Three research-oriented master’s degrees may be of interest to ISIMA students who have the option to enrol onto a joint degree programme during their third year of study. Each year, several students from the school who have obtained one of these master’s qualifications continue their research studies in one of the laboratories at the Engineering Sciences Doctoral School in Clermont or another institution in France or elsewhere in Europe, supported by public or private funding (MESR, Regional, ANR, Labex, CNRS, FRANCE TELECOM R&D, INSERM grants, industrial contracts, etc.).
—Master’s in Computer Science
This Master of Research programme offers a choice of six pathways tailored to ISIMA students:
—Master’s in Mathematics
This Master’s degree reserved for students on the Scientific Computing and Modelling programme enables students to complete their education in applied mathematics at ISIMA by taking research-oriented classes in the fields of partial differential equations and analysis.
—Master’s in Robotics
This Master’s degree programme offers a multidisciplinary approach (mechanics, automation, industrial computing and electronics) in the field of automated systems. Two orientations are available in M2: one in mechatronic systems for industrial applications and the other more specialist in robotics R&D.
—Master’s in Industrial Engineering
The objective of this master’s programme is to teach students the latest industrial engineering and operational research techniques covering the full product engineering and production systems chain.