Electronics and Applied Physics Engineer

Master of Science

Energy, transport, information systems, health … The training completed in Ensicaen prepares engineers capable of providing innovative and optimized solutions in many fields.
With fundamentals in mathematics, physics, measurements and signal processing, our students are trained in sensors and instrumentation engineering, digital processing and energy. Once they have graduated, our engineering students are capable of integrating the research and development department of large groups or innovative SME, in France or abroad.

Research-oriented Learning

Courses are given by research professors from three excellent laboratories approved by the CNRS: CIMAP, GREYC, LPC, by associate professors and experts from different industrial sectors.

MAJOR to choose from in the second year for a personalized course

Nuclear Engineering and Energy

With this course, our engineers operate in the field of energy and more specifically in nuclear power plants (conception, exploitation, dismantling).

They master energy production systems and acquire skills in radioprotection/safety and instrumentation/ nuclear measurements.

Advanced instrumentation

This course reinforces the dual competence in electronics and applied physics. Engineers are able to conceive complete instrumentation systems from the sensor to the man-machine interface. This course includes specific applications in photonics. Two options in the third year : Instrumentation and connectivity and Biomedical instrumentation.

Signals, Telecommunications and Embedded Systems.

Connected devices, vehicles, satellites, radars …
Our students are trained to innovate in the field of communication systems and industrial processes.
They master the conception of electronic systems using advanced algorithms.

Our curriculum in Electronics and Applied Physics

Teaching through projects

Pairwork projects – Second year
Electronics (30h) Programming (30h)

Team projects – third year
Industrial or research (90H)
Immersive electronic project (14 days)

Optional Double diploma in third year

International double diploma
Engineer of the University Federal of Paraná (UFPR) in Electrical Engineering (Curitiba,Brazil)
Engineer of the University of Brazilia (UnB) in Electronical Engineering or in Communication Network (Brasilia, Brazil)
Engineer of UNICAMP, in Electronical Engineering or in Physics or in automation, control and command (Campinas, Brazil).
Engineer of the University of Salerno “UNI-SA” in Computer Engineering (Salerno, Italy)
Engineer of Dublin City University (DCU) in Computer science and Electronics (Dublin, Irland)
Master in engineering at the University of Huazhong University of Science & Technology(HUST in Wuhan China).

Master of Research
Electronics, electrical energy, automation
Nucleus, atoms, collisions

Master in Management
EM Normandie Business School

Equipment

19 rooms for practical work: Optics and photonics, RF Ionizing radiation measures, Nuclear instrumentation, Embedded systems and Networks.
Fablab: 3D printer
Software: LabVIEW Matlab-Simulink LT Spice MCNP Zeemax …

Languages taught at ENSICAEN

First foreign language: English
Second foreign language: French, German or Spanish
Third foreign language (optional): Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, German, Spanish or Italian.

Internships

Technician – First year (optional)
4 weeks minimum, from mid-June to the end of August
Engineering assistant – Second year
4 months starting in May
Engineer – Third year – Final project study
5 to 6 months starting in March

ADMISSIONS

Become “ensicaennais” !

International students who wish to pursue an academic period to study for a Master of Science degree in Electronics and Applied Physics and depending on their level of studies are admitted to the Bachelor 3, Master1 or Master2 year. According to their mobility project, they have the possibility between being an exchange student, a double degree student or a fully enrolled ENSICAEN student.

The quality of how they are welcomed, the accommodation and their integration is a major preoccupation of ENSICAEN.

That is why they are taken care of by the International Club’s engineering students when they arrive and receive support from the International Relations Office which provides continuous follow-up to facilitate administrative and logistic procedures. The international students also participate in cultural and convivial events organized by the International Club or the Student Office during the year.

Career

Jobs

Engineer in research and development
Product development manager
Consulting engineer
Project manager
Technical and commercial engineer
Contractor

Sectors

Car industry, Aeronautics, Aerospace industry, Nuclear engineering, Energy, Security, Defence, Industry, Home automation, Robotics, Health, Medical imaging, Transport, Telecommunications, Information and Communication Technologies …

Partner companies
BNP Paribas – CapGemini
Crédit Agricole Payment Services
DejaMobile – DxO Image Science
Eldim – Elitt – Euro Information
Galitt – Gemalto – Ingenico
Kylii Motion – Natixis – NXP
Orange – Partelya Consulting
Quadraxis – Sopra Steria – Thalès
Ubisoft Motion Pictures
Wincor Nixdorf

Network
Member of the network Numerical Talents

Zoom on the Immersive Electronic Project

Every year since 2013, the engineering students from the majors “Advanced Instrumentation” and “Signals, automation, telecommunications and embedded systems” do role-play in the form of technological contests. In a limited time, the goal is to find the best technical solution while keeping a project management and a customer relation beyond reproach.

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Embedded World 

Every year, the engineering students from the majors “Advanced Instrumentation” and “Signals, automation, telecommunications and embedded systems” go to the leading international fair for embedded systems.

Be it security for electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things or e-mobility and energy efficiency – the embedded world trade fair in Nuremberg enables you to experience the whole world of embedded systems.

Discover the innovations from the embedded sector, meet experts and acquire new customers: more than 1,100 exhibitors and numerous speakers from 52 countries will be presenting the entire spectrum – ranging from construction elements through modules and full systems, operating systems, hard and software to services – to more than 32,000 trade visitors and approximately 2,200 conference participants from 77 countries.

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