ENSTA Bretagne : Travail de conception d'un patrouilleur, projet d'architecture navale

Naval and Offshore Architecture

Students in this program learn to analyze and/or design naval and offshore platforms, incorporating all aspects of naval architecture and offshore engineering with respect for project specifications and regulations.
Career prospects

Naval architect, engineer or researcher in large manufacturing firms, certification and assessment organizations, engineering firms, R&D organizations, etc.

Course content:

•    Naval hydrodynamics
•    Naval structure
•    Ship design loop
•    Design
•    etc.

PROGRAM STRENGTHS
A GLOBALLY-ACCLAIMED PROGRAM

Each year, the Royal Institute of Naval Architects, in partnership with Bureau Veritas, awards a prize to the top student in this major.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR TRAINING WITH ONE OF 3 SPECIALIZATION TRACKS

Students can choose from 3 tracks (Advanced Naval Hydrodynamics, Advanced Naval Structures, and Offshore Platform Design) to further refine their future career choices.

A SHIP DESIGN LOOP PROJECT THAT VALIDATES STUDENTS' SKILL SET

At the end of their training, students complete a ship design loop project that constitutes the program's grand finale and offers them a chance to validate the skills necessary for a career in naval or offshore construction.

TAKING INTO ACCOUNT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

On an international, as well as national level, all R&D activities are geared towards the ship of the future: safer, cleaner and more sustainable, economical and intelligent.

All ENSTA Bretagne students in Naval Architecture are made aware of these issues in their choice of materials, motorization, and propulsion methods, as well as the need to take account of a ship’s life cycle.

A multidisciplinary training program, from designing mobile robots to testing them for use in specific missions.

The disciplines studied are :

  • Automation (designing control laws),
  • IT (algorithms, languages, middlewares),
  • Perception (vision, machine learning),
  • Artificial Intelligence (Prolog, logic),
  • Modeling/Simulation (realistic computer-based robot simulation through virtual and augmented reality),
  • Navigation (observers, Kalman filters, interval analysis),
  • Mechanics (3D printers, digital mockups),
  • Guidance (path planning, avoiding obstacles, coordination)
  • Experiments (preparing and conducting field experiments involving robots).

contact

Nicole Pouliquen
Admissions Coordinator (French students)
+33 (0)2 98 34 87 01

contact

Johanna OGON
Erasmus+ Coordinator
+33 (0)2 98 34 87 30