Master Nanosciences et nanotechnologies

La formation propose le ou les parcours suivants :

Présentation

Formation co-accréditée entre l'Université Grenoble Alpes, et l'Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble

See also the website  https://master-nanosciences.ujf-grenoble.fr

Nanosciences study phenomena and manipulation of matter on the atomic and molecular scale (nanometers: i.e., one billionth of a meter). Important properties of matter such as the electrical, optical and mechanical properties are determined by the way molecules and atoms assemble into larger structures on the nanoscale.

Nanotechnology is the application of this science in new nanomaterials and nano - concepts for new components, systems and products. Therefore, nanotechnology will provide us with the ability to design custom-made materials with any property we require.

These newborn scientific disciplines are situated at the interface of physics, chemistry, material science, micro electronics, biochemistry and biotechnology. The master Nanoscience & Nanotechnology of Grenoble is a 2-years integrated program with a  strong research backbone and an important international outreach, providing a top quality multidisciplinaty education in nanoscience and nanotechnology. The key assets of master N2 are:

  • a multi-disciplinary approach with five tracks in nanophysics, nano- chemistry, nano-biosciences, nano-medecine, and micro and nano-engineering
  • a broad international exposure sustained by an Erasmus Mundus Program and several other international partnerships 
  • an experimental training of exceptional quality in the many nano-facilities of the Grenoble area
  • an excellent immersion in the world-class research environment of the Grenoble area, with the Nanosciences Conferences courses, the research training program, and the extended master thesis (see RIT track).

 The first year has 3 majors in nano-physics, nano-chemistry and nano-biosciences, tailored to receive students from different background. It prepares them to one of the 5 tracks of the 2nd year.

The 1st year Research Intensive Track (RIT) is dedicated to Batchelors of Science totalizing 4 years of higher education (equivalent to 240 european credits), or student having validated a 1st year of a master (M1) in another field and who want to change their orientation.  They start their master thesis in the first year and pursue their second year in one of the M2 track.

All courses (except the IMN track) are taught in english and welcome a majority of international students. The master N2 of UGA is part of a European Mundus Master consortium, the EMM Nano, open to european and non-european students. Student admitted at the EMM Nano spend their 1st year at KU Leuven, Belgium,  and their 2nd year at UGA in either the nano-physics, nano-chemistry or nano-biosciences track.  They obtain  a joint-degree of the KU Leuven and UGA. Instructions to apply for the EMM Nano can be found here. The master N2 has also partnerships and double-degree programs with  the Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU), and the Tsukuba University, Japan.

The IMN track is available in "alternance" for professional students who work in a company. This track is taught in french.

Plus d'informations sur : http://www.grenoble-inp.fr/engineering-degrees/master-micro-and-nano-technologies-for-integrated-systems-nanotech-482448.kjsp#page-presentation

Objectifs

Le programme de la mention de Master « Nanosciences, nanotechnologies » permet aux étudiants d’avoir le background approprié pour poursuivre en thèse, dans les sciences fondamentales ou en sciences appliquées. Il prépare également à des postes de haut niveau dans l'industrie des nanotechnologies.

L’acquisition de connaissances approfondies en physique, chimie et biologie est favorisée par un environnement de recherche exceptionnel : la communauté scientifique internationale de Grenoble, qui comprend les laboratoires de l'UGA et de Grenoble INP, le CEA, le CNRS ainsi que de grands centres de recherche tels que le synchrotron (ESRF) et l'Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL).

Partenariats:

Etablissement(s) co-accrédité(s)

  • Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble

Etablissement(s) partenaire(s)

Laboratoire(s) partenaire(s)

  • Laboratoires de la Fondation Nanosciences

Autres structures partenaires

Conditions d'admission

Diplôme national conférant le grade de licence dans un domaine compatible avec celui du master.
Titre ou acquis reconnu(s) équivalent(s) par la commission d'admission de l'Université Grenoble Alpes

Public formation continue :

Vous relevez de la formation continue :

  • si vous reprenez vos études après 2 ans d'interruption d'études,
  • ou si vous suiviez une formation sous le régime formation continue l’une des 2 années précédentes
  • ou si vous êtes salarié, demandeur d'emploi, travailleur indépendant.

 Si vous n'avez pas le diplôme requis pour intégrer la formation, vous pouvez entreprendre une démarche de validation des acquis personnels et professionnels (VAPP).

Contacts

Responsable(s) pédagogique(s)

Elisabeth Charlaix

Elisabeth.Charlaix @ univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Secrétariat de scolarité

Gestionnaire

phitem.master.nano @ univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Demande de candidature

phitem.candidature.etudiant @ univ-grenoble-alpes.fr