What’s new in the AMIS Masters program
Categorie(s) : Education, MINATEC, News
Published : 1 December 2020
EIT* Raw Materials recently renewed the EIT seal for the five-partner international AMIS (Advanced Materials for Innovation and Sustainability) Masters program coordinated by Grenoble INP-Phelma. And there are several notable additions to the curriculum.
The program now includes classes on the materials lifecycle and on electric vehicles. These totally new classes will provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge of sustainable design and approaches that factor in supply chain issues and critical materials. And, while the classes and special sessions on innovation and entrepreneurship are not new, they have been substantially enriched by contributions from the industrial companies partnering with the program.
*European Institute of Innovation and Technology