Responsibles :

    Sophie Dupuy-Chessa
    Akram Idani

Secretary :

    Elena Leibowitch
    Tel : 04 76 82 72 65
    Bérangère Duc
    Tel : 04 76 63 57 89

    Advanced Information Systems and Software Engineering

More than ever, software applications and, more generally,
information systems play a strategic role in almost any organisation.

Nowadays, end-users are used to access customized information everywhere and at any time. This large scope of possibilities for end-users results in new challenges for software engineering : How can we handle system requirements involving small mobile devices as well as large scale distributed systems in terms of models, processes, development and verification techniques and tools ? How to deal with domain specific issues (e.g. health systems) ?

The AISSE option aims at introducing these new challenges in information systems and software engineering. It focuses on three main axes : software engineering, data management and models for information systems design. It presents new trends for distribution, flexibility, evolution and cooperation among information systems.


Courses take place on third semester and are all in english. Semester 4 is dedicated to an end of studies research project.

Specific courses to the option

Cross courses

12 ECTS of courses should be taken among the option's cross courses (below) or other cross courses of other options.

  • Engineering human-computer interaction (6 ECTS)
  • Information access and retrieval (3 ECTS)
  • Scientific methodology and performance evaluation (3 ECTS)
  • Software mining and ee-engineering (3 ECTS)
  • Software security, secure programming and computer forensic (3 ECTS)
  • Temporal and spatial informations (3 ECTS)

Equipes de recherche

Environnement et outils pour le génie logiciel industriel
Heterogenous autonomous distributed data services
Modélisation et Recherche d’Information Multimédia
Spatio-temporal information, adaptability, multimedia and knowledge representation
Systèmes d’Information - inGénierie et Modélisation Adaptables
Validation de Systèmes, Composants et Objets logiciels