EUR's master programs
This master degree aims to give a solid mathematical competence to students preparing for research in the field of mathematics or wishing to apply mathematical skills to concrete problematics, especially in the field of data science.
The program focuses on two main domains that correspond to a large part of the LIPN lab: Programming Theory and applications, Data Science.
The « imagery and network engineering and innovation » (M3IR) master degree’s purpose is to offer a course in imagery and computer network processing, to either a professional end or for research, depending on two curriculums (imagery, networks).
On top of its Master programs, the Galileo Institute houses an engineering school: Sup Galilée, a public institution accredited since 1976. The diploma delivered by the school is certified by the Commission des titres d’ingénieur (CTI) under the aegis of the Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche.
There are 5 specialisations and 7 curriculums, two of which are apprenticeships:
- Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing
- Computer Science (curriculum under student status)
- Computer Science and Networks (curriculum under trainee status)
- Telecommunications and Networks
- Energetics (curriculum under student status)
- Energetics apprenticeship (curriculum under trainee status)
- Mathematics, Computer science, Information and communication technology
- Physics, Materials science and processing
- Biology and health sciences, Life sciences, Medical sciences, Ethology.
It offers a training in research in 11 specialties:
- Computer science
- Biomedical informatic
- Computer science engineering
- Health and public health
- Materials science
- Engineering science
- Biology and health science
The postgraduate school welcomes about 225 to 250 doctoral students , 40% of whom are in Mathematics-Computer Science, 25% in Physics – Materials science and 35% in Biology and Health Science.
Currently in the postgraduate school, there are more than 400 professors and researchers, (CNRS, INSERM) and engineers of research attached to Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, among which 240 have been awarded their HDR (habilitation to direct research, the French degree which allows to supervise PhD candidates).