The mission of the master degree program SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS is to create specialist engineers in this field, developing skills in materials and surface mechanics, characterization and control techniques, semi manufacturing technologies and nanotechnologies, and the ability to establish correlations between microstructure, properties and uses. The program aims to promote an educational offer at international standards and to conduct research activities that meet the requirements imposed by the industry, the master being the branch of the Master Recherche Sciences des Matériaux, Nanomatériaux, Multimatériaux coordinated by the National Politechnique Institut Toulouse in collaboration with the National Institut of Applied Sciences from Lyon; The National Polytechnique Institute from Lorraine - Nancy Institute, the Ecole Centrale Paris, the University of Metz, the National School of Engineering from Tarbes and the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
What competencies can you acquire?
- Applying the values and ethics of the engineer profession and the responsible execution of the professional tasks under conditions of limited autonomy and qualified assistance. Promoting logical, convergent and divergent reasoning, practical applicability, assessment and self-assessment in decision-making
- Performing activities and exercising the roles specific to teamwork on different hierarchical levels. Promoting the spirit of initiative, dialogue, cooperation, positive attitude and respect for others, diversity and multiculturalism, and continually improving their own activities
- Objective self-evaluation for continuous professional training need for insertion into the labor market and adaptation to the dynamics of its requirements and for personal and professional development. Effective use of language skills and knowledge of information and communication technology
Who can apply?
Candidates may be graduates of long-term academic education in the fields of: industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, transport engineering, materials science and engineering, physical engineering, chemical engineering.
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