Director of Graduate Studies : Dr. Nicolas Sicard
The Scientific and Technical Training courses cover the foundational scientific and technical competencies as well as the cross-disciplinary project skills of the future engineer.
The General Education program includes none-scientific and technical training, which prepares students to successfully integrate the Business world as interculturally competent, and communicatively skilled IT Engineers.
Courses cover topics such as Management, Culture, Communication, IT Careers, International Studies, Languages as well as the suite of e-Novation seminars.
The « Imaging and virtual reality » major trains IT engineers capable of working on complex systems based on digital imaging, whether to perform additional processing on existing images, to create virtual scenes, and/or to combine the real and the virtual to generate an augmented reality.
The « Information System and Cloud Engineering » major aims to prepare engineers capable of intervening in a company’s information system(s) regardless of its sector of activity. Information systems are at the heart of business, and accounts for all of the IT applications necessary for employees and collaborators to successfully carry out their professional responsibilities.
The objective of this program is to produce engineers who possess a global vision of information systems security, and who are capable of designing and implementing solutions to mitigate risk and prevent hostile attacks aimed at compromising sensitive data, assets and, consequently, the daily operations of a company.
The « Networks and Virtualization » major allows students to have a broad theoretical and practical understanding of corporate network environments including network architecture, production, daily monitoring, security, and priority infrastructure and services studies in the context of recent developments in Cloud Computing.