Master in Materials science and engineering

Master in Materials science and engineering

Engineering of functional materials 2nd year

Presentation and goals

This internationally oriented course serves as a structure for hosting the FAME (Functional Advanced Materials Engineering) Master, an Erasmus Mundus Master in partnership with several other European institutions (http://www.emmi-materials.cnrs.fr/index.php/education-and-training). Accordingly, the programme hosts both students of the FAME Master in M1, who then go to one of the network's other institutions for their M2, and students in M2, who have completed their M1 in Germany in the framework of FAME. In addition, this programme is available directly at Grenoble INP in M1+M2 under the same conditions as for the students of the Erasmus Mundus Master, and as a dual course for students of Grenoble INP-PHELMA.

This programme, taught entirely in English, has specific registration fees of €4000/year.

The aim of this Master is to train researchers for industry and academia in the area of advanced functional materials. One of the objectives after the Master is for a large number of graduates to go on to doctoral studies (>50%), in particular joint theses between university laboratories and industrial partners (large choice in the Grenoble region).

Presentation

Presentation

Programme strengths

  • Training in collaboration with Materials and Processes Science & Engineering Laboratory (SIMAP), Materials and Physical Engineering Laboratory (LMGP), Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physico-Chemistry of Materials and Interfaces (LEPMI)
  • Partner companies (non-exhaustive list): energy: Areva, CEA, EdF, Schneider Electric; chemistry of materials development: Constellium, ArcelorMittal, Ugitech, Aperam, Saint-Gobain, Aubert & Duval; microelectronics: CEA, ST Microelectronics, Soitec; applications: Airbus, Safran

International dimension :

Internationally-oriented programmes

100 % in English

Targeted skills

Knowledge : • Corrosion, treatment and functionalisation of surfaces • Electrochemical energy and electrochemical generators (batteries, accumulators, fuel cells, supercapacitors, etc.) • Electrolysis and electrosynthesis processes • Microelectronics industries • Eco-processes and eco-design • Waste and effluent treatment processes

Expertise : • Development of materials • Electrochemical and physicochemical characterisation methods • Unitary separation operations • Matter and heat exchange • Experimental plan • Simulation and Modelling of electrochemical processes • Electrochemical kinetics and electrocatalysis • Electrochemistry of materials and materials for electrochemistry (semiconductors, metals, oxides, etc.)

Partnerships:
Accredited establishment(s)
  • University of Grenoble Alpes

Programme

Programme

Practica, projects, and missions

Internships can take place either in an academic environment or in industry; in the latter case on condition that the research component of the internship is validated by the programme manager.

Registration and scholarships

Registration and scholarships

Entrance requirements

Entry is possible after a course in the fields of materials chemistry, physical chemistry, process engineering and electrochemistry. Students enter at M1 level after completing an L3 (bachelor degree), or at M2 after completing an M1.

To be considered for this Master, apply directly via the web using the EQUIV online application.

  • Applications from 15 January 20xx to 20 June 20xx for students from a Member State of the European Union
  • Applications from 15 January 20xx to 30 April 20xx for students from a country outside the European Union

Note: you can apply for more than one course within Grenoble INP. In this case, you must specify this when registering your application dossier and send a complete dossier for each course.

  1. Before the deadline indicated on the dossier, tick the box "Make my application final" in the EQUIV application for your dossier to be taken into account.
  2. Prepare your application on paper and compile the requested documents.
  3. Send your COMPLETE dossier no later than:
    1. 26 June for students from a Member State of the European Union
    2. 29 May for students from a country outside the European Union

to:

Admission sur titre - Master Electrochimie et Procédés
Phelma - 3 Parvis Louis Néel - CS 50257
38 016 GRENOBLE Cedex 01


If you are applying to PHELMA for more than one course (for example Master ElP and Master AST) you must send a complete application dossier for each course.

For students residing in the following countries: ALGERIA, ARGENTINA, BENIN, BRAZIL, BURKINA FASO, CAMEROON, CHILE, CHINA, COLOMBIA, CONGO BRAZZAVILLE, COTE D'IVOIRE, CZECH REPUBLIC, GABON, GUINEA, INDIA, JAPAN, LEBANON, MADAGASCAR, MALI, MAURITIUS, MEXICO, MOROCCO, PERU, RUSSIA, SENEGAL, SOUTH KOREA, SYRIA, TAIWAN, TUNISIA, TURKEY, UNITED STATES, VIETNAM, ZIMBABWE.

Note: to be accepted, students of non-French-speaking countries must provide certificates justifying their level of English and French.

  • You must apply via CampusFrance
  • You must register online via the EQUIV application

And after

And after

Further studies

  • Doctorate in electrochemistry
  • Doctorate in Process Engineering
  • Doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering

Doctoral School of Engineering - Materials, Mechanics, Energy, Environment, Processes, Production (IMEP2), specialisation in Materials, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Electrochemistry (2MGE) or Fluid Mechanics, Energy, Processes (MEP).

Sectors of activity

  • Academic research and teaching
  • R&D engineer in a company
  • Technical manager
  • Management