|Degree awarded : Master||Location : GRENOBLE - Campus||
Available as :
|Graduation year : Bac + 5||Tuition fees : 535,50 € per year for initial degree programs|
|Graduation level : Level I|
|Duration : 3 years (6 semesters)|
This branch offers a range of applied mathematics and computer courses which provide the skills required for modeling, simulation and optimization of complex systems. Four predefined options (Modeling, Computational Science and Simulation, Image, Virtual Reality and Multimedia, Decision-Making Aid, Bio-Informatics) develop a strong and coherent base in a specific domain which is complemented according to each student's choice of additional study.
This branch aims to train students as engineering consultants, design engineers or research engineers in the domains of imaging and multimedia, numerical modeling, scientific computation and visualization, statistical analysis and decision making.
To be admitted into Year 1 (at two years of post-secondary study), students must have completed two years of preparatory courses (science-track or Institute of Technology common preparatory program) or have earned an undergraduate degree from a university (in France, mainly DUT or L2).
Admission into Year 2 as a regular student for the two-year curriculum is open to foreign candidates holding a bachelor's degree. This leads to the French degree Diplôme d'Ingénieur Grenoble INP - Ensimag (Master of Science in Engineering).
It is also open to exchange and double-degree students from Ensimag's partner universities.
The semester 10, the last of the final year of studies is dedicated to the Graduation Project and associated internship (30 ECTS credits) which can be performed either in a research laboratory or in industry.
Through this final project, the student, as a full-time member of a working team, is able to synthesize the knowledge he or she has acquired and put it into practice in a professional context. The student is involved in a full-scale project. The results are presented in a project report to a committee made up of professionals and Ensimag Faculty members.
Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, spread out over the different courses completed. Students must obtain a grade of at least 10/20 in each course to obtain the credits.
Students in this major benefit from many agreements between Grenoble Institute of Technology and partners around the globe in the form of exchange programs, dual-degree programs, internships, and more.
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Modeling, simulation and optimization of complex systems.
Date of update July 11, 2018