École nationale supérieure de physique, électronique et Matériaux
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The École Nationale Supérieure de Physique, Électronique et Matériaux (Phelma) is a Grande École located in Grenoble, France. Phelma is part of the Institut polytechnique de Grenoble. The school specializes in physics, electronics and materials.
Students are admitted to Phelma after two years of undergraduate studies. Studies at Phelma are of three years' duration and lead to the French degree "Diplôme National d'Ingénieur" (equivalent to a Master’s degree in engineering).
ENSEEG(Materials, Electrochemistry and Processes)
ENSEEG was first known as "l'Institut de l'Electrochimie" established in 1921. It was renamed ENSSEG in 1946.
The school was created in 1986 from a part of the ENSIEG.
Due to its history, Phelma's building are located on 3 different places.
- The Minatec building located in Grenoble is the building of the ex-ENSPG and is a part of Minatec (Micro and Nanotechnology Innovation Centre)
- The Polygone building is located on the "Polygone Scientifique", where also can be found Minatec, CEA Grenoble and the ESRF. This is where the ENSERG was located.
- The Campus building is the exENSEEG building. It is located on Grenoble Campus, which is outside of Grenoble in Saint-Martin-d'Hères.
Phelma Graduate specializations
Electrochemistry and Processes for Energy and the Environment
- Physical chemistry
- Process engineering
Materials Science Engineering
Reactor Physics and Nuclear Engineering Specialty
Physics and Nanoscience
- Fundamental physics
- Physics for nanotechnology
Systems and Microsystems for Physics and Biotechnology
Integrated Electronic Systems
Signal and Image Processing, Communication Systems, Multimedia common with ENSE3
Embedded Software and Systems common with Ensimag
Telecommunications common with Ensimag
International master’s programmes (Courses in English)
Functional Advanced Materials Engineering
Research at Phelma
Phelma students have the opportunity to perform research work as part of their curriculum in third year (9th semester). 20% of Phelma graduates pursue a Ph.D.