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Electronics and Computer Engineering

Electronics and Computer Engineering (EII*)

The research and development engineer is capable of designing and building complex electronic systems and developing the corresponding software.


Head of EII department

Jean-François NEZAN


Spécialité EII

02 23 23 82 80

Courses : 3 main subject areas

  • Analog and digital electronics
  • Industrial computing (hardware and software)
  • Signal processing and Automation


  • Analog and digital electronics (combinatory, sequential and programmable logic, programming in VHDL)
  • Industrial computing: computer hardware, microprocessor systems, programming and languages, object-oriented programming, operating systems, real time systems, embedded operating systems, and communication buses 
  • Signals and systems, automation, analog and digital signal processing, statistical signal processing and image processing, Mathematics

Options available in Year 5

  • Embedded systems
  • Computer engineering
  • Industrial engineering

Double degree

Under the terms of an agreement with the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland), students can study for the following two diplomas recognized in the European Union:

Advantages of the course

  • Practicals and projects
  • Lectures, company visits and internships

* In French