Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences (MASI)
Careers in modeling related to mathematics (numerical modeling), computer vision, intensive calculation (High-Performance Computing or HPC), and information sciences (design and control techniques, algorithmic techniques) are rapidly expanding professional domains for our students, both in the corporate and academic worlds. The global shortage of skilled labor and young graduates in this area should become even more acute in the next twenty years, as numerous studies have pointed out (including SCIDAC* program reports of the US Department of Energy.
In this particularly favorable professional context, the Applied Mathematics and Information Sciences (MASI) field offers students a full range of training programs devoted to the modeling of complex systems (physical, biological, technical, and organizational) and to their simulation in highperformance computer systems.
This field offers five specializations:
- Modeling and Simulation (MS)
- Mathematics, Vision, Learning (MVA)
- Design and Management of Complex Computer Systems (CoMaSIC)
- Systemic and Synthetic Biology (BSS)
- High-Performance Computing (HPC)
This field is characterized by a very open pedagogical approach, enabled by joint-degree partnerships with 14 institutions of higher education.
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This field is built around numerous joint-degree partner institutions:
- ENS Cachan
- University of Paris V
- University of Dauphine
- École Polytechnique
- University of Versailles Saint-Quentin
- École des Ponts ParisTech
- Centrale Marseille
- Télécom ParisTech
- Télécom SudParis
- University of Evry Val d'Essonne
SudParis Telecom & Management has recently signed an agreement to join the team.
Partner Laboratory : Mathematics Applied to Systems (MAS ) EA 4037
The Mathematics Applied to Systems (MAS) Laboratory, founded in the early 2000s, brings together all of the mathematics and computing research at Ecole Centrale Paris, supported by the departments of Mathematics and Information Technologies and Advanced Systems. Positioned at the center of numerical technologies, the laboratory's work pertains to modeling, simulation, complex systems analysis and optimization (of the industrial world, of living organisms, of markets, and of information and networks). This work revolves around three axes:
- Scientific engineering and visualization
- Information processing - data and images
- Information systems engineering
All of the laboratory's activities are conducted in close collaboration with French and international research teams (including, notably, INRIA, CEA, Supelec, ENS Cachan, and LIAMA in China), as well as through structural partnerships with companies (BNP-Paribas and SAP Chairs) and multi-partner collaborative projects (especially within the Pôle System@tic).