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Specialty – Computer System engineering (ISI)

The ISI spe­cia­list pro­gramme aims at train engi­neers capable of desi­gning the archi­tec­tures spe­ci­fic to cor­po­rate infor­ma­tion hand­ling sys­tems. It offers a coherent approach to archi­tec­ture, net­works, sys­tems and dis­tri­bu­ted appli­ca­tions in order to pre­pare the engi­neer for pro­ject mana­ge­ment in the field of IT infra­struc­tures. The objec­tive is to mas­ter appli­ca­tion archi­tec­tures and the under­lying equip­ment ins­tal­la­tions, so as to be able to dimen­sion, desi­gn, deploy, secure and super­vise cor­po­rate IT sys­tems. It is a field that calls for nume­rous tech­no­lo­gies that are constant­ly being rene­wed. The ISI pro­gramme trains ver­sa­tile engi­neers with strong tech­ni­cal skills, but also with the “fun­da­men­tals” that will enable them to fur­ther deve­lop in their pro­fes­sio­nal careers.

Course contents

In order to pre­pare for pro­ject mana­ge­ment in the field of IT infra­struc­tures, the courses are struc­tu­red around four axes: advan­ced tech­no­lo­gy-inten­sive courses to acquire the know-how, theo­re­ti­cal courses to acquire the fun­da­men­tals of the field and to be able to evolve the­reaf­ter des­pite tech­no­lo­gi­cal deve­lop­ments, sub­stan­tial pro­jects in groups of six to pre­pare for team­work and intro­duc­tions to the main appli­ca­tions using the infor­ma­tion sys­tem (e.g. data-mining, etc.) These spe­ci­fic courses are com­ple­men­ted by metho­do­lo­gy courses (pro­ject mana­ge­ment, soft­ware engi­nee­ring, qua­li­ty, etc.). Indus­trial part­ners enrich the trai­ning with their feed­back, which pro­vides an up-to-date view of the pro­blem in the company.

Within the fra­me­work of the ISI spe­cia­list pro­gramme, the stu­dents will tackle the fol­lo­wing course programme:

  • Net­work archi­tec­tures and tech­no­lo­gies (local net­works, net­work inter­con­nec­tion, tele­com­mu­ni­ca­tion and long-dis­tance net­works, Inter­net, TCP/IP).
  • Dis­tri­bu­ted algo­rithms, model­ling and proof tech­niques for dis­tri­bu­ted systems
  • Dis­tri­bu­ted appli­ca­tion archi­tec­tures and main tech­no­lo­gies (sockets, RPC, JavaR­MI, JMS, web ser­vices, micro-services…).
  • Inter­net appli­ca­tion archi­tec­tures and main tech­no­lo­gies (web archi­tec­tures, JEE, HTML, JavaS­cript, CSS3, PHP, XML, JSON, serv­lets, React, Spring Fra­me­work, sus­tai­nable web appli­ca­tions, modu­la­ri­ty, ser­ver consumption)
  • Sys­tem admi­nis­tra­tion, UNIX, Linux, sys­tem interconnection.
  • Com­pu­ter secu­ri­ty and depen­da­bi­li­ty, pre­ven­tion, pro­tec­tion and reac­tion tech­niques.
  • Mul­ti-agent sys­tems and coor­di­na­tion of auto­no­mous processes.
  • Advan­ced net­works and Cloud (Inter­net of Things (loT), cyber­se­cu­ri­ty, Cloud and Fog Computing).

The academic teaching team

The tea­ching staff is direct­ly invol­ved in aca­de­mic and indus­trial research pro­jects in the fields of Inter­net net­wor­king, com­pu­ter secu­ri­ty, sen­sor net­works and dyna­mic ad hoc net­works, such as vehicle net­works.

Placements/internships and industrial relations

Since the ISI course was crea­ted, the invol­ve­ment of indus­trial part­ners in the courses has always been one of the strong points of the pro­gramme: BNP Pari­bas, Groupe CEGETEL, Den­si­ty Tech­no­lo­gies, EDF, IBM France, Net­Cen­trex, SFR, Socié­té Géné­rale, Uni­log, Vinci…

In addi­tion, confe­rences are orga­ni­zed each year to com­ple­ment the class­room courses and pro­vide a dif­ferent pers­pec­tive on cur­rent issues. Final­ly, a Peda­go­gi­cal Advi­so­ry Com­mit­tee brings toge­ther UTC tea­ching staff and exter­nal experts from indus­try and other edu­ca­tio­nal esta­blish­ments in order to adapt the content to deve­lop­ments ongoing in the field. The range of inter­n­ships offered


Stu­dents who take the ISI pro­gramme are able to spend nume­rous semes­ters abroad (Cana­da, Swe­den, Spain, USA, Japan, etc.). They can also conti­nue their trai­ning during their stays abroad, as the part­ner ins­ti­tu­tions gene­ral­ly offer simi­lar or even com­ple­men­ta­ry courses to those of the UTC pro­gramme. A cer­tain num­ber of end-of-stu­dy pro­jects concern inter­na­tio­nal work.

Professional openings

Examples of jobs: desi­gn engi­neer, sys­tems and net­works engi­neer, advan­ced deve­lop­ment engi­neer, IT secu­ri­ty engi­neer, infra­struc­ture pro­ject mana­ger, IT archi­tect, infor­ma­tion sys­tems secu­ri­ty consul­tant, connec­ti­vi­ty desi­gner, junior deve­lop­ment engi­neer, client ser­vices & pro­duct spe­cia­list, ope­ra­tio­nal safe­ty engi­neer, tele­coms and net­works engi­neer, etc.

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