Energy production, energy sources, energy and ecological transition, efficiency of energy systems, life-cycle analysis, security of supply, transport, mobility, stationary applications, energy from renewable sources, energy carriers (electricity, hydrogen): energy is today at the heart of major scientific, technological, economic and geopolitical issues. We are certainly moving towards a new energy “mix” at the global level.
The energy sector represents a turnover of $1500 billion worldwide and nearly 140,000 jobs in France. It is therefore a particularly buoyant sector, which offers outlets at all levels and throughout the territory, for existing professions and/or those to be invented.
The CMI trains students in all issues related to energy in electrical and/or thermal and/or mechanical approaches.
This CMI paves the way for six main categories of jobs:
- energy production: the entire energy production chain, from source to end consumer (wind, photovoltaic, hydraulic, geothermal, fossil fuels, etc.).
- transport of energy, particularly electrical energy: connection, balancing, monitoring, etc.
- storage: electrochemical accumulators, hydrogen energy, STEP, power grid
- use of energy: electric and thermal engines, static converters, electric transport, thermal engines, hydrogen-powered electric transport,supply of isolated sites, micro-networks, heating networks, etc.
- energy management: control/command, artificial intelligence for energy supervision, diagnosis and prognosis of energy sources, industrial computing
- audit and optimization of the energy chain: whether for the industrial world or for private individuals.
Accessible professions :
- research and development engineer in large industrial groups, design offices, etc.
- project manager in the field of energy
- further study in the field of energy research (PhD thesis).