Energy infrastructures management
The second year of the Energy Master is comprised of three M2 tracks (or options), sharing a set of common courses (10 ECTS) and specialized courses (28 ECTS). A 20- to 24-weeks final internship accounts for the 22 remaining ECTS. The common courses introduce the energy transition for climate change mitigation, the global approach of engineering systems, the economics of energy markets, and language courses.
The M2 track entitled “Energy infrastructures management” is intended for students motivated by the optimization of energy distribution and the management and design of performant infrastructures. A large part of the courses (15 ECTS) are to be chosen among a vast choice of computer engineering courses related to network management, machine learning and data mining. They are completed with 8 ECTS of engineering courses on energy storage, and 5 ECTS of specialized courses in economy.
Language of instruction: mainly English
Duration: 1 year
Courses Location: IP Paris Campus
At the end of M2 « Energy infrastructures management », students will have a global awareness of the challenges of the energy transition. They will have acquired a high level of knowledge of the scientific and technological aspects of energy storage and distribution. They will have experience in computer engineering applied to energy networks management, design and optimization. These skills are completed by a broad understanding of energy economics. They will therefore be able to solve complex problems related to smart grids, network security and data management, in an international context, taking into account all the relevant technical, economic, social and environmental problems.
The program of M2 « Energy infrastructures management » is composed of courses common to all options, a set of specific elective or mandatory courses, and an internship.
4 common mandatory courses: 10 ECTS
Climate change & energy transition; lectures and exercise; 36 h; 4 ECTS; Philippe Drobinski
Systems Engineering; lectures and exercise; 24 h; 2 ECTS; Omar Hammami
Economics of Energy Markets; lectures and exercise; 18h; 2 ECTS; David Benatia
Languages and humanities; 20 h; 2 ECTS
2 elective courses (8 ECTS) in energy storage, to be chosen among:
Chemical storage of energy; lectures and exercise; 36 h; 4 ECTS; Didier Dalmazzone
Stochastic and dynamic optimization: adaptive storage and delivery of renewable energies; lectures and exercise; 36 h; 4 ECTS; Michel De Lara
Electricity storage; lectures and exercise; 35 h; 4 ECTS; Johnny Deschamps
6 or 7 elective courses (15 ECTS) in computer engineering, to be chosen among:
Smart grid for renewable energy; lectures and exercise; 36h; 4 ECTS; Yvan Bonassieux
IoT and energy management; lectures and exercise; 32 h; 3 ECTS; Sawsan Al Zahr, Philippe Martins
IoT platforms and applications; lectures and exercise; 16 h; 2 ECTS; Keunwoo Lim, Philippe Martins
Network security & privacy; lectures and exercise; 45 h; 5 ECTS; Télécom Paris
Data stream mining and decision making; lectures and exercise; 21 h; 2 ECTS; Albert Bifet, Jesse Read
Deep learning; lectures and exercise; 24 h; 2 ECTS; Télécom Paris
Green IT, Energy Profiling, Data Center and Cloud; lectures and exercise; 24 h; 2 ECTS; Télécom Paris
Security of critical electricity infrastructures ; lectures and exercise ; 6 h ; 1 ECTS; Michel Marot
2 mandatory courses (5 ECTS) in economy
Energy economics with a geography focus; lectures and exercise; 36h; 4 ECTS; Geoffrey Barrows
Energy risk management; lectures and exercise; 12 h; 1 ECTS; Peter Tankov
Research or engineering internship of 20 to 24 weeks: 22 ECTS
Numerous industrial partners are involved in the Energy Master in different manners:
• by funding Master scholarships for selected students
• by funding chairs that promote education actions
• by contributing to courses, giving lectures;
• by offering internships
• by proposing subjects for collective projects
• by participating in the development council.
The following companies may be cited as examples: Total; ENGIE; EDF; PSA Peugeot Citroën; Saint-Gobain; Schneider Electric; Air Liquide; Alstom; Cogenpower; Nam.R; Zinium; etc.
Some of these companies are strongly involved in the E4C Interdisciplinary Center and participate in the development of demonstrators and platforms. Master’s students thus have the opportunity to take practical training on pilot-scale research facilities, by addressing topics directly related to the major issues of the energy transition during their internships.
Chairs and partnerships
Several chairs and sponsorships are active in the frame of E4C, the funding strategy of which relies on different sources:
• state subsidies through the institution members of IP Paris, CNRS, ENPC, CEA
• research contracts
• sponsorships and chairs in place at a Foundation of one IP Paris institution member, which subject is directly linked to E4C research and education program.
E4C thus ensures a close relationship between research and education activities on the topics of energy transition and climate change remediation, and promotes an environment of close collaboration with industrial companies in the sector. As an EUR (Ecole Universitaire de Recherche) initiative, E4C should gain public subsidies that will be used to strengthen this link and promote public-private synergisms in research and education. The involvement of students of the E4C education program in research activities takes the following forms:
• master student group projects conducted in host E4C labs (about 30 projects per year)
• internships proposed by host E4C labs at master level with possible follow-up in PhD (12 internships per year)
• PhD tracks (4 PhD tracks per year).
- M1 “Sciences and technologies for energy” or first year Master of Sciences (or Master of Sciences and Technologies) in one of the following specialties: energy engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, material sciences, chemical engineering, sustainable development.
- Candidates should have a very good level in English (minimum B2, preferred C1)
- A good level in French is appreciated, though not mandatory.
Deadlines for the Master application sessions are as follows:
– First session: February 28, 2020
– Second session: April 30, 2020
– Third Session (optional): June 30, 2020 (only if there are availabilities remaining after the 2 first sessions)
Applications not finalized for a session will automatically be carried over to the next session.
You shall receive an answer 2 months after the application deadline of the session.
International Master: EU students : 4250 euros / Non-EU students: 6250 euros