Electronic systems

The department trains multi-skilled electronics engineers with sound knowledge of hardware and software design of the different components of modern electronic systems: programmable devices, embedded processors, systems on chip, systems on board, allowing them to anticipate and to adapt to changes in technology.


Illustration systèmes électroniques

Compulsory courses:

Scientific and technical courses (180 hours)

  • Digital transmissions
  • Integrated circuits
  • Acquisition and interfaces
  • FPGA
  • System on chip
  • Signal integrity

 

Management (150 hours)

Modern language (80 hours)

Examples of courses available (495 hours)

In the specialization:

  • Digital ASIC
  • Power Management
  • Hardware accelerators

Inter-specialization courses :

  • An analog electronics simulation approach
  • FGPA based rapid prototyping
  • Multiprocessor system

In management

  • Team management and leadership
  • Entrepreneurship and business plans
  • Advanced finance

Careers - business sectors

  • Examples of careers: electronic systems architect, digital and RF analog integrated circuits designer, test and validation engineer
  • Examples of posts held by graduates : research and development engineer/field engineer/product manager/sales engineer
  • Business sectors: Motor vehicles, mass-produced electronics (games, audio and video), health, internet of things, financial markets, aeronautics and space, military, communications, energy, microelectronics
  • Examples of applications of the department's teaching: electronic devices programming for image processing, data acquisition system design, electronic boards development, test bench automation