The Masters Degree

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Other programs in applied maths & informatics

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International programs in Applied Mathematics and Informatics - GRENOBLE

We also offer other international programs:


Cybersecurity is a second year program (semesters 3 and 4) of the Mathematics and Computer Science Masters. Courses are in English and the program follows a first year Master 1 in mathematics or Computer Science or equivalent.

The economical impact of losses due to cybercriminality is estimated to several hundreds of billions of euros per year (445 billions of dollars, according to a McAfee/CSIS study in 2014) wih a large increase in attacks, for instance identity and data thefts and malicious attacks.

Vulnerabilities and Protections are covered, with for instance:

  • Robustness of critical infrastructures when facing cyberattacks (e.g., stuxnet),
  • Robustness of security components when facing software vulnerabilities and data leakage (e. g., heartbleed),
  • Privacy protection and cloud infrastructure security,
  • Robust design and evaluation of security components,
  • Detection of vulnerabilities in protocols for hardware and software components.

Topics covered in the training include additional areas of Cybersecurity, such as cryptology, forensics, fuzzing or anonymization, especially for embedded systems and distributed architectures.

More information on the CySec website - Contact

Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics

The Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics program offers a large spectrum of courses, covering areas where the research in applied math in Grenoble is at the best level It is a highly competitive, two-year European Standard (LMD) graduate program, taught in English, offering training in the areas of:

  • Modeling and Scientific Computing,
  • Geometry, Image and CAD,
  • Statistics,
  • Data Science.

More information on the MSIAM website - Contact

Operational Research, Combinatorics and Optimization

This Master of Science offer courses in all areas of Operations Research, Combinatorics and Optimization :

  • Advanced Models and Methods in Operations Research
  • Combinatorial Optimization and Graph Theory
  • Optimization under uncertainty
  • Logistic and Transport
  • Advanced heuristic and approximation algorithms
  • Advanced mathematical programming methods
  • Efficient methods in optimization
  • Academic and industrial challenges
  • Parallel Systems

Information (in French) about this option can be found at ROCO


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