Master of Wireless Communicant Sensors

The master of "Wireless Communicant Sensors" started in September 2014.

More compact (2 academic semesters) and more focused than other international masters of ESIEE Paris, it has been designed to welcome:

  • double-degree exchange students from partner's universities
  • master students from abroad desiring to get a further specialization
  • students of very high level, having pursued a 4 years Bachelor
  • companies willing to train their staff to foster their international development

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Objective and applications

Graduates can enter the field of:

  • sensors and sensor networks
  • electronics

together with skills on the management of technology.

The central domain of application is clearly about communicant sensors thus, with a centered interest in the development of system based upon miniaturized sensors in MEMS and NEMS technologies.

Applications cover a vast domain including:

  • monitoring adduction networks in cities (water, gas)
  • measuring pollution in cities and in houses (COV, CO, particles...)
  • monitoring transport systems (automotive, aeronautics)
  • health applications, and remote monitoring of patients, micro biological analysis in vivo
  • consumer electronics...

The applied hands-on nature of program will provide students with qualifications which are very sought-after in both the current industrial environment, and in academic research.

Courses organization

Students enroll for a 3 semester's program (2 academic semesters and 1 internship semester). A total of 120 ECTS must be validated to get graduated. Equivalences are considered to afford up to 30ECTS to account for incoming students previous experience (Master and Bachelors courses).

The program accepts students over two sessions: Fall Session, starting in September; Spring Session, starting in mid-January. Admission in one or the other session is submitted to the decision of the admission jury.

Degree awarded
Master's degree - Diplôme National de Master - Accredited by «Ministry of higher education and research»

Our Master programmes are internationally recognized through the European Higher Education System (The Bologna Process). These degrees enable graduates to pursue doctoral studies at ESIEE Paris - University Paris-Est or at any other university worldwide.

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Environment

ESIEE Paris, the school if technological innovation of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris - Ile-de-France, is both in tight connection with industry and research.

ESIEE Paris is a founder member of Université Paris-Est (UPE)

ESIEE Paris and UPE are also deeply involved in the Grand Paris development through the Advancity cluster with more than 170 companies, and Systematic cluster with more than 650 key players. Through its joint research laboratory ESYCOM, unique at the National scale, ESIEE Paris is highly involved in the field of Sensors and communicant systems for the environment, cities and health.

Industrial experience

The Master programme includes a six months internship.

ESIEE Paris career'office provides a support to students in their search of an internship or a first job in France or abroad.

Job opportunities

  • Mobile communications and telecommunications
  • Automotive technologies and aerospace
  • Intelligent transport systems
  • Sensors networks for health, environment, automation, industry
  • Health care and human body monitoring
  • Communicant sensors networks

Thanks to the management training included in the programme, graduates are able to develop their careers towards various managing positions such as product manager, project leader, or technical director.

Placement (2016)

94% of graduates were employed after graduating at ESIEE. 72% were employed before graduation.
Average yearly salary during the 1st year : 40.536€ (52000€ for international careers)

Academic research collaborations

  • French South-African Technological Institute, F'SATI (South Africa)
  • University of Tokyo(Japan)
  • Nanyang Technology University, NTU (Singapore)
  • Tshingua University (China)
  • Ecole polytechnique de Montreal (Canada)
  • Université française d'Egypte (Egypt)
  • UC Irvine (US)
  • Princeton University (US)
  • IMEC (Belgium)
  • Manilla University (Philippines)
  • More than 25 universities in Europe : Karlsruhe University (Germany) - Ulm University (Germany) - Southampton University (UK) - Chalmers University (Sweden) - EPFL (Switzerland) - Brno University (Czech Republic)...

Examples of industrial collaborations

  • Microelectronics (ST-MICROELECTRONIC, FREESCALE, NXP, Texas Instruments)
  • Automotive (Renault, PSA, Bosch, Delphi)
  • Aeronautics and space (EADS-AIRBUS, ESA, THALES, CNES, SAFRAN-SNECMA)
  • Telecommunications (ORANGE, SFR, ALCATEL-LUCENT,CISCO)
  • Medical (GE Healthcare, Siemens, Sanofi-Aventis)
  • Security and Defense (THALES, SAGEM, SAFRAN)
  • Consumer electronic (PHILIPS, NXP, FREESCALE)
  • MEMS (MEMSCAP, SCHLUMBERGER, BODYCAP...)
  • Informatics (IBM, SOPRA)
  • Environment and cities (Vinci-Devoteam, Paris Airport, Advancity...)