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Engineering Design

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

The Master in Engineering Design gives insight into scientific as well as professional working methods in product development and design. The program provides development of creativity and communicative, leadership and cooperative skills, as well as the ability to take social and ethical engagement.

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Master in Software and Service Architectures (SSA)

EIT Digital Master School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Paris

The programme in Software and Service Architectures is an enhanced version of the previous programme on Service Design and Engineering and aims to educate the next generation of service designers and software architects capable of designing and engineering novel software systems to: (i) Drive digitalization of businesses, (ii) Create new businesses based on software intensive services, (iii) Be responsible for the elicitation and definition of what software products and services IT companies should create in order to be successful; (iv) Be responsible for the processes and methods for the effective development of modern software systems. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Design in France 2017. Formerly known as: Service, Design and Engineering SDE) Why study the EIT Digital Software and Service Architectures programme? The EIT Digital SSA programme offers: Innovative and well grounded education for the next generation of service designers and software architects. Studies at two of Europe´s foremost technical universities leading to a double degree. A good integration with tailored courses in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. A thesis work connected to interesting industrial challenges. Access to the competence of eight EIT Digital innovation action lines (link) not least through a summer school between the two years. Access to the co-location centres and innovation ecosystems of the nine EIT Digital nodes. What is the programme all about? The programme in Software and Service Architectures is an enhanced version of the previous programme on Service Design and Engineering and aims to educate the next generation of service designers and software architects capable of designing and engineering novel software systems to: (i) Drive digitalization of businesses, (ii) Create new businesses based on software intensive services, (iii) Be responsible for the elicitation and definition of what software products and services IT companies should create in order to be successful; (iv) Be responsible for the processes and methods for the effective development of modern software systems. The SSA programme is an interdisciplinary programme that offers courses to enable graduates to take on the following challenges: What software-based businesses should be developed (user centric needs and business focused opportunities) How should software be developed (modern and agile software engineering methodologies integrated with design thinking and User Centric/Service Design methods) How can software be used to generate and improve business benefits (Service Oriented Architectures, Internet of Things, etc.) SSA students will learn to work in teams to guide the software development process of complex information systems. What are the career opportunities for graduates from the programme? The SSA programme approach is multidisciplinary covering a wide range of topics from user studies, user centered development and business process modelling to software engineering, data analysis, software security and highly distributed software system. Graduates from the SSA master’s programme will qualify for jobs in international and local companies involved in digitalized business, in software and service design companies and in software consultancies with a service focus: Graduates will also be able to contribute to and start totally new businesses. Typical job descriptions or titles are; Software and services designer; Software architect; Information System architect; Systems designer / engineer; Business developer; Product manager; Consultant. How is the programme structured? The programme is a double degree programme with studies at a university in one country the first year (entry) and studies at a university in another country the second year (exit). The programme has an integrated technical content (Technical major) and business content (Innovation & Entrepreneurship – I&E minor). The I&E minor is shared between all EIT Master's programmes (link). An integral part of the second year is a Final Degree Project (30 ECTS, including Master's Thesis).The structure and content of the technical major is given below. Where can I study If I choose Software and Service Architectures? Entry - 1st year UNITN - Trento Aalto - Helsinki ELTE - Budapest Exit - 2nd year, specialisation Software and Services for Social systems (UNITN - Trento) Software and Services for Smart Spaces (Aalto - Helsinki) Scalable Systems (ELTE - Budapest) Business Process and Information Management (TU/Eindhoven) Software and Services in the Cloud (UPM - Madrid) Specific Admission Requirements A B.Sc. degree primarily in computer science, software engineering, information systems, telecom or digital media is required. In special cases bachelor degrees from areas like engineering, economics, or industrial arts and design with some potential complementary computer science studies etc. mathematics and programming can be considered. [-]

MASTER OF SC. “KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION IN MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION” (KIMP)

Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Metz - ENIM
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2017 France Metz

Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. [+]

Course major in “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 1 THE ENIM INSTITUTION (ECOLE NATIONALE D’INGENIEURS DE METZ) 2 MASTER OF THE CONTEXT Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. The training is organized over two semesters: a) the first semester (October to February) is devoted to theoretical scientific bases and tools, b) the second semester (March to July) is dedicated to a research project in a laboratory or in a company with the Master thesis writing. 1. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the Master “Design, Industrialization, Innovation”, in the specialty “Knowledge Integration in Mechanical Production”, are: - to acquire skills in research and development solutions for improving the efficiency of mechanical manufacturing systems, in particular, and of production general. - to know and Master the innovation approaches of a product, a machine or a manufacturing tool while improving its performance, - to learn how to develop models from data analysis, information and knowledge for studying and mastering the complexity of modern industrial systems, - to learn how to use scientific knowledge in mechanical and materials and information science for the control of manufacturing systems, - to develop scientific skills for solving industrial decision problems, using appropriate methods, techniques and tools. 2. THE MASTER’S ID Scientific field of the Master: "Science, Technology and Health" Statement: “Engineering Sciences and Materials Sciences” Specialty: “Knowledge Integration in Manufacturing Production” Courses major: “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 3. PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES OF THE COURSES Design and innovation - Design of product and production systems - Innovation of products, systems and services Integrated manufacturing - Knowledge Management - Data and information integration - Products manufacturing and industrialization Management and control of production and logistics - Automatic control of machine - Control of production lines - Organization and management of production and logistics Management of industrial systems - Prognostics and Health Management of machines - Integration of maintenance to the production process - Management of process and resources - Industrial operating risks prevention 4. TEACHING AND TRAINING MODULES Core program (3 Mandatory modules) - UE1: Integrated design and manufacturing - UE2: Gestion de la production - UE3: Analyse de données et Maitrise des incertitudes Customization program (3 optional modules) - UE32: Discrete event system - UE33: Control of production processes - UE34: Products industrialization - UE35: Logistics - UE36: Modeling of enterprises Professionalization program (2 Mandatory modules) - Study of the models of systems evolution and innovation - Level validation for English (certified by a 785 TOEIC score or equivalent) Research and literature review training - Written research report and literature review - Oral presentation of the report Research training based on a scientific research project - Written report of scientific research and study - Oral defense of the scientific research report 5. CREDITS A VALIDER POUR L’OBTENTION DU MASTER - 24 ECTS: Scientific modules (3 core modules et 3 optional modules) - 3 ECTS: Level validation for the English language - 3 ECTS: Validation of the module of “Systems evolution and innovation” - 30 ECTS: Research project including the research and the literature review. 6. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT - Being admitted in the 5th year of ENIM, or - Being a graduate engineer, or - Having successfully completed the first year of a Master program. Download the application form to be filled and return to ENIM. For all questions, contact Prof. Kondo H. Adjallah (adjallah@enim.fr) Head of the KIMP Master Program at ENIM Laboratory of Conception, Optimisation et Modeling of Systems [-]