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 four specializations:
Data science and Artificial intelligence (DSAI)
Distributed computing: from cloud to edge computing, embedded systems and networking (DC)
Artificial Intelligence for Graphics, Interaction, Vision and Robotics (AI4GIVR)
Software Systems and High Quality Components Engineering (SHCE)
The Master of Applied Mathematics (AM) offers a large spectrum of courses, covering areas where the research in applied math in Grenoble is at the best level. Our graduates are trained to become experts and leaders in scientific and technological projects where mathematical modeling and computing issues are central, in industry or research. A large and distinguished graduate Faculty participate in the program, bringing their expertise in a wide range of areas of mathematics including applied analysis, numerical analysis and scientific computing, probability theory and statistics, computational graphics, image analysis and processing, and applied geometry.
This master is one year program (M1) that can be pursued by one of the following Master 2 in Grenoble:
Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics: M2 MSIAM.
The Master of Science in CyberSecurity program is a one-year graduate program dedicated to cybersecurity, a field of excellence in the Grenoble techno pole.
CySec is a highly competitive, second year European Standard (LMD) graduate program, taught in English, it 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.
Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics (MSIAM)
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, one-year European Standard (LMD) graduate program, taught in English, offering training in the areas of Data Science, Modeling, Scientific Computing & Image analysis.