The Acoustical Engineering curriculum in the Master of Mechanics at Paris-Saclay offers French and international students the scientific knowledge needed to tackle current acoustical problems, in industrial and academic environments. Courses are focused on fundamental acoustics and acoustical engineering. By means of fundamental and applied research projects, the students have the opportunity to learn about different fields including:
- structural acoustics and fluid-structure interaction,
- wave propagation in solids and non-destructive testing,
- signal processing and signal synthesis in acoustical situations,
- aeroacoustics and wave propagation in inhomogeneous moving media,
- experimental techniques and psychoacoustics.
domaines SaclayMention Mécanique.
Admission to the Masters program at the M2 level is open to students with at least 4 years of higher education studies in Mechanics, Physics, Electrical Engineering or Applied Mathematics from an internationally recognized University.