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Robotics specialization

The robotics specialization trains multidisciplinary engineers who are able to grasp the creation of a robotic system in its entirety. Teaching is geared towards innovation and high technology. With a focus on mechanics, the course associates electronics, computer science and images.

This is an innovative course aimed at training for state-of the art companies which work in the fields of virtual reality and health.
Students are taught the design and development of complex mechanical systems. Oriented towards R & D, these engineers can lead teams specialized in electronics, mechatronics or real-time simulation.

Classes are based on project work, with the support of referential laboratories. In the last year, students can choose from two options: interactive systems or mechatronic systems for health.

In addition to the sectors traditionally open to mechanical engineers, this specialization leads to career prospects in sectors of the future such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and medical robotics for reeducation, prosthetics and surgery. A work placement of at least 8 weeks abroad is obligatory to complete the diploma.

Keywords

Mechanics, computer science, cybernetics, mechatronics, interactive systems, simulation, robotic systems, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, medical robotics, surgery, R&D

Opportunities

Engineers from the Robotics specialization can work in the aerospace, aeronautics, automotive and transportation sectors and more…

The options offered in this course can also lead to applications linked to health technology, ICT for education, and more…

Graduates enter the workforce as development, research and design engineers, with the possibility of becoming project or product managers.

Organization

YEAR 3

  • Mechanics
  • Mathematics
  • Computer science, electronics, technology
  • 4 week work placement

YEAR 4

  • Advanced mechanics
  • Automatics, signal processing
  • Industrial computer science and vision
  • Robotics project
  • 8 week work placement

YEAR 5

  • Specialization option chosen
  • End of course work placement (20 to 24 weeks)
  • Dissertation and its defence

Two specialization options:

  • Interactive systems
  • Mechatronic systems for health
Well-targeted public

-    Students studying at the polytech engineering schools (PeiP), where students undertake preparatory studies for the schools that are in the Polytech network.
-    Selective recruitment.

In year 3

Students who have validated a bac + 2 diploma (L1, L2) students in preparatory classes for the grandes écoles (CPGE).

In year 4

Students who have successfully completed their M1.

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Administrative coordinator
 

Address
Polytech'Paris-UMPC
Spécialité Robotique
Boîte courrier 135
4, place Jussieu
75252 Paris Cedex 05

phone number (33) 01.44.27.25.79

e-mail address : rob-polytech@upmc.fr
Person responsible for the schooling department
Mornet Angela
(33) 01.44.27.37.12
rob-polytech@upmc.fr

More information

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24/07/12