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1 - ENGLISH 30 h. tutorials.

Low-level and intermediate groups having less than 670 points at the TOEIC

    Preparation for TOEIC:

    Consolidate the bases, improve oral and written comprehension, pass the TOEIC.

    Students taking the International Engineer option (if TOEIC) The Business of Culture:

    Concepts and theories of culture. Analysis and comparison of various cultures from different

    sources (press, Internet). Negotiations in a multicultural context, case studies, simulations,


Strong groups

    3 selective themes:

    ? English Short Story Workshop:

    Study of form, contents and style of the novel through reading writers such as

    Asimov, Poe, Vonnegut, Maugham. Writing workshop.

    ? Really Communicate in English:

    Express oneself orally and in writing in various situations and professional contexts:

    meetings, presentations, current affairs, reports.

    ? Media Studies in English:

    Study the impact of the media on popular thinking and the impact of culture on the

    media. Research, case studies and analysis of different types of media: publicity in

    all its forms, the Press, cinema, television series, cartoons, music.


2.1 SELECTIVE VALUES UNIT (according to preference): 30 h. tutorials.

    *Scientificalness and the real world

Objective: Awareness of otherness and cultural diversity. Put forward a methodology for

    action in the face of complex human situations.

ESIGELEC 1 09/07/2009

    Content - Description of ethnology

    - Perceptive plurality

    - Cultural plurality

    - The science of otherness

    - Systems, networks and complexity

*Ethics and company performance

Objective: Give information concerning the various ethical applications in the company.

    Demonstrate that ethics promotes performance. Encourage the student to acquire ethical


    Content - Economic account

    - Social account

    - Ethics

    - The bases of ethics

*Controlling a change in organizations

Objective: Understand the mechanisms of change at individual and group level.

    Understand and respect the basic processes implemented during change. Recognize the phases within companies

    Content Principles to be respected

    . Ethics of change

    . Relational parameters

    Change as a human resources management process

    . The various phases prior to the acceptance of change

    Controlling change

    . Carrying out the change

    . Implementation of the change

    . Evaluation of the change

*Company human relationships

Objective: To describe the approach and flow chart for the main HR functions.

    Make aware of the expectation of recruiting staff.

    Content Stakes and strategy of human resources

    Preparing for recruitment tests

    The employment contract

    Pay and length of employment

    Training and skills management

ESIGELEC 2 09/07/2009

*Management questions

Objective: Give thought to management practice(s).

    Understand the management dimension to the trade of Engineer.


    Management in questions

    Types of management

    New management methods

    The 13 basic concepts

    The coach/team manager

*The Engineer as responsible citizen

Objective: Definition of a concept which is difficult to define: citizenship

    Revisit the values of citizenship.

    Highlight the concept of practising responsibility


    French citizenship

    . Participating in the life of the society

    . A requirement for responsibility

    European citizenship

    . The concept of European citizenship

    . The rights and freedoms linked to citizenship

2.2 PROFESSIONAL APPROACH (depending on choice) 30 h. tutorials.

     The Engineer as entrepreneur


    - Technical management tools

    - Case study

     Quality engineer

Objective: Awareness of quality professions and dissemination of a dynamic image of quality.

    Make it understood that the reliability of a product as well as its competitivity (or that of a service) are the responsibility of the quality engineer. Putting quality back in a company undergoing changes: globalisation, new technologies, environment, etc.


    - Introduction: place and role of the Engineer in a "quality" policy

    - Quality: definition; why quality in a company?; quality for which company? - Behind the term "Quality Engineer" there are several functions.

    - Skills and qualities of the Quality Engineer

    - Leadership, communication, advice and training.

    - The quality challenges (see objectives). Size and future of the profession.

ESIGELEC 3 09/07/2009

     Project engineer - Project manager

    Content Summary of project experience (by group)

    Presentation of each team to the whole group

    The principles of management by project

    - Management of human resources:

    - Knowing oneself for better management

    - Staff motivation

    - Promoting new ideas (by group)

    - Discovering problems

    - Specific features of small and large projects

    - Personal experience of an R & D project manager

    - Project feedback from the first day and a new study in the light of the seminar - Rights and obligations of the project engineer/project manager - Personal experience of an international project manager

     International engineer

Objective: Understanding the challenges of an international profession, especially in the area

    of human relations; understanding inter-cultural exchanges and the management of multi-cultural teams; provide a place where students can confront their experiences on the international stage and prepare themselves for others; developing intercultural communication.

    Content - Introduction: the place of the Engineer in Europe (institutional Europe also) and in the World

    - The international context: globalisation, geo-economic and political approach - Structural approach according to the multicultural approach or story - Introduction to international marketing

    - Intercultural and interpersonal communication

    - Intercultural methodology

    - Capitalization of knowledge.

    - Multinational view of human resources.

     Research, Development and Design engineer

Objective: Position and manage Research and Development in the company.

    Define the Research and Development and Design function.

    Understand Research and Development and Design techniques.

    Obtain information on innovating technologies.

    Know how to call others and oneself into question.

    Content - Positions held in industry

    - Research and development and design techniques

    - Information management

    - Human relations

    ESIGELEC 4 09/07/2009

     Project Engineer.

    Objective: Awareness of the profession; offer tools to understand particular personal characteristics and give a taste for this type of function and responsibility: the project

    engineer controls the whole of a process: prospection, technical and financial set-up,

    negotiation, control of the manufacturing process and sales. His objective is customer



    - Introduction: place and role of the engineer in the modern company which requires all-

    round adaptability

    - Functions and qualities of the project engineer: collect and interpret data; build a strategy;

    listen to and adapt to the customer and their request

    - General culture: economic environment (exchanges, growth, budget, etc.) and legal:

    company law

    - Introduction to negotiation and sales

2.2 RECRUITMENT SIMULATION: 3 h. tutorials.

    Objective: Firstly to put the student in front of the interviewers. Secondly, assess how the meeting went.


3.1 ENGINEERING PROJECT: 140 h. practical work.

During the third year, the project teams execute their project in accordance with the

    specifications that they defined during the study phase in the second year.

ESIGELEC 5 09/07/2009


1.1 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING: 12 h. lectures, 8 h. tutorials


    All majors except AIR

Objective: Automation of production means continues to develop, and the use of sensors in

    industry is more and more widespread. They provide, in the form of an analogue signal, a

    representation of the changing state of a system, enabling the process to be monitored and

    any operating errors to be corrected. However, the information generated by the sensors

    necessarily suffers disturbance due to the environment as well as to their internal operation. The information received therefore includes various errors (random, accidental or systematic) which are likely to lead to an incorrect diagnostic of the system analysed. Since the

    manufacturing processes are now more and more accurate, it is becoming more and more

    important to interpret the measurement results correctly. Data validation consists of

    generating information which will be considered as credible by the operators. It can be

    broken down into three essential phases:

    - Preliminary breakdown according to the observability

    - Detection and location of defective sensors

    - Correction of measurements


    - Smoothing timed signals

    - Digital filtering using polynomial methods (MCS, MCG),

    - Digital filtering in real time (MCR, KALMAN)

    - Validation of data in linear systems

    - Validation of data in bilinear systems

    1.2 APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT ON MICROCONTROLLERS: 12 h. lectures, 8 h. practical


Public All majors except OSE

Objective: This module gives the basic elements for defining the requirements of an

    application, choosing a microcontroller and starting the development phase for this



    - Structure of a microcontroller

    - The various architects and families of microcontrollers

    - Microcontroller choice parameters

    - Work on HC12 family or equivalent

ESIGELEC 6 09/07/2009

1.3 INTRODUCTION TO MICROWAVES: 12 h. lectures, 8 h. tutorials

Public: All majors except EETS

    Objective: This course introduces different functions and different microwave measuring devices designed to enable students to use RF sub-assemblies in their projects.


    - Introduction: microwaves: frequency range and applications.

    - Lines

    - S parameters

    - Main functions

    - Measuring devices

1.4 OPTICAL FIBRES AND HIGH SPEED TELECOMS: 16 h. lectures, 4 h. tutorials

Public: All majors except OTE

    Objective: Existing applications (Internet) or those to come (on-demand video) require ever higher transfer rates. Fibre optics has a large capacity and has been used for several years

    for building high-speed international networks and interconnecting them at metropolitan

    level. Techniques of multiplexing by wavelength have reached several terabits per second.


    - Optical fibre

    - Geometrical optical fibre, characteristics and typical performances, plastic fibres, gradient

    silica, G652, G655 single-modes

    - Manufacturing and methods of installing and connecting

    - Quantification of several phenomena by wave optics

    - High-speed optics

    - Multiplexing in WDM wavelengths, optical amplification, optical cross connecting, ?


    - Calculation of optical budget

1.5 CONNECTING AND EXCHANGING INFORMATION: 16 h. lectures, 4 h. tutorials

Public: All majors except NTS

    Objective: Give the main elements used for information representation and handling to optimise circulation in a data or telecommunication network.


    - Modes to establish relations

    - Description of online mode

     - Description of offline mode

     - Relation, comparison and selection mode

ESIGELEC 7 09/07/2009

- Addressing modes

    - Description of addressing

    - Addressing types

    - Addressing mechanisms

    - Comparison and selection between the various types - Information routing

    - Routing policies

    - Routing management methods

    - Information routing (fixed, alternate, broadcasting, random, spamming) - Flow control

    - Information validation

1.6 INTRODUCTION TO JAVA : 5 h. lectures, 15 h. practical work (a session is made up of 1

    h lecture, 3 h practical work)

Public: All majors except ICE and PDSE

    Objective: The objective of this module is to acquire a knowledge and practical understanding of the basic elements of JAVA.


    - Generalities

    - Classes and instances

    - Methods

    - Inheritance

    - Graphic libraries

    - Basic concepts of applets

1.7 INTERNET: 5 h. lectures, 15 h. practical work

Public: All majors except ICE and PDSE


    The objective of the module is to understand the software architecture of a web site.


    - HTTP protocol

    - Design WEB pages (HTML, JavaScript, PHP)

1.8 INDUSTRIAL VISION: 14 h. lectures, 6 h. tutorials

Public: All majors except AIR

    Objective: To dimension a robotic vision system to an industrial specification. Understand the methods used in image processing. Apply these methods to the quality control and shape

    recognition scenarios.

ESIGELEC 8 09/07/2009


    - CCD Camera, video signal and acquisition board

    - Image improvement algorithms, morphological operators

    - Shape recognition

    - Industrial applications and case study

1.9 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC COMPONENTS: 12 h. lectures, 8 h. practical work

Public: All majors except OSE

    Objective: This module introduces the concept of programmable logic component together with the tools and methods for using them.


    - Review of combinatory and sequential logic

    - The various architectures and manufacturers of programmable components

    - Logic system design methodology (VHDL)

    - Use of synthetic tools

1.10 MULTIMEDIA COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES: 16 h. lectures, 4 h. tutorials

Public: All majors except OTE

    Objective: The bit rates required by the raw digitising of images and sounds are not compatible with the capacities of the transmission systems. They have to be reduced. The

    compression techniques from mathematics are constantly changing with the technology and

    the economic requirement to do better cheaper.


    - Issues and reviews concerning digitising

    - Reversible compression methods, RLE, Huffmann

    - Irreversible compression methods, transformations

    - Sound compressions NICAM, MP3

    - Compression of fixed images GIF, JPEG, Wavelets

    - Video compressions MJPEG, MPEG2


Public All majors except NTS


    The aim of the module is to describe the basic mechanisms of TCP/IP architecture.

    This description will be followed by an introduction to security in corporate networks.

ESIGELEC 9 09/07/2009


    - TCP/IP architecture

     Interconnection concepts

     Internet addressing and address resolution

     IP and ICMP protocols

     Routing protocols

     Transport level protocols

    - Introduction to the security of corporate networks

     Definition of the various types of attack

     Description of the various scanning techniques used

     Fingerprinting (passive and active)

     Attacks by denying service (distributed or not)

     Application attacks

     Overall and uniform thoughts concerning security

     Weaknesses in web sites

    - Security recommendations

     Evaluation of risk level, Evaluation of impact, etc.

     Expression of general security objectives

     Organization (roles and responsibilities)


1.12 MEMS (MICROSYSTEMS, ELECTROMECHANICS): 16 h. lectures, 4 h. tutorials

Public: All majors

Objective: The objective of this module is to show the use of microsystems and their

    application framework. It will enable theoretical and technical skills in the MEMS field to be gained. At the end of this module, you will be able to understand the potential of MEMS and the special features of their use.

    This module is part of a module exchange between ESIGELEC and ESIEE Paris. The lectures and tutorials may be accessed remotely via the Internet or CD-ROM.

    Communication with the ESIEE teacher is by electronic means.


    - Introduction to MEMS

    - Technological aspects of integrated circuits

    - MEMS technology

    - Physics associated with MEMS (integrated micro-sensors, micro-actuators) - Tutorials on the Physics of MEMS

1.13 RELATIONAL DATABASES: 8 h. lectures, 12 h. practical work

    Public: All majors except ICE and PDSE

Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce the main concepts of relational

    database management systems. The tutorials will enable the student to carry out some exercises on simple cases of data modelling, and practical work to master the basics of SQL.

ESIGELEC 10 09/07/2009

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