Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Metz - ENIM

Introduction

The National School of Engineers of Metz (ENIM) has been set, since September 2010, in the Technopôle de Metz building. Near the Symphony Lake, students and teaching staff benefit from an exceptional working environment, combining aesthetic qualities and exemplary functionality.

Opened in 1961 together with its "sister" of Tarbes, Saint-Etienne and Brest, the ENIM is the fruit of two joint wills: that of the State, which wants to structure the higher technical education and industry which, in a context of strong economic expansion, fears a shortage of engineers. Since their inception, ENIM becomes an indicator of education through the originality of their method of recruitment and their training content, in tune with the realities of the engineering profession. At no time in history has waived ENIM to this rule. The University has constantly adapted its teachings to changing technology and committed to an innovative process which will enable it to train engineers "à la carte".

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MASTER OF SC. “KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION IN MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION” (KIMP)

Campus Full time September 2017 France Metz

Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. [+]

Course major in “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 1 THE ENIM INSTITUTION (ECOLE NATIONALE D’INGENIEURS DE METZ) 2 MASTER OF THE CONTEXT Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. The training is organized over two semesters: a) the first semester (October to February) is devoted to theoretical scientific bases and tools, b) the second semester (March to July) is dedicated to a research project in a laboratory or in a company with the Master thesis writing. 1. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the Master “Design, Industrialization, Innovation”, in the specialty “Knowledge Integration in Mechanical Production”, are: - to acquire skills in research and development solutions for improving the efficiency of mechanical manufacturing systems, in particular, and of production general. - to know and Master the innovation approaches of a product, a machine or a manufacturing tool while improving its performance, - to learn how to develop models from data analysis, information and knowledge for studying and mastering the complexity of modern industrial systems, - to learn how to use scientific knowledge in mechanical and materials and information science for the control of manufacturing systems, - to develop scientific skills for solving industrial decision problems, using appropriate methods, techniques and tools. 2. THE MASTER’S ID Scientific field of the Master: "Science, Technology and Health" Statement: “Engineering Sciences and Materials Sciences” Specialty: “Knowledge Integration in Manufacturing Production” Courses major: “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 3. PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES OF THE COURSES Design and innovation - Design of product and production systems - Innovation of products, systems and services Integrated manufacturing - Knowledge Management - Data and information integration - Products manufacturing and industrialization Management and control of production and logistics - Automatic control of machine - Control of production lines - Organization and management of production and logistics Management of industrial systems - Prognostics and Health Management of machines - Integration of maintenance to the production process - Management of process and resources - Industrial operating risks prevention 4. TEACHING AND TRAINING MODULES Core program (3 Mandatory modules) - UE1: Integrated design and manufacturing - UE2: Gestion de la production - UE3: Analyse de données et Maitrise des incertitudes Customization program (3 optional modules) - UE32: Discrete event system - UE33: Control of production processes - UE34: Products industrialization - UE35: Logistics - UE36: Modeling of enterprises Professionalization program (2 Mandatory modules) - Study of the models of systems evolution and innovation - Level validation for English (certified by a 785 TOEIC score or equivalent) Research and literature review training - Written research report and literature review - Oral presentation of the report Research training based on a scientific research project - Written report of scientific research and study - Oral defense of the scientific research report 5. CREDITS A VALIDER POUR L’OBTENTION DU MASTER - 24 ECTS: Scientific modules (3 core modules et 3 optional modules) - 3 ECTS: Level validation for the English language - 3 ECTS: Validation of the module of “Systems evolution and innovation” - 30 ECTS: Research project including the research and the literature review. 6. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT - Being admitted in the 5th year of ENIM, or - Being a graduate engineer, or - Having successfully completed the first year of a Master program. Download the application form to be filled and return to ENIM. For all questions, contact Prof. Kondo H. Adjallah (adjallah@enim.fr) Head of the KIMP Master Program at ENIM Laboratory of Conception, Optimisation et Modeling of Systems [-]

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