• ECTS

    30 credits

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Science

Presentation

The Master EEA of the Faculty of Science allows the acquisition of advanced scientific skills in order to guarantee an optimal professional integration of its graduates. The scientific legibility of the EEA Master's courses and therefore of the EEA specialisation is guaranteed by the support of a teaching department composed of teacher-researchers who carry out their research mainly in two of the University's leading laboratories (IES and LIRMM). The link with research is further strengthened by the active participation of researchers from these organisations in the teaching. The organisation of each course presents a progressive specialisation from the first to the second year which allows the latest research subjects in the field to be addressed in order to give the student an "up to date" knowledge base. The final internship plays an essential role with regard to professional objectives, as it often constitutes the first immersion in a professional environment.

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  • The calculated success rate for the LMD4 is about 87%.

    Success rate

Objectives

Our training objective is to give our students a solid foundation in the disciplines of electronics, electrical engineering, automation and signal processing, mainly in M1. The second year offers students a specialisation in the fields needed by the EEA industries, as well as in the recognised themes of our laboratories federated around the I2S doctoral school.

These areas are particularly targeted by the 5 courses offered:

  • Sensors, Electronics & Connected Objects (CEO)
  • Electrical Energy, Environment and Systems Reliability (3EFS)
  • Photonics, Microwave & Communications Systems (PHyS)
  • Robotics (Rob)
  • Integrated & Embedded Electronic Systems (IEES)

and an ERAMUS MUNDUS pathway:

  • Ionising Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP)

 

The professional aspects are inherent to the discipline taught, which must follow technological developments. The teaching teams are all in close contact with the world of industry and the world of research, which ensures that the courses are well adapted to the needs of the students. The presence of external contributors, projects and internships reinforce this professionalization. The integration of young graduates is very fast because they have skills that allow them to be quickly operational.

 

 

 

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Know-how and skills

In addition to the knowledge and skills specific to each of the Master EEA courses detailed in the course presentations, the Master EEA provides the transversal skills necessary for any future manager at Bac+5 level:

  • Autonomy at work, time management, initiative and team coordination.
  • Project management: objectives, context, implementation, evaluation, cost.
  • Drafting of documents, notices and briefs.
  • Oral presentation of studies, problems and design solutions.
  • The use of technical and scientific English.
  • Applying for an internship or a job offer (CV, cover letter, presentation).
  • Getting to know the business environment and how it works.

 

 

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Organization

Programme

All the courses in the Master EEA have a two-year (4 semesters) pedagogical progression.

The first year of the Master's programme consists of two semesters. The first semester is shared by all the EEA Master's courses and provides basic theoretical knowledge and transversal skills in the EEA disciplines. In the second semester, students follow courses specific to their course. The course also includes English and SHS (Human and Social Sciences) courses. Students carry out a project that may extend beyond the first semester and must complete an internship or a final year project.

The second year of the Master's programme consists of two semesters. The first semester is academic, with both professional and research courses based on the specificities of the research laboratory linked to the Master's programme. The second semester is devoted to a final study project and an industrial or research internship.

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Electrical Energy, Environment and Systems Reliability

The Electrical Energy, Environment and Systems Reliability (3EFS) course of the Master's degree in Electronics, Electrical Energy and Automation is a generalist course in the field of electrical engineering.

It is based on societal and industrial needs to participate in the reduction of environmental impact in applications related to mobility, electrical energy production and home improvement.

The training provided in this course meets the strong demand that industrialists constantly express in their partnerships with the laboratory, it meets the ever-increasing need for technological innovation in the industrial environment and enables students to acquire a solid foundation for management positions.

This course covers various fields relating to electrical energy, from production and transport to energy management and distribution. The training provided responds to the major challenges of managing electrical energy in distribution networks which are increasingly impacted by the growing insertion of intermittent energies (wind, photovoltaic, etc.). It contributes, together with industrialists in the field, to highlighting the problems linked to the design of new ecoresponsible products.

An important part of the project is the study of renewable energies and their integration into the electricity grids, taking into account the advantages and disadvantages of this integration, which allows a precise vision of their environmental impact.

In the same philosophy, it presents current solutions for increasing the energy efficiency of energy conversion systems based, for example, on motorisation solutions for transport and on the design of power converters for embedded systems.

The methods of study, simulation, design as well as software tools and the CAD study approach are presented to the students of this course, whether they are used in design offices, research and development or research laboratories.

Practical training based on practical work to illustrate the theoretical teachings and to acquire the professional skills necessary for the student's future expertise is also a key element of this training.

The projects, associated with the courses and practical work, which will be carried out by the student will enable him to apply the knowledge, theoretical or experimental methods acquired during the courses.

The technical training is also combined with English and humanities and social sciences.

 

In the first year, the shared units offered allow students to build on a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and cross-disciplinary skills in the EAS disciplines necessary for their course.

Visits to industrial sites are organised during the course to provide an insight into the environment and the equipment used.

 

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Electrical Energy, Environment and Systems Reliability - APPRENTICESHIP

The Electrical Energy, Environment and Systems Reliability (3EFS) course of the Master's degree in Electronics, Electrical Energy and Automation is a generalist course in the field of electrical engineering.

It is based on societal and industrial needs to participate in the reduction of environmental impact in applications related to mobility, electrical energy production and home improvement.

The training provided in this course meets the strong demand that industrialists constantly express in their partnerships with the laboratory, it meets the ever-increasing need for technological innovation in the industrial environment and enables students to acquire a solid foundation for management positions.

This course covers various fields relating to electrical energy, from production and transport to energy management and distribution. The training provided responds to the major challenges of managing electrical energy in distribution networks which are increasingly impacted by the growing insertion of intermittent energies (wind, photovoltaic, etc.). It contributes, together with industrialists in the field, to highlighting the problems linked to the design of new ecoresponsible products.

An important part of the project is the study of renewable energies and their integration into the electricity grids, taking into account the advantages and disadvantages of this integration, which allows a precise vision of their environmental impact.

In the same philosophy, it presents current solutions for increasing the energy efficiency of energy conversion systems based, for example, on motorisation solutions for transport and on the design of power converters for embedded systems.

The methods of study, simulation, design as well as software tools and the CAD study approach are presented to the students of this course, whether they are used in design offices, research and development or research laboratories.

Practical training based on practical work to illustrate the theoretical teachings and to acquire the professional skills necessary for the student's future expertise is also a key element of this training.

The projects, associated with the courses and practical work, which will be carried out by the student will enable him to apply the knowledge, theoretical or experimental methods acquired during the courses.

The technical training is also combined with English and humanities and social sciences.

 

In the first year, the shared units offered allow students to build on a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and cross-disciplinary skills in the EAS disciplines necessary for their course.

Visits to industrial sites are organised during the course to provide an insight into the environment and the equipment used.

 

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Sensors, Electronics and Connected Objects

The Sensors, Electronics and Connected Objects (C.E.O.) course of the Master EEA, is based on a laboratory (IES UMR CNRS 5214) whose skills are recognised, on teacher-researchers in contact with industrial and academic advances, and on professionals in the field involved in the training. This course is an evolution of the "Sensors & Associated Systems" course (CSA), where we have reorganised the teaching with more homogeneous blocks and made the necessary adaptations to be in phase with current technologies (IOT) for tomorrow's challenges (Industry 4.0, autonomous vehicle, defence, health environment etc.). This teaching allows us to cover the design of the sensor (microsystem), its characterisation, its processing electronics, energy autonomy, wireless communication and data processing.

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Sensors, Electronics and Connected Objects - LEARNING

The Sensors, Electronics and Connected Objects (C.E.O.) course of the Master EEA, is based on a laboratory (IES UMR CNRS 5214) whose skills are recognised, on teacher-researchers in contact with industrial and academic advances, and on professionals in the field involved in the training. This course is an evolution of the "Sensors & Associated Systems" course (CSA), where we have reorganised the teaching with more homogeneous blocks and made the necessary adaptations to be in phase with current technologies (IOT) for tomorrow's challenges (Industry 4.0, autonomous vehicle, defence, health environment etc.). This teaching allows us to cover the design of the sensor (microsystem), its characterisation, its processing electronics, energy autonomy, wireless communication and data processing.

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Robotics

The main objective of the Robotics course of the Master EEA is to train high-level specialists in Robotics, Industrial Computing, Image Processing and Automation.

It is one of the natural extensions of the EEA (Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Automation) degree and of any other scientific and technological training in the fields of EEA, computer science, applied mathematics, mechatronics, etc.

During the first year (taught in French) students will take fundamental courses in electronics, energetics, automation and signal processing in the first semester, followed by specialisation courses in robotics in the second semester. In the second semester, they will learn the basics of robotics (manipulative and mobile), image processing and robot programming tools.

During the second year (taught in English), students will take courses in robot modelling and control, perception for robotics, optimisation, artificial intelligence, embedded systems and programming. They will also have a course opening on research, targeting the most innovative applications of robotics (micro-manipulators, surgical robots, submarines, humanoids, virtual and augmented reality, operational safety, teleoperation, etc.). In the second semester of the second year, students will carry out a one-month research project in a laboratory or company, followed by a tutored internship (in a company or laboratory) of 4 to 6 months.

The course is open to alternation through an apprenticeship contract. This contract allows students to acquire the theoretical bases during the weeks of training and to put them into practice during the periods spent in the company. This mode of operation thus facilitates the development of skills. It also has the advantage for the student of being paid even before graduating.

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The main objective of the robotics program is to prepare high-level specialists in Robotics, Industrial data processing, Image processing and Automation.

 

This Master Course is a natural extension of the Bachelor's Degree in EEA (Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Automation) of UM or of any other scientific and technological bachelors in related fields (e.g., computer science, applied mathematics, mechatronics, etc..).

 

During the first semester of the1st year of the Master (taught in French), students will follow basic courses in electronics, energy, control systems and signal processing. The second semester is mainly focused on specialized courses in robotics. These courses will allow students to learn the basics of robotics (both fixed and mobile base robots), image processing and robot programming tools.

 

During the second year, which is taught in English, the courses in the first semester include robot modelling and control, perception for robotics, optimization, artificial intelligence, embedded systems and programming. Students will also have a research-oriented course, targeting the most innovative applications of robotics (micro-manipulators, surgical robotics, submarine robotics, humanoids, virtual and augmented reality, operational safety, teleoperation, etc). In the second semester, students will carry out a one-month research project in a laboratory or a company, followed by a tutored internship (in a company or laboratory) of 4 to 6 months.

 

The Master course is also open to work-study through an apprenticeship contract. Such a contract allows students to acquire the theoretical bases during the training weeks and to put them into practice during the periods spent in the company. This mode of functioning improves their skills. It also has the advantage for the student to be paid before graduation.

 

 

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Robotics - LEARNING

The main objective of the Robotics course of the Master EEA is to train high-level specialists in Robotics, Industrial Computing, Image Processing and Automation.

It is one of the natural extensions of the EEA (Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Automation) degree and of any other scientific and technological training in the fields of EEA, computer science, applied mathematics, mechatronics, etc.

During the first year (taught in French) students will take fundamental courses in electronics, energetics, automation and signal processing in the first semester, followed by specialisation courses in robotics in the second semester. In the second semester, they will learn the basics of robotics (manipulative and mobile), image processing and robot programming tools.

During the second year (taught in English), students will take courses in robot modelling and control, perception for robotics, optimisation, artificial intelligence, embedded systems and programming. They will also have a course opening on research, targeting the most innovative applications of robotics (micro-manipulators, surgical robots, submarines, humanoids, virtual and augmented reality, operational safety, teleoperation, etc.). In the second semester of the second year, students will carry out a one-month research project in a laboratory or company, followed by a tutored internship (in a company or laboratory) of 4 to 6 months.

The course is open to alternation through an apprenticeship contract. This contract allows students to acquire the theoretical bases during the weeks of training and to put them into practice during the periods spent in the company. This mode of operation thus facilitates the development of skills. It also has the advantage for the student of being paid even before graduating.

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The main objective of the robotics program is to prepare high-level specialists in Robotics, Industrial data processing, Image processing and Automation.

 

This Master Course is a natural extension of the Bachelor's Degree in EEA (Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Automation) of UM or of any other scientific and technological bachelors in related fields (e.g., computer science, applied mathematics, mechatronics, etc..).

 

During the first semester of the1st year of the Master (taught in French), students will follow basic courses in electronics, energy, control systems and signal processing. The second semester is mainly focused on specialized courses in robotics. These courses will allow students to learn the basics of robotics (both fixed and mobile base robots), image processing and robot programming tools.

 

During the second year, which is taught in English, the courses in the first semester include robot modelling and control, perception for robotics, optimization, artificial intelligence, embedded systems and programming. Students will also have a research-oriented course, targeting the most innovative applications of robotics (micro-manipulators, surgical robotics, submarine robotics, humanoids, virtual and augmented reality, operational safety, teleoperation, etc). In the second semester, students will carry out a one-month research project in a laboratory or a company, followed by a tutored internship (in a company or laboratory) of 4 to 6 months.

 

The Master course is also open to work-study through an apprenticeship contract. Such a contract allows students to acquire the theoretical bases during the training weeks and to put them into practice during the periods spent in the company. This mode of functioning improves their skills. It also has the advantage for the student to be paid before graduation.

 

 

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Photonics, Microwave & Communication Systems

The PHotonics, Hyperfrequencies and Telecommunications Systems (PHyS) course is a theoretical and practical training course leading to the mastery of future technologies for generating, transmitting, detecting, processing and converting electromagnetic waves such as radio waves, microwaves, terahertz waves, infrared, visible and ultraviolet waves, in a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedical to telecommunications, including defence, industrial processes and environmental control.

This is a sector of activity with very high technical and economic potential, characterised by numerous applications in both industry and research.

On the theoretical level, the training will first provide the knowledge necessary to understand the physical principles associated with the various components such as diodes, transistors, lasers, optical fibres, waveguides, antennas, etc. This knowledge base will then be used to build complex systems such as radars, lidars, imagers, and in particular telecommunications systems.

On the practical side, a fundamental place is given to practical work which will enable students to familiarise themselves with the equipment commonly used in companies in the field, thanks to state-of-the-art equipment and professional material.

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The PHyS course is a theoretical and practical training leading to the mastery of future technologies to generate, transmit, detect, process and convert electromagnetic waves such as radio waves, microwaves, terahertz waves, infrared, visible and ultraviolet light, in a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedical to telecommunications, including defence, industrial processes and environmental control.

This is a business sector with very strong technical and economic potential characterized by numerous applications, both industrial and in research.

On a theoretical level, the training will initially provide the knowledge necessary to understand the physical principles associated with the various components such as diodes, transistors, lasers, optical fibers, waveguides, antennas, etc. This knowledge base will then result in the creation of complex systems such as radars, lidars, imagers, and in particular telecommunications systems.

On a practical level, a fundamental place is given to teaching practicum which will allow students to familiarize themselves with the equipment commonly used in companies in the field, thanks to state-of-the-art equipment and professional equipment available at the university.

 

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Photonics, Microwave & Communication Systems - LEARNING

The PHotonics, Hyperfrequencies and Telecommunications Systems (PHyS) course is a theoretical and practical training course leading to the mastery of future technologies for generating, transmitting, detecting, processing and converting electromagnetic waves such as radio waves, microwaves, terahertz waves, infrared, visible and ultraviolet waves, in a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedical to telecommunications, including defence, industrial processes and environmental control.

This is a sector of activity with very high technical and economic potential, characterised by numerous applications in both industry and research.

On the theoretical level, the training will first provide the knowledge necessary to understand the physical principles associated with the various components such as diodes, transistors, lasers, optical fibres, waveguides, antennas, etc. This knowledge base will then be used to build complex systems such as radars, lidars, imagers, and in particular telecommunications systems.

On the practical side, a fundamental place is given to practical work which will enable students to familiarise themselves with the equipment commonly used in companies in the field, thanks to state-of-the-art equipment and professional material.

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The PHyS course is a theoretical and practical training leading to the mastery of future technologies to generate, transmit, detect, process and convert electromagnetic waves such as radio waves, microwaves, terahertz waves, infrared, visible and ultraviolet light, in a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedical to telecommunications, including defence, industrial processes and environmental control.

This is a business sector with very strong technical and economic potential characterized by numerous applications, both industrial and in research.

On a theoretical level, the training will initially provide the knowledge necessary to understand the physical principles associated with the various components such as diodes, transistors, lasers, optical fibers, waveguides, antennas, etc. This knowledge base will then result in the creation of complex systems such as radars, lidars, imagers, and in particular telecommunications systems.

On a practical level, a fundamental place is given to teaching practicum which will allow students to familiarize themselves with the equipment commonly used in companies in the field, thanks to state-of-the-art equipment and professional equipment available at the university.

 

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Integrated and Embedded Electronic Systems

The "Integrated and Embedded Electronic Systems" (SEIE) course of the Master EEA, unique at the regional level, is based on the strong and nationally and internationally recognised skills of the EC and researchers of the Microelectronics Department of the LIRMM in the field of the design and testing of microelectronic circuits and systems. This field covers aspects such as the design of integrated digital and analogue systems, the validation of integrated circuits and systems, the testing of integrated circuits and systems, industrial testing, the design and testing of heterogeneous systems and microsystems, digital security and the use of artificial intelligence.

 

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Integrated and Embedded Electronic Systems - APPRENTICESHIP

The "Integrated and Embedded Electronic Systems" (SEIE) course of the Master EEA, unique at the regional level, is based on the strong and nationally and internationally recognised skills of the EC and researchers of the Microelectronics Department of the LIRMM in the field of the design and testing of microelectronic circuits and systems. This field covers aspects such as the design of integrated digital and analogue systems, the validation of integrated circuits and systems, the testing of integrated circuits and systems, industrial testing, the design and testing of heterogeneous systems and microsystems, digital security and the use of artificial intelligence.

 

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Admission

Public cible

Étudiant(e) ayant un diplôme de niveau bac+3 en électronique, physique appliquée, automatique, mécatronique, informatique, ingénierie électrique/électronique/mécanique ou mathématiques appliquées.

C’est un prolongement naturel de la Licence EEA et de toute autre formation à caractère scientifique et technologique dans les domaines de l’EEA.

Personne en reconversion professionnelle en formation continue ou alternance.

Personne en formation professionnelle en formation continue ou alternance.

Étudiant(e) étranger titulaire d’une formation à bac+3 scientifique et technologique.

 

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Pré-requis nécessaires

Les candidats doivent posséder une solide formation universitaire dans les domaines de l’électronique numérique/analogique, l’électrotechnique, l’électronique de puissance, l’automatique, l’informatique, l’informatique industrielles et du traitement du signal.

Avoir des bases solides en mathématiques et physiques.

 

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Pré-requis recommandés

Aucun.

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Résultats attendus

Taux de réussite :       

 

The calculated success rate for the LMD4 is about 87%.

 

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Poursuites d'études

Après le M2 les étudiantes et étudiants qui le souhaitent peuvent intégrer un doctorat en milieu académique ou industriel dans un domaine proche de la formation qui les amènera à un niveau bac+8.

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Poursuites d'études à l'étranger

Après le M2 les étudiantes et étudiants qui le souhaitent peuvent intégrer un doctorat en milieu académique ou industriel dans un domaine proche de la formation qui les amènera à un niveau bac+8.

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Passerelles et réorientation

Possibilité pour un étudiant titulaire d’une année de Master 1 ou d’un Master 2 dans le domaine de l’EEA ou de la physique appliquée de candidater en Master 2. Son d’admission est assujettie au comité pédagogique de sélection du parcours.

Un étudiant de Master 1 peut être réorienté vers un autre parcours avec l’accord du responsable du parcours ou une autre formation nationale.

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Insertion professionnelle

Les étudiants ayant validé ce parcours se voient offrir deux possibilités d’insertion professionnelle.

  • Accès aux métiers de l’industrie : voie choisie par environ 70% d’une promotion. Nombreux débouchés dans le domaine de la conception et du test de circuits et systèmes intégrés microélectroniques : concepteur de systèmes embarqués et hétérogènes, de circuits numériques, de circuits analogiques et mixtes, ingénieur d’application, ingénieur produit.
  • Accès aux métiers de la recherche : ingénieur R&D ou chercheur pour 30% d’une promotion après une poursuite d’étude.
  • Les emplois types accessibles sont :

    • Chef de projets (études).
    • Cadre supérieur d’études scientifiques et de recherche appliquée ou fondamentale.
    • Cadre supérieur d’études, de recherche et de développement en industrie.
    • Chargé d’affaires.
    • Enseignant (si admissible aux concours de l’agrégation).
    • Enseignant chercheur (si master suivi d’un doctorat).

     

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