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Tomorrow’s engi­neers in com­pu­ter sciences, hard­ware and soft­ware will be the actors of a tech­no­lo­gi­cal muta­tion affec­ting all sec­tors of our natio­nal economies.

UTC-GI key figures

  • 50 research scien­tists – lecturers
  • 15 sup­port engi­neers, tech­ni­cians and admin. staff
  • 700 stu­dents
  • 15 PhDs/yr

Description

UTC trai­ning gua­ran­tees a homo­ge­nous high-level acqui­si­tion of the "fun­da­men­tals" of the asso­ciate pro­fes­sions while encou­ra­ging indi­vi­dual talents for inno­va­tion, adap­ta­tion and integration.

The Com­pu­ter Science and Engi­nee­ring elec­tive major (UTC-GI) has a core of mini­mum know­ledge sha­red by all UTC under­gra­duates and in-depth stu­dies of a spe­cial­ty, while acqui­ring their gene­ral engi­nee­ring bases.

The UTC-GI Depart­ment ensures the bases and at the same time pri­vi­leges lear­ning by expe­riment (hands-on approach). The stu­dents thus learn a metho­do­lo­gy to pur­sue in-depth stu­dies in all those areas where com­pu­ta­tio­nal tools are alrea­dy present and will be encou­ra­ged to inter­act stron­gly with the entre­pre­neu­rial milieus.

Departmental specialty streams

There are 3 elec­tive spe­cial­ty streams (which take into account the job mar­ket in com­pu­ter sciences and engi­nee­ring; a strong local level of skills with the active par­ti­ci­pa­tion of seve­ral enter­prises to define pro­jects these and spe­ci­fic topics throu­ghout trai­ning at UTC):

Research

Trai­ning for stu­dents who choose the elec­tive Com­pu­ter sciences (UTC-GI) also relies on high level expe­rience of the tea­ching staff, who work in 2 UTC research laboratories.

  • Heu­dia­syc (Heu­ris­tics and Diag­no­sis of Com­plex Sys­tems), is a joint CNRS/UTC research unit that aims at car­rying out research in pat­tern recog­ni­tion, image ana­ly­sis, deci­sion taking, com­mand and control per­cep­tion, docu­men­tal and know­ledge engi­nee­ring, net­works and opti­mi­sa­tion that pro­vide ans­wers to some major socie­tal chal­lenges (safe­ty, mobi­li­ty and trans­ports, envi­ron­ment and health). 
  • UTC-LMAC (Com­piegne Applied Mathe­ma­tics Labo­ra­to­ry), is a research team that works on inverse pro­blems, approxi­ma­tion and control, sto­chas­tic pro­cesses, sta­tis­tics and relia­bi­li­ty. The aca­de­mic staff and lec­tu­rers in the UTC-GI Depart­ment are invol­ved in plu­ri­dis­ci­pli­na­ry research and inno­va­tive pro­jects, in part­ner­ships with indus­tria­lists in applied fields and research topics that cor­res­pond to the elec­tive spe­cial­ties pro­po­sed by the Department.

Contact and documentation

Contact

Direc­trice du dépar­te­ment
Marie-Hélène Abel
 +33 (0)3 44 23 49 50

Contact

Res­pon­sable péda­go­gique
Meh­di Serairi
 +33 (0)3 44 23 44 75

Contact

Res­pon­sable des stages
Jérôme De Miras
 +33 (0)3 44 23 49 53

Contact

Coor­di­na­trice des stages
Mariam Ly
 +33 (0)3 44 23 52 37

Contact

Coor­di­na­teur des rela­tions internationales
Ales­san­dro Correa-Victorino
 +33 (0)3 44 23 45 04

Contact

Label Mod math
Ahmad El Hajj
 +33 (0)3 44 23 44 23
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