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Industry of the future

Being an architect of innovative technologies to contribute to industrial and societal progress.

«Being an architect of innovative technologies to contribute to industrial and societal progress. »

industry of the future


The Industry of the Future field of excellence is a new way of thinking and organising business based on principles, means and key technologies whose impact is as much organisational as it is methodological and technological. Many sectors of activity are concerned: transport (automotive, aeronautics, rail, naval); energy (wind, nuclear, dismantling, etc.); space and armaments; robotics, mobile machines (public works, agricultural, etc.); machine tools, special machines; medical; the food industry, chemicals, petrochemicals; home automation and consumer products, etc. The Industry of the Future field of excellence includes five specialised courses and trains nearly 200 students each year. It relies on the resources of the CERIS research centre and the Mechatronics Platform. Thanks to a pedagogy based on acquisition through learning and action, the teaching of the field enables students to become "architects of innovative technologies to contribute to industrial and societal progress". This can be seen in collaborative projects in groups for each teaching module, a choice of in-depth studies, numerous scientific and industrial projects, practical work and application work that are carried out in close collaboration with Research Teachers and industrialists supported by professional environments and tools. »

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Study routes are offered in the Industry of the Future field of excellence

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Track is offered in English

GENERAL ENGINEER

At the end of the common core of the generalist engineer training, two options are offered in the field of excellence.

 

JEAN-SAMUEL WIENIN

Manager

jean-samuel.wienin@mines-ales.fr

Generalist Engineer, Mechatronic Systems option

Mechatronics deals with the synergic integration of mechanics, electronics, automation and computer science. In the design and manufacturing of a product, this interdisciplinary approach makes it possible to increase and optimise functionality. It is inseparable from the technological breakthroughs made in embedded systems, cobotics, additive manufacturing or in the field of drones, robots and autonomous vehicles.

Our ambition is to train engineers capable of adopting a mechatronic approach to design, produce and implement high-performance, intelligent and connected solutions.

This very versatile training allows access to different professions: Research and Development, design office, product engineer, project manager or business engineer. The industrial fields concerned are notably energy, transport, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical and defence.

Programme of the option

Systems engineering: technical processes - 64H

  • Principle of systems engineering
  • Requirements engineering
  • Architecture engineering

System engineering: support processes - 52H

  • Dependability
  • Verification, validation and IVTV
  • System evaluation

Design and creativity - 38H

  • Modelling and problem solving: TRIZ
  • Design theory and design for X

Modelling - 53H

  • CAD Project
  • Multi-domain modelling
  • Information tools for the company

Robotics and Automation 45H

  • Robotics and cobotics
  • Automation: non-linear systems

Mechanics and Materials - 64H

  • Modelling of mechanical systems
  • Vibration of structures
  • Properties and selection of materials

Modelling methods - 53H

  • EFI method
  • Multi-physics modelling and heat transfer

Sensors and Actuators - 48H

  • Actuators for Mechatronics
  • Sensors and interfaces

Digital Electronics - 40H

  • Development languages
  • Microcontroller Architecture

Mechatronic Design - 65H

  • Design Methods for Mechatronics
  • Interdisciplinary Industrial Development Project

Computer Science for Intelligent Systems - 50H

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things

Elective - 40H

  • Embedded systems
  • Android development
  • LabVIEW development
  • Electronics and vision

Application project - 120H

  • Machining and prototyping
  • Interdisciplinary Industrial Development Project

PIERRE COUTURIER

Manager

pierre.couturier@mines-ales.fr

Generalist Engineer, Industrial Engineering and Digital Transition option

The objective of this option is to train engineers with the culture required to master the tools and challenges of the digital transformation of the company and their impact on the company's information system.

They will be able to join multidisciplinary teams for the deployment and implementation of technical processes (engineering, integration, production, etc.) and management processes (steering, configuration management, MCO, etc.)

They are called upon to evolve towards functions and roles of leadership and then team management: systems engineer, production engineer or systems architect.


Programme of the option

Systems engineering: technical processes - 64H

  • Principle of systems engineering
  • Requirements engineering
  • Architecture engineering

System engineering: support processes - 52H

  • Dependability
  • Verification, validation and IVTV
  • System evaluation

Design and creativity - 38H

  • Modelling and problem solving: TRIZ
  • Design theory and design for X

Modelling - 53H

  • CAD Project
  • Multi-domain modelling
  • Information tools for the company

Robotics and Automation - 45H

  • Robotics and cobotics
  • Automation: non-linear systems

 

System Engineering: Modelling and deployment - 30H

  • Integrated logistic support
  • Deployment of systems engineering in companies

Modelling and simulation of industrial systems - 56H

  • SysML Modelling
  • Simulation

ROBAFIS Challenge - 62H
 

Transformation of corporate information systems - 49H

  • Advanced Planning System (APS)
  • Business Information System (ERP) and Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Operational Excellence - 73H

  • Decision support and approaches to business management
  • Lean Management
  • 6 Sigma Method

Intelligent Systems Computing - 50H

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things

Interoperability of systems - 40H

  • Enterprise Operating System
  • Interoperability and integration

Industrial Development Project - 120H

GRÉGORY ZACHAREWICZ

Manager

gregory.zacharewicz@mines-ales.fr

MASTERS AND MASTER'S

Master's degree in Design, Innovation and Society (supported by the University of Nîmes).

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DOCTORATE

Doctorate in the Risk Sciences Laboratory research unit

 

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