The TEMMA specialization aims to train engineers, through research, towards the development of the necessary numerical, geometrical and experimental models for the development of tools for the integrated design of components and/or mechanical systems. This multi-disciplinary approach to mechanical design needs to be strongly directed towards concurrent engineering and depends on:
In the first year, applications are invited from holders of a European degree in mechanics, applied mathematics or physics. Students giving proof of a level equivalent to 180 ECTS credits in these disciplines can be admitted at the discretion of the admissions committee.
In the second year, applications are invited from holders of a Bachelor in mechanics, physics, or applied mathematics, the holders of a MST, or any engineering degree whose syllabus contains basic training in mechanics. Engineering students from UTC, UTBM and UTT in their final year, as well as holders of equivalent foreign degrees with at least 240 ECTS credits can also apply.
Students in this program are well-prepared in both the methods of fundamental research and industrial research. This provides graduates who are well-adapted to technological realities, allowing them to find positions in organizations, laboratories and companies involved in mechanical design technologies. Those who wish to continue towards a doctorate can be integrated into a research laboratory in theoretical, numerical or experimental mechanics. In particular:
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