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Master Micro and Nano Technologies for Integrated Systems - Nanotech

Updated on March 4, 2014
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Overview

  • Master

  • Degree awarded : Master
    Duration :
    2 years starting in September

Summary

Microelectronic products, omnipresent in our daily lives, can still undergo even more sophisticated miniaturisation. This science of creating, designing, integrating and manufacturing miniature components, instruments and systems is carried out using expertise in micrometric and nanometric technology. This is a multidisciplinary domain where electronic and mechanical elements are integrated together with information technology, chemical and optical elements.

SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

The first semester will be at Politecnico di Torino, Italy's oldest Technical university. It offers top ranking educational programs in Engineering and architecture. It interacts with the local, social and economic context, as well as with companies and research centers from all over the world.
The second semester will at the Grenoble Institute of Technology, where research, education and industry meet. Set in a rich industrial and research-intensive environment, the campus is the ideal place for highly motivated student with a strong career oriented interest.
The third semester is at the Lausanne Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) a high-tech institution with a reputation for basic research, as well as for its contribution to the great scientific and environmental adventures of tomorrow.
 

More details : Master Nanotech

Objectives

The objective of this degree course is to train engineers with a wide range of knowledge in this field, where applications abound in practically all sectors of the world economy.

Specificities

Each year, 60 students are recruited from students at Grenoble INP, the Politechnico in Turin and from the EPF Lausanne. Each Institute can offer up to 20 places each.
The degree is also open to students from other universities through an external selection.
Recruitment is discussed during a jury in June each year by professors from Grenoble INP, Politecnico di Torino and with the EPF Lausanne.

Further information

Students in this program will be awarded an Engineering degree from Grenoble INP, a Laurea magistrale from Politecnico di Torino and a Master of Science from EPFL.

  • Training partners

    Each student will be required to complete an internship either at an industrial firm or in a research laboratory. This may be undertaken in France or abroad. This is an opportunity to consolidate and discover working methods and to learn how to manage real projects. A written dissertation will be required at the end of the training period to be defended in front of a jury.

    Possible research laboratories:

    CEA-Leti, IMT-NE, CSEM, ...

    Politecnico di Torino
    Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

    Olivetti, EM-Marin, Tronics, IBM, SOITEC, ST, ...

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Admission

Entry requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in Physics or Electronics or
  • Bachelor of Engineering or the equivalent thereof.
  • English proficiency
  • Excellent academic results
  • Transcripts to be uploaded
  • Two recommendation letters

Apply now

To apply : Recruitment website

Application deadline: May 15th

Fees: www.grenoble-inp.fr/admissions

Contacts

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Program

  • Course duration :
    2 years starting in September
  • Internships mandatory :

    This is a large project held in France, Switzerland , Italy or another country, on a subject chosen by the student and validated in December (before the end of the 3rd semester) by the heads of the three institutions.

    This full time placement will be carried out in a company or a research laboratory. It will last for a minimum of 5months.
    The evaluation of this work placement will be carried out by means of a work progress report, one month after the start of the project, a final report and two vivas (one known as pre-viva and the other, final viva). These two vivas bring together the teachers in charge of the work placement, the tutor and the work placement supervisor.

    The report and the viva will be in English , but a written summary and an oral summary must be done in Italian and French.

Program

*ECTS : European Credit Transfer System
Program subject to change

YEAR 1

September - January (30 ECTS*)  At Politecnico di Torino, Italy

  • Microtechnologies and microsystems
  • Solid State Physics and electronic devices
  • Materials for Microsystems and charactrization of technological processes
  • Design and modeling microsystems

February - May (30 ECTS*) at Grenoble INP, France

  • Physics of Nanostructures
  • From micro to nanoelectronics
  • Nanostructures for optical and magnetic applications
  • Advanced Microscopy and advanced lithography
  • Biotechnologies
  • Analogue and digital circuits design
  • Optical integrated circuits
  • Micro and Nanotechnologies Labs

June - July
  • Research project in a laboratory

YEAR 2
September - January (30 ECTS*) at EPFL, Switzerland

  • Nanoelectronics
  • Optoelectronics
  • Physical models for micro and nanosystems
  • Analogue circuit design
  • High Frequency Electronic circuits
  • Hardware systems modeling

February - June (30 ECTS*)
  • Master thesis in an industrial firm or research laboratory in France or abroad

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International

  • Language of instruction : All courses are taught in English
  • Internship abroad : No
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Prospects

Expected learning outcomes

  • Electronics, microelectronics
  • Computer sciences
  • Telecommunications
  • Materials engineering
  • Microsystems-Microtechnology
  • Advanced technologies management

Careers

Ability to develop diagnostic techniques and to solve complex problems by selecting and mobilizing the best analytical, numerical or  experimental tools.

Capacities to work in a team in a complex international and multicultural environment with colleagues from different cultures.

Aptitude to lead and manage group cross-disciplinary group projects, research or industrial projects in an international context.

Capacity to develop innovation, to explore breakthrough technologies and to implement them taking into account environmental, societal and human constraints.and/or region.

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Written by Sophie Adelaide Magnier

Date of update March 4, 2014

Financial support

Master website

Other institution(s) delivering the degree

In partnership with Politecnico di Torino and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)

Internships

This is a large project held in France, Switzerland , Italy or another country, on a subject chosen by the student and validated in December (before the end of the 3rd semester) by the heads of the three institutions.

This full time placement will be carried out in a company or a research laboratory. It will last for a minimum of 5months.
The evaluation of this work placement will be carried out by means of a work progress report, one month after the start of the project, a final report and two vivas (one known as pre-viva and the other, final viva). These two vivas bring together the teachers in charge of the work placement, the tutor and the work placement supervisor.

The report and the viva will be in English , but a written summary and an oral summary must be done in Italian and French.

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