The course covers, in a general and cross-disciplinary manner, the field of energy (physics of the many sources, production, conversion, storage, management) and its complex interrelationship with transport in the broadest sense. After all, energy produced must be transported and used. The transport of goods and people itself requires energy and therefore also requires improvements in propulsion methods (electric, hybrid, combustion), energy conversion and storage, and structures (lightness, strength, assembly processes).
The themes addressed within the Master’s in energy (innovative materials, new energy technologies, networks, sustainable mobility) are widely covered in the research activities of partner institutions and R&D centres in the region. This course is based on an exceptional network in the field of energy which is at the standard of the Plateau de Saclay: Two Energy Transition Institutes (IPVF on photovoltaics, VEDECOM on carbon-free mobility) and numerous academic (CNRS, CEA, etc.) and industrial (Renault, PSA, Thales, Safran, EDF, etc.) research laboratories.
R&D Engineer in New Energy Technologies
Quality Control Engineer
The field of energy calls for wide-ranging multidisciplinary knowledge.
Students holding an undergraduate degree in Physics, Chemistry, or Physics-Chemistry Joint Honours are perfectly suited to our course, which primarily aims to provide future graduates with technical and scientific skills.
Understand an energy issue with the help of documents written in French or in English
Design a suitable solution in the field of energy
Write a dissertation or technical paper with reference to an up-to-date bibliography.
Conduct a technical analysis within a given time frame (project management)