Contacts

Master :

  • SYLVAIN.SCHMITZ [at] ens-cachan.fr (Sylvain Schmitz )(Responsable M1)
  • gilles.dowek [at] ens-cachan.fr (Gilles Dowek) (Responsable M2)

Département :

thomas.chatain [at] ens-cachan.fr (Thomas Chatain) (Responsable année Arpe)

Département Informatique ENS Paris-Saclay

Computer Science Department

The department offers programmes focused on the fundamentals of computer science, preparing students above all to work in scientific research.
With this high-calibre education, graduates are able to pursue varied careers.

The department also conducts research in partnership with the Specifications and Verification Laboratory (LSV)

 

Contact

Bâtiment d'Alembert - 2e étage
61, Avenue du Président Wilson
94235 Cachan Cedex
Tel. + 33 1 47 40 75 20

Organization

Director : Serge HADDAD 

Study

The programme includes the third and final year of undergraduate study, and the two years of a research-based master's programme (M1 and M2), generally the Parisian Master of Computer Science Research (MPRI).

The programme allows for a mixed, personalized mathematics/computer science curriculum. Students may also take advantage of the only preparatory classes for the computer science option of the agrégation in mathematics in the Paris region.

  • Final Bachelor's year with a few courses at ENS Ulm.
  • M1 year, MPRI (Parisian Master of Computer Science Research).
  • M2 year at Cachan and in the MPRI (Parisian Master of Computer Science Research).
  • Preparation for the agrégation, computer science option of the agrégation in mathematics.

Students may choose to take a double programme in mathematics and computer science. They are awarded the ENS Paris-Saclay diploma.


Partnerships

  • Université Paris 7: for the bachelor's degree.
  • Université Paris 7, ENS Paris, ENS Paris-Saclay and École Polytechnique: joint accreditation for the MPRI
  • Université Paris 6, Université Paris 11 and École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, and in partnership with the CEA, CNRS and INRIA.
  •  ENS Paris-Saclay and Université Paris 11: jointly run preparatory classes for the computer science option of the agrégation in mathematics