Compare Masters Programs in Technology Studies 2019 in Nantes in France
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.
Those interested in developing products and working with new processes might consider an advanced degree in technology. This program will allow individuals to incorporate science and engineering in a practical and innovative manner. A masters in technology, for example, will allow an individual to work in multiple fields which incorporate technology.
France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.
Nantes is located on the Loire River in the West France. With a headcount of more than 550,000 residents, the city is the 6th largest in France. It has several areas of leisure and hosts several annual festivals. Nantes has 2 universities and numerous of colleges around the city.
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A postgraduate program in two years specialized in UX Design, a single master’s degree in design Program specially tailored for students from all over the world who want to integrate our MDes
This international Master's Degree is aimed at future experts for the design, control, and deployment of high-performance communicating embedded systems as a basis of the IoT paradigm. This requires a wide knowledge including wireless, transmissions systems, antennas design, as well as some aspects of computer science.
Through this program, students will acquire the scientific and technological skills towards a data scientist profile within a computer science degree.
Through this program, students will acquire the scientific and technological knowledge, as well as the practical experience, to understand and contribute to high-level innovative R&D processes in the field of visual computing.
This programme introduces the techniques currently used for the design and the verification of embedded systems, and more especially real-time embedded systems.
This specialism is one of the two specialisms of the Master in Industrial Engineering. It aims 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 in the courses.
This programme allows its students to develop skills in naval engineering and to become engineers experienced in ship operations.
The main objective is of this specialism is to master the modelling and control of complex robots evolving in dynamic environments by using proprioceptive and exteroceptive perception. The focus is on advanced robotics, but more generally the specialism deals with modern techniques in systems engineering for the modeling, simulation, optimisation, analysis, and control of a variety of robotics systems. It also takes into account the modelling and perception of the environment. The quality of this Master has been recognized by the European Union by supporting the European Master on Advanced Robotics (EMARO+) in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus program.
The Signal and Image Processing (SIP) program provides the necessary skills in signal modeling, image processing and machine learning, relevant to the theory and the practice of data analysis and information retrieval, for the development of modern numerical methods.
This Master develops skills in advanced techniques in scientific computing at the interface between scientific disciplines for the modelling of mechanical engineering problems.