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  • Admission
    Please apply online Admission who can apply This MSc is a highly selective graduate degree open to Students having obtained or currently pursuing a Bachelor s degree in sciences engineering mathematics statistics or in business economics outside of France from a Top tier international university Students having obtained or currently pursuing an M1 in sciences engineering mathematics statistics or in business economics degree in France from a Top tier university Admissions schedule Deadline to send application file February 2 2015 March 30 2015 May 5 2015 Admission results March 5 2015 May 5 2015 June 8 2015 Selection process Complete the online application form upcoming Within 2 hours of online submission double check your email address before you submit your online application you will receive an e mail containing your application file in PDF format If you do not receive it please check your Spam folder Take a Management Aptitude Test All applicants with no exceptions must take the GMAT or TAGE MAGE or GRE Scores that are less than two years old will be accepted dated later than January 1st 2 years prior to the year of application Take an English Test Applicants must have a minimum English test score TOEFL 90 or TOEIC 850 listening reading or IELTS 6 5 Scores that are less than two years old will be accepted dated later than January 1st 2 years prior to the year of application The English test is not required if the candidate is a native English speaker or has spent the last 3 years in an English speaking university Enrollment Fees The enrollment fee is in accordance with the ambition quality and innovative content of the program 20k by student for 12 months of training offering access to prime time courses practical thesis and training access to

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  • Career
    International Programs Admissions Engineering Program Masters International Programs Advanced Masters Doctoral Studies Home Academics MSc in Data Science Career Program Overview Courses Faculty Admission Career CONTACT Fill out this form APPLICATIONS Please apply online Career At the end of the program the students will have been developing their skills to become Data Scientists or Business Analytics Experts From San Francisco to Tel Aviv places of IT offer their best jobs for data scientists Data science impacts a wide range of spheres from health care industry to business to engineering companies International companies like Google Microsoft or Amazon and startups like Snapchat Waze or Uber are hiring data scientists In contrast business analytics experts focus more on the strategic aspects of the business and may also undertake careers in consulting firms the financial sector the pharmaceutical industry telecommunications retailing and fast moving consumer goods companies and in web analytics or digital companies as well In any case this program prepares students to meet the growing demand in every industry for data driven leadership or to engage entrepreneurship CONTACT Academic Liaison Lionel Gabet Chair Department of Applied Mathematics Centrale Paris Email lionel gabet ecp fr Giving to Centrale Paris Intranet Jobs Newsletter

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  • Energetics and Combustion Laboratory (E.M2.C), CNRS-UPR 288
    and secondly a component application in the fields of energy ignition and stabilization of lean mixtures of fuel hydrogen production aerodynamics atmospheric re entry and the environment waste gas treatment Research conducted in the physical transfers team is around the transfer energy by radiation in gaseous media or transfers in porous media and nanothermic By combining basic approaches and the development of effective models of heat transfer this research addresses scientific and technological barriers related to applications as diverse as atmospheric re entry spacecraft transfer to a heart of a nuclear reactor or nanomaterials Transversal action in applied mathematics relies on the implementation of projects at the interface of disciplines using scientific computing and high performance computing HPC It is conducted in close interaction with experimental researchers in the laboratory These studies provide experimental results that are first considered for the validation of the codes developed in the laboratory Simulations coupled with experimental results then form a new source of in depth understanding of the physical phenomena studied HIGHLIGHTS 2014 Sébastien Candel Professor at CentraleSupélec was elected vice president of the French Academy of Sciences Inauguration of the EM2C plasma torch facility Hartnett Irvine Award for NUMERICAL STUDY OF COUPLED MOLECULAR GAS RADIATION AND NATURAL CONVECTION IN A DIFFERENTIALLY HEATED CUBICAL CAVITY presented at ICHMT International Symposium on Advances in Computational Heat Transfer Bath England by the authors Laurent Soucasse Philippe Rivière EM2C Shihe Xin Patrick Le Quéré and Anouar Soufiani EM2C A video presenting the ignition of the EM2C annular combustion rig using reactive large eddy simulation received the American Physical Society Division of Fluid motion http www em2c ecp fr cms lang fr le laboratoire em2c video movies Annular combustion chamber MICCA 100 kW equipped with 16 swirled injectors This configuration is very close to a helicopter combustion

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  • Mechanics, Structures and Materials Laboratory (MSSMat)
    atomic scale with ab initio finite elements to determine the mechanical properties of materials based on a simplified Schrödinger equation to the kilometer scale for seismic computations to identify site effects in cities The scientific competencies center around two main points Develop advanced models for specific media Geomaterials considering their multi physics characteristics Random media and wave propagation for seismic engineering Entangled media for the behavior of cables and textiles Elaborate efficient and tuned numerical methods ab initio finite elements Field parameter identification through inverse approach Space time adaptive finite elements Model coupling and multi scale methods The synergies between the SIN and SIM teams build on Elaboration of models from experimental identification Validation and calibration of simulations from experiments Interpretation and control of experimental exploration using simulations The effort to provide efficient applications results in a strong involvement of the laboratory in the CentraleSupélec High Performance Calculation cluster to promote the use of high performance computing and parallelism THEMATIC AXES OF RESEARCH Characterization and Multi scale Modeling of Materials CM3 This research topic aims at characterizing and accounting for phenomena at very different scales as well as their complex interactions with applications as polycrystalline materials and braided cables It is a transverse theme within the laboratory which creates synergy of varied expertise and allows the joint use of rich experimental means and original numerical tools As a response to many current scientific locks the C3M axis aims at breeding original projects in the field of multi scale sciences with a view at the Horizon 2020 stakes and in synergy with the other two axes of the laboratory Dynamics Waves and Hazard DynOdAs The main objective of this theme is the numerical modeling of the dynamic behavior of soils structures and materials particularly related to the phenomena of wave propagation It is built in particular on multi scale dynamical numerical models and probabilistic models and simulations It relies heavily on HPC simulations for wave propagation Multiphysics and Interfaces MPI This theme aims at improving the macroscopic mechanical and physical properties of materials including porous and or living materials based on experimental and numerical analyses at the nano scale Several domains are studied Porous media poro mechanical anti pollution barrier clogging capillarity infiltration Cell culture within a dual porosity bioreactor Vapor phase chemical deposition for the elaboration of nano micro reinforcements Elaboration and characterization of high performance composites Quantitative electronic microscopy coupling observations and chemical analyses Development of multi physics numerical tools for high performance computing EQUIPEMENTS Microscopy SEM with EDS and EBSD FIB SEM TEM JEOL120 and TEM TITAN AFM Mechanical tests Traction torsion and traction compression machines monotonous and fatigue 200 1200 C Helium quenching quasi statical up to 1m s nano indentor micro machines for in situ tests in SEM and RX tests on mono micro fibers Physical measures X ray diffraction textures and internal stresses thermal measures di electrical measures DMA porosimetry Elaboration Nanotubes produced by CVD in situ diagnostics production of composites cell culture High Performance

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  • Chemical Engineering Laboratory (LGPM) - EA 4038
    three Teams Materials and Biomaterials Metals wood and natural fibres Development and transformation processes Tribocorrosion Chemistry and separative processes Liquid liquid extraction and extraction using emulsions Particle transport and deposition Analytical and preparative chromatography Bioprocesses Studying physicochemical and biological processes Multiscale bio modelling control command strategies for bioreactors Use of microorganisms to capture CO2 and or to treat sewage Anaerobic digestion and methane generation Production and purification of high value molecules using plant cell cultures Remarkable equipment Spectrophotometers elemental analysis ICP AES UV IR atomic absorption fluorescence X liquid and gas chromatographs environmental ESEM EDS confocal microscope Raman microscope interferometric microscopy thermobalance coupled GS MS DMA mass diffusion permeability sorption isotherms BET laser granulometer tensiometer Particle Image Velocity Processes and pilot devices Liquid liquid extraction preparative gas and liquid chromatography ultra and nano filtration reverse osmosis bioreactors photo bioreactors drying thermal treatment surface treatments Modelling simulation Direct simulation of deep bed filtration multi scale modeling of coupled reactive and bio active transfer in porous media up scaling using meshless methods LB MPM image based representation bioprocesses modeling Fig 1 Two examples of confocal image left growth of fungi and right mixed culture of Chlorella red and yeast green Images can be grabbed automatically over time which builds up perfect databases for our bio modeling approaches images Cyril Breton LGPM Fig 2 Image based modeling of biomass tissues from left to right initial ESEM image of spruce digital representation of this cellular morphology temperature field and heat flux computed on this structure using Lattice Boltzmann method zoom over one tracheid Compression at high deformation rate computed using the Material Point Method Perré et al Annals Forest Sci in press Fig 3 Could Mars ever have supported small life forms Our lab is involved in the Curiosity mission This figure presents the

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  • Applied Mathematics and Systems laboratory (MAS) - EA 4037
    with analyzing modelling simulating and optimizing complex systems whether they come from an industrial environment biosciences financial markets information technology or networks Plant Growth Modelling Modelling and estimating the plant dynamical system in its environment formal grammar and symbolic methods optimal control of culture and genetic improvement multi physic and multi scale landscape simulation Partial Differential Equations and Scientific Computing Non smooth fluid structure interactions dynamics of ecosystems interface dynamics massively parallel computing GPU asymptotic preserving numerical schemes nonlinear wave equations Formal methods in computer science and knowledge modelling Formal design of complex systems ontologies decisional and fuzzy logic for image interpretation unified semantics for structured and unstructured data Business Intelligence SAP Research Chair Business intelligence visual analytics Quantitative Finance BNP Parisbas Research Chair Financial market modelling market microstructure high frequency data econophysics derivatives Probabilistic Modelling and Uncertainties including INRIA project Regularity Local regularity of stochastic processes processes with prescribed regularity set indexed processes ergodic theory statistical properties of graphs structured data Bio Mathematics Mathematical modelling of in vivo cellular behaviour DNA chips epidemiology Applications Industrial systems aerospace construction energy transportation environment plants hydrology landscapes acoustics life sciences molecular biology genetics epidemiology markets and companies finance capital markets business intelligence information technology and networks internet multimedia knowledge management art and architecture colorimetrics virtual reality Director Frédéric Abergel Phone 01 41 13 18 95 Email frederic abergel centralesupelec fr Personal Assistant Sylvie DERVIN Phone 01 41 13 17 11 Email sylvie dervin centralesupelec fr Main academic PARTNERS INRIA CEA ENS Cachan École Polytechnique INRA CIRAD Université Paris XI Université Versailles Saint Quentin LIAMA Université de Montréal ENSI Tunis Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Institut Louis Bachelier Supélec Main Industrial Partners BNP Paribas SAP Alcatel Bionatics Bull GDF Suez Institut Pasteur CS SI Dassault Aviation EDF ESI France Télécom KXEN Myosix Renault

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  • Industrial Engineering Laboratory (LGI) - EA 2606
    many challenges and issues from both a technical and scientific point of view as well as practical and application perspectives like financial profitability efficiency continuity and reliability of service security The integration of technical systems is already challenging regarding for example aerospace automotive or energy systems but it is even more complex when it comes to inter network systems System of Systems paradigm such as health systems human mobility infrastructure distribution of products and services transport and regulation of energy gas water and other socio technical systems including human or various agents such as organizations with different and even contradictory strategies goals and preferences Our scientific approach consists in adequately modeling for analyzing and simulating in order to better understand the system behavior through virtual experiments on models and ultimately finding optimal solutions for the design deployment and monitoring Often many life cycle phases of these systems must be modeled and analyzed collection of needs and requirements specification development architectural design design validation manufacture and market launch or startup system management its regulation its maintenance its failure modes its upgrade its dismantling and end of life We are organized in 4 research teams Design Engineering Decision Aid Safety and Risks Sustainable Economy The 4 research teams of the Industrial Engineering department and their research topics Ten industrial chairs and two research institutes reinforce the 4 research teams The 10 industrial chairs are about Sustainable Construction Bouygues Construction Digital Factory Dassault Aviation Operational Excellence BNP Paribas Production Management Faurecia Supply Chain LVMH Sanofi Carrefour Safran Electro mobility PSA Peugeot Citroën Energy Economy Capitaldon Design of innovation products multi companies Systems Engineering Safran Purchasing in complex projects Total Systems Sciences EDF The two research institutes for which the department is a founding member are IRT System X Digital Engineering of Complex Systems

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  • Quantum and Molecular Photonic Laboratory Team
    applications improvement of the adhesion of nanohybrid particles on cancer cells for nano hyperthermia therapy plasmonic liposomes for targeted drug delivery intracellular DNA strand delivery triggered by nanoscale photothermal effect for gene therapy Beyond the high local electromagnetic field generated at the plasmon resonance of gold nanoparticles induces the effective ionization of water molecules around which can be exploited for photodynamic therapy in conjunction with the photothermal effect Ultrafast photo induced modulation of the nanoparticle optical properties photonic applications Thanks to the localized plasmon resonance phenomenon stemming from the interaction of an electromagnetic wave and the electrons confined in metal nanoparticles one can efficiently and very quickly inject energy in the latter by light irradiation From the series of the subsequent exchange and relaxation mechanisms the optical properties of the composite medium where these nanoparticles are spread are modified in a fast transient way By playing together with these nanoscale photo induced modifications and the processing of the composite medium in wavelength scale structured devices resonant cavity photonic crystal one may conceive optically controlled photonic functions FIELDS OF APPLICATION Use of metal nanoparticles in therapies against cancer by localized photo induced hyperthermia generation of reactive oxygen species or drug delivery Application of the transient optical response of nanomaterials in the field of ultrafast photonics and catalysis KEY FACTS 2014 Effective nanoscale photo generation of reactive oxygen species In partnership with the group of R Pansu at PPSM laboratory in ENS de Cachan we have demonstrated that in a gold nanorod irradiated by femtosecond light pulses a multiphotonic process enabled by the local field enhancement at the plasmon resonance generates efficiently a local plasma and reactive oxygen species over a range of several micrometers Fig 1 This is very promising for local photodynamic therapy of cancer Figure 1 Production of reactive oxygen species by a single gold nanorod irradiated by polarization controlled femtosecond laser pulses tuned at the plasmon resonance probed by a fluorescent molecule From left to right three different polarization directions Scale bar 1 m Organic microlasers A member of our team is implicated in the experimental investigation of the ray wave correspondence in organic microlasers of various triangular shapes performed within another team of the LPQM laboratory This study has been published in 2014 Thermal metamaterials On some materials at the nanoscale heat propagates as an electromagnetic surface wave called surface phonon polariton The heat thus acquires coherence properties over distances up to and meter and it becomes possible to use the tools of nano optics to change its propagation By structuring the material at a sub wavelength scale one can then create a material whose thermal properties do not exist in nature The development of simulation tools based solely on Maxwell s equations of electromagnetism has opened the opportunity to create passive materials with temperature inhomogeneities though at thermal equilibrium This theme is developed in partnership with the team of S Volz at EM2C laboratory Figure 2 Simulation of heat in a nanostructured thin layer of SiO2

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