Master Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies

 MASTER PROGRAM 2019/20 
 

FREN

Start of the 2019/20 academic year (M1 and M2):

Monday, september 9th at 10h - Amphitheater Cartan, campus of Saint-Jérôme

Overview

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 Objectives

The master Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies offers a high-level program to understand, design, elaborate and implement materials and nanomaterials in highly innovative domains such as nano-engineering, nanoelectronics, energy or health, using disciplinary knowledge and tools of physics, chemistry and physico-chemistry of materials.

The objective of the Master is to train young graduates to acquire skills to find innovative solutions for solving complex problems related to the development of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in various contexts (research, development, production or training).

 Career opportunities

Graduates will have the choice of applying, in France and abroad, for Ph.D. programs with the opportunity of a partnership academic Lab/Industry or working as scientist or engineer in industry (R&D, project management, quality control, production, consulting, …).

 Organization 

Three programs, directed by the departements of Physics and Chemistry, are proposed :

   1. Nanoscale and Quantum Engineering

  • M1 : courses in french ; M2 : courses in english
  • Campuses Saint-Jérôme, Château Gombert and Luminy (Aix Marseille Université) and "Ecole des mines de Gardanne" (near Marseille)

   2. Engineering of Materials and Nanotechnologie

  • M1 and M2 : courses in french
  • Campus Saint-Jérôme (Aix Marseille Université)

   3. Chemical NanoEngineering (international – Erasmus Mundus)

  • M1 and M2 : courses in english
  • Semester 1 : campus Saint-Jérôme (Aix Marseille Université)
  • Semesters 2, 3 et 4 : Wroclaw (Poland), Rome (Italy), Marseille (France)

 Admission Requirements

M1 : Bachelor of Science in Physics, Chemistry, Physics-Chemistry, Engineering Science or equivalent Bachelor’s degree.

M2 : 1st year of a master or a 2nd year of engineering school with skills in Physics or Chemistry of Materials.

 Admission Procedure

  • Depending on the situation of students, different application procedures : click here
  • M1 and M2 program Nanoscale and Quantum Engineering and Engineering of Materials and Nanotechnologies :
    • Admission after examination of the applications (e-candidat AMU on-line procedure). Tutorial.
    • For the students coming from the countries listed below, applications have to be made via the Campus France procedure.
      • Algeria - Argentina - Benin - Brazil - Burkina Faso - Burundi - Cameroon - Chile - China - Colombia - Comoros - Congo Brazzaville - South Korea - Ivory Coast - Djibouti - Egypt - United States of America - Gabon - Guinea - Haiti - India - Indonesia - Iran - Japan - Kuwait - Lebanon - Madagascar - Mali - Morocco - Mauritania - Mauritius - Mexico - Peru - Democratic Republic of Congo - Russia - Senegal - Singapore - Taiwan - Togo - Tunisia - Turkey - Vietnam.
  • M1 program Chemical NanoEngineering : https://application.master-cne.eu

 Deadlines

For the on-line procedure e-candidat:

Opening of the application web site M1/M2: April, 1st 2019

Closing date for candidate registration M1: June, 10th 2019

Closing date for supplying all the supporting documents required for the application M1: June, 13th 2019

Closing date for candidate registration M2: June, 28th 2019

Closing date for supplying all the supporting documents required for the application M2: July, 5th 2019

 

 Master Program

 Synoptic Table

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 Teaching Units Details
 M2 program Nanoscale and Quantum Engineering (taught in english)

 Teaching Locations 

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Campus St Jérôme (Marseille)
Campus Luminy (Marseille)
Technopôle de Château Gombert (Marseille)
Centre Microélectronique de Provence (Gardanne)

 AMU Laboratories linked with the Master program (teachers, internships):

IM2NP, CINaM, MADIREL, ICR, Institut Fresnel, PIIM, LP3.