Areas of specialization in technologies and management allow our students to construct their own personalized educational and training program, and improve their knowledge based on their interests.
Science & Technology
Development of information system applications (CASI)
Goal: To provide the theoretical and practical basics for the analysis, development and implementation of applications with UML notation, and understand the corresponding graphic representation in order to know how to use each diagram.
Topics: Assimilation of iterative and incremental reasoning based on use cases.
Distributed architecture engineering (IAD)
Goal: To be capable of understanding the complexity of distributed architectures, to develop them and monitor their continuous, rapid development.
Topics: Distributed and competitive algorithmics and programming, the development of web and mobile applications, peer-to-peer and service-oriented architectures.
Software engineering (ILOG)
Goal: To master software techniques, languages and industrial production tools as well as understanding of the theoretical aspects and best practices related to their use.
Service Integration (INTES)
Goal: To effectively gain the necessary knowledge and experience for the applicative integration and maintenance of IT service components in typical enterprise architectures.
Topics: Application supervision and logging, script languages, automation of tasks, application launches, software components and application infrastructures of business information systems, n-tier architectures, service-oriented architectures, enterprise service bus, EDI/ERP/CMS, and collaborative applications. Examples of the technologies studied: OSGI, JMX, JMS, RMI, J2EE, Hibernate, SQL.
3D Entertainement Technologies (3DEtech)
Goal: To acquire methods and techniques enabling interaction with digital and virtual environments.
Topics: Human-Machine interactions, (particularly ergonomic problems linked to the development of mobile services within the framework of embedded applications), intelligent systems necessary for ambient intelligence, 3D-vision and image-synthesis techniques, gateways enabling exchanges between the real and virtual worlds, and "Serious Games".
Big Multimedia Data (BigMData)
Goal: This UV addresses the methodological aspects (compression, machine learning, information searches, etc.) used to tackle these challenges as well as the technologies used to apply these methods on a large scale, particularly via the distribution of storage and processing. The course's theoretical and technological topics will be illustrated by applications that execute different media: text, images, video, etc.
Principles and models for security (PMS), partially in English
Goal: To know the principle theories, models and methodologies for network and system security; To acquire the methods and techniques for vulnerability analysis and risk assessment; To comprehend the policies and standards regarding security evaluation and management in enterprise computer networks. Topics: Reliability of complex systems, cryptography, privacy management, access control, authentication, intrusion alerts, etc.
Network and systems security (SRS), partially in English
Goal: In-depth understanding of how intrusions work, in order to develop the capacity to resolve security issues in a creative and innovative manner.
Topics: The study of typical intrusion variants (DOS, spamming, slave networks, or "botnets", etc.) and their corresponding countermeasures; simulated attacks and defense; security tools (Snort).
Network Services (SER)
Goal: To understand the issues regarding telecom or network service support for network architectures; To be capable of designing, developing and optimizing basic services for enterprise networks or operators.
Topics: The analysis of networks from a "service" point of view (support and deployment), with the critical aspects (routing, performance, authentication, authorization, etc.) linked to service support (e.g. VoIP).
Network architectures (ARES)
Goal: To acquire a firm grasp of support architectures in the circulation of information; To learn how to design, install, manage and optimize enterprise network architectures (Inter, Intra and Extranets) in order to be able to install and maintain hardware and software solutions.
Topics: Topological and architectural principles of network interconnections, routing mechanisms and inter-network protocols, configuration management, administration and supervision.
Wireless communications systems (CSF)
Goal: To improve one's knowledge in the field of signal and information processing techniques in wireless communications (coding, diversity, reception); to synthesize a complex heterogeneous system (hybrid and emerging technologies) and develop solutions that meet a set of specifications (with simulations and performance studies).
Topics: Mathematical modeling, modulation and diversity, optimized detection, etc.
Radio-frequency systems engineering (INGERF)
Goal: To be capable of analyzing the structure of a radio link and optimize its performance (design and configure a link, measure and characterize a component or radiation fields); To know how to make technological choices for a contactless link.
Topics: Transmission by radio-relay systems, passive and active components, contactless technologies, antenna radio and software-defined radio, etc.
Radio-mobile networks (MOBIL)
Goal: To acquire a balance of skills regarding aspects of radio, network and mobile services. Topics: Cellular networks, principles, standards (GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA and LTE), planning and network provisioning.
Networks of communicating objects (ROC)
Goal: To become familiarized with networks of communicating objects using a very forward-looking approach.
Topics: Current contactless technologies such as RFID, the deployment of emergency radio networks in the event of natural disasters, networks used to improve the comfort and safety of transport.
Embedded systems (SEMBA)
Goal: To be capable of designing a simple embedded system or a software application within an existing embedded system.
Topics: Hardware and software solutions used for embedded telecoms systems (network hardware/mobile telephony, etc.), concepts pertaining to "real-time" systems and their programming.
Statistical information processing (TSI)
Goal: To provide theoretical research experience in estimation and information via a research project aimed at implementing the theoretical concepts studied: signal statistics, Bayesian inference, etc.
Digital television (TVNUM)
Goal: To be capable of designing an image transportation network, choosing, configuring and implementing the hardware, proposing and deploying new multimedia services.
Topics: Image and audio compression techniques, transportation networks traditionally used for television and video surveillance or, more generally, multimedia.
Optical telecommunications functions (FOTONS)
Goal: To understand the basics of optical communications (the study of fiber optics, active and passive components, optical transmission and the creation of a link budget).
Topics: Continuous and pulsed lasers, Superluminescent sources, Optical connection for data transmission, Electro-optical modulation, Fiber-laser stability, Optical amplification: EDFA and Raman, WDM connections.
Consultancy and service management (MACS)
This module is aimed at future engineers intending to work within service management or in a consulting position, and who can expect to be faced with drafting commercial or technical bids and managing projects. The module particularly involves acquiring methods that enable students to meet a customer's needs working as part of a proposal team.
Information system management (MSI)
This module's aim is to sensitize students to the role of information systems (IS) and more generally that of business intelligence (BI), which today is the cornerstone of any organization (company, administration, etc.). The various BI-related professions will be discussed. This includes IS management, IS audits, the decision-maker's strategic point of view, the technical choices, data mining and decision support systems.
Design and management of information systems (CGSI)
Going far beyond the technical aspects of IT, the aim of this module is to understand the design of information systems (IS). The methodological approach is proposed as a progressive series of steps and illustrated by different diagrams using the "industrial" UML (Unified Modeling Language) standard. Aspects regarding Data will be viewed from two angles, in a relational sense and as objects.
Management in a competitive environment (MEC)
The rationale supporting industrial economics and competition today plays a central role in the development of business strategies. The aim of this module is to supply students with the tools and concepts they need to interpret business strategies and the different forms of market competition. This involves analyzing the procedures deployed by companies in order to stand out from their competitors or restrict competition (technological agreements, arrangements, predatory pricing and abuse of dominant positions) and studying competition policies that condemn anti-competitive practices.
International economic challenges (EEI)
International exchanges now occur on a massive scale and the interdependency between national economies is considerable.
The aim of this module is to better define the mechanisms in operation and achieve a better understanding of the consequences these phenomena have on the different countries and companies concerned. It also attempts to understand major developments occurring in certain major economic regions throughout the world, looking beyond the strictly French point of view to consider other economic and social "models".
Management of corporate social responsibility (MRSE)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) focuses on the company's internal organizational structure, its relations with its partners, the environment, social relations and the compliance with human rights. Moreover, the ability to transform CSR into a strategic tool favoring innovation and competitiveness amongst companies takes up, in a cross-functional manner, the original questions raised by CSR. The aim of this module is thus to present CSR and its different operational variations within the field of company management by noting specific characteristics and ethical lines. The module is organized around the presentation of the fundamental concepts, but above all, it focuses on interventions by CSR stakeholders and operators looking to better define the operational aspects and relevance of this approach.
Management of network industries (MIR)
The engineer is the professional within an organization who innovates and very often designs products and innovative processes. And yet, the success of any innovation requires that considerations beyond the purely technical sphere be taken into account. The aim of this UV is to carry out this task by offering student-engineers the tools to understand, analyze and manage the economic, social and legal factors that play a role in the emergence and adoption of information and communications technology (ICT). The particular features of this technology (ICT) will be explained via theoretical courses as well as case studies, conferences and role-playing.
Competitive Intelligence (IE)
Information is an important competitive factor for SMEs or large companies. Competitive intelligence aims to take a competitive advantage of strategic information control. Our objective is to help students, future engineers, to be efficent stakeholders in competitive intelligence system by understanding issues, acquiring an information culture, methodologies/tools and developing right reflexes.
This UV will present 3 themes : strategic monitoring (anticipation), information security/knowledge management (economic security), proactive action on companies environments (influence).
This UV is offered as a distance-learning course.