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Ingénieur SeaTech - Parcours Systèmes mécatroniques et robotiques (SYSMER)

  • Organisation: SeaTech Université de Toulon
    (Université de Toulon)
  • Type of Course: Initial education
  • Language(s): French
  • Place: La Garde - Var (French Regions: PACA)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: Diplôme d’ingénieur (French national engineering degree)
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 2

Course Details

Objectives: The course mechatronic and robotic systems (SYSML) has skills that enable the design, development and operation of complex electromechanical systems: Control system design and manufacturing software to mechatronic rapid prototyping tools Proficiency in instrumentation and automation in service robotics and active steering systems, mechanical knowledge, electronics and IT, Knowledge of methods of concurrent engineering and collaborative work, system approach of complex systems.
The multiple and multidisciplinary applications is very commonly found in the areas of transport (aeronautics, automobile ...), environment (use of energy and water-driven turbine for example) and marine engineering (marine and diving, tag robotics active ...).

Intended for: Students

Degree Level (EU) : 7 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Admission requirements: -CPGE
-Students in science and technology Bac +2 level DUT, Bachelors ..

Duration and terms: 3 years

Dedicated web site: http://www.seatech.fr/Parcours-Systemes-mecatroniques-et.html

Disciplines

  • Engineering Sciences

Topics

  • 3 - Mechanical Engineering (structures, structural dynamics…), Materials (composites, metallurgy, forming…), Processes, Chemistry, Mechatronics
  • 7 - Electrical systems (generation, storage and management of energy), Actuators, Microsystems
  • 8 - Avionics and on-board Systems (embedded networks, sensors, instrumentation, etc.), Real-time Systems
  • 10 - Control Systems, Robotics, Guidance and Control, Autonomous Systems
  • 17 - Project Management, Production, Industrialization, Factory of the Future, Integration, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Recycling