Embedded systems and IoT devices: What’s new
Categorie(s) : Education, News
Published : 3 April 2022
Grenoble INP – Phelma, UGA is now the sole coordinator of the SEOC program on embedded systems and IoT devices, originally a joint program with Grenoble INP – Ensimag, UGA. This means that students who want to choose this major must enrol thorugh Phelma. The change will make things simpler in terms of administration but will not affect the curriculum.
For example, the large-scale software engineering project completed by second-year students will still include teams of students from both Phelma and Ensimag.
This innovative program teaches students skills that are in high demand on the job market, from networks, systems-on-chip, and real-time and embedded computing to software, cloud computing, and AI. According to the CGE 2021 survey, with a career placement rate of 100%, graduates of the program have absolutely no trouble finding jobs.