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  • Specialty – Materials and Technological Innovation (MIT)

    The MIT spe­cial­ty trains the stu­dents in desi­gn and use of mate­rials with their spe­ci­fic pro­per­ties such as dura­bi­li­ty, recy­cla­bi­li­ty of metals, poly­mers and composites.

    Programme

    The basic Mecha­ni­cal Engi­nee­ring courses in resis­tance of mate­rials, CAD, QA, pro­ject mana­ge­ment has add-modules on metho­do­lo­gy of choice of mate­rials and pro­per­ties, using up-to-date modelling.

    Academic staff

    The lec­tu­rer staff are most­ly research per­son­nel with the " Mate­rials and Sur­faces team" in the UTC-Rober­val Mecha­ni­cal Engi­nee­ring labo­ra­to­ry. These lec­tu­rers, asso­cia­ted with the CNRS, are invol­ved with nume­rous research pro­jects with indus­trial partners.

    Equipment

    MIT stu­dents can avail of:

    • mecha­ni­cal test machines (trac­tion, fatigue rigs, Char­py shock pendulums …) ;
    • a mold labo­ra­to­ry (injec­tion, RTM…) ;
    • tri­bo­lo­gy rigs ;
    • an injec­tion press ;
    • equip­ment to observe mate­rials (opti­cal and elec­tron beam scan­ning micro­scopes) and ther­mal treat­ment (control­led furnaces) ;
    • seve­ral com­pu­ter sta­tions with digi­tal model­ling soft­ware packages. 

    International

    Stu­dents who take the MIT elec­tive spe­cial­ty can be accep­ted for a semes­ter stu­dy in one of UTC's part­ner uni­ver­si­ties. 17% of the MIT stu­dents spend a semes­ter or more for their end-of stu­dies pro­ject, in Den­mark, Nor­way, Check Repu­blic and various uni­ver­si­ty labo­ra­to­ries (Cran­field-UK, Chal­mers-Swe­den, Ita­ju­ba-Bra­zil …). The details of the nume­rous pos­sible host uni­ver­si­ties is set out in the French site.

    Professional openings

    Part­ner­ship agree­ment ensure an effi­cient cor­res­pon­dence of courses given in MIT and the needs expres­sed by the indus­tria­lists such as: SNECMA, AUBERT & DUVAL, AIRCELLE, AEROLIA, SIEMENS, VALLOUREC, AIRBUS, GDF SUEZ, ATOFINA, CAMFILL, FAURECIA, ANF BOMBARIDER, SBM Off­shore, CEA, DCNS, VALEO, MICHELIN, DUNLOP, EDF, THOMSON, GE PLASTICS, EADS, ONERA, CETIM, MONTUPET, ARCELOR, SAINT GOBAIN INERGY AS, RENAULT, ALSTOM, AIR LIQUIDE, DASSAULT, ALCATEL, PSA, FAURECIA, HISPANO-SUIZA, SCHLUMBERGER, DECATHLON, …

    Career prospects

    A high pro­por­tion of pro­fes­sio­nal offers and recruit­ments of MIT gra­duates are to posi­tions in Research and R&D, most­ly in large scale indus­trial cor­po­ra­tions with a focus on desi­gn ad choice of mate­rials that are clo­se­ly inter­con­nec­ted in mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring work. Example of employ­ment fields are aero­nau­tics, space, mecha­ni­cal fabri­ca­tion, ener­gy and envi­ron­ment, plas­tur­gy and com­po­sites. A new deve­lop­ment is in off-shore and other alter­nate ener­gy pro­duc­tion and transmission.

    Contact and documentation

    Contact

    Res­pon­sable de la filière
    Julie Mar­teau
     +33 (0)3 44 23 46 03

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    Assis­tante
    Valé­rie Duquenne
     +33 (0)3 44 23 45 36

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    Res­pon­sable péda­go­gique
    Nico­las Dau­chez
     +33 (0)3 44 23 45 43

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    Coor­di­na­trice des stages (A à K)
    Maud Noi­rot
     +33 (0)3 44 23 44 23

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    Coor­di­na­trice des stages (L à Z)
    Débo­rah Guerlin 
     +33 (0)3 44 23 44 32

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