Engineer one

The core curriculum provides knowledge in the fundamental fields of information technology and computer-integrated production. The general training is continued according to the bases introduced in the first year. Each student chooses a speciality which enables them to explore in detail a particular field of application for new technology. The student also undertakes a project simultaneously: either an interdisciplinary project or an introduction to research project. The year ends with a compulsory internship.

Core curriculum

  • Accounting – Finance
  • Opening lectures
  • Training for job seeking
  • Production management
  • Operations research and graphs
  • Compulsory language: English
  • Optional languages: German, Spanish, Japanese, Swedish
  • IT design tools and methods
  • Language compilation project
  • Design and development project
  • Introduction to research or interdisciplinary project
  • Networks and systems
  • Expression and communication techniques
  • Compiler I
  • Digital image processing

“Technician” internship

Lasting 8 to 12 weeks, starting in mid-June
This internship must enable the student engineers to discover and practice the techniques and tools used in the professions involving IT and industrial production, in addition to confronting the associated time, economic and human restrictions. The evaluation of this internship is incorporated into the 3rd year management module.


Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

  • Parallel algorithmics
  • Data coding: application to medical data
  • Performance assessment
  • Management of big data
  • Data analysis and statistics
  • Applications domains specific module and Data visualisation (biomedical, smart cities, energy management)

Embedded Software

  • Automatic control engineering
  • Network physical layer
  • Models and algorithms
  • Smart objects
  • Advanced networks and systems
  • Specification of digital integrated circuits
  • Mobile embedded systems

Enterprise Information Systems

  • Functional analysis & flow simulations
  • Databases and information systems
  • Production planning and Managment
  • Integrated business management
  • Management of big data

Internet Systems and Security

  • Information Theory
  • Data Compression and Trustworthiness
  • Access Networks, Physical Networks
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Cryptography and Authentication
  • Digital Investigation and Forensics
  • Cybersecurity Methods, Laws and Organisation
  • Advanced Networks and Systems
  • Bootcamp

Software Engineering

  • Parallel algorithmics
  • Algorithmics of parallel and distributed systems
  • Models and algorithms
  • Web programming
  • Advanced networks and systems
  • Compiler II