The Connected Objects, Devices and Systems program from ESIEE Paris is a two-year program, entirely taught in English, dedicated to applied electronics, communications and sensor design for the internet of things and environmental monitoring. This unique master's degree is one of the 4th Graduate Program of Univ Gustave Eiffel’s Graduate School. It is both application-driven and R&D oriented, so that the successful candidate can continue after his or her studies in a company or in a doctoral program.
The objective of this program is to train professionals in the field of the Internet of Things, at the level of electronic systems, communication and sensor aspects.
The lectures are given by professors and researchers from ESIEE Paris, UPEM and IFSTTAR, 3 institutions gathered in the newly created Univ of Gustave Eiffel on the Université Paris-Est campus, as from key industry players.
During the first semester, this program focuses on fundamental courses on electronics, micro/nanotechnologies and wireless communications. Then graduates will broaden their knowledge to advanced techniques for micro/nano-sensor design & fabrication, data transmission and applications.
The program also includes general management and innovation issues, as well as French culture and language.
During the two years of the MSc, one day per week, the students have to work on a R&D project with a professor. At the end of each year, students are required to conduct a development or research internship with either a company or a research laboratory. This can be carried out either in France or abroad.
The M.Sc. programme is accredited by the prestigious "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles", which is an association of the highest-level French Business and Engineering Schools.
Requirements : Bachelor/Master of Science, Engineering or Technology.
EU: Licence (L3) or Master (M1,2) or equivalent.
▶ To apply for the M.Sc.
After the completion of this Master, students may begin a career as an R&D engineer, application/technical support engineer, or a consultant in a company, or undertake a PhD in domains that may concern, but are not restricted to: