The aim of this specialism is to introduce the new paradigms of company management based on new information environments and systems, including cyber-physical systems. At the conclusion of the program, students should be able to model an enterprise, to simulate and optimize its performance, to model and develop solutions for interoperability between information systems, based on ontologies and multi-view models at different scales (shop floor, factory, company, extended enterprise). New technologies like IoT, smart and agile organizations, etc., and interaction technologies, like virtual and augmented reality, will be integrated into the courses. The place of humans in new smart organizations will also be considered. There is a strong link with the other specialism - Agile Factory Management.
Course Content - M1 Industrial Engineering
- Modelling of complex systems (1)
- Systems Engineering
- Enterprise modeling (1)
- Statistics and data analysis
- Optimisation methods
- Sociology for industrial engineering
- Production management
- Simulation (1)
- Simulation (2)
- Modelling of complex systems (2)
- Economics and management for industrial engineering
- Innovation engineering
- Conferences / Introduction to research
- Modern languages
Course Content - M2 Smart and Connected Enterprise
- Enterprise modeling (2)
- Information system design
- Collaborative information systems in companies
- Inter-operability of information systems
- Performance evaluation and multi-criteria decision
- Integrated design engineering of product-service systems
- Modern languages
- Master Thesis
- Master enterprise modeling methods
- Master simulation and optimization methods for enterprise performance assessment
- Master inter-operability of the information systems of smart and connected enterprises
In addition to the above specialism-specific skills, students will also develop more general skills:
- Identify models, perform simulation and analyze results.
- Communicate comprehensive results in a meaningful way.
- Undertake bibliographic surveys of international research and professional literature.
- Manage or be part of a project.
Students must hold a first university degree with 180 credits in the European system, after at least three years of studies (Bachelor of Science level or equivalent).
The applicants must be fluent in English, both in writing and speaking. An applicant whose native language is not English is required to pass a recognized international English test such as the TOEFL or other equivalent tests.
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Last updated January 5, 2018