Master in Signal and image processing

The programme offers the following course(s)


Course co-accredited by the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (Grenoble INP) and Université Grenoble Alpes

This master takes into account developments in techniques and knowledge in the field of signal and image processing. In particular, it offers an approach with a greater focus on tools for modelling, analysing and formatting information, enabling the transition to the massive data scale.

The course will benefit from the resources of the CEA-GIPSA "common laboratory" (CEA/Grenoble-INP framework agreement), which has been active since 2008. This project has already resulted in the creation of more than eight areas of cooperation, which have led to more than 10 doctorates being supported.

The master's strong foundation within the Université Grenoble Alpes and the SICOM engineering course of the Grenoble INP-ENSE3 and PHELMA components enables the shared organisation of exchanges, lectures and seminars offered by the industrial partners of the engineering courses (Thalès, Trixel, STMicro, EDF, Areva, ...).

Two representatives from the world of R&D (if possible from companies with a broad international base) will be invited to participate in the training development committee.


  • Doctorate in the field of ICST
  • Employment in R&D in the industrial sector, in SIP or information science

Further studies

Doctorate in the field of ICST

Sectors of activity

  • Modelling of signals and systems, random processes
  • Formatting, extraction and analysis of information in complex observation systems : inverse problems, detection, statistical learning. Transition to the scale of large masses of data
  • Applications in multi- and hyperspectral imaging, biomedical applications, neurosciences, astro, geosciences etc

Practica, projects, and missions

Internship of 4 to 5 months (Semester 4)


Accredited organizational unit(s)

  • University of Grenoble Alpes

Partner schools

Access conditions

To be accepted for a master 1st year, you must hold a bachelor degree (licence 3rd year) or equivalent.

To be accepted for a master 2nd year, you must hold a master 1st degree or equivalent. Your previous studies must be compatible with the master you wish to study. The recruitment and registration conditions are stated for each speciality


Program director

Ronald Phlypo

Ronald.Phlypo @

Program administration

Scolarité PHELMA

scol-gecs @

Noelle Chapays

Noelle.Chapays @