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Faculty of Sciences & Technologies
InternationalRelationsOfficeforSciencesandTechnologies
Complexe Universitaire des Cézeaux
24 avenue des Landais
BP 80026
63171 Aubière Cedex (France)
Tel. +33 (0)4 73 40 70 02
Fax +33 (0)4 73 40 70 12
Your contact about International Relation’s Service for Sciences and Technologies is
Dr. Malika El-Ghozzi : +33 (0)4 73 40 71 09
Malika.EL-GHOZZI@univ-bpclermont.fr

or
the central administration office for International Relations
ri@univ-bpclermont.fr


Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.

Master of Mathematics

(Contact : Julien BICHON
Julien.BICHON@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Speciality Mathematics (research)
(Contact : Julien BICHON
Julien.BICHON@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1
41MATR3 Analysis
41MATR7 Algebra and Galois theory
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 2 courses from the list below (2x5 credits)
41MATR2 Differential geometry
41MATR5 Probability
41MATP2 Data analysis
41MATP8 Signal processing
SEMESTER S2
42MATR10 Project (using scientific English)
42MATR3 Partial Differential Equations
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 3 courses from the list below (3x5 credits)
42MATR4 Non linear analysis
42MATR8 Spectral theory
42MATR12 Statistics
42MATR14 Geometry and complex analysis
SEMESTER S3
Choice at the beginning of the school year of 3 courses from the list below (3x10 credits)
53MATR41 Scientific computation and numerical methods
53MATR42 Mathematical modelling in mechanics
53MATR43 Hyperbolic equations
53MATR44 Functional analysis of PDE 1
53MATR45 Functional analysis of PDE 2
53MATR53 Markov processes: long-time behavior and functional inequalities
53MATR54 Introduction to the geometry of Banach spaces
53MATR55 Number theory
SEMESTER S4
54MATR1 16 weeks Internship either in a university or in the industry
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 2 courses from the list above (2x10 credits)
54MATR51 Mathematical modelling in fluid mechanics
54MATR56 Introduction to fractal and multifractal analysis

*****

Speciality Statistics and Data Processing (professional)
(Contact : Laurent SERLET
Laurent.SERLET@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1
41MATP1 Statistics
41MATP2 Data analysis
41MATP4 Software engineering
41MATP5 Communication techniques + English
41MATP6 Stochastic processes and their statistics
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
41MATP8 Signal processing
SEMESTER S2
42MATP1 Operations research
42MATP3 Financial management
42MATP6 Regression models
42INF1 Data warehouse
42MATP5 12 weeks internship either in laboratory or in corporate

SEMESTER S3
53MAS1 Corporate culture
53MAS2 Datamining
53MAS3 Statistical Software
53MAS4 Data analysis
53MAS5 Applied probability models
53MASO1 Time series
SEMESTER S4
54MAS1 Statistics in the health field
54MAS2 Project
54MAS3 20 weeks of internship in the industry
Master of Computer Science
(Contact : Farouk TOUMANI
Farouk.TOUMANI@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

COMMON BLOCK Computer Science
(Contact : Yannick LOISEAU
Yannick.LOISEAU@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


Semesters 1 and 2 are shared by the 2 specialities : Decision support systems and software
engineering (professional)
, Models, Systems, Imaging and Robotics (research)

SEMESTER S1
41INF3 Advanced Software engineering
41INF7 Middleware
41INF8 Communication techniques
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 3 courses from the list below (3x5 credits)
41INF1 Foundation of Databases
41INF9 Computability and complexity
41INF10 Transactional and distributed systems
41INF11 Data analysis
41INF12 Analogic and digital information processing
41INF13 Image and signal processing
SEMESTER S2
42INF6 Student project
42INFO1 13 weeks of Internship in a corporation or 42INFO2 13 weeks of Project in a
laboratory
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 3 courses from the list below (3x5 credits)
42INF2 Modeling and optimization of complex systems
42INF7 Compiler techniques
42INF8 Infography 3D
42INF9 Technology for health information system
42INF10 Automatic and robotic
42INF11 Stochastic processes
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.

Speciality Decision support systems and software engineering (professional)
(Contact : Farouk TOUMANI
Farouk.TOUMANI@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3

53INS1 Implementation and administration of database management systems
53INS7 Communication techniques
53IBS8 Data warehousing
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 3 courses from the list below (3x5 credits)
53INS2 Datamining
53INS4 Decision support methods and approaches
53INS5 Decision under uncertainty
53INS9 Service oriented architecture and emergent technologies
53INS10 Security and parallel computing
53INS11 Network administration
SEMESTER S4
54INS4 Student projects
54INM1 20 weeks of internship in corporation
Choice at the beginning of the scholar year of 1 course from the list below (1x5 credits)
54INS5 Web technologies
54INS6 Decision support technologies
*****

Speciality Models, Systems, Imaging and Robotics (research)
(Contact : Vincent BARRA
Vincent.BARRA@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S3
53INM1 Decision making help methods
Choice of 5 optional courses from the list below (5 x 5 credits)
53INM2 Industrial systems simulation
53INM3 Discrete algorithmics
53INMO7 Data Grids
53INMRO1 Systems optimization: methods and algorithms
53INMRO2 Combinatorial optimization
53INMSI1 Data representation and mining
53INMSI3 Distributed systems
53INMTI2 Image synthesis and modelization
53SCV1 Robust optimization techniques
53SCV2 Image processing
53SCVO1 Pattern recognition
53SCVO3 Estimation theory
53SCVO10 Embedded vision systems
53SCVO12 Robotics
53TMD4 Medical Image Processing
SEMESTER S4
54INM1 20 weeks of internship in laboratory
Choice of 2 optional courses from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
53SCVO4 3D Vision
53SCVO7 Data fusion and SLAM
53SCVO8 Sensor based command
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
53INMRO3 Decision making in production
53INMRO4 Systems of production analysis
53INMSI2 Advanced database for Web
53INMSI4 Wireless network
53INMTI1 Discrete geometry
*****

Speciality Internet Strategies and Project Management (professional)
(Contact : Mamadou TRAORE
Mamadou.TRAORE@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1

41EPI7 Software Engineering
41EPI8 Internet Technologies
41EPI9 Professional environment
41EPI10 Analysis and modeling
41EPI11 Collective project
SEMESTER S2
42EPI5 Simulation and optimization
42EPI6 Individual project
42EPI7 14-weeks internship in a business company
SEMESTER S3
53EPI7 Advanced Software Engineering
53EPI8 Advanced Technologies
53EPI9 Project management
53EPI10 Business Intelligence
53EPI11 Collective Project
SEMESTER S4
54EPI3 20-weeks internship in a business company
Master of Industrial Systems Engineering

(Contact : Christophe GUICHENEY
Christophe.GUICHENEY@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

COMMON BLOCK
(Contact : Laure BERRY
Laure.BERRY@ univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Semesters 1 and 2 are shared by the 2 specialities :
- Electromagnetic Compatibility of
Industrial Systems (professional and research), Microelectronics and Architecture of
Integrated Circuits (professional and research)

SEMESTER S1

41GSILV English
41GSIAP Practical works, Project
41GSICG1 Computer science for electronics design
41GSICG3 Sensing devices and electromagnetic Compatibility
41GSIC1 Electronics and Microelectronics
41GSIC2 High Frequency Transmitting
SEMESTER S2
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42GSIC1 Digital system and architecture
42GSICG1 Signal Processing
42GSISTA 20 to 24 weeks of internship in a corporation

Speciality Electromagnetic Compatibility of Industrial Systems (professional
and research)
(Contact : Françoise PALADIAN

Françoise.PALADIAN@univ-bpclermont.fr
,
Pierre BONNET

Pierre.Bonnet@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53SCE1 Tools and methods of simulation in EMC
53SCE2 EMC methodology and measuring technics
53SCE3 Coupling analysis in high current/low current systems
53GSICOM Corporate culture and communication
53GSITRA Synthesis works
SEMESTER S4
54GSIC1 Company operating and EMC jobs
54SGSISTA 24 weeks of Internship in a corporation
*****

Speciality Microelectronics and Architecture of Integrated Circuits
(professional and research)
(Contact: François BERRY
Francois.BERRY@ univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3

Digital and Analog Microelectronics
53SCM2 Analog microelectronics
53SCM3 Architecture and mixed systems synthesis
53SCM4 Integrated systems for signal processing
53GSITRA Practical works
53GSICOM Communication and Management
Architecture for vision systems
53SCM3 Architecture and mixed systems synthesis
53SCM4 Integrated systems for signal processing
53GSITRA Practical works
53GSIM2 Electrical engineering and electronics design
53GSIMA2 Programmed systems

SEMESTER S4

54SGSISTA 24 weeks of Internship in a corporation
Digital and Analog Microelectronics
54GSIMA1 Analog and digital (Mixed) systems
Architecture for vision systems
53SCV2 Image processing


*****

Speciality Management and Transformation of Electrical Energy (professional
and research)
(Contact : Pascal ANDRE
Pascal.ANDRE@ univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
41GSILV Languages
41GSIAP Professional applicants
41GSICG1 Electronic and informatic
41GSICG3 CEM methodology and measuring technics
41GSIG1 Electrical power supply
41GSIG2 Industrial risks
SEMESTER S2
42GSICG1 Signal processing
42GSIG2 Sensors, Physical Measurements
42GSISTA 20 to 24 weeks of internship in a corporation

SEMESTER S3

53GSICOM Communication Enterprise managment
53GSITRA Resume Work
53GSIG1 Energy Managment
53GSIG2 Circuit Breakers
53GSIG3 Industrial Applications
SEMESTER S4
54GSIMG1 Industrial quality and management
54SGSISTA 24 weeks of Internship in a corporation

*****

Speciality Physics and Radiation Technology (professional)
(Contact : Christophe GUICHENEY
Christophe.GUICHENEY@ univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1
41GSILV Languages
41GSIAP Applications in Physics and Radiation Technology (I)
41GSICOM Corporate culture and communication
41GSIR1 Physics major I
41GSIR2 Physics major II
41GSIR3 Computer language, modeling, simulation

SEMESTER S2
42GSIR1 Particle detection and production
42GSIR2 Experimentations
42GSISTA 20 to 24 weeks of internship in a corporation

SEMESTER S3
53GSICOM Corporate culture and communication
53GSITRA Applications in Physics and Radiation Technology (II)
53GSIR1 Physics major III
53GSIR2 Properties, use and applications of radiation
53GSIG1 Energy management

SEMESTER S4
54GSIR1 Training course « A competent person in radio protection »
54GSISTA 24 weeks of internship in a corporation
*****

Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
Speciality Mechatronics (professional)
(Contacts S1&2: Benoit THUILOT
Benoit.THUILOT@lasmea.univ-bpclermont.fr
,
S3&S4 : Youcef
MEZOUAR
Youcef.MEZOUAR@lasmea.univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1
41GSILV Languages
41GSIAP Applications in mechatronics systems (I)
41GSICOM Corporate culture and communication
41GSIM1 Control systems and signal processing
41GSIM2 Automation and microcontrollers
41GSIM3 Structural analysis
SEMESTER S2
42GSIM2 Mechanical engineering
42GSIM3 Sensors and industrial data processing
42GSISTA 20 to 24 weeks of internship in a corporation

SEMESTER S3
53GSICOM Corporate culture and communication
53GSITRA Applications in mechatronics systems (II)
53GSIM1 Robotics and control systems
53GSIM2 Industrial computer science and electronic design
53GSIM3 Mechanical design
SEMESTER S4
54GSIMG1 Production management and quality
54GSISTA 24 weeks of internship in a corporation
Master of Mechanics

(Contact : Jean-François DESTREBECQ
J-Francois.DESTREBECQ@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


COMMON BLOCK
(Contact : Evelyne TOUSSAINT
Evelyne.TOUSSAINT@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Semesters 1 and 2 are shared by the 2 specialities : Innovative Design, Maintenance and
Sustainability in Mechanics (professional) and Innovation, Mechanisms, Materials, Structures
in Mechanics (research)
SEMESTER S1
41MEC2 Probabilities, statistics and numerical analysis
41MEC3 Numerical analysis
41MEC4 Finite element method
41MEC5 Structural design
41MEC6 Mechanical work practices
41MEC7 Languages and business culture

SEMESTER S2
42MEC1 Waves and vibrations
42MEC2 Solid materials
42MEC3 Mechanical work practices
42MEC5 12 weeks of internship
Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42MECO3 Design and computer aided engineering
42MECO4 Mechanics of fluids

Speciality Innovative Design, Maintenance and Sustainability in Civil and
Mechanical Engineering (professional)
(Contact: Jean-Louis ROBERT
J-Louis.ROBERT@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S3

53MEC1 Innovative conception and reliable design
53CMD1 Tools for sustainable design
53CMD2 Reliability, design, maintenance
53CMD3 Ageing, fatigue and failure
53CMD4 Trade knowledge
53CMD5 Language and corporate culture
SEMESTER S4

54CMD2 15 weeks of internship in a firm
*****

Speciality Innovation, Mechanisms, Materials, Structures in Civil and
Mechanical Engineering (research)
(Contact: Jean-François DESTREBECQ
J-Francois.DESTREBECQ@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3

53MEC1 Innovative conception and reliable design
Choice of 3 optional courses from the list below (3 x 5 credits)
53IMM1 Structures: dynamics and structural joints
53IMM2 Modelling of mechanisms, machines and robots
53IMM3 Reliability, hazard and optimization
53IMM4 Random dynamics
53IMM5 Damage, fatigue and failure
53IMM6 Materials (choice of 2 from Polymers or Composites or Granular media)
Choice of 2 optional courses from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
Op IFMA (Mechanical engineering - not exhaustive)
5MESIF1 Integrated design
5MESIF3 Reliability and quality
5MESIF4 Tests and controls
5MESIF5 Mechanisms and real conditions
5MESIF8 Complex system integration
5MESIF9 Optimization of structures
5MESIF10 Command of machines and robots
5MESIF11 Alternative design methods
Op Polytech (Civil engineering - not exhaustive)
5MESCU1 Data analysis
5MESCU2 Semi rigid connections
5MESCU3 Strengthning by means of composite materials
5MESCU4 Special concretes
5MESCU5 Soil works
5MESCU6 Timber structures according to Eurocode 5
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
5MESCU7 Non linear structural analysis
5MESCU8 Control, maintenance and repair of structures
5MESCU9 Mechanical behavior of timber structure
5MESCU10 Experimentation and qualification
5MESCU11 Steel-concrete constructions according to Eurocode 2
5MESCU12 Structure dynamics and earthquake construction engineering
5MESCU13 Stell construction according to Eurocode 3

5MESCU15 Fuzzy logic,optimization and aided decision
5MESCU17 Mechanics of granular media
5MESCU18 Soil mechanics and risk
5MESCU19 In-situ soil characterization and auscultation

5MESCU20 Waste recycling and sustainable development
5MESCU21 Structures and finite element method
5MESCU22 Soil reinforcement and treatment
5MESCU23 Technical equipments
5MESCU24 Fire resistance of structures
5MESCU25 Risk assessment in Civil engineering
SEMESTER S4

54IMM1 20 weeks of internship in a research laboratory

Master of Physics :

Particle Physics, Materials and Nanostructures,
Physico-Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Climate (research)
(Contact : Jean ORLOFF
Jean.ORLOFF@univ-bpclermont
.fr
)

FIRST YEAR with 2 possibilities

1
st
possibility : Chemistry & Physics
(Contact : Pierre DISSEIX
Pierre.DISSEIX
@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1

41PHYPC1 Thermodynamics and statistical physics
41PHYPC2 Quantum and solid state physics
41PHY6 Solid and fluid mechanics
41CHIPC1 Coordination chemistry
41CHIPC2 Advanced chemistry of elements
41CHIPC3 Physical chemistry
SEMESTER S2

42PHYPC1 Electric and magnetic properties of matter
42CHIPC1 Theoretical chemistry
42PHY4 Foreign language and 12-weeks internship in a university or corporate laboratory
Choice of 1 block and 1 optional course (3 x 5 credits) from the list below, leading to next
year specialization
Block 1 : 42PHYPS1 Introduction to particle physics and 42PHYPS2 Experimental particle
physics
Block 2 : 42PHYMN1 Physical properties of semi-conductors and 42PHYMN2 Photonics and
nanostructures
Block 3 : 42PHYPA1 Physics of the atmospheric environment I and 42PHYPA2 Physics of the
atmospheric environment II
Options
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42PHYO2 Electronics
42PHYO4 Physico-chemical properties of materials
42PHYO6 Pedagogical elements for teaching physical sciences
42CHIO1 Detailed organic synthesis
42CHIO2 Heterocyclic chemistry
42CHIO4 Synthesis and characterization of materials
42CHIO5 Physico-chemistry of environment
42CHIO8 Polymers
2
nd
possibility : Physics
(Contact : Stephane MONTEIL
Stephane.MONTEIL@ univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1

41PHY2 Statistical physics
41PHY3 Quantum physics
41PHY4 Solid state physics
41PHY6 Solid and fluid mechanics
41PHY7 Particles and nuclei
41PHY8 Mathematical methods in physics
SEMESTER S2

42PHYPC1 Electrical and magnetic properties of matter
42PHY4 Foreign language and 12-weeks internship in a university or corporate laboratory
42PHY5 Advanced thermodynamics
42PHY6 Simulation methods and object oriented programming

Choice of 1 optional block (2 x 5 credits) leading to next year specialization:
Block 1 : 42PHYPS1 Introduction to particle physics and 42PHYPS2 Experimental particle
physics
Block 2 : 42PHYMN1 Physical properties of semi-conductors and 42PHYMN2 Photonics and
nanostructures
Block 3 : 42PHYPA1 Physics of the atmospheric environment I and 42PHYPA2 Physics of the
atmospheric environment II
SECOND YEAR with 3 possibilities

Subatomic Physics (research)
(Contact : Jean ORLOFF
Jean.ORLOFF@univ-bpclermont
.fr
)


SEMESTER S3

53PHS1 Quantum field theory
53PHS2 Gauge interactions and radiative corrections
53PHYO2 Data analysis and statistical processing
53PHYO4 Symmetries in physics
53PHYO5 Particle detectors
Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
53PHYO1 Dosimetry and radiation protection
53PHYO3 Light-matter interaction
SEMESTER S4

54PHS1 Electro-weak interactions
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
54PHS2 Strong interactions and hadronic matter
54PHY1 16 to 20 weeks-long internship in a laboratory

*****

Materials and nanostructures (research)
(Contact : Joël LEYMARIE
Joel.LEYMARIE@lasmea.univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3

53PHYO3 Light-matter interaction
53PHRO2 Surface and interface physics
53PHYO6 Photonic band gaps
Choice of 3 optional courses from the list below (3 x 5 credits)
53PHYO7 Optical and electronic spectroscopies: experimental applications
53PHYO8 Nanostructures and nanosystems
53PHRO3 Medical applications of ionizing radiations
53PHYO4 Symmetries in physics
53PHYO1 Dosimetry and radiation protection
A course to choose in Masters Research chemistry or biology

SEMESTER S4
54PHMN1 Physics of surfaces and crystal growth
54PHMN2 Physics of nanostructures
54PHY1 16 to 20 weeks-long internship in a laboratory
*****

Physico-chemistry of the atmosphere and climate (research)
(Contact : Jean-Claude ROGER
Jean-Claude.ROGER@univ-bpclermont.fr
)
SEMESTER S3
53PHC1 The atmospheric system : from synoptic scale to regional scale
53PHC2 Radiative balance and climate system
53PHC3 Multiphase atmospheric system: aerosol, chemistry and clouds
53PHCO1 Numerical modeling
Choice of 2 optional courses from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
53PHYO1 Dosimetry and radiation protection (C)
53PHYO2 Data statistical processing and analysis (C)
A course to choose in Masters Research chemistry or biology

SEMESTER S4

54PHC1 Meteorology on local scales and atmospheric pollution
54PHC2 Instrumentation and observational techniques
54PHY1 16 to 20 weeks-long internship in a laboratory

Master of Chemistry

(Contact : Claude FORANO
Claude.FORANO@univ-bpclermont.f
r

Anne-Marie DELORT
A-Marie.DELORT@univ-bpclermont.f
r
)

FIRST YEAR with 2 possibilities

Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
1
st
possibility : Chemistry & Physics
(Contact : Ghislain GUYOT
Ghislain.GUYOT@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S1

41PHYPC1 Thermodynamics and statistical physics
41PHYPC2 Quantum and solid state physics
41PHY6 Solid and fluid mechanics
41CHIPC1 Coordination chemistry
41CHIPC2 Advanced chemistry of elements
41CHIPC3 Physical chemistry
SEMESTER S2

42PHYPC1 Electric and magnetic properties of matter
42CHIPC1 Theoretical chemistry
42PHY4 Foreign language and 12-weeks internship in a university or corporate laboratory
Choice of 1 block and 1 optional courses (3 x 5 credits) from the list below, leading to next
year specialization
Block 1 : 42PHYPS1 Introduction to particle physics and 42PHYPS2 Experimental particle
physics
Block 2 : 42PHYMN1 Physical properties of semi-conductors and 42PHYMN2 Photonics and
nanostructures
Block 3 : 42PHYPA1 Physics of the atmospheric environment I and 42PHYPA2 Physics of the
atmospheric environment II
Options
42PHYO2 Electronics
42PHYO4 Physico-chemical properties of materials
42PHYO6 Pedagogical elements for teaching physical sciences
42CHIO1 Detailed organic synthesis
42CHIO2 Heterocyclic chemistry
42CHIO4 Synthesis and characterization of materials
42CHIO5 Physico-chemistry of environment
42CHIO8 Polymers
2
nd
possibility : Chemistry
(Contact : Claude TAILLEFUMIER
Claude.TAILLEFUMIER@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Semesters 1 and 2 are shared by the 2 specialities:

Material Chemistry (research),
Organic,Bio-organic and Environmental chemistry (research)

SEMESTER S1

41CHI1 X-ray diffraction analysis – Combined texture and structure analysis
41CHI2 Qualitative and quantitative analysis technics
41CHI3 Spectrometric analysis technics
41CHI4 Methodology in organic synthesis
41CHI5 Detailed chemistry of the elements
41CHI6 Electrochemistry in solution and polymers
SEMESTER S2

42CHI1 Language and communication
42CHI2 Internship and corporate culture
Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
42CHI3 Molecular modeling
42PAONO1 Cellular proliferation, survival and apoptose control
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
Choice of 3 optional courses from the list below (3 x 5 credits)
42CHIO1 Detailed organic synthesis
42CHIO2 Heterocyclic chemistry
42CHIO4 Synthesis and characterization of materials
42CHIO5 Physico-chemical properties of materials
42CHIO8 Polymers
42CHIO10 Physico-chemistry of the environment
42BPEO10 Physiology and genomics of microorganisms
*****

Speciality Material Chemistry (research)
(Contact : Claude FORANO
Claude.FORANO@univ-bpclermont.f
r
)

SEMESTER S3

53CHM1 Nanomaterials and Hybrid Materials
53CHM2 Organic material

Choice of 4 optional courses from the list below (4 x 5 credits)
53CH1 Therapeutic chemistry
53CH4 Molecular bond modeling
53CH5 Optimization of physical and chemical properties of polymers
53CH6 Fluid phasis and materials : thermodynamic approach
53CH7 Spectroscopies of solids analysis and characterization on a local scale
53CH8 Thermodynamics and environment
53CH9 Characterization techniques of surfaces and interfaces
53CH10 New trends in analytical chemistry for organic molecules

SEMESTER S4
54CHM2 Processes and formulation applied on material
54CHM3 Material and energy
54CH1 24 weeks of internship in a laboratory
*****

Speciality Organic, Bio-organic and Environmental chemistry (research)
(Contact : Anne-Marie DELORT
A-Marie.DELORT@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53CHO1 Bio-organic chemistry

53CHO2 Bioactive molecules synthesis 1
Choice of 4 optional courses from the list below (4 x 5 credits)
53CH1 Therapeutic chemistry

53CH4 Molecular bonds modeling
53CH5 Optimization of polymers physical and chemical properties
53CH6 Fluid phasis and materials : thermodynamic approach
53CH7 Spectroscopies of solids analysis and characterization on a local scale
53CH8 Thermodynamics and environment
53CH9 Characterization techniques of surfaces and interfaces
53CH10 New trends in analytical chemistry for organic molecules

SEMESTER S4
54CHO1 Environmental chemistry
54CHO2 Chemistry for sustainable development
54CH1 24 weeks of internship in a laboratory
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.

Master of Drug Sciences
(professional and research)

(Contact : Pascale MOREAU
Pascale.MOREAU@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

The 1
st
Semester (S1) is shared by the 2 specialities : Design, Synthesis, Pharmaceutical
Development (DSPD, professional and research), Translational Pharmacology (TP, professional
and research). The second and the third semester are partly shared.

SEMESTER S1

41CHI4 Organic Synthesis Methodologies

41CHI3 Spectrometric analysis techniques

41SMD1 Molecular Pharmacology

41SMD2 Design of new active principles. Study of their metabolic pathways.
41PAONO1 Cellular signalling


Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
41SMDO1 Upgrade in biology/pharmacology

41SMDO2 Upgrade in chemistry


SEMESTER S2
42SMD1 Optimization of active principles
42NEURO4 Neuropsychopharmacology
42SMDLAN Language and communication
42SMDSTA Internship in a corporation or a laboratory, duration 3 months
Choice of 2 optional courses from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
42SMDO2 Economical, legal and ethical environment of R and D (DSPD, TP)
42GENEO1 Dynamics in eukaryotic genome (DSPD, TP)
42PAONO Control of cellular proliferation, survival and apoptosis (DSPD, TP)
42SMDO1 Initiation to clinical research methodologies (TP)
42NEURO1 Development of nervous system – Neurodegeneration (TP)

42NEURO2 Physio-pharmacology of pain (TP)
42CHIO1 Advanced organic synthesis (DSPD)
42CHIO2 Heterocyclic Chemistry (DSPD)
*****

Speciality Design, Synthesis, Pharmaceutical Development (professional and
research)
(Contact : Pascale MOREAU
Pascale.MOREAU@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S3
53SMD1 Pharmacocinetic and pharmacogenetic
53SMD2 Separative technics and galenic development
53SMD3 Biotechnologies and biotherapies
53SMDO1 Synthetic active principles
53SMDO2 Data analysis and drug design
Choice of 1 optional courses from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
53SMDO3 Biomarkers (DSPD, TP)
53SMDO7 Therapeutic strategies in oncology (DSPD, TP)

SEMESTER S4
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
54SMDSTA 20 weeks of internship in a corporation or a laboratory

*****

Speciality Translational Pharmocology (professional and research)
(Contact : Pascal COUDERT
Pascal.COUDERT@u-clermont1.fr
)

SEMESTER S3
53SMD1 Pharmacocinetic and pharmacogenetic
53SMD2 Separative technics and galenic development
53SMD3 Biotechnologies and biotherapies
Choice of 3 optional courses from the list below (3 x 5 credits)
53SMDO4 Theory and practice of therapeutic assays
53SMDO5 Models in pharmacology
53SMDO6 Pain and n Neurodegeneration
53SMDO3 Biomarkers
53SMDO7 Therapeutic strategies in oncology
SEMESTER S4
54SMDSTA 20 weeks of internship in a corporation or a laboratory

Master of Genetics and Physiology

(Contact: Marie-Eugenia GALLEGO
M-Eugenia.GALLEGO@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Speciality Genetics and Physiology (research)
(Contact S1&S2 : Anne-Marie LEFRANCOIS-MARTINEZ
A-Marie.LEFRANCOIS-MARTINEZ@univ-
bpclermont.fr
,

S3&S4 : Marie-Eugenia GALLEGO
M-Eugenia.GALLEGO@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1
41BLANG2 Language
41BGP2 Bioinformatics-analysis 1
41BGP3 Control of eukaryotic gene expression
41BGP5 Transgenesis e, animal cloning , animal models
41BGP6 Epigenetic controls
41PAONO1 Cell signalling
SEMESTER S2
42BGP1 Laboratory training in genetics and molecular physiology
42BGPSTA 10 weeks of internship in academic laboratory or in the industry,
Option 1, 2
42GENEO1 Eukaryotic genome dynamics
42GEONO1 Human genetics/Fundamental and applied oncogenetics
42GEONO2 Cell interactions & embryonic development
42PANEO1 Neuronal and endocrine system
42PAONO1 Cell proliferation,survival and apoptosis control
Option 1
42GENEO3 Genetics and infectious physiopathologies
42ONCOO1 Molecular physiopathology of a cancerous cell and multifactorial oncogenesis
42ONCOO3 Nutrition and cancer
42PHYAO1 Nutrient dependent gene regulations
Option 3
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42NEURO1 Development of the nervous system-Neurodegenerescence
42NEURO2 Pain Behavioral science
42NEURO3 Human physiopathology and pharmacology
42NEURO4 Neuropsychopharmacology
42NEURO5 Neuro-physiology
SEMESTER S3
Choice of 6 optional courses from the list below (6 x 5 credits)
Option 1, 2, 3
53GPG1 Integrated genome analysis strategies
53GPGO2 Cellular signalization and gene regulation
Option 1, 2
53GPGO1 Genome dynamics
53GPGO3 Host-pathogen interactions
53GPGO5 Molecular oncology
Option 1
53GPGO4 Developmental genetics and morphogenesis
53GPGO7 Glycosylation and post-translational modifications
53GPGO8 Genetics of the immune system and of immuno-proliferative malignancy

Option 3
53GPGO6 Neurosciences
SEMESTER S4
54GPG1 24 weeks of internship in a laboratory
*****

Speciality Analysis and Modeling of Data for Life Sciences (professional and
research)
(Contact S1&S2 : François ENAULT
Francois.ENAULT@ univ-bpclermont.fr,

S3&S4 : Gisèle
BRONNER
Gisele.BRONNER@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1
41BLANG2 Languages
41AMD1 Biostatistics and R programming
41BGP2 Bioanalysis (bioinformatics)
41BGP3 Control of eukaryote genes expression
41BGP6 Epigenetic controls
Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
41AMDO1 Programming in bioinformatics (perl)
41PAONO1 Cellular signalization
SEMESTER S2
42AMD1 High-throughput post genomic data analysis
42AMD2 Wed Technologies and grid computing
42INF1 Database foundations
42AMDSTA 10 weeks of internship in either a laboratory or a corporation
Choice of 2 optional courses from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
42GENEO1 Eukaryote genome dynamics
42PAONO1 Cellular proliferation, survival and apoptose control
42INF8 3D Infography
42INF9 Biomedical Information technology
42BPEO10 Microbial genomics and physiology
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42BPEO15 Molecular signlaing in plants
Free choice in M1 modules
SEMESTER S3
53AMD1 Data integration for biological analysis
53AMD2 Graph modeling for biological networks
53AMD4 Molecular modeling
Choice of 3 optional courses from the list below (3 x 5 credits)
53AMDO1 Professional insertion
53GPG1 Genomes integrated analysis strategies
53GPGO2 Cellular signalization and gene regulation
53GPO3 Host-pathogene relations
53MAS2 Datamining
53INMO7 Grid computing
53INS1 Database administration
53INS8 Data warehouse
53SCV2 Image analysis
SEMESTER S4
54AMD1 Project
54AMD2 23 weeks of internship in either a laboratory or a corporation

Master of Nutrition and Food Science
(Contact : PhilippeMICHAUD
Philippe.MICHAUD@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Semester 1 and 2 are shared by the 2 specialities : Food science (research) and Human
nutrition (research)
SEMESTER S1

Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (6 x 5 credits)
Language
Food and nutrition values
Technical, science and process for food
Microbiology and food safety I
Nutrition and nutriments metabolism in ruminants
Reproduction, lactation and growth
Animal health and toxicology
Bioinformatic
Agricultural products characteristics and production system
Transgenis, clonage & animal models
Cellular signalization
Corporation management
SEMESTER S2
Course project
Career placement and internship
12 to 16 weeks of internship in a laboratory
Main fields in food industry
Zootechny and epidemiology
Tools for statistical analysis and systemic modelling
Ethology and animal well being
Quality assurance in laboratory and in corporation
R&D economical, juridical and ethical environments
Genetic and Infectious physiopathology
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
Nutrition and cancer
Risk, health and environment
Oral functions and digestion
Nutrition, physical activity and sport
Tracers, functional and metabolic exploration
*****

Speciality Food Science (professional and research)
(Contact : Jean-Bernard GROS
J-Bernard.GROS@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53NU1 Integrated biology and physiology of skeletal muscles
53NU2 Data acquisition and processing
53NU3 Consumer behaviour and food choice
53NU4 Microbiology and food safety, level II
53NU5 Food properties and food processing
53NU6 Biological basis of food products quality
53NU8 Nutrition, metabolism and health
53NU9 Regulation, signalization
and nutrition
53NU10 Genomics, post-genomics and nutrition
SEMESTER S4
54NU1 24 weeks of internship in a laboratory or in a corporation
54NU2 English as a scientific language

Master of Biology and Environment

(Contact : Jean-Louis JULIEN
J-Louis.JULIEN@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

Semesters 1 and 2 are shared the 3 specialities : Microbiology: Genome, Ecology and
Biotechnology (professional and research), Freshwater ecosystems: ecological functionning
and management (professional and research), Genomic, Eco-physiology and Plant
Production (professional and research)
COMMON BLOCK with 2 possibilities 1
st
possibility : Population and Ecosystem Biology
(Contact : Alexandre BEC
Alexandre.BEC@univ-bpclermont.fr
, Delphine LATOUR
Delphine.LATOUR@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1

41BLANG English
41BPE1 Populations analysis
41BPE4 Ecophysiology
41BPE5 Statistics
41BPE6 Molecular analysis of the genomes
Choice of 1optional course from the list below (1 x 5 credits)
41BEN1 Structure and functioning of ecosystems
41BEN2 Microbial biodiversity: environment, health
41BEN3 The plant in its environment
SEMESTER S2

Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42BPE2 8 weeks internship in a laboratory
42BEN1 Integration into the world of work, internship preparation
Choice of 4 optional courses from the list below (4 x 5 credits)
42BPEO1 Watershed and wetland
42BPEO2 Freshwater ecology
42BPEO3 Chemistry of natural waters and wastewater. Pollution and analysis
42BPEO5 Microorganisms and biotechnology
42BPEO6 Hydrobiology internship (10 days)
42BPEO7 Botanics internship (10 days)
42BPEO10 Physiology and Genomics of Microorganisms
42BPEO11 Agronomy
42BPEO12 Ecotoxicology
42BPEO13 Resource management and genetic engineering in plants
42BPEO14 Host-pathogen relationship
42BPEO15 Molecular signaling in plants
42BIOVO2 Molecular control of the plant development
42MICRO3 Quality control in bio-industry
2
nd
possibility : Biology and Earth Sciences
(Contact : Catherine LENNE
Catherine.LENNE@univ-bpclermont.fr
-
Valérie BOSSE
V.Bosse@opgc.univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1

41BLANG English
41BEN1 Structure et fonctionnement des écosystèmes
41BST1 Communications in human physiology
41BST4 Life evolution
41BEN3 Interactions plant-environment
Choice of 1 optional course from the list below (2 x 5 credits)
41BEN2 Microbial biodiversity: environment, health
41BPE1 Populations analysis
41BSTO1 Secondary school lessons
SEMESTER S2

42BEN1 Integration into the world of work, internship preparation
42BST3 Training period in secondary school
Choice of 4 optional courses from the list below (4 x 5 credits)
42BST1 Substance exchanges between animals and their environment
42BST4 Homéostasie et réponses intégrées des Métazoaires aux caractéristiques du milieu
42STRO10 Geology of France
42STRO9 Orogenesis and mountain range in France
42BPEO6 Hydrobiology internship (10 days)
42BPEO7 Botanic internship (10 days)
Free choice option
*****

Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
Speciality Freshwater ecosystems: ecological functionning and management
(professional and research)
(Contact : Christian DESVILETTES
Christian.DESVILETTES@lbp.univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53RAQ1 Structure and function of aquatic ecosystems
53RAQ2 Physiology of microorganisms and water treatments
53RAQ3 Freshwater management
53RAQ4 Aquatic ecosystems pertubation and restoration
53RAQ5 Water legislations
53RAQ6 Tools for environment management

SEMESTER S4
54BEN1 Management – Communication - English
54BEN2 20 to 28 weeks of internship in a corporation or a laboratory

*****

Speciality Microbiology: Genome, Ecology and Biotechnology (professional
and research)
(Contact : Catherine TEXIER
Catherine.TEXIER@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53EBM1 Microbial physiology and interactions: adaptation mechanisms – promoting
research
53EBM2 Animal and plant pathogens. Emergence and diagnosis.

53EBM3 Contribution of microbial communities in the biosphere. Micro-organisms and
management of ecosystems.
53EBM4 Biotechnology for environment: from research to industry
53EBM5 Quality in bio-industry
53EBM6 Initiation to project engineering
SEMESTER S4
54BEN1 Management – Communication - English
54BEN2 20 to 28 weeks of internship in a corporation or a laboratory

*****

Speciality Genomic, Eco-physiology and Plant Production (professional and
research)
(Contact : Jean-Louis JULIEN
J-Louis.JULIEN@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S3
53EPV1 Plant production : knowledges of the companies within the agricultural sectors
(agroindustry, breeding,… )
53EPV2 Ecophysiology and management of the annual agrosystems
53EPV3 Annual plants breeding (“cereals model ”)
53GPV4 Structure and expression of plant genomes
53EPV5 Ecophysiology, biodiversity and breeding in perennial herbaceous ecosystems
(grassland, turf)
53EPV6 Ecophysiology and breeding of perennial woody ecosystems (“fruit and forest tree
model”)
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
SEMESTER S4
54BEN1 Management – Communication - English
54BEN2 20 to 28 weeks of internship in a corporation or a laboratory

Master in Earth Sciences

(Contact : Hervé MARTIN
Herve.MARTIN@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

The 1
st
Semester (S1) is shared by the 2 specialities, the second semester is partly shared.

SEMESTER S1
(Contact : Benjamin VAN WYK DE VRIES
Benjamin.VAN_WYK_DE_VRIES@univ-bpclermont.fr
)
41STR6 English and scientific communication
41STR7 Volcanology field class
Choice of 4 optional courses from the list below (4 x 5 credits)
41STR2 Analytical techniques in Earth Sciences
41STR4 Remote sensing and image analysis: fundamental and applied aspects.
41STR5 Earth Science informatics
41STR8 Geological materials
41STR9 Crustal melting field class and theory
Speciality Magmas and Volcanoes (research)
(Contact S2 : Benjamin VAN WYK DE VRIES
Benjamin.VAN_WYK_DE_VRIES@univ-bpclermont.fr
,


S3&S4 : Hervé MARTIN
Herve.MARTIN@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S2

42STR1 Research methodology
42STRTER Independent research project (2.5 months) – this can be taken as a professional
option replacing 2 courses
42STRO1 Magma sources and magmatic differentiation
42STRO2 Experimentation and the physics of magmas
42STRO3 Rise and eruption of magmas
SEMESTER S3

53STM1 Field class (Italian volcanoes and Alps)
53STM2 Geochemistry in magmas and volcanoes
53STM3 Physics of Magmas and Volcanoes
53STM4 Volcanic phenomena
53STM5 Case studies in magmas and volcanoes
SEMESTER S4
54STM1 Research projects in the field and laboratory ( 20 weeks)

*****

Speciality Geotechniques (professional)
(Contact S2 : Benjamin VAN WYK DE VRIES
Benjamin.VAN_WYK_DE_VRIES@univ-bpclermont.fr
,


S3&S4 : Jean-Claude BESSON
J-Claude.BESSON@univ-bpclermont.fr
)


SEMESTER S2

42STR1 Research methodology
42STRTPA Personal project in applied geology
42STR3 Field geotechniques and site studies
42STRO5 Hydrogeology
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.
42STRO6 Applied geophysics
42STRO7 Geotechniques
SEMESTER S3

53STG1 Geological materials
53STG2 Shallow surface processes
53STG3 Applied Hydrogeology
53STG4 Soil and rock mechanics
53STG5 Methods of subsurface formation recognition
53STG6 Geotechnical site planning
SEMESTER S4

54STG1 General Study project
54STG2 independent case study
54STG3 Industrial placement (20 to 25 weeks)
Master of Quality, Security and Environment
2 years Professional Master
(Contact : Daniel ZAMBON
Daniel.ZAMBON@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1
41QSE1 Fundamentals of Management 1
41QSE2 Fundamentals of Management 2
41QSE3 Management of the Quality 1
41QSE4 Management of the Quality 2
41QSE5 Tools for Processes Control 1
41QSE6 Tools for Processes Control 2
Masters Courses Summary

The first indication (41MATR1, for example) is the code of the course.

SEMESTER S2
42QSE1 Management of the Hygiene, Security and Environment
42QSE2 Tools for the Hygiene, Security and Environment
42QSESTA Internship in a corporation, duration 16 weeks

SEMESTER S3

53QSE1 Projective Management of Jobs and Skills

53QSE2 Control of Economic Intelligence
53QSE3 Management of the Risks
53QSE4 Management of the Crises and Business English
53QSE5 Integration of the Sustainable Development
53QSE6 Innovation and Sustainable Development
SEMESTER S4

54QSE1 Science of the Measure 1
54QSE2 Science of the Measure 2

54QSE3 20 weeks of internship in a corporation

Master of Packaging technology
2 years Professional Master
(Contact : Christophe CAPERAA
Christophe.CAPERAA@univ-bpclermont.fr
)

SEMESTER S1
41IE1 Corporation

41IE2 Materials science I
41IE3 Materials science II
41IE4 Physics/Mechanics
41IE5 Packaging project manager I - Innovation I
SEMESTER S2
42IE1 Materials science III
42IE2 Packaging project manager II Packaging and waste – Packaging Innovation II
42IE3 Biology
42IE4 Statistics – Metrology
42IE5 Internship I in a corporation, 100h practice
SEMESTER S3
53IE1 Numerical chain / Packaging marketing
53IE2 Packaging project manager III – Innovation III – Procedures
53IE3 Packaging course (in English)
53IE4 Major / Humanities
SEMESTER S4
54IE1 24 weeks of internship in a corporation