The objectives of the master in Mechanics are :
SIM program: The aim of this program is to train managers with a very high level of expertise in simulation and instrumentation applied to fluid and solid mechanics, who will be responsible for research and development in major groups and SMEs in various sectors such as aviation, automotive, rail, environment etc
GM program: The main purpose of this program is to train managers with scientific, technical and professional knowledge in the fields of mechanical engineering, especially in the design and production of mechanical systems. The professions targeted by this program are managers responsible for developing and making industrial products (numerical simulation, R&D, production, design, quality management, project management etc) in major groups and SMEs in the engineering industry, in various sectors such as aviation, automotive, nuclear, agri-food and plastics processing
TMA program: The objective is to offer an original training on a complex and essential scientific theme. The pedagogical approach is innovative in that it first refocuses teaching on the scientific discipline, in this case turbulence. Straddling three majors (Physics, Mathematics and Applications, Mechanics), the TMA course focuses on all methods of analysis of turbulence with a unique interdisciplinary vision: fluid mechanics, mathematics, internal and external geophysics, physics, astrophysics and chemistry. Specialisation will be achieved at the end of the course through a choice of application modules and a 5-month M2 internship in a research laboratory or R&D research centre. Students who choose this course will want to become experts in fluid mechanics and turbulence before moving on to an application in a specific field.
EFM program: The aim of this program is to give students scientific and technical skills in environmental fluid mechanics (lakes, rivers, ocean, atmosphere etc) from theoretical, numerical and experimental perspectives. The content of each course ranges from fundamental aspects through to applications. This research program offers two main career opportunities : doctoral studies in environmental fluid mechanics, either in France or abroad, with a view to pursuing a career as teacher-researcher in a university, researcher in a large public organisation (CNRS/INRA, CEA etc), or R&D engineer within a company in the water or environmental engineering sectors
FME program: On completion of this program, students should have acquired scientific and technical skills in fluid mechanics and transfers (thermal, chemical) from theoretical, numerical and experimental perspectives. This program is mainly intended for students wishing to prepare for doctoral studies in fluid mechanics and transfers (thermal, chemical), either in France or abroad, with a view to pursuing a career as teacher-researcher in a university, researcher in a large public organisation (CNRS, CEA etc), or R&D engineer within a company in sectors such as energy or transport
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