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  • On Saturday 19th March 2016 the 2nd gathering of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) France Student Chapters took place at the Château de Vert-Mont at Rueil-Malmaison. The idea was for IFP School and the four other Student Chapters of the SPE France (Centrale Supelec, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Géologie de Nancy, Mines ParisTech, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour) to convene.

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Powertrain Engineering

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English


The coming decades will be marked by an unprecedented increase in mobility and transport demand.

 

This new market demand is coupled with unavoidable requirements such as respect for the environment (local and global pollution, noise pollution, safety) and an efficient use of energy resources.

 

Facing these new challenges, powertrains are of key importance. Current technologies must develop rapidly and technological breakthroughs are occurring all the time. New opportunities and future prospects are therefore open to engine designers.

 

The Powertrain Engineering program provides technical and multicultural training enabling you to be operational in all automotive industry fields related to powertrain development and integration.

The Powertrain Engineering program is a meeting place for young students from many countries who aspire to become specialists in the study, design and implementation of the entire drive train and its main components.

Increasingly complex working tools and methods, constantly tighter development deadlines and heightened quality requirements all bring about a strong need for international cooperation between the various industrial fields concerned (engine and powertrain manufacturers, electronics companies, component manufacturers, materials and energy suppliers, research laboratories, etc.).

 

Against this backdrop, this unique graduate program, giving you both cutting-edge technical skills and an overview of powertrain development, provides the best assets to make you engineers at the core of international cooperation, much sought after by industrial players in these various sectors.