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Masters of Science

Communication Systems Engineering Master

The primary goal of the Communication Systems Engineering Master degree is to train students for exciting and successful careers in telecommunication systems engineering. At the end of this training, students are able to design and supervise communication systems as simple as point to point communication links to more complex heterogeneous networks.

Master of Science in Informatics

The objective of the Master of Science in Informatics is to offer to all students, regardless of country of origin, access to world-class graduate training in areas of informatics where the scientific research community in Grenoble is particularly strong. This programme includes five specializations:
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Web,
  • Parallel, Distributed and Embedded Systems,
  • Ubiquitous and Interactive Systems,
  • Graphics, Vision and Robotics,
  • Advanced Information Systems & Software Engineering.

Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics


The Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics program offers a large spectrum of courses, covering areas where the research in applied math in Grenoble is at the best level
It is a highly competitive, second year European Standard (LMD) graduate program, taught in English, offering training in the areas of Modeling, Scientific Computing, Geometry, Image, CAD, Statistics and Data Science.

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Master in Security, Cryptology and Coding of Information systems


The Master of Science in Security, Cryptology and Coding of Information Systems program is a one-year graduate program dedicated to cybersecurity, a field of excellence in the Grenoble techno pole.

SCCI is a highly competitive, second year European Standard (LMD) graduate program, taught in English, with two tracks: the one dedicated to research (M2R) and the other one towards advanced engineering (M2P). SCCI offers training in the areas of cybersecurity: secure protocols and infrastructures design and analysis; software and hardware implementations; coding and multimedia application; audit and forensics.


 

Written by Patrice Uvietta

Date of update February 20, 2014

Communication Systems Engineering

Master of Science in Informatics

Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Université de Grenoble