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Graduate Degree - Internet of Things : Innovation and Management Program (IoT)

Contexte

From mobile phones to watches, media platforms, utility grids and medical devices, connected objects are permeating all levels of industry and technology. As society becomes increasingly digitized, the data they generate enables new interactions and business models, with wide-reaching impacts on traditional economic systems and, even, social habits.

For 21st century companies, developing the strategies and skills required to make their products connected is imperative in order to avoid their own obsolescence. But how are those skills developed?

Whether a connected object is intended for mainstream consumption or a specific industry, companies face a wide range of questions beyond technical feasibility: what is the market potential for this object? Can it be assessed through Big Data analysis? Which selling price will ensure long-term profitability? What will be the costs of storing and analyzing the data generated by this object? How will this data be processed in compliance with the privacy and property laws of different countries and regions? What are the object’s potential impacts on its sociological and societal context? The success of a connected object depends on companies' ability to answer these questions right from the design stage.

The Internet of Things: Innovation and Management Program (IoT-IM) Graduate Degree is based on the Ecole Polytechnique’s trademark multidisciplinary approach and provides you with the necessary knowledge and expertise of the entire connected objects’ ecosystem - from the electronics to economics of connected objects. It is a complete program for future entrepreneurs, engineers and IT/IoT consultants with a passion for the internet of things, and the curiosity to investigate the many sectors that overlap within the field.

Objectif

As society becomes increasingly digitized, the data they generate enables new interactions and business models, with wide-reaching impacts on traditional economic systems and, even, social habits.

The Internet of Things: Innovation and Management (IoT-IM) Graduate Degree covers the wide-reaching impact of digitization and connected objects, on industry, business, technology and society. IoT-IM answers the growing demand for real expertise in connected objects among industry players, large and small and across large-scale networks.

Students benefit from the mentoring of engineers and scientists straddling the worlds of academia and industry and who are already working on the future of connectivity. Upon graduation, our students’ combination of technical, scientific and industry knowledge make them competitive for jobs in the most cuttingedge IoT startups, leading technology companies and global research centers.

The IoT-IM Graduate Degree provides you with the necessary knowledge and expertise of the entire connected objects’ ecosystem, from the electronics to  economics of connected objects. It is a complete program for future entrepreneurs, engineers and IT/IoT consultants with a passion for the internet of things, and the curiosity to investigate the many sectors that overlap within the field.

contenu

At École Polytechnique, we firmly believe that solid technical and scientific know-how must be complemented by a thorough understanding of the economic, regulatory and societal context, in order to form a complete and competent engineer. The Internet of Things: Innovation and Management Program aims to provide such an understanding through the study of six thematic pillars and how they apply specifically to the world of connected objects:

> Electronics: objects, captors, sensors, and more
> Communications: connectivity, data transmission
> Software Systems: embedded systems, cloud and data exploitation
> Law & Regulation: intellectual property, individual rights & data protection
> Management & Economics: monetization of data, business models, Innovation and entrepreneurship, Strategy, Project management
> Society & Sociology: behavioral interaction, social changes

The coursework of your degree will allow you to study with faculty members and work in the very laboratories where several of the communication protocols used for smart grids and software systems were invented. Co-tutoring opportunities will be available with our valued research and industrial partners, including EDF R&D and Cisco Systems, the latter of which also sponsors the École Polytechnique “Internet of Things” Chair.

domaines d'enseignement

Informatique, Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat, Langues.

métiers

IT/IoT consultant is an obvious choice as first career step. You may also join digital divisions of multinational companies. The Company Project as well as the internships that you will undertake will give you many opportunities to build your own professional network.

As you know, real expertise in connected objects is increasingly in demand with industry players large and small and wherever large-scale networks exist. French energy provider EDF, for example, is the world’s largest internet service provider (ISP), which may come as a surprise. However, through its subsidiary ERDF, a smart grid operator, it manages the world’s no.1 IPv6 network which pilots their smart grid.

The infrastructure industry’s use of connected objects has enabled it to stay at the forefront of smart grid management, while also inspiring its fair share of startups. Cisco Systems, a close partner of École Polytechnique and supporter of our research, holds a 30% share in the global router market and is heavily involved in the development of the connected objects sector.

Our location in the Paris-Saclay research and business cluster has developed a number of high-value partnerships with international companies which provide excellent opportunities for graduates. You will also benefit from the mentoring of engineers and scientists straddling the worlds of academia and industry and who are already working on the future of connectivity. Finally, like all of our graduates, you will have access to our rich alumni network and their professional contacts, located across France and around the world.

débouchés

IT/IoT consultant is an obvious choice as first career step. You may also join digital divisions of multinational companies. The Company Project as well as the internships that you will undertake will give you many opportunities to build your own professional network.

As you know, real expertise in connected objects is increasingly in demand with industry players large and small and wherever large-scale networks exist. French energy provider EDF, for example, is the world’s largest internet service provider (ISP), which may come as a surprise. However, through its subsidiary ERDF, a smart grid operator, it manages the world’s no.1 IPv6 network which pilots their smart grid.

The infrastructure industry’s use of connected objects has enabled it to stay at the forefront of smart grid management, while also inspiring its fair share of startups. Cisco Systems, a close partner of École Polytechnique and supporter of our research, holds a 30% share in the global router market and is heavily involved in the development of the connected objects sector.

Our location in the Paris-Saclay research and business cluster has developed a number of high-value partnerships with international companies which provide excellent opportunities for graduates. You will also benefit from the mentoring of engineers and scientists straddling the worlds of academia and industry and who are already working on the future of connectivity. Finally, like all of our graduates, you will have access to our rich alumni network and their professional contacts, located across France and around the world.

Parcours

Unités d'enseignement

UE Type d'enseignement Domaines Catégorie d'UE Credit Ects Volume horaire Responsables Periode de programmation Site pédagogique
ECO582 Financial Decisions under Risk 2 PA - C2B Economie 4 Marie-Laure Allain,
Nina Amini,
Ban Zheng
S23
ECO588 Digital Economics PA - C5B Economie 4 Marie-Laure Allain,
Marc Bourreau
S23
ECO589 Fintech, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies PA - C8 Economie 4 Marie-Laure Allain,
Julien Prat
S23
ECO652 Valuation of Start-ups PA - C8 Economie 4 Marie-Laure Allain,
Xavier Lazarus
S13
ECO660 New Technologies and Sharing Economy PA - C8 Economie 4 Marie-Laure Allain,
Thibaud Vergé,
Romain de Nijs
S23
HFC551 The Myth of Paris (1830-Present) PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Isabelle Schaffner S13
HFC552 Aspects of Comparative Commercial Law PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Sabine Sultan S13
HFC553 Topics in Science, Technology, and Society PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Luis Felipe Murillo S13
HFC555 Economic Sociology PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Olivier Pilmis S13
HFC556 Introduction to French Politics PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Pierre-Marc Renaudeau S13
HFC557 Introduction to Political Philosophy: Philosophy of Work PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Maël Pégny S13
HFC558 EU Governance and Policies: Focus on Research and Innovat... PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales Lilian Cadet S13
HFC561 Introduction to French Cinema PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Isabelle Schaffner S23
HFC563 Multicultural France PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Sarah Bouttier S23
HFC564 Sociology of Energy Transitions: Innovation, Socio-techni... PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Claire Le Renard S23
HFC565 Culture and Technology PA - C8 1.5 Cynthia Tolentino S23
HFC566 Introduction to French Politics PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Pierre-Marc Renaudeau S23
HFC567 Introduction to Political Philosophy: Philosophy of Work PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales S23
HFC569 Philosophy of Science Fiction PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Jonathan Degenève S23
HFC652 Building the French Nation under Conflicting Identities PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Nicolas Roussellier S13
HFC655 Economic Sociology PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Olivier Pilmis S13
HFC657 Introduction to Political Philosophy: Philosophy of Work PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Maël Pégny S13
HFC658 EU Governance and Policies: Focus on Research and Innovat... PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales Lilian Cadet S13
HFC661 Introduction to French Music PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Chantal Schütz S23
HFC664 Racial Diversity PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Marie Des Neiges Léonard S23
HFC667 Introduction to Political Philosophy: Philosophy of Work PA - C8 Humanité et sciences sociales 1.5 Maël Pégny S23
HFC669 Philosophy of Science Fiction PA - C8 1.5 Jonathan Degenève S23
INF530 Practical C and Java Prog., Algo and Data Structures PA - C2B Informatique 4 Philippe Chassignet S13
INF533 IoT Workshops PA - C8 3 Thomas Clausen S13
INF535 IoT Workshops - Mobile Code Crunch PA - C8 Informatique 7 Thomas Clausen,
Juan-Antonio Cordero-Fuertes
S23
INF536-SEM IoT Seminars PA - C8 2 Thomas Clausen S123
INF545 Independent IoT Project PA - C8 4 Thomas Clausen S23
INF553 Database Management Systems PA - C6B Informatique UE d'approfondissement, UE de projet. 4 36 Ioana Manolescu S13
INF554 Machine learning I PA - C2B Informatique 4 Olivier Pietquin,
Jesse Read,
Nikolaos Tziortziotis,
Michalis Vazirgiannis
S13
INF557 From the Internet to the IoT: Fundamentals of Modern Comp... PA - C4B Informatique 4 Philippe Chassignet,
Thomas Clausen
S13
INF559 Architecture des ordinateurs et systèmes d'exploitation PA - C3B Informatique 4 Francesco Zappa Nardelli S13
INF560 Algorithmique parallèle et distribuée PA - C4B Informatique 4 Patrick Carribault S23
INF566 Internet: from Fundamentals to Reality PA - C4B Informatique 4 Thomas Clausen,
Mark Townsley
S23
INF567 Wireless Networks: from Cellular to Connected Objects PA - C3B Informatique 4 Marceau Coupechoux S23
INF581 Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence PA - C4B Informatique 4 Jesse Read,
Nikolaos Tziortziotis,
Michalis Vazirgiannis
S23
INF582 Introduction to Text Mining and NLP PA - C5B Informatique 4 Davide Buscaldi,
Michalis Vazirgiannis
S23
INF583 Systems for Big Data PA - C6B Informatique 4 Albert Bifet,
Pierre Bourhis,
Jordan Delorme
S23
INF586 Sécurité des réseaux PA - C7 Informatique 4 Thomas Clausen S23
INF590 Internship for IoT Stages 18 S33
INF635 Independent IoT Project PA - C8 4 Thomas Clausen S13
INF645 IoT Project & Workshops PA - C8 4 Thomas Clausen S23
INF690 Internship for IoT Stages 20 S33
MAP569 Machine Learning II PA - C2 Mathématiques appliquées 4 Erwan Le Pennec S23
MIE554 Business Models in the Digital Era PA - C7 Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat 4 Thierry Rayna S13
MIE555 Fundamentals of Strategy and Innovation PA - C5B Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat 4 Cécile Chamaret,
Benjamin Lehiany
S13
MIE562 Case Studies on Innovation PA - C4B Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat 4 Philippe Ginier-Gillet S23
MIE564 Technology-based Entrepreneurship and New Business Creation PA - C3 Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat 4 Cécile Chamaret,
Erno Tornikoski
S23
MIE567 Corporate Finance for the Entrepreneur (P2) PA - C5B Management, Innovation et Entrepreneuriat 4 Nicolas Mottis S23
PHY559A Conception de circuits intégrés numériques et analogiques PA - C1 Physique 4 Yvan Bonnassieux,
Christophe De La Taille
S13
PHY564D Sensors and Transducers: from Macro to Nano PA - C7 Physique 4 Bérengère Lebental S23
SPO502 Sports - 502 Sport Formation humaine, militaire et sportive 2 Renan Cuzon,
François Lésin,
Alexandre Rosinski,
Alain Truong Thang Dang
Sports
SPO602 Sports - 602 Sport Formation humaine, militaire et sportive 2 Renan Cuzon,
François Lésin,
Alexandre Rosinski,
Alain Truong Thang Dang
S23
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