Training through research

Heudiasyc is attached to the Software Engineering department of UTC.

Involvement in training

Engineers
Heudiasyc members are closely involved in the training of UTC engineers, particularly in Software Engineering. Students can specialise in five areas:

  • ADEL: Decision support for logistics
  • FD: Data mining
  • ICSI: Knowledge and information support engineering
  • SRI: Computer systems and networks
  • STRIE: Real-time systems and embedded computing



Masters degree
Heudiasyc is closely involved in the master of the UTC, in terms of responsibilities and teaching.

  • Mention "Interaction in Complex Systems (MSCI) ’oriented research, backed by the Labex MS2T and specialty TIS" Information Technology for Autonomous Systems in cooperation "of the MSCI mention. Manager: P. Bonnifait.
  • Mention "Systems Engineering and Services" and specialty "Systems Engineering Information "(professional master). Manager: D. Lenne.

P. Morizet-Mahoudeaux is responsible for the master of the UTC.


Students
The laboratory hosts more than thirsty students per year at DUT (University technology diploma), bachelor’s or master’s degree levels from various courses in France or abroad. Between 2011 and 2015, the laboratory hosted 124 trainees including 60 master courses.




Professional development Heudiasyc members are involved with training modules, dedicated to business. These formations: Specialized Master "rail and guided systems" in partnership with the cluster i-Trans and several engineering schools (http://mastere-ferroviaire.enpc.fr); Dedicated courses in software engineering within the collaboration with Bull and Orange; course in safe operation for the company Plastic Omnium; etc.


Doctoral training

Heudiasyc is involved with the "Information and Systems Technologies" specialist department of UTC’s research school.

The Heudiasyc doctoral students are enrolled in the Doctoral School of the UTC, ED71 "Engineering Sciences". Y. Grandvalet is responsible for doctoral training in the laboratory.

There are around 65 PhD students working in the laboratory at any given time.

Find out more about Heudiasyc’s PhD students



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