The Masters in Electronic Engineering (MEI) program intends to continue training young engineers especially Applied Electronics graduates, but not only, and is focused on deepening the knowledge in electronics.
After graduation, students will possess advanced knowledge in high-level programming of embedded devices, specific knowledge of analysis and design of analog and digital circuits, methods of analysis of electromagnetic interference, thermal phenomena analysis methods, analysis methods for power converters, knowledge about the theory of electronic systems (command, control, adaptive systems). They will also have advanced simulation skills and analysis of the functionality of electronic systems, microsystems design taking into account the constraints specified (interference, temperature, testability, manufacturing, etc..). Acquired skills will be operating with specific instrumentation and control applications (electronic power supply, automotive, biomedical testing, etc..), simulations using dedicated programs advanced use of MatLab, Simulink and LabView environments, capacity for working in a team of developers/researchers, development of bibliographic documentation, reporting research, writing materials with scientific content (articles, papers), presentations on technical topics.
Duration of the studies is 2 years and the number of ECTS credits acquired is 120.
Disciplines held by our department at the MEI specialization are:
|Advanced simulation techniques|
|Software for embedded systems|
|Advanced digital design|
|Complex power systems and energy conversion systems|
|Designing for EMC and SI|
|Mixed-signal electronic systems|
|Electronic systems control|
|Biomedical electronic Systems|
|Automotive electronic systems|
|Advanced technologies for embedded systems|
|Design for thermal compatibility|
For more information about admission to the master’s program you can visit the program’s admissions page.