Institut des Systèmes Intelligents
et de Robotique


Sorbonne Universite



Tremplin CARNOT Interfaces






ISIR lecturers and researchers participate in 3 Masters programmes covering several themes associated with the ISIR:


Master's degree in Automatics, Robotics - Advanced Systems and Robotics (SAR)

The training aims to train specialists in the design, modelling, analysis, optimisation and control of complex robotic systems. It covers the very numerous research and development needs relating to advanced "mechatronic" systems in sectors of activity ranging from the mechanical and mechatronic production industry to the land and air transport industry, as well as the health technology sectors.

The proposed course provides the basic multidisciplinary knowledge in engineering sciences specific to this field as well as some specific knowledge to deal with problems related to mechanical systems with autonomy capabilities.

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Master's Degree in Automation, Robotics - Intelligent Systems Engineering

The aim of the path is to train students in research and development in the fields of intelligent systems and robotics, and in particular on subjects such as multimodal interaction, image and sound analysis, design and control of robotic systems, at the interface of computer science, electronics and mechanics.

The aim of the path is to train students in the study, characterisation and development of intelligent, possibly robotic systems.

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Master's Degree in IT, Distributed agents, Robotics, Operational research, Interaction, Decision

This speciality aims to provide both theoretical and practical teaching covering all the main fields of Artificial Intelligence, Decision, Operational Research and Interaction.  It addresses all aspects related to the "problem solving" that economic actors have to face, as well as those related to the implementation of intelligent interaction processes, whether with a human user (in order, for example, to acquire information relevant to problem solving) or between autonomous entities, such as artificial agents or robots.

Its aim is therefore to train specialists in ICST (Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies), mastering the concepts, models and tools of these themes.

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