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Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurements


Course Description

International opening, including some courses given in English
General formation in various domains like environment, medicine, industry, or areonautics and space
Good knowledge of innovative methods in the wide field of sensors, starting with the initial conception of the sensor and finishing with its realization and integration in a complex system

Large number of possible applications, in the industry as well as in academic research

The M2 master Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurements is offered by ESPCI ParisTech and the Pierre & Marie Curie University, with a partnership with Observatoire de Paris.

Entry Requirements

This program is a M2 master, available to students having obtained a M1 master, students from engineer schools (after their third year in engineer school), and any candidate whose professional experience can be validated. The master is also available to students as initial training or continuous formation.Specific modules can be attended by employees from industrial companies, based on an agreement between the concerned people. In such situation, the master does not provide any diploma.

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