The master degrees train future researchers as well as future professionals. The conjunction between theoretical knowledge and empirical investigations, intellectual autonomy and collective work, constitutes a unique expertise.
Students of the IT-Health pathway can follow one of the following masters:
The objective of the Master of Sciences in Imaging, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering
is to train students in the methods, tools and systems available for the acquisition and processing of digital images, for developing Medical Robotics systems equipped with Computer Vision, and for Biological Imaging and Nanophotonics Systems.
The Master degree of Micro and nanoelectronics
specialty's goal is to train micro and nano electronic researchers or engineers which have a great field of knowledges, from physics and elementary component technology and micro-sensors to combined integrated systems and circuit design (analog and digital).