Photonics Training Courses France
|Degree||Departement - Course||University/School||City||Description||Contact name||Telephone||Website|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 33 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Lasers,
Control and Maintenance (LCM)
|Université Bordeaux 1||Bordeaux||The bachelor’s degree in LCM gives the practical and theoretical skills necessary for graduates to work directly in a company, performing the functions of design, manufacture, integration, use and maintenance of lasers and laser facilities, in medical, metallurgical, metrology, military, R&D or micromachining industries.
||Yannick PETIT||0033 (0)5 40 00 26 57; Tel.: +33 (0)5 40 00 28 firstname.lastname@example.org ; MANEK-HÖNNINGER (work-study)|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 34 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Control and Measurement of
Light and Colour
|Université Montpellier 2||Montpellier||The professional bachelor’s degree in Colour at the University of Montpellier 2 offers a unique course focussed on professions involving colour and colorimetry, providing employment opportunities in the cosmetic, automotive and textile industries, etc. The professional bachelor’s degree is accessible to those with an L2 (2-year degree) in Physics, Chemistry, Electronics/Electrical Energy/Automation (EEA), a Higher Technician Certificate in Optical/Photonic Engineering (BTS GOP), or a University Diploma in Physical Measurements.||Frédéric GENIET||00 33 (0)4 67 14 46 92 G7email@example.com|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 63 Professional Bachelor’s degree in SiMCo µ
(Science of Measurement and Control)
|Université d’Auvergne||Aubière (63170)||The professional bachelor’s degree in SiMCo (Science of Measurement and Testing) develops the skills necessary to set up a measuring system, manage and calibrate the stock of instruments, determine the parameters to be measured, create test procedures and perform non-destructive tests.
||Frédéric FARGETTE||0033 (0)4 73 17 71 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 68 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Production; Management (GPI): Quality management, metrology ^option||UHA IUT GMP, Lycée Théodore Deck et Lycée Jean Mermoz||Mulhouse, Guebwiller et Saint-Louis||This bachelor’s degree teaches students (Bac +2 or equivalent) about the science and techniques of metrology (particularly dimensional) and quality control. They can then take up the position of laboratory technician in metrology, inspections, testing and calibration.||Gisèle BAREUX||0033 (0)3 89 70 21 email@example.com|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 75 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Biophotonics||Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7||Paris||The professional Biophotonics bachelor’s degree is a multi-disciplinary training course comprising all modern instrumental techniques - from optical microscopy to electron microscopy, via lasers and image processing - applied to biology. The course involves work experience (28 weeks as an intern).
||Charlotte PY||0033 (0)1 57 27 61 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 75 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Instrumentation, Optics and Visualisation (LIOVIS)||Université Pierre et Marie Curie||Paris||This bachelor’s degree teaches engineering assistants with dual competency in optics and electronics, associated with a strong emphasis on visualisation and processing of images. Apprentices can progress in companies within various sectors such as aviation, automotive, biological and medical instrumentatio? as well as in SMEs/SMIs as well as in large companies.
||Carole BELLAICHE; Gilles CORDURIÉ||0033 (0)1 44 27 35 40; 0033 (0)1 44 27 71 email@example.com; Gilles.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 87 Bachelor’s degree in iXeo||Université de Limoges||Limoges||This bachelor’s degree is a diploma in iXeo high-tech engineering. It is aimed at students who want to gradually build their career path by developing skills in the fields of engineering physics, optics, electronics and telecommunication.
||Agnès DESFARGES-BERTHELEMOT||0033 (0)5 55 45 77 email@example.com|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 87 Professional Bachelor’s degree in STMO (Microwave and optical telecommunication systems)||Université de Limoges||Limoges||The course prepares professionals who are able to take part in the study, design, installation, measurement, administration and maintenance of electronic or optical devices, using their knowledge of electronic/radiofrequency/microwave or optical functions and communications systems in which they are integrated.
||Bernard JARRY||0033 (0)5 55 45 77 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 87 Bachelor’s degree in Energy Science||Université de Limoges||Limoges||The bachelor’s degree in Energy Science is a diploma in iXeo high-tech engineering. The generalist nature of the training course enables students to consider continuing their studies (masters, engineering schools) in major fields such as energy, renewable energy, optics and nanotechnology.
||Catherine DI BIN||0033 (0)5 87 50 67 email@example.com|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 91 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Instrumentation
and Industrial (ICI)
|Université Paris-Sud||Orsay||This professional bachelor’s degree with an apprenticeship stage trains technicians qualified to Bac +3 level in the fields of instrumentation and sensors. An option to specialise in photosensitive sensors provides a set of skills to apprentice students in the field of the many contactless optical methods.
|Bachelor||Dpt. 91 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Thin Film Materials Science
for Optics and Energy (MATFM degree)
|Université Paris Sud – IUT Orsay||Orsay||This professional bachelor’s degree teaches assistant engineers qualified in thin film technology focussed on technologies related to preserving the environment (emission, detection and transformation of light). The programme covers the techniques for producing and analysing thin films (40% of time spent on practical work).
||Pascal AUBERT||00+33 (0)1 69 33 60 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bachelor||Dpt. 93 Professional Bachelor’s degree in Electronics, Optics and Nanotechnology||IUT de Villetaneuse, Université Paris 13||Villetaneuse||This professional bachelor’s degree trains technicians and assistant engineers for R&D in the fields of microelectronics, optoelectronics, lasers, optical fibres and thin films. Unique in France, it incorporates practical training and supervised projects carried out in a clean room (>100 hours).||Min W. LEE||0033 (0)1 49 40 36 email@example.com|
|Master||Dpt. 06 Master’s degree in Optics||Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis||Nice Sophia Antipolis||The Master’s degree in Optics offers quality training which gradually leads students who have basic knowledge of physics into cutting-edge fields related to optics and photonics. The aim of this Master’s is to train basic science researchers and scientists capable of working at the heart of problems concerning industrial optics.||Pascal BALDI||0033 (0)4 92 07 67 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://masteroptique.unice.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 10 Master’s degree in Optics and Nanotechnology (ONT)||Université de technologie de Troyes (UTT)||Troyes||The ONT specialism is based on an «optical» approach to associated nanotechnologies and physics. It provides training on R&D activities using tools and methods that are principally optical in order to manufacture nanostructures and components and characterise their physicochemical properties using scanning probe microscopy in particular.||Gilles LÉRONDEL||0033 (0)3 25 71 58 email@example.com||www.utt.fr/fr/formation/master-en-sciences- -technologies- - -sante/specialite-ont.html|
|Master||Dpt. 13 Master’s and Doctorate in Europhotonics||Aix-Marseille Université||Marseille, Karlsruhe, Barcelone, Florence||Erasmus Mundus programme financed by Europe; this international path for the Master’s in OPSI is aimed at understanding and testing matter and nanometric optical phenomena, provide images and monitoring tools for complex biological processes and consider creating tools for future optical devices.||Hugues GIOVANNINI||0033 (0)4 91 28 83 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.europhotonics.org/wordpress|
|Master||Dpt. 13 Optical Instrumentation and Lasers (specialism of the Master’s in Physics and Master’s in Instrumentation)||Aix-Marseille Université||Marseille||This Master’s degree accompanies a national competitiveness cluster (www.popsud.org). This European-wide cluster for competitiveness and innovation, comprising 150 companies, offers opportunities and an environment to train students on the design and use of lasers, complex optical systems and modern testing methods.
||Philippe AMRAM||0033 (0)4 91 28 83 email@example.com||http://sites.univ-provence.fr/m2iol/|
|Master||Dpt. 13 Radiation, Energy, Spectroscopy (RES)||Aix-Marseille Université||Marseille||This M2 ( 2nd year) of the Master’s degree, which is a specialism of the Master’s in Physics, trains high-level scientists capable of identifying the physical causes of a problem and proposing new lines of research. We offer a specialism in the physics of diluted mediums and the interaction of radiation with matter, with an introduction to spectroscopic methods||Joël ROSATO||0033 (0)4 91 28 86 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.m2res.piim.up.univ-mrs.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 14 76 Electronics and Waves (specialism of the Master’s in Elec
tronics, Electrotechnics, Waves and Norman Automation)
|Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, Université du Havre||Caen, Le Havre||The specialism trains managers in electronics, microelectronics, instrumentation with a low sound level and applied acoustic waves to facilitate integration into the professional world or continue with a doctorate. The course comprises two parts: «Sound, sensors, microelectronics» in Caen and «Waves» in Le Havre.
||Jean-Marc ROUTOURE||0033 (0)2 31 45 27 email@example.com||http://ufrsciences.unicaen.fr/|
|Master||Dpt. 13 École Centrale Marseille||IRIS - Photonics and innovative systems||Marseille||The objective is to train general engineers capable of understanding all aspects of photonics, learning its concepts in order to use them in the design and implementation of complex systems. The programme shows how to combine various disciplines in order to create systems using waves and photons.
||Mireille COMMANDRÉ||0033 (0)4 91 28 80 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://formation.centrale-marseille.fr/option_3A/IRIS|
|Master||Dpt. 14 Advanced Instrumentation||ENSICAEN (Specialism in Electronics and Applied Physics)||Caen||The Advanced instrumentation major at ENSICAEN trains engineers capable of designing an instrument channel (sensor, acquisition, processing and transmission of signals). It offers in-depth teaching (250 hours) in optics and involves a collaboration with a group of partners in industry, of which 50% of members work in the field of optics.
||Hervé GILLES (Manager)||0033 (0)2 31 45 27 email@example.com||www.ensicaen.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 22 Optronics engineer||ENSSAT||Lannion||ENSSAT trains engineers capable of designing , developing and integrating optical and optoelectronic systems as well as their electronic and digital environment. Opportunities open to engineers involve all fields of photonics: telecommunication, defence and security, life sciences, environment, industrial processes using optical techniques (imaging, diagnostics, metrology, measurements and instrumentation, etc.).||Thierry CHARTIER||02 96 46 90 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.enssat.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 33 42 91 Institut d’optique Graduate School||Palaiseau, Saint-Etienne et Bordeaux||Physicists trained in optics. 1st year carried out at Palaiseau (91), then specialisms at Palaiseau, Saint-Etienne (42) and Bordeaux (33). Recruitment: Centrale-Supelec competitive examination and based on qualifications. Internships and international dual degrees. FIE - Innovation-entrepreneurs course: technological innovation and business start-up project.
||François BALEMBOIS||0033 (0)5 40 00 69 email@example.com||www.institutoptique.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 35 Materials Science and Engineering||INSA de Rennes||Rennes||The engineer in Materials Science and Engineering is a design engineer, research and development engineer or production engineer. Their skills are suited to instrumentation and to high-technology activities in the fields of advanced materials, micro and optoelectronic components and nanotechnologies in general.||Mathieu PERRIN||0033 (0)2 23 23 85 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Master||Dpt. 33 42 91 Institut d’optique Graduate School||Palaiseau, Saint-Etienne et Bordeaux||See description in department 33||Raphaël CLERC||0033 (0)4 77 91 57 40||raphaël.email@example.com|
|Master||Dpt. 42 Optics and industrial visions||Télécom Saint-Étienne||Saint-Étienne||This degree teaches engineers about optics and image processing. In addition to the specialism disciplines, they receive training that guarantees versatility and multidisciplinarity able to satisfy professional constraints and to learn complex systems. Experience on an international level is ensured notably by a compulsory month abroad.||Hubert KONIK||0033 (0)4 77 91 57 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.telecom-st-etienne.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 21 Master’s degree in Nanotechnology and Nanobioscience||Université de Bourgogne||Dijon||This Master’s degree trains R&D managers capable of designing and characterising materials (inorganic/organic) by non-destructive testing and miniaturised systems with specific optical properties for telecommunication applications or sensors. It involves two internships in a company or laboratory (28 weeks in total) split over the two years of training.||Éric BOURILLOT||0033 (0)3 80 39 60 email@example.com||http://icb.u-bourgogne.fr/masternano|
|Master||Dpt. 22 29 35 Master Photonique||ENSSAT – Université de Rennes 1||Brest, Lannion, Rennes||Training in the field of photonics in order to understand the issues encountered during research and R&D. M1 at the University of Rennes 1 or at the University of Western Brittany (UBO). The photonics specialism (M2) comprises: in semester 3, a scientific base with 3 possible career paths and an introductory grounding (scientific, technological, professional); in semester 4, an internship.||Pascal BESNARD||0033 2 96 46 90 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.enssat.fr/master-photoniques|
|Master||Dpt. 25 Master’s degree in Photonics, Microtechnology and Nanotechnology, and Time-Frequency (PICS)||Université de Franche-Comté||Besançon||The Master’s degree in PICS provides students with in-depth knowledge, both theoretical and experimental, related to new technological applications of photonics. It includes a project (100 hours in M1) and a five-month minimum internship in a company or laboratory in M2. Graduates are able to join the ?R&D department of a company or a laboratory to complete their doctorate degree. Since 2013, the Master’s in PICS has been awarded the CMI label (Master’s in Engineering Degree Course) by the Figure network (reseau-figure.fr).||Fabrice DEVAUX||0033 (0)3 81 66 69 email@example.com|
|Master||Dpt. 22 29 35 Master’s degree in Photonics||ENSSAT – Université de Rennes 1||See description in department 22|
|Master||Dpt. 29 35 44 56 Master’s degree in CNano (Nanosciences, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology)||Universités de Rennes 1, Nantes, Bretagne Sud et Bretagne Occidentale||Rennes, Nantes, Lorient, Brest||Objectives: To train physicists, physicochemists and engineers on the manipulation and use of nanomaterials, the concepts of nano-physics and nano-chemistry and the instrumentation specific to nanotechnology. Openings: academic research, R&D nanocomposite engineer, thin films, biotechnologies, nanocharacterisation, instrumentation, metallurgy, consultants.||;Rennes : firstname.lastname@example.org / Nantes : email@example.com / Lorient : firstname.lastname@example.org / Brest : email@example.com|
|Master||Dpt. 33 Master’s degree in CUCIPhy (Design, use and marketing of physics instrumentation)||Université Bordeaux 1,||Bordeaux||This course aims to build upon the technical and scientific skills acquired during M1 and to transform them into assets for companies thanks to engineers with great management potential (focus also on creating businesses). It also provides real professional experience through an internship in a laboratory and in a company and a group project.||Denise MONDIEIG||0033 (0)5 40 00 69 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.ufr-physique.u-bordeaux1.fr/|
|Master||Dpt. 33 International Master’s degree in Lasers, Material Sciences and Interactions (MILMI)||Université Bordeaux 1||Research Master’s degree as an international partnership which teaches students about optics, lasers, material sciences and wave-matter interactions. The objective is to develop high-level multi-disciplinary skills in the field of photonics. It offers the possibility of undertaking the second year (M2) in the United States. Openings: thesis/cotutelle (joint supervision).||Bruno BOUSQUET||0033 (0)5 40 00 28 email@example.com||www.atlantis-milmi.org|
|Master||Dpt. 33 2nd year of Research Master’s degree (M2) in Physics - Lasers, matter and nanoscience specialism||Université Bordeaux 1||This training course focuses on laser physics and their applications, the physics of nanosystems, biophysics and the properties of dense media. It trains students for research programs in the Aquitaine region of Nano-Bio-Sciences centres of excellence and the Route des lasers competitiveness cluster.||Brahim LOUNIS||0033 (0)5 40 00 83 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Master||Dpt. 34 Master’s degree in Optoelectronics and Ultra high||Université Montpellier 2||Montpellier||The optoelectronics and ultra high frequencies specialism of the EEA Master’s degree enables a real dual competency to be developed in the study and design of optoelectronic and ultra high frequency components and systems with particular attention to telecommunication applications. This specialism also forms part of the Master’s in Engineering degree course (CMI).||Luca VARANI||0033 (0)4 67 14 32 email@example.com||www.eea.univ-montp2.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 35 Master’s degree in Telecommunications Systems||Université de Rennes 1||Rennes||The objective of this Master’s degree is to provide the skills necessary for the design and creation of electronic and optoelectronic systems: lasers, propagation along fibres, optical detection, telecommunication systems, radio propagation, ultra high frequency and radio-frequency circuits, aerials, radar systems and radar remote sensing.||Jocelyn NEVEU||0033 (0)2 23 23 39 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://sfc.univ-rennes1.fr/technologie/master_systemes-telecommunication.htm|
|Master||Dpt. 38 Research Master’s degree (M2R) with specialism in Optics and Radio frequencies (OR) of EEATS (Electronics, electrotechnics, automation and signal processing)||Grenoble-INP – Joint accreditation by UJF and Université de Savoie||Grenoble||The second year of the Research Master’s (M2) in OR trains future doctors and engineers in the fields of RF components and systems, optronics and lasers. The Master’s degree comprises a core curriculum and two specialisms (optics and optoelectronics or radio-frequencies and microwaves). It provides a broad spectrum of knowledge combining fundamental physics with engineering sciences.||Béatrice CABON||0033 (0)4 56 52 95 56||respm2OR@phelma.grenoble-inp.fr||http://phelma.grenoble-inp.fr/master-or|
|Master||Dpt. 42 Master’s degree in Optics, Image and Vision||Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne||Saint-Étienne||The Master’s degree in OIV trains professionals on optics, image and colour processing , for R&D in photonics, optical materials, telecommunications, instrumentation, non-destructive industrial testing, 2D and 3D multimedia vision and technologies. It includes an Erasmus Mundus programme: French- Spanish and French-Norwegian.||Secretary of Master’s programe||0033 (0)4 77 91 57 email@example.com||www.univ-st-etienne.fr/mastoiv|
|Master||Dpt. 49 Master’s degree in Photonics engineering, Signals and Imaging (PSI)||Université d’Angers||Angers||The main objective of the course is to teach engineer-level managers in the interconnected fields of optoelectronics. signals and imaging, from the physical components up to high-level processing. It also allows the potential for further doctoral study.||Stéphane CHAUSSEDENT||0033 (0)2 41 73 54 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.univ-angers.fr/fr/formation/offre-de-formation/MLMD/0004/mphy-850.html|
|Master||Dpt. 57 Master’s degree with a specialism in Photonics and Optics for the materials part of the Master’s degree in Physical & Materials Sciences (SP&M)||Université de Lorraine||Metz||The «Photonics and optics for materials» specialism takes place at the University of Lorraine in Metz as well as at the Supélec Metz campus. It provides preparation for both direct integration into the professional world or further doctoral study. A 5-month internship in a research laboratory or in industry is planned in the 10th semester.||Nicolas FRESSENGEAS||0033 (0)3 87 37 85 email@example.com||www.masterphysique-ul.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 59 Master’s degree in Physics specialising in Light and Matter||Université de Lille 1||Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq||The Master’s degree (Research and Professional) in Physics at Lille offers a wide range of career paths with numerous openings. The first year provides solid training in the physics of interfaces. Then five specialisms, including «Light and matter», offer career opportunities in Optics and Photonics, Lasers and applications or Atmospheric optics.||Dominique DÉROZIER||0033 (0)3 20 43 47 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://master-physique.univ-lille1.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 38 Master’s degree in Micro-nanotechnologies||Université Lille 1 – Co-habilitation École Centrale de Lille||Villeneuve d’Ascq||The MNT specialism trains professionals and researchers with good knowledge of industrial applications of microsystems and nanosciences. Internship in 2nd year, from 3 to 6 months in a laboratory or company. Possibility of obtaining a double Master’s degree with Georgia Tech Institute or the University of California, Irvine (USA).||Sylvain BOLLAERT||0033 (0)3 20 19 78 email@example.com||http://master-mint.univ-lille1.fr/|
|Master||Dpt. 63 Master’s degree in Nanostructures and Nanophotonics||Université Blaise Pascal||Clermont-Ferrand||The Master’s degree in Nanostructures and Nanophotonics offers high-level general training in the field of materials and in the analysis of their physical properties both on a macroscopic scale as well as a nanometric scale. The degree course covers the formation and electronic and optical properties of nano-objects and nanostructures as well as their interactions with photons and charged particles.||Joël LEYMARIE||0033 (0)4 73 40 70 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.univ-bpclermont.fr/formation/formation/UBP-PROG19738.html|
|Master||Dpt. 67 Master’s degree in Nanophotonics (specialism of the Master’s degree in Imaging, Robotics, Engineering for the living)||Université de Strasbourg||Strasbourg, Télécom Physique||This Master’s degree is aimed at students who wish to gain skills in nanotechnologies, phototonics, lasers, biophotonics, microoptics, optical metrology, nonlinear optics and imaging. They are thus prepared for undertaking research in phototonics: interaction between light and matter in biological media, micro and nanostructured materials, optical systems.||Pierre PFEIFFER||0033 (0)3 68 85 46 email@example.com||http://master-iriv.u-strasbg.fr/index.php?page=prc_nano|
|Master||Dpt. 69 Master’s degree in DIMN (Instrumental development for microand nanotechnologies (professional specialism of the Master’s degree in Physics)||Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1||Villeurbanne||This 2nd year of the Master’s degree (M2) trains managers for industry, capable of developing scientific measuring systems. Sensors and thin films form an important part of the training. The management of an innovative project (first-degree course) leads to a technical achievement. This training course is meant to be generalist in the field of instrumentation.||Brigitte PREVEL||0033 (0)4 72 44 81 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://master-dimn.univ-lyon1.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 72 Master’s degree in Physics and Optical Engineering (PIO) Professional M2 of the Master’s||Université du Maine||Le Mans||Design and implementation of optical instrumentation for process control. Internship in a laboratory or company for 16 weeks in M2 (2nd year of Master’s). Possibility of an internship at Kiev Polytechnic Institute (KPI; Ukraine) in the Optical Engineering department.||Jean-Marc BRETEAUemail@example.com||http://sciences.univ-lemans.fr/Master-Physique-Physique-des|
|Master||Dpt. 75 Master’s degree in Science and Technology Industrial Imaging path||Université Pierre et Marie Curie||Paris||This 2nd year of the Master’s degree (M2) provides the skills to master imaging, which is a relatively recent sector of activity with great potential. Examples of work performed in companies as part of the apprenticeship include: colorimetry calibration, computer vision, development of applications for virtual reality, characterisation of nuclear imaging sensors.||Parfaite PANTOU||0033 (0)6 21 05 43 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.cfa.upmc.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 75 Master’s degree in Physics and Nanotechnologies Specialism of the Master’s in Physics||Université Paris 13 – Sorbonne Paris Cité – Joint accreditation by CNAM (National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts)||Paris||The training course provides the skills to master the scientific and technical aspects at the root of photonic/nanophotonic applications by relying on solid basic training. Emphasis is placed on the interaction between radiation and matter, laser -based instrumentation and experimental techniques in nanosciences (practical work and projects in a clean room). The Master’s is as much directed towards research through the preparation of a doctoral thesis as towards R&D activity in a company.||Frédéric DU BURCK||0033 (0)1 49 40 33 email@example.com – firstname.lastname@example.org||www-galilee.univ-paris13.fr/etu_masters1_physique_nano.htm|
|Master||Dpt. 75 91 Master’s degree in Optics, Matter and Plasma (OMP).||Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Université Paris Sud – Institut d’optique – École polytechnique – Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines||Île-de-France (Paris, Palaiseau, Orsay)||Scientific and technical training which qualifies students for a doctoral thesis in a laboratory setting, or enables them to work in a company in the fields of optics, plasma and the interaction of radiation with matter. Internship: 6 months in a company (Professional Master’s) or at least 4 months in a laboratory (Research Master’s).||Agnès MAÎTRE||0033 (0)1 44 27 42 email@example.com||www.master-omp.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 76 Master’s degree in DIODE (Development of scientific, optical and detection instruments), branch of the specialism in Energy, Fluid and Optics (EFO)||Université de Rouen||Rouen, Technopole du Madrillet, Saint-Etienne du Rouvray||The objective of the Master’s degree in DIODE is to train specialists in the fields of optics and sensors with a view to quickly enter the sector of industry concerned. This Master’s degree also provides preparation for a doctoral thesis within a research laboratory.||Valérie THIEURY||0033 (0)2 32 95 36 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.coria.fr/spip.php?rubrique15|
|Master||Dpt. 87 Master’s degree in ARTICC (Architecture of networks and resulting technologies of communication circuits)||Université de Limoges||Open and distance education (ODL) – campus-based in Limoges for practical work. ARTICC trains experts in the sectors of telecommunication, space and health instruments. This degree course meets the expectations of students who, through ODL, wish to build up professional expertise in the high-technologies industry sector or focus the doctorate on research and higher education.||Denis BARATAUD||0033 (0)5 55 45 77 email@example.com||www.cvtic.unilim.fr – www.ixeo.unilim.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 87 Master’s degree in iXeo||Université de Limoges||Limoges||The Master’s degree in iXeo trains experts in the sectors of telecommunication, space and health instruments. This degree course meets the expectations of students who wish to build up professional expertise in the high-technologies industry sector or focus the doctorate on research and high education.||Serge VERDEYME||0033 (0)6 08 34 27 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.ixeo.unilim.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 91 Master’s degree in Electronics, Electrical Energy and Automation (E3A)||Université Paris-Saclay||Paris-Saclay||With research support at the highest international level, the Master’s gives a solid foundation in electronics, energy, automation, industrial computing, signals and imaging. The 2nd year of the Master’s (M2) course offers specialist training in optoelectronics, telecommunication and optical, nanophotonic, ultra high frequency electronic and THz networks. The course notably benefits from the support of the «Optoelectronic and photonic» chair of the Université Paris-Sud and PSA Peugeot Citroën.||Arnaud BOURNELemail@example.com||www.universite-paris-saclay.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 91 2nd Year of the Master’s degree (M2) in Components and antennas for telecoms (CAT)||Université Paris-Saclay||Paris-Saclay||We will train future researchers and engineers in the fields of ultra high frequencies and optoelectronics and also in cutting-edge fields such as, for example, terahertz waves, metamaterial antennas or silicon photonics. The purpose of CAT offers a relatively basic approach by incorporating physical analysis and modelling without neglecting the more practical aspects of the design of devices for telecommunication.||Xavier CHECOURYfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://master2cat.ief.u-psud.fr/|
|Master||Dpt. 45 Eco-technologies, electronics and optics Polytech Orléans -||Université d’Orléans||Orléans||The Eco-technologies specialism at Polytech Orleans teaches engineers about innovative eco-designed technologies. Optics, photonics, embedded computing, micro-nanotechnologies and programming all form part of the course. A quarter of the course is dedicated to projects which start during the first semester of the engineering program.||Rémi DUSSART||0033 (0)2 38 49 48 email@example.com||www.univ-orleans.fr/polytech|
|Master||Dpt. 67 Photonics option||Télécom Physique Strasbourg||Strasbourg||Lasers, optical fibres and CCD are recognised as being part of photonics. With micro and nanotechnologies, the training prepares students in the fields of telecommunications, metrology, biophotonics and structuring of matter, to become players in industrial, medical and scientific innovation.||Pierre PFEIFFER||03 65 85 46 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Master||Dpt. 72 Specialism in systems and processes for measuring and instrumentation||École nationale supérieure d’ingénieurs du Mans – Université du Maine||Le Mans||The ENSIM, via the SPMI option (Systems and processes for measuring and instrumentation), delivers expertise to master optical engineering design, sensors, micro-sensors and non-intrusive photonic analysis techniques. State-of-the-art equipment such as clean rooms, lasers and optical metrology, enable high-level practical training to be given and offer an introduction to research.||Stéphane DURAND||0033 (0)2 43 83 39 email@example.com||http://ensim.univ-lemans.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 75 École d’Ingénieur Denis Diderot (EIDD) Physical SystemsArchitecture||Université Paris-Diderot||Paris 7||The EIDD offers an engineering degree accredited by the CTI in three specialisms. The specialism «Physical Systems Architecture» provides training to engineers about instrumentation in the electromagnetic field, and more specifically, concerning optics and infrared. The skills to be developed focus on the implementation of system and project approaches to develop new instruments and on acquiring the skills necessary to transmit, propagate, detect and process signals.||Gérard ROUSSE||0033 (0)1 45 07 75 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://eidd.univ-paris-diderot.fr|
|Master||Dpt. 91 / Department of Photonics and optronic systems (PSO)||Polytech Paris-Sud - Université Paris-Sud||Orsay - Plateau de Saclay||The PSO department of Polytech Paris-Sud teaches engineers with dual competency in optics and electronics, who work in the following sectors of industry: environment, aviation, transport, biomedical, optical telecommunication, defence, scientific instrumentation. The training comprises 36 weeks as an intern and 12 weeks abroad.||0033 (0)1 69 33 86 email@example.com||www.polytech.u-psud.fr|