Initiation / discovering research.
examples of of topics (Product Design):
•Design for BOP
•Ant Colony Optimisation
•Interior-Point Method for Optimisation
•Development integrating suppliers
•Bibliographic Information System
•Traceability of design choices
•Simulation use of surgical instruments
•Design for additive manufacturing
•Adaptation of LCA models for the calculation of environmental impacts
Example of topics (Supply Chain Management):
•Designing a supply network of a biofuel production unit
•Analysis of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) as a support to development projects on new products integrating suppliers (for both Supply Chain Management and Product Design courses)
•Establish a classification for analysing risk in supply chains
•Organisational innovations for city logistics
•The cost of resilience in supply chain management
•The BOP Markets and frugal engineering in emerging countries (for both Supply Chain Management and Product Design courses)
•Simulation / Optimisation of a supply chain by Multi-Agent Systems
•Knowledge of mobility for innovation and optimisation of transport networks in Grenoble
•Links between hospital sterilisation activities and surgical planning: towards an integrated approach
•Economic performance of RO models and solutions
•Clarification of the concepts introduced in the cost of RO models and economic models
•Research projects to fight against climate change in developing countries
•Employee surveys on their involvement at work
•Literature review on the effects of "lean manufacturing" on the organisation of work, efficiency, employee health
The Research Project in the second year of the Engineering curriculum allows motivated students to be involved in a research activity in a laboratory environment.
This is the best way to discover research in a real context. Each student will work on a chosen topic, supervised by a senior researcher.
He/she will present his/her results in a written report and do an oral presentation in front of a panel.
Participation in the research study is subject to acceptance by the head of the second year course. The topic chosen is subject to a contract between the student, the teachers and the laboratory tutor.
Semester 8 - The exam may be taken in french or in english
N1 = (T + E1 ) / 2
N2 = E2
The course exists in the following branches:
This course brings 6.0 ECTS to students in Semester 8
This course brings 6.0 ECTS to students in Semester 8Semester 8 - This course may be followed in french or in english
Date of update June 5, 2015