11 months of part-time courses compatible with employment
Two semesters of classes will total approximately 400 teaching hours (45 European Credit Transfer System [ECTS]), followed by a semester dedicated to a work-based thesis (30 ECTS).
The classes, alternating one week per month, will be held in both graduate schools: École des Ponts ParisTech and Télécom ParisTech, depending on the premises on the day.
- Mobility system organization
- Smart mobility - Smart city
- Actors and political issues in Mobility 3.0
- Contractual and legal aspects
- Safety and cyber-security
- Transportation networks, places and modes of transport
- Transportation infrastructure, systemic approach
- Systemic of vehicles (mechanical, energy, IT)
- Autonomous vehicles,
- Intelligent Transport systems (rail and guided systems)
- Mobility information systems engineering
- Communication for smart mobility
- Big Data and data mining algorithms
- Introduction to machine learning
Service design and management
- From space to services
- Service and economics of mobility
- Planning - Booking - Ticketing: at the interface between the user and the service
- Customer relationship (including yield management)
- Logistics engineering and management
- Transportation and traffic modeling
"Common Core Project"
During the course’s two semesters, students will be involved in teams to carry out a “Common Core Project” focused on innovation and led by teacher-researchers in direct contact with industrial partners and their needs.
These projects will be supported by the graduate schools’ research laboratories and their scientific equipment.