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Master n+ INSA Toulouse Electronics, Control


Official Title
Ingénieur en Automatique et électronique- INSA Toulouse

Institute website
http://www.insa-toulouse.fr
Program

Prerequisite of the training
Bachelor (minimum)

Formation type
Initial education

Course language: More details on the selected major description

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : INSA Toulouse

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : NSA Toulouse

Domains
Engineering, Embedded systems, Electronics, Control
Section M1

Location
INSA Toulouse
135, avenue de Rangueil
31077 Toulouse cedex 4

Average academic cost found without insurance of M1
2070 euros

Description M1
The Automatic control-Electronics engineering course focuses on the concepts, methods and techniques of automatic control and also develops the competences required to design the implementation of methods and techniques for real-time control and electronic circuit design. Two major topics are developed: automatic control systems, electronic and micro-electronic systems with their associated IT techniques. An important aspect of the specificity of A-E engineers and of the course itself is the demonstration of how the integration of the three disciplines, Automatic control, Electronics and Computer science makes it possible to meet the needs and demands of industry in the context of complex systems.
It provides
Cross-disciplinary competences: capacity to manage the economic, financial, human, organisational and technical aspects of a project in the sphere of activity of a generalist engineer for the:
Design and Management of automatic systems: including the systems theory and the techniques of electronics: logic and analog circuits, electronics of power, optoelectronics, micro-electronics. Moreover, sound training in the basic computer techniques stressing Real-Time for control reinforces the ability to design and implement automatic systems.
Development of integrated automatic systems: today, whatever the sphere of activity, a large number of tasks require, in what is called a "systems approach", the integration of varied concepts and techniques. The piloting of simple or complex industrial systems passes in general by the knowledge of the process, the design of efficient control rules, the command of electronic tools and digital calculators, making it possible to manage and enable communication between the various components of the system. This requires a generalist engineering course at the crossroads of the three disciplines: automatic control, electronics and computer science.

In addition to the general competences of computer engineers able to work in all sectors of activity, the course leads to two different engineering profiles, depending on the specialization chosen in the final year:

Electronic Systems: Capacity to design, produce and implement electronic or micro-electronic devices (cards, chips,?) using the concepts of integration (embedded electronic systems, communicating sensors or micro-systems)
Real Time and Systems: Capacity to design, produce and implement estimation systems, monitoring, diagnosis, real-time advanced control taking into account critical time constraints and safety as for all embedded systems.

Scholarships M1
eiffel, cumex, egide


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Digital signal acquisition architectures and Computed controlled systems fr 90.00 4.00

Informatique matérielle fr 88.00 7.00

Communicating within organizationsin foreign languages Level 1 other 75.00 4.00

Major to be chosen
or
or
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 - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Computer science fr 88.00 6.00

Research project fr 115.00 3.00

management fr 85.00 4.00

Systems architectinG fr 107.00 4.00

Requirement engineering fr 81.00 3.00

Discrete event systems and Optimization fr 48.00 4.00

Major to be chosen
or
or

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

Location
NSA Toulouse
135, avenue de Rangueil
31077 Toulouse cedex 4

Average academic cost found without insurance of M2
1170 euros

Description M2
The Automatic control-Electronics engineering course focuses on the concepts, methods and techniques of automatic control and also develops the competences required to design the implementation of methods and techniques for real-time control and electronic circuit design. Two major topics are developed: automatic control systems, electronic and micro-electronic systems with their associated IT techniques. An important aspect of the specificity of A-E engineers and of the course itself is the demonstration of how the integration of the three disciplines, Automatic control, Electronics and Computer science makes it possible to meet the needs and demands of industry in the context of complex systems.
It provides
Cross-disciplinary competences: capacity to manage the economic, financial, human, organisational and technical aspects of a project in the sphere of activity of a generalist engineer for the:
Design and Management of automatic systems: including the systems theory and the techniques of electronics: logic and analog circuits, electronics of power, optoelectronics, micro-electronics. Moreover, sound training in the basic computer techniques stressing Real-Time for control reinforces the ability to design and implement automatic systems.
Development of integrated automatic systems: today, whatever the sphere of activity, a large number of tasks require, in what is called a "systems approach", the integration of varied concepts and techniques. The piloting of simple or complex industrial systems passes in general by the knowledge of the process, the design of efficient control rules, the command of electronic tools and digital calculators, making it possible to manage and enable communication between the various components of the system. This requires a generalist engineering course at the crossroads of the three disciplines: automatic control, electronics and computer science.

In addition to the general competences of computer engineers able to work in all sectors of activity, the course leads to two different engineering profiles, depending on the specialization chosen in the final year:

Electronic Systems: Capacity to design, produce and implement electronic or micro-electronic devices (cards, chips,?) using the concepts of integration (embedded electronic systems, communicating sensors or micro-systems)
Real Time and Systems: Capacity to design, produce and implement estimation systems, monitoring, diagnosis, real-time advanced control taking into account critical time constraints and safety as for all embedded systems.

Scholarships M2
eiffel, cumex, egide


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
or
Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
TRAINING PERIOD en 0.00 30.00


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