Master of Systems Engineering

Master of Systems Engineering
Master of Systems Engineering
The Master of Systems Engineering offers three tracks in the first year (M1) and nine tracks in the second year (M2). Certain tracks focus on advanced theory with an introduction to research, paving the way for R&D careers in industry or for doctoral studies.

Other, more applied tracks prepare students for positions of technical responsibility in business and industry, particularly in logistics and production, and in the design of mechanical and automated systems, automated equipment, and maintenance management and logistics systems.

Objectives

The Master of Systems Engineering aims to equip students with a thorough understanding of the modelling, design and management of product, enterprise and service systems (especially industrial ones), drawing extensively on the science of modelling, systems engineering and industrial engineering.

In terms of disciplines, this programme sits at the crossroads between applied mathematics, computer science, operational research, mechanics, control engineering, economics, and the management of design and production tools.

Organization

M2 "Conception et Commande des Systèmes Critiques" (CCSC)
Contact : Jean-Jacques Lesage, Dept Génie mécanique / Université Paris-Saclay  

M2 "Ingénierie numérique Produit Process" (IN2P)
Contact : Christophe.TOURNIER [at] lurpa.ens-cachan.fr (Christophe Tournier), Dept Génie mécanique / Université Paris-Saclay

M2 "Ingénierie de la Conception" (IC)
Contact : Christophe.TOURNIER [at] lurpa.ens-cachan.fr (Christophe Tournier,) Dept Génie mécanique
marija.jankovich [at] ecp.fr (Marija Jankovic,) Université Paris-Saclay 

Objectives

The Master of Systems Engineering aims to equip students with a thorough understanding of the modelling, design and management of product, enterprise and service systems (especially industrial ones), drawing extensively on the science of modelling, systems engineering and industrial engineering.

In terms of disciplines, this programme sits at the crossroads between applied mathematics, computer science, operational research, mechanics, control engineering, economics, and the management of design and production tools.