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Ecole Doctorale for Industrial, Materials, Mechanical and Process Engineering (I-MEP2)

Updated on July 21, 2010
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Overview

  • National diploma
  • Degree awarded : PhD
    Graduation year : Bac + 8
    Duration : 3 years

Your contacts for academic information

Director: Jacques FOULETIER
Université de Grenoble - Phelma, site Campus
BP 75 - 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères Cedex
Tel.: +33 (0)4 76 82 66 51

Co-Director: Denis FAVIER
Université de Grenoble - Laboratoire 3SR
BP 53- 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9
Tel.:  +33 (0)4 76 82 70 42

Assistant: Augustine ALESSIO
Grenoble INP Phelma, site Campus
1130 rue de la Piscine - BP 75 - 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères Cedex
Tel.:  +33 (0)4 76 82 65 78

Summary

website: edimep2.grenoble-inp.fr


Three thesis specialties are available to doctoral students:

  • Fluid Mechanics, Energy, Processes (MEP)
  • Materials, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Electrochemistry (2MGE)
  • Industrial Engineering: Design and Production (GI)

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Admission

  • Who should apply? : Bac + 5

Entry requirements

For all admission applications, particular notice is taken of the availability of funding for the duration of the thesis.  In addition:
-    For holders of a Master Recherche, a grade of Assez-Bien is a minimum requirement.  However, if the grade of Assez-Bien was obtained through a high grade from a placement, this admission may be conditional
-    For holders of a 2nd Cycle Master qualification, admission to the thesis program is decided by the Ecole Doctorale after external examination of the End of Studies Project
-    For holders of a master's degree or equivalent qualification obtained abroad, admission is decided by the Collège Doctoral committee after external examination for doctoral students applying to Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) or by the Commission de Validation des Acquis Académiques for doctoral students applying to Université Joseph Fourier.
In certain cases, admission to the thesis program may be conditional.  Admission to the 2nd year of the thesis program is only given if the doctoral student can satisfy certain conditions: passing a certain number of exams and/or vivas at the end of the 1st year.
Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) allocates grants to enable visits of one or two months to its research laboratories, encouraging applications from students already holding a master's degree.

Similarly to European Masters, Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) has established international elements for certain Masters Recherche which encourage the creation or reinforcement of collaboration between other foreign laboratories and establishments and also facilitate the administration required for jointly supervised theses.  Two such examples are the two specialties in the Mechanical and Energy Engineering Master entitled Experimentation and Modeling in Solid Mechanics, Rheology, Mechanics and Physics for Fluid Systems and the Functionalized Advanced Materials and Engineering - FAME specialty in the Materials and Process Engineering Master.

Contacts

Academic information

Director: Jacques FOULETIER
Université de Grenoble - Phelma, site Campus
BP 75 - 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères Cedex
Tel.: +33 (0)4 76 82 66 51

Co-Director: Denis FAVIER
Université de Grenoble - Laboratoire 3SR
BP 53- 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9
Tel.:  +33 (0)4 76 82 70 42

Assistant: Augustine ALESSIO
Grenoble INP Phelma, site Campus
1130 rue de la Piscine - BP 75 - 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères Cedex
Tel.:  +33 (0)4 76 82 65 78

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Program

  • Course duration : 3 years

Program

The Ecole Doctorale requires that students follow complementary courses of at least 120 hours during the preparation of a thesis, divided in the following manner:

- 40 hours minimum corresponding to specialist scientific training.  This training is defined by the student and his or her supervisor.  Each year, the Ecole Doctorale offers a body of scientific training.  Other training can also be offered by partners associated with the thesis in order to fulfill the individual requirements of each student.
At least 8 hours of training must be chosen from outwith the theme of the thesis.  This can take a variety of forms: Ecoles Thématiques (conferences), Journée des Doctorants (special doctoral student seminar day) organized by the Ecole Doctorale, bibliographic surveys, etc.

- 40 hours minimum corresponding to multidisciplinary training, which is not necessarily scientific (training managed by the Collèges Doctoraux of Université Joseph Fourier and Grenoble Institute of Technology).

- 40 hours of career development training (managed by the Collèges Doctoraux).


Courses offered by the Ecole Doctorale in 2008/2009

- Data Assimilation (Shared with ED I-MEP2, MSTII, TUE)
Coordinator: E. Cosme (LEGI)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: 4 consecutive days, 9.30-11.30 and 1.00-5.30, end of May.

- Large Scale Instruments and Coupling Methods,
Coordinators: Y. Soldo-Olivier (LEPMI), J. Schweizer (CEA Grenoble)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: 8 half-days over 8 weeks, January-March

- Transmission Electron Microscopy,
Coordinator: P. Donnadieu (SIMAP)
Number of hours: 12
Schedule: 4 half-days - March-April

- Energy,
Coordinators: Y. Bultel (LEPMI), E. Merle-Lucote (LPSC)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: june

- Quantitative Analysis for Microstructures,
Coordinators: J.M. Missiaen (SIMAP), S. Rolland du Roscoat (3S-R)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: - 18 hrs + 6 hrs of practicals, May

- Physics, Chemistry and Modeling of Transport Processes in Complex Porous Media (Shared with TUE)
Coordinator: J. Lewandovska (3S-R)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: june

- Biomechanical Engineering
Coordinators: D. Favier (3S-R), J. Ohayon (TIMC)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: april

- Computation of Effective Properties and Multiple Scale Problems
Coordinator: C. Geindreau (3S-R)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule:

- Discrete Modeling
Coordinators: F. Donze (3S-R), C. Martin (SIMAP)
Number of hours:
Schedule:

- Knowledge Capital and Leverage
Coordinator(s): P. Zwolinski (G-SCOP)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: January-February

- Deterministic and Stochastic Models for Supply Chain Problem Solving
Coordinator: B. Penz (G-SCOP)
Number of hours: 24
Schedule: 6 4-hour half-days, April

Courses Taught in English
Certain courses will be given in English

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International

  • Internship abroad : No
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Prospects

  • Graduation year : Bac + 8

Careers

The employment status of doctors two and three years after attaining their doctorate (2004):

IMEP2 : tab figures
*MGP: Materials and Process Engineering; *ME: Mechanics and Energy; *OISP: Industrial Organization and Production Systems

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Date of update July 21, 2010

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