ENSEAEcole Nationale Supérieure de l’Electronique et de ses Applications Presentation by: Prof Philippe MARC www.ensea.fr
Why Study in France A country of advanced technology • Aeronautics: Airbus (EADS), Falcon (Dassault), Tiger (Eurocopter) • Space industry: Ariane (Arianespace), satellites (EADS) • Military industry: Mirage aircraft (Dassault) • High speed train - TGV (Alstom) • Nuclear plants (Areva) • Telecommunications (Alcatel, Sagem) • Radars and avionics (Thales) • Electrical equipment (Schneider) • Aircraft engines (SNECMA) • Consumer electronics (Thomson-TCL) • Automobile industry: Renault-Nissan, Peugeot-Citroen • Civil engineering (Bouygues) ...
Environment Cergy . A rich cultural heritage Impressionistpainters (Van Gogh, Monet...) .Home to leading industries Alcatel, Thalès, Thomson, Sagem, Renault, Siemens, 3M, Johnson Control… . A university town 30mn /20 miles from Paris, CDG Airport and Versailles Over 20,000 students
A Leading European Graduate School • A highlyselective admission process • A nationwide competitive entrance exam • Small size and autonomy • Close ties with industry through : • Internships • Research • Continuing education • A wide range of courses and practical training • A high teacher/student ratio
ENSEA at a glance • Founded in 1952 • 800 students • 78 tenured professors, 100 visiting professors • 20 teaching laboratories • 3 research laboratories, 100 researchers • 7 final year specializations • 30 student associations • 40 foreign partner institutions • Present in more than 30 countries • 15 % foreign students
A strong commitment to internationalization (1) Partners abroad : • U.K. • University of Swansea • Imperial College London • University of Bristol • USA • State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo • Michigan Technological University,Houghton • Canada • University of Alberta, Edmonton • Mexico • Universidad Autonoma de Mexico • India • IIT Madras • Singapore, China, Japan, Australia,Ireland…
Research • 3 laboratories • Image & Signal Processing - Telecommunications • Microwaves, Optical Communication and Components • Control of systems, Chaos and Cryptography • International collaboration • 20+ countries (Europe, North and South America, Australia, Northern Africa, Japan…) • PhD ’s
FAME French American Exchange Program
What is it?A spring semester abroad program (starting Spring 08) taught in English by professors at ENSEA. • Where?Cergy, France, 35 minutes from the center of Paris. Students will take courses at ENSEA • Who is eligible?Students who will be in their third year of an undergraduate ABET-accredited electrical/computer engineering/mechanical major in Spring 2008.
Why should I join this program? • Employers want people with international experience • Satisfy Gen Ed requirements • Earn credits toward graduation in your major • Financial aid • Learn a foreign language • Enhance your self-confidence, independence skills • Make new friends and visit new places • Learn about yourself
When and how should I apply? Inform your study abroad contact at your university before October 1st, 2007 • How many places are available? 10 to 25 places • How do I qualify? Strong background in maths. Strong motivation. Adaptability Selection by your university
How do I confirm my intention to enroll? By submitting a $600 fee to my study abroad contact • Do I need a visa? The temporary long stay visa (from 3 to 6 months), multiple entries, is valid for the whole stay. The student does not need a residency card. The student should complete the long term visa application form http://www.campusfrance.org
ENSEA COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH SPRING SEMESTER • Electronic Circuits • Microprocessors and Assembly Language Programming • Computer Architecture* • Signals and Systems • Electromagnetism/Electrodynamics • French Language and Culture
ENSEA COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH SPRING SEMESTER ANY QUESTIONS ?