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Mathematics Department – UFR SCIENCES

The Mathematics Department delivers high-level mathematics teaching in co-operation with the I2M laboratory (Marseille Mathematics Institute):
– Master’s degree in Mathematics and applications (1st and 2nd years)
– Training for the maths agrégation competitive exam ranking 2nd in France
– Training for the CAPES competitive exam in collaboration with IUFM.
Number of students: 100
Mathematics Department Manager: Christophe PITTET

Technopôle Marseille Provence, Château-Gombert
39, rue Frédéric Joliot Curie
13453 Marseille Cedex 13
Saint Charles department management: Séverine Fayolle
E-mail :
Tel.: 04 13 55 13 54


Mechanics Department – UFR SCIENCES

The Mechanics Department offers the following programmes:
– 3rd year Bachelor’s degree specialising in Mechanics
– 3rd year Bachelor’s degree specialising in Engineering Sciences: Mechanical Engineering
– Professional Bachelor’s degree: Study and Implementation of Composite Products (EMPC)
– 1st year Master’s degree in Mechanics Physics Engineering (MPI), leading to 2 specialities, “Research & Development” (R&D), or “Engineering & Design” (I&C)
– 2nd year Master’s degree in Mechanics Physics Engineering (MPI), eight specialities to choose from
– Engineering Master’s degree in FIGURE Network Mechanics, labelled a Promising Investment by IDEFI

Partner laboratories: M2P2, UMR 6181 (Modelling, Mechanics and Green Processes) IRPHE, UMR 7342 (Non-Equilibrium Phenomena Research Institute) LMA, UPR 7051 (Mechanics and Acoustics Laboratory).

Director : Dominique MORVAN

Mechanics Department – UFR SCIENCES Aix-Marseille University
Technopôle Marseille Provence, Château-Gombert
60 rue Frédéric Joliot Curie
13453 Marseille Cedex 13
Phone: 04 91 11 38 50
E-mail :


DOCTORAL SCHOOL #353 “Engineering Sciences: mechanics, physics, micro and nanoelectronics”

The “Engineering Sciences: Mechanics, Physics, Micro and Nanoelectronics” doctoral school focuses on the analysis and modelling of complex physics systems. Macroscopic continuum mechanics are an example of a complex system choice. The doctoral school’s main disciplines in this field are Mechanics and Physics of Continuum Mechanics (solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, acoustics, thermal science, energetics, and biomechanics). The main fields of application are materials, transport, energy, environment, health and musical creation. The other complex physics systems that are taught at the doctoral school are centred on micro and nanoelectronics, information and communication science and techniques, mainly focusing on “components, integrated circuits and systems”. One of the doctoral school’s main features is to be deeply rooted in “engineering sciences”. Therefore, it plays a prominent part in the transfer of PhD graduates toward the industrial sector or associated services, as well as in the translation of industrial issues into down-to-earth thesis subjects.

Director : Ludovic Escoubas

Doctoral School #353
“Engineering Sciences: mechanics, physics, micro and nanoelectronics”
IUSTI laboratory
5 rue Enrico Fermi
13453 Marseille Cedex 13
Tel.: +33 (0)4 91 10 69 33

Secretariat: Pascal Campion
Tel.: 04 91 10 69 33