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// Electronics and automatic control engineering

// Introduction and objectives of the course

The course at the electronics and automatic control engineering department aims at training highly-skilled technicians with a good command of areas using electronics, automatic control, PLC (programmable logic controller), industrial computing, supervision, real time, electrotechnics, power electronics, networks, LAN (local area network) modern communication instruments.

Providing future graduates with a scientific, technical and human background will enable them to continue or resume higher studies and facilitate any promotion in their career.

There is a certain international dimension: students can carry out their training period abroad within the Erasmus programme.

// Course structure and content

1st YEAR S1: 30 ECTS
TU 1.1: 12 ECTS – energy, digital electronics, computing, electronic systems
TU 1.2: 10 ECTS – software tools, studies and production, digital electronics, logical synthesis, digital electronics, logical synthesis, methodology, introduction to project management, tutored project
TU 1.3: 8 ECTS – English, communication, mathematics, mechanics, electromagnetism
S2: 30 ECTS
TU 2.1: 12 ECTS – energy, electronic systems, embedded computing, industrial automation & networks
TU 2.2: 9 ECTS – software tools, tutored project, introduction to project management, personal and professional project, digital electronics, logical synthesis
TU 2.3: 9 ECTS – English, communication, mathematics, electromagnetism – sensors
2nd YEAR
S3: 30 ECTS
TU 3.1: 11 ECTS – energy, automation, electronic systems, programming, networks, renewable energy: production and storage
TU 3.2: 11 ECTS – software tools, supervision, product life cycle, digital electronics, logical synthesis, digital electronics, tutored project, personal and professional project
TU 3.3: 8 ECTS – English, communication, mathematics, propagation CEM
S4: 30 ECTS
TU 4.1: 12 ECTS – internship (11 weeks)
TU 4.2: 12 ECTS – tutored project, digital signal processing, personal and professional project, digital electronics, logical synthesis, implementation of “field programmable gates arrays” (FPGA), industrial networks, electrical distribution NFC 15-100
TU 4.3: 6 ECTS – English, communication, company knowledge, statistical methods – reliability

// Career and study prospects

Owing to the breakthrough of electronics and automatic control in a wide range of domains, students can find excellent opportunities in the following areas as:

  • designer and/or production and/or maintenance assistant engineers:
    • Aeronautics, telecommunications…
    • Biomedical laboratories; food industries…
    • Electrical and electronic industries…
  • technical salesmen:
    • Industrial sales
    • International sales
    • Team management

The most successful graduates can apply for further studies in electronics or automatic control to most of the engineering schools (écoles d’ingénieurs) in France. Others apply to further university courses in related disciplines.

// Contact

Tel: + 33 3 59 63 21 90

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Address: IUT A de Lille – Département GEII – BP 90179 – 59653 Villeneuve d’Ascq CEDEX – FRANCE

// Location

IUT A, campus Cité scientifique, avenue Paul Langevin, Villeneuve d’Ascq