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MASTER AUTOMATIQUE ET SYSTÈMES ÉLECTRIQUES
Parcours Énergie électrique et développement durable / Electrical engineering for sustainable development (M2
Choisissez votre parcours:
- Parcours Automatique et systèmes électriques - M1 Tronc commun
- Parcours Énergie électrique et développement durable / Electrical engineering for sustainable development (M2
- Parcours Énergie électrique et développement durable - En Contrat de professionnalisation (M2)
- Parcours Gestion des réseaux d'énergie électrique (M2)
- Parcours Gestion des réseaux d'énergie électrique - En Contrat de professionnalisation (M2)
- Parcours Systèmes, machines autonomes et réseaux de terrains (M2)
- Parcours Systèmes, machines autonomes et réseaux de terrains - En Contrat de professionnalisation (M2)
- Parcours Véhicules intelligents électriques (M2)
- Parcours Véhicules intelligents électriques - En Contrat de professionnalisation (M2)
- Durée: 2 semestre(s)
- Accessible en: Formation initiale , Formation continue
- Stage: OBLIGATOIRE(S4)
- Niveau de diplôme requis à l'entrée: BAC+4
- Niveau de diplôme validé à la sortie: BAC+5
Objectifs de la formation
The Master E2SD is a degree co-authorized by the University of Lille, Arts et Métiers ParisTech Lille Center, and Centrale of Lille. Moreover, the master E2SD offers a double degree with Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT-China) and Ghent University (Belgium).
It allows acquiring a specialized knowledge in electrical engineering applied to environmental problems. It therefore constitutes an effective preparation for PhD in the areas of power conversion, design of electromechanical actuators with high performance, sustainable transport, integration of renewable energy sources in the grid.
The aim of the Master «Electrical engineering for Sustainable Development» is to train students in advanced methods of design and control of electrical systems to increase the contribution of renewable energies in the generation of electricity and as sources for transport and
to improve the performance and the energy
efficiency of electrical systems in order to move
towards a more rational use of natural resources
and to greater respect of environmental heritage.
The aim of the Master «Electrical engineering for Sustainable Development» is to train students in advanced methods of design and control of electrical systems to increase the contribution of renewable energies in the generation of electricity and as sources for transport and to improve the performance and the energy efficiency of electrical systems in order to move towards a more rational use of natural resources and to greater respect of environmental heritage.
Spécificités de la formation
- The strengths of the M2 E2SD lie, on the one hand, in the international character of the training that allows a mix of students from different nationalities and therefore an openness to different cultures and ways of thinking and, on the other hand, in courses taught by active teacher-researchers, thus providing knowledge from the latest research.
- Students also benefit from the environment of a recognized research laboratory as well as its network of national and international industrial and academic partners. Lastly, the high rates of professional integration and doctoral pursuit show that the E2SD master is well identified and appreciated by industry and provides good candidates for research.
At the end of the training, the students are able to apprehend a scientific problem of electrical engineering with a sustainable development dimension and are able to implement adequate tools to bring solutions to it, such as:
- Definion of advanced power electronic systems for sustainable applications and analyzis of complex energy conversion system for control purpose.
- Use of skills for energy modelling and their application to the concept of eco-design.
- Analysis of electromechanical conversion at low-frequency and use of issues and approaches to achieve optimal design
- Study of new energy storage systems in future transportation systems;
- Developpement of future traction systems using a systemic optimization and multiphysical modelling
- Study of solutions involving the integration of renewable energies in the electricity system and design of subsystems for renewable energy systems
Modalités d'admission/ Conditions d'accès
- Capacity: 25 candidates
- Opening: May 4, 2021 - June 12, 2021
- Publication of admissions: beginning of July 1st, 2021
- All mandatory attachments must be written in English
- Extra: two letters of recommandation (level in English)
- Website for application: (https://ecandidat.univ-lille.fr)
A titre indicatif, veuillez trouver ci-dessous la maquette des enseignements de l'année 2020/2021, déclinée par semestre et Bloc de Connaissances et de Compétences (BCC). La maquette de l'année 2021/2022 sera consultable à compter du mois d'avril 2021.
Organisation de la formation
- Within the framework of the Master ‘Electrical Engineering for Sustainable Development’, professional training (internship) has a great importance and takes place during the last semester, for at least 4 months.
- The master student works under one scientist supervision, on an innovative topic, and presents his results through a written report and an oral defense at the end of the training period. Professional training can be achieved either in a research lab or in an industrial context with the following objectives:
- Application of concepts studied in the previous semester
- Autonomy learning to work on a new and scientific project
- Development of initiative capabilities and research methodology application
- State of the art and a synthesis of scientific results for oral and written presentation
- The units of the programme include fundamental and practical courses. They are organized around fields of skills, know-how and knowledge (called BCC):
- BKS3 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
- BKS4 IMPLEMENTATION OF METHODS AND TOOLS IN THE EE DISCIPLINARY FIELD
- BKS11 MASTER THE METHODS AND TOOLS FOR INNOVATION IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
- BKS 12 MASTER THE TRANSITION FROM METHODS TO INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS
The doctoral pursuit rate is about 35% (average value since 2008), and increases to more than 50% for students in single registration (who follow only the master degree). Other students find work in industry in France or in their home country.
Since this M2 is taught in English, more than 40% of the students enrolled are of foreign nationalities (China, Vietnam, Morocco, Russia, Iran, Argentina, Spain, Algeria,...). This share is also increasing following a better promotion of our training on specialized sites.
The employments concerned, after the PhD, are those relative to research in public and private industrial groups and High Education:
- Associate professor (Universities, Engineering Schools),
- Researcher in public laboratories (CNRS, IFSTTAR, etc…) or industrial laboratories (EDF, etc.),
- Frame / Project Manager in groups, SMEs / SMIs (Siemens, Alstom, Valeo, etc.) and public structures (Region)
Retrouvez les études et enquêtes de l’ODiF (Observatoire de la Direction de la Formation) sur l’insertion professionnelle des diplômés de la licence sur : https://odif.univ-lille.fr.
DEPARTEMENT ELECTRONIQUE, ELECTROTECHNIQUE, AUTOMATIQUE
FACULTE DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES
Campus Cité scientifique - Université de Lille
59655 Villeneuve d'ascq