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M2 Industry 4.0

Presentation

Presentation

Applications are open from December to April from http://aap.e2s-uppa.eu

 

The aim of this master is to train Computer Sciences and Information Technologies experts in order to be able to address the new challenges of current and future generations of digital societies. Current trends on digital technologies represented by the Internet of things, cyber-physical systems, social networks, cloud computing, big data and cognitive computing have provided the basis for a new industrial revolution named Industry 4.0.

Our Industry 4.0 Computer Sciences Master degree offers a 1 year, full-time postgraduate program, aimed at providing solid scientific and technological foundations in order innovate, design and develop future digital organisations based on the new Internet of Everything (IoE) paradigm. It is suited for students planning both an academic or an industrial career and provides the theoretical basis and the practical expertise required to pursue in research or R&D organizations.

The master is fully taught in English and is hosted at the College of Sciences and Technologies for Energy and Environment (STEE) of the Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) in Anglet (France). The STEE College has been founded in the framework of the prestigious French Initiative of Excellence label I-SITE (Initiatives Sciences, Innovation, Territories and Economy), obtained by our E2S-UPPA project.

The program is carried out in close collaboration with the LIUPPA research laboratory and several R&D organisations, where scientific and experimental practicals will be performed. Students will also benefit from the global research environment and administrative support of the University Pau & Pays Adour, the E2S I-site program.

Objectives

  • Prepare students at an advanced specialised level to meet present and future scientific and technological challenges in digital industries and enterprises.
  • Develop research skills to engage in quality and successful research,
  • Prepare students for leading positions in private and public organisations in research and development departments.

Knowledge and skills

At the end of this program, the students  in the « Industry 4.0 Computer Sciences Master” will be able to:

  • Identify and analyse the functional and non-functional requirements of digital organisations (industries and enterprises).
  • Design and model multi-dimensional architectures resulting from the integration and coordination of Internet of Everything entities (IoT, Data, People, Services and Cloud Computing infrastructures) aimed at satisfying the digital organisation requirements.
  • Develop and implement a proof of concept system integrating the various Internet of Everything dimensions. 
  • Design and conduct experiments in order to test and evaluate Industry 4.0 systems.
  • Review, analyse, and interpret the body of scientific literature, contemporary issues and innovations computer sciences and information technologies disciplines.
  • Carry out a research project aimed at developing a state of the art and at identifying and solving scientific and technological challenges in the context of the Industry 4.0.

Additional information

  • Program intensity: Full-time
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Languages: Fully taught in English
  • Delivery mode:  On Campus at both STEE College and LIUPPA Laboratory (Anglet)

Program

Training content

Master 2

Computer Sciences: Industry 4.0

Academic Semester

Course Title

Course Description

ECTS

Industry 4.0 cyber-physical Systems Engineering

This course is designed to provide students with theoretical and practical skills to understand and perform requirements analysis and systems design, including systems engineering referential models and methodologies for Industry 4.0 cyber-physical systems. 

40h

 

4 ECTS

Business Intelligence and Business Analytics

This course aims at providing students with the foundations and developing competences in designing data flow paths allowing the construction of multi-dimensional data warehouses as well as the implementation of machine learning techniques in order to implement diagnosis, prediction and prescription models for smart systems.

40h

 

4 ECTS

Service and Micro-Service Oriented Architectures

This course aims at providing students with the concepts and approaches for understanding and designing distributed systems allowing them in particular  understand and to apply service-oriented and micro-services-oriented approaches for designing and developing heterogeneous systems and system of systems. Integration and interoperability solutions will be studied and applied.

40h

 

4 ECTS

Cloud Computing Services and Technologies

The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and competences in order to design and develop scalable, secure and cost-efficient infrastructures, platforms and software as a services for digital organisations.

40h

 

4 ECTS

Internet of Things

The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and competences in order to design and develop of Smart IoT systems based on the integration and orchestration of sensors and effectors objects of cyber-physical systems.

40h

 

4 ECTS

Semantic Web, Advanced Databases and Open Linked Data

This course aims at providing students with basic skills for designing and developing structured and unstructured advance databases in order to cope with the heterogeneous data planes dimensions required by the generations of information systems.

40h

 

4 ECTS

Research Initiation

This course aims at providing students with scientific methodologies and project management competences for developing a real industrial and/or research oriented project

30h

 

3 ECTS

French as a Foreign Language, English

 

30h

 

3ECTS

INTERNSHIP

Research internship

This internship is intended to allow students applying a scientific approach and project management methodologies for an academic or industrial research project.

Examples of application domains :  Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing,  Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Building, Smart Enterprises including Business Intelligence and Business Analytics (Machine Learning)

30 ECTS

Admission

Tuition fees

European students (from a UE country, the Economic European Area or Switzerland)

Enrollment costs: Usual cost for a Master degree at UPPA.

Non-European students

If you were already registered in a public institution for the academic year 2018/19, and you want to continue with the same university course, tuition fees don’t change. The French State continues to cover most of your cost of training.

If you arrive in France for the academic year 2019 with a VLS-TS visa for studies or if you were already registered in a public institution in 2018/2019, and you are changing course (starting a Master’s course after a Licence course, or starting a Doctorate/PhD after a Master’s course), the French State will cover 2/3 of your cost of training. Tuition fees will be:

  • 3,770 euros for a full year in Master’s course

Scholarships
  • Region Aquitaine Scholarships for non-EU students

  • E2S Talent's Academy Scholarships for all students

  • Master's scholarships

And after

Further studies

Sectors:
  • Computer Science, Information Technologies, Systems Engineering.
Fields:
  • Research and R&D structures
Positions:
  • PhD student and R&D Engineer

Contact(s)

Organizational unit

Person in charge

Exposito Garcia Ernesto

Email : ernesto.exposito-garcia @ univ-pau.fr

Places

  • Anglet

More info

ECTS credits 60

Type of education

  • Foreign students
  • Ongoing training
  • Work-study training
  • Initial training

Number of students 20

Internship Mandatory (5-6 months)

Internship abroad Optional

Registration
From December 17, 2018 to April 26, 2019

Teaching start
September 2, 2019

Partner laboratories

Attachment

Brochure (461 Ko)