STI - Information Science and Engineering - S5-S6

Director: Julien HUILLERY


Communication and information processing systems have developed and become widespread in recent years. These technological systems, which are becoming more and more efficient, are now reaching a high level of complexity. In order to understand the challenges of a constantly evolving information society, it is necessary for a generalist engineer to acquire a set of basic knowledge in the field of information sciences and techniques, as well as a set of scientific tools and methods that will enable him/her to apprehend the challenges to come. The objective of the UE STI is to provide this global understanding of information processing techniques and their implementation. The level aimed for is sufficient to implement the elementary methods, interact with specialists in the field or to orientate oneself later on in a career linked to the associated disciplinary fields of Electronics and Signal Processing.

Learning Outcomes

  • Master the scientific bases of signal processing and electronics
  • Be able to understand the main functions present in an information processing system
  • Master the elementary techniques associated with these functions
  • Master the technological principles involved in the realisation of information processing systems



Electrical laws, analog filtering, operational amplifiers, binary coding, logic, functional analysis, complex numbers, elementary probability


Weighted mean: STItc0: 15%, STItc1: 40%, STItc2: 40%, STItc3: 5%