Master’s Program in Industrial Technologies for the Factory of the Future
The TIUF Master (Industrial Technologies for the Factory of the future) gets into projects of digitalization and development of the concepts of the Future Factory that target the majority of industrialists.
The modules of the Master's concern the main skills and technologies necessary for the deployment of Industry 4.0 concepts. The objective is to train students to master advanced industrial technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Sensors, Automation, Robotics, Industrial Vision, Industrial Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, and Intelligent Control Systems.
The training devotes a significant part to experimentation and development activities on advanced technology platforms that reproduce different industrial contexts in a realistic manner.
The students will acquire fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to effectively take part in development projects, transformation or upgrading of manufacturing systems.
Among the targeted skills, we can cite :
Applying a structured approach for the definition, development and deployment of a digitization project on a production system;
Performing modeling and simulation of systems;
Performing engineering and integration of digital technologies for the measurement, analysis and performance management of equipment, services and industrial organizations;
Implementing automation solutions;
Analyzing the robustness, dependability and eco-efficiency properties of complex systems;
Indeed, students will also have acquired transversal competences in "soft skills" in (communication, teamwork, English) and "business skills" (innovation, entrepreneurship, project management, ...) allowing them to interact effectively in their future work environments.
Pr. Khalid KOUISS
Khalid KOUISS is a Professor of Systems Automation and Systems Engineering at UM6P and SIGMA Engineering School in Clermont-Ferrand. He is also an industrial expert who works with many companies.
His Research activities concern systems engineering, modeling of industrial systems, IMS (Intelligent Manufacturing Systems), MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems), automation of industrial systems and more broadly the deployment of Industry 4.0 concepts.
University of Nancy, FRANCE
INSA Lyon, FRANCE
Valenciennes University, FRANCE
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, FRANCE
Durham University, UK
Polytechnic University of the Hauts de France,FRANCE
Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech, MOROCCO
Mohammadia School of Engineers of Rabat, MOROCCO
ENSIAS of Rabat, MOROCCO
|S1||Module 1||Systems Engineering and Complexity|
|Module 2||Modeling and Simulation of industrial systems|
|Module 3||Operational Research, Optimization and Mul-ticriteria Analysis|
|Module 4||Statistical methods and data analysis|
|Module 5||Algorithmic and programming|
Communication and Professional English
|S2||Module 7||Digital Factory and Modeling|
|Module 8||Automatic and advanced control|
|Module 9||Communication and industrial networks|
|Module 10||Industrial Automation|
|Module 11||Industrial Management|
|Module 12||Hygiene, Quality, Safety, Environment|
|S3||Module 13||Piloting and Integration of industrial systems|
|Module 14||Real-time computing and embedded systems|
|Module 15||Artificial intelligence|
|Module 17||Industrial Vision and Virtual Reality|
|Module 18||Research-Innovation, Business Intelligence and Project Management|
|S4||End of Studies Internship||
The End of Studies Project (PFE) aims to put the student in a real situation, within a company developing an R&D project or within a research laboratory. This internship will enable students, in terms of skills and know-how, to face the constraints inherent in the world of business.
In a unique approach, University Mohammed VI Polytechnic implements an innovative teaching and research model focused on experimentation. With this in mind, the University's sites are equipped with "Living Labs" dedicated to applied research. These laboratories simulate actual production situations as in mining facilities, experimental farms or factories , and are open to the scientific community and students.
As part of the TUIF Master’s, students will have access to Benguerir's Living Labs - The Experimental Mine, Safi's Living Lab- Chemistry Hub and to UM6P's Factory Lab.
Finally, the pedagogical dynamics encourage active participation of students, creativity, collective work and encourage learner autonomy.
This Master’s degree opens great prospects for students both in the academic and business worlds. Graduates will be able to continue their training as part of a PhD thesis, start their own company or occupy a position in an industrial and economic activity, mainly as :
Research & Development Engineer
Industrial Systems Engineer
Industrial digitization Engineer
Industrial IT Project Manager
Instrumentation and Regulation Engineer
Sectors of choice : Manufacturing companies in all fields, integrators of digitalization solutions, consulting companies.
Admission is open to holders of an undergraduate degree (minimum bac+3) or equivalent in the following fields: Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Automation, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science.
- Specific pedagogical prerequisites: Basics of algorithmics and programming, databases, basics of electricity.
We invite you to sign up online via the link my.um6p.ma by completing the requested information or by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to a written competitive examination followed by an oral interview in keeping with the following schedule:
31st of March : Application deadline
April-May : Written examination and oral interview
June-July : Admission results and receipt of scholarship application files
September/Early October : Start of term.
Given the current health situation, the dates and admission process may change. We will keep you informed.
The tuition fees are:
Registration fees (first year only): 5,000 MAD
Annual tuition fees: 75,000 MAD
Added to this are accommodation fees and catering on campus.
Scholarships can be awarded to the brightest students via an attractive scholarship scheme based on meritocracy and social criteria. The scholarships benefit a large number of our students. We invite you to contact us for more information.