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Master’s level training/L2EP involvement in Master’s degrees

L2EP teacher-researchers are involved in Master’s degrees and final year engineering school training.

E2SD Master’s

The « Electrical Engineering for Sustainable Development » Master’s degree specialising in research as a priority (Master 2) co-accredited by the University of Lille, the Ecole Centrale of Lille and Arts & Métiers Sciences et Technologie school. This Master’s programme emerged directly from the L2EP, which recruited the services of its co-supervisors in offering this course as part of a co-accreditation. Almost all of the speakers are L2EP members from all the teams or foreign professors who are working alongside the laboratory. Since 2010, this specialisation has been taught entirely in English, which has attracted many foreign students (Algeria, Argentina, China, Spain, Italy, Jamaica, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Tunisia, Vietnam, etc.) It offers an « Advanced Transportation Systems » option and a « Renewable Energy Systems » option. What’s more, 80% of the « Sustainable Development Applications » unit is composed of seminars held by foreign professors (Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Spain, Finland, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Switzerland, USA, etc.) on innovative applications (electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, photovoltaic systems, wind power systems, hydraulic systems, wave energy recovery system, very high efficiency machines, « energy harvesting » systems, various storage technologies, etc.) thanks to L2EP’s international collaborations.

University of Lille

Master in Automation and Electrical Systems (« ASE »)

The ASE Master’s course is an option of the STS34 Master’s course, focused on Electrical Engineering and Automation. It has 4 specialisations including three (GR2E, VIE and E2SD) which are directly related to the themes addressed by the Laboratory. The M1 ASE year groups are made up of 75 students, on average. Find out more.

Master’s degree in Mathematical Engineering

The Mathematical Engineering option of the STS Master’s course, created in 2009, aims to train students in the field of applied mathematics. Find out more 

IMA specialisation at Polytech’Lille

Polytech’Lille’s Computerised Automatic Microelectronics (IMA) department offers training in the embedded systems sector which is based on the fields of computing, microelectronics, automation and electrical engineering. In this field, the teaching is provided by L2EP teacher-researchers within the Autonomous Systems branch. Find out more


Ecole Centrale

Land transportation

With this course, the students follow an optional module of 50 hours given with the students of the E2SD Master’s course. A 120-hour project as well as the 5 to 6-month end-of-year internship finish off their training, linked with R&D services, some of which are in common with the L2EP teams.

« Network » chair

At the instigation of the members of the Networks team, a « Network » chair was created at the Ecole Centrale. This course is made up of 435 hours of training in the field of electrical engineering with more than 200 hours specially dedicated to the study of electrical networks. The idea is to include expert speakers from industry, who are recognised both nationally and internationally, as part of the academic teaching. Find out more.


Arts et Métiers – Science and Technology

International Master’s degree in « Electric Vehicle Mobility » (« EVM »)

This course, which was accredited in 2010, is mainly intended for the recruitment of foreign students. Given the research activities of the L2EP, E. Semail coordinated the definition of the Electrical Engineering module programme (nearly 300 hours), followed by its implementation at the Lille centre. Find out more

Master’s degree in Hybrid Electricity and Heat Production Systems (SYSPEC)

This Master’s degree is an Arts et Métiers diploma jointly accredited by the Ecole Centrale of Lille and the HEI engineering school. It was set up in 2006 by L2EP teacher-researchers. It is based on a 400-hour training course made up of 6 modules taught by teacher-researchers from L2EP and LML. The L2EP members also co-supervise the internships, some of which are conducted in direct collaboration with the Distributed Energies platform. Find out more.


Haute Ecole d’Ingénieurs / Junia

Energies, Electrical and Automated Systems (« ESEA »)

One of the professions targeted by the ESEA domain is that of R&D engineer. This training duration is 400 hours in the 4th year and 200 hours in the 5th year. Some of the specialised courses deal with L2EP themes: power electronics in grids, power generation using renewable energies, power distribution and transmission grids and energy management using fuzzy logic. Find out more.