Public Engineering School in Computer Science

Education

Work-study programme

The third year can be completed by alternating studies and working in a company under a professional training contract. The contract stipulates the following terms and conditions:
  • Remuneration of the engineering student who is treated as a paid employee of the company with the possibility of being hired at the end of the contract.
  • Organisation of the planned curriculum to meet the requirements of the work-study programme (alternation in the week: 3 days – 2 days)
A large number of companies participate in this programme including Michelin, Orange, Lafarge, Sopra, Cap Gemini, Atos and CGI.…
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Continuous education

Continuous education for companies and individuals The aims of ISIMA’s continuous education programme are:
  • For companies, to raise their employees’ level of qualification;
  • For individuals, professional development within the company;
  • To acquire or refresh knowledge (within the framework of a training plan).
ISIMA offers its resources to companies and individuals looking for qualification-bearing services in a variety of skill areas in the form of collective (intra- or inter-company) or individual actions. ISIMA’s continuous education programme is available:
  • either directly to companies or individuals: students can obtain an ISIMA Engineering degree through the continuous education programme.

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e-campus

ISIMA is the project lead in higher education for a vocations and qualifications campus named e-campus centred on information technologies which was approved by education minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem on 30 January 2015. Created in 2013, vocations and qualifications campuses are centres of excellence for helping young people make the transition from studying to employment. They offer a range of vocational courses, both in technology-related and general disciplines, in a specific professional field with future prospects. Under one roof and/or as part of a network of secondary and higher education institutions, they bring together, within strengthened partnerships, companies and research laboratories supported by regional councils and companies.…
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Career prospects

Every sector and every organisation is affected by digital technology. Digital technology alone is responsible for 25% of world growth. ISIMA equips its engineering graduates with all the skills needed to integrate with every field and profession in the digital sector.
The ISIMA’s RNCP (National Directory of Vocational Qualifications) page gives details on the main business sectors opened up by the ISIMA engineering degree: Sectors of activity: IT services; software publishing; computer, electronics and telecommunications manufacturers; consulting/security; telecommunications operations; banking, finance and insurance; parts manufacturing in the automotive or aerospace industry; industry (outside computing); public administration; research and higher education; training; audio-visual, healthcare Type of jobs: Network and IP telephony architect, information systems architect, consultant, auditor, computer solutions expert, IT project manager, design engineer, systems and security engineer, networks engineer, research and development engineer, technical sales engineer, support engineer, IT Director, managing director, PhD student then researcher or research professor.…
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Entrepreneurship

Training entrepreneurs and inspiring young business minds is of great importance in France. The main objective of the training offered at ISIMA is to convey the message to students that they are the main stakeholders of their own future and have many possibilities , perhaps ultimately setting up their own business, a mark of professional success and chance to create economic and social wealth and jobs. To this end, ISIMA has partnered up with engineering schools in Clermont to offer entrepreneurship modules in the first and second years.…
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F6 International option – ISIMA Master Double Degree in Computer Science

 Head

 Eva Hassinger 04.73.40.50.32 Annegret Wagler 04.73.40.53.67
Originally part of the partnership with the Chinese University of Harbin, the international option at ISIMA now welcomes within a curriculum taught in English the international students. The objective is to train high-level, versatile, internationally-minded engineers, capable of understanding cultural differences as well as new technologies such as the Internet of Things, Web services and computer decision aid. Detailed programs are available in these documents: 3rd year programme Material and tools
  • Programming languages​​: C, C + + (GNU), Java (J2EE)
  • Databases: Oracle 11g
  • Web services, Web applications
  • Network simulator: NS3
  • Optimization: CPLEX
Opportunities
  • Mobile Application Designer
  • Computer decision aid tool designer
  • Business Engineer
  • Web service software designer
  • Research and development

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F5 – Networks and telecommunication

 

 Head

 Dr. Patrice Laurencot 04.73.40.50.48 Dr. Christophe Gouinaud 04.73.40.50.41
Objectives The objective is to train engineers able to grasp all the notions necessary for the development, administration and security of the components of the modern information systems. Network and mobile elements are at its heart, the teaching program covers all concepts required to run an enterprise network, from design (constraints, specifications) to application domains (Web, application smartphone, VoIP) having as a transverse objective the understanding of issues related to security and performance.…
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F4 – Scientific Computing and Modeling

 

 Head

 Pr. Philippe Mahey 04.73.40.50.07 Dr. Gilles Leborgne 04.73.40.50.23
Objectives The view adopted here is that of considering the computer more as a tool than as a means of storing information. The term modeling should be taken here in the sense of mathematical and computational tools. The aim is to train engineers to master the relationship between real systems and digital models, able to develop and test complex software. Computer engineers we hope to train here will:
  • Participate in multidisciplinary teams, mathematical and computer modeling of continuous and discrete systems.

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F3 – Information System Management and Decision Support Systems

   

 Head

 Dr. Myong-ah Kang 04.73.40.50.36 Dr. Philippe Lacomme 04.73.40.75.85
Objectives
The objective is to provide methods and tools for the design, implementation, operation and integration of production systems, information systems and decision support systems to optimize decision making within the company. Course The curriculum is structured in three blocks, which complement the “Core curriculum” focuses on modern languages, communication, law and business management, software engineering, operating systems and networks. The “Engineering Information Systems” offers different modules: Foundations and development of databases, introduction to information systems, database administration, business intelligence, data mining … The “Modelling for Decision Support” focuses on operational research, modeling of random processes, discrete simulation flow, economic forecasts … Finally “Functional integration of companies” ERP presents the management of the supply chain, application integration, Web services, Java technology … Materials and tools
  • Suite Oracle (Oracle 11g, ERP Oracle Applications)
  • SQL Server (Microsoft)
  • SAS BI, SAS Enterprise Miner
  • Talend, Business Objects, WEKA
  • CPLEX, GLPK
  • ERP QUALIAC
  • QNAP2 Queueing Network Analysis Package
  • Java EE, Eclipse, Netbeans, Borland C++
Opportunities Jobs covered by this sector include BI companies (Umanis, B & D, Polarys, Axege …), IT services industry(Cap Gemini, Sopra, Logica …), IT vendors (Oracle, Qualiac, SAS …), all major information systems users: Manufacturing, banking, insurance, logistics, transport (Michelin, Air France, France Telecom …) and  research centers (CEA, CNRS, INRA …).…
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F2 – Software Engineering & Information Systems

 
   

Head

 Pr. David Hill 04.73.40.50.19 Dr. Claude Mazel 04.73.40.50.16
Objectives The objective is to train engineers capable of mastering the software development process based on modeling techniques, design, development and IT project management. These techniques should allow the design of modern applications that require the integration of heterogeneous components (connecting to a database, network communication and graphical interface for example). Course The course, based on developing software, focuses on modeling techniques and development within IT projects. Emphasis is also placed on the reworking and re-engineering of applications, the engineering models and, more generally, on the modeling and analysis of high-level management of IT projects.…
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