The Masters programs focuses on fluid mechanics and subsequent applications:
* Production or energy conversion with turbomachinery, nuclear energy * Transportation (aerodynamics, propulsion, combustion), * Renewable energy or sustainable development which involve hydraulics (rivers, off-shore or marine science), wind or solar engineering, * Chemical engineering and transport phenomena involved in : o microfluidics developments in bio- or MEMS-technologies, o metallurgy, o petroleum industry, o industrial safety, o wastewater treatment, o food and feed industry, o health and care industry.
To be admitted to the program, applicants must have: An Engineering diploma in one of the following fields: Fluid Machanics, Chemical Engineering, Physics or applied Mathematics (provided they have a significant level in Fluid Mechanics) and must have done at least one year in a Masters program (MSc or ME) which must be validated or have the equivalency thereof.
Recipient: Grenoble Institute of Technology
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