interested in developing careers in the aerospace industry with both technical (innovation) and managerial skills by:
• Training high level master students for the future in engineering and innovation management for industry
• Promoting teaching in close relationships with research most advanced achievements
• Favouring multi-cultural, multi-physics and multi-scales approaches
• Providing multi-choices paths for graduation
• Opening widely to the international dimension
• Thinking green and fostering a socially responsible innovative industrial spirit

Scholarships M2
possible, please ask for information

M2 url
none

Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Aerospace Technologies & Engineering (III) en 144.00 12.00

Aerodynamics and flight dynamics
Manufacturing in aeronautical and space industries
Space technics
Innovation in Aeronautical industries
Innovation in space industries
Materials in space environment : The space environment, radiation/materials interaction, effect on electronic components, effects on structural materials, electric effects

Materials & Processes (III) en 168.00 14.00

Common courses:
- Surface Engineering : Corrosion, high temperature corrosion, surface protection, surface treatment, tribology
- Laboratory work and report on “Polymers & Composites” OR Surfaces Interfaces & Structural Metallurgy

1 course to be chosen among:

- Choice 1: Advanced Manufacturing Processes for Aeronautical Structures
(Composite Material Trimming, drilling and assembly, Composite Structure Forming and Machining Processes, Physical phenomena description and modeling related to epoxy based manufacturing, Liquid Composite Moulding processes, Composite RTM Infusion simulation, Composite RTM Infusion simulation – Associated laboratory work.)

- Choice 2 : Diagnostic & Control of Materials & Processes and introduction to microsystems
(Fundamentals of optics, photomechanics, thermography, image analysis, non destructive testing, failure analysis
Laboratory work in clean room (AIME- Toulouse) : complete practical training on the various manufacturing operations of NMOS silicon integrated circuits and testing (SEM, electrical testing…). Seminar/lecture on the characteristics and specificity of MEMS and their application in the field of aerospace Programming with COMSOL software : analysis of MEMS (thermal actuator), Literature review of a specific case of MEMS.)

Fundamental in Business, Innovation and Project Management (III) en 24.00 2.00

Response to a competitive call for tender (part III) Setting up Innovation
Objective : Setting Up Innovation, based on MP Part II, a complete proposal with extensive analysis covering all aspects
Methodology: Workteam

French Culture and Language en 24.00 2.00

Period 2
February - July Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Master Thesis en INTERNSHIP 30.00

6-month thesis in industry and/or research lab (France or international)


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