The industrial sectors of activity concerned are as follow :
- Consumer electronics
- Semi-conductors industry and cutting-hedge electronics industry
- Automation of production lines
- Industrial computer science and peri-informatics,
Considering the rapid and unremitting changes in the way work is done and in the electronics industry, which are characterized by a continuous race towards improving products (components and systems) and towards low-cost products, the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering are continuously evolving.
The Electrical Engineering curriculum is divided into two distinct options - but nevertheless complementary - starting at the end of the second year :
- Industrial control and command
The first option aims at training engineers with a polyvalent profile in a field ranging from sensor to actuator. It is oriented towards solving problems linked with measurement circuits, digital signal processing, advanced control, and robotics.
- Systems and components architecture
The second option prepares engineers capable of conceiving digital components, circuits and systems, more precisely with the help of CAD for microelectronics.
Nevertheless, segmenting the content of the options into modules of progressive specialisation enables a more individual teaching of the general curriculum, completed by the opportunity of taking a course in Organisation and Logistics in third year.
The project which bridges the second and the third year includes a technical implementation. The project can be a contract signed with a company and is supervised both by an industrial tutor and a university one.