Vannes (Brittany), France

Engineering Technologies for Energy Transition

when 6 June 2023 - 12 July 2023
language English
duration 6 weeks
credits 12 EC
fee EUR 3360

This summer program will challenge you to develop your awareness of and reflect on crucial issues for future scientists and engineers.

Putting theory to practice is a defining feature of Icam’s teaching approach. Designed to explore the challenges of today’s complex issues such as climate change, energy transition, and sustainability, you will have the opportunity to apply technical skills and imagine creative solutions.

You will develop your knowledge and understanding in materials science, thermal dynamics and IoT, as well as project management and team working skills.

You will also be invited to take a step back and reflect on our current way of living, the trends in industrial production, consumption and the care we bring to our common home, our planet, with its limited resources.

Applied engineering approach with a multidisciplinary advantage: Materials science – Thermal Transfer – IoT (40 hrs of contact teaching)
Technical engineering group project in our Fablab (maker lab) (40 hours of lab and team work)
French Language and Culture (40 hrs of contact teaching)

Target group

Undergraduate students in Engineering or computer science.

Course aim

Located on Icam’s Vannes campus in the amazing setting of the Morbihan Gulf, this course combines theoretical concepts and technical skills with a focus on energy transition and sustainability. Students complete the program with the design and creation of a complex technological solution.

Credits info

12 EC

Fee info

EUR 3360: Students from non-partner universities
EUR 2750: Students from partner universities or from IAJES member universities


Merit-based. Please contact us.