ATSI (Automatique, Traitement du Signal et des Images) is the final year of the Master program in Control, Signal and Image Processing of Université Paris-Saclay.

It aims at giving students a training that allows them to address research topics of a high scientific level in the domains of systems and control, signal and image processing. This curriculum allows students to acquire solid skills in these themes but also to understand interactions with other disciplines, whether theoretical or applied. After graduating from the Master ATSI, students can continue with doctoral studies in academic or industrial environments or pursue a job in industrial research and development.

Université Paris-Saclay is a French federal research university, integrating several leading public universities, grandes écoles, and research centers (CNRS, CEA, INRIA, Onera…). It is located in the Saclay area, 20 km south of Paris, which also hosts research centers of private companies and comprises nearly 15% of French scientific research capacity.

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The master ATSI is one of the training programs in Artificial Intelligence labelled by the DATAIA Institute.


Program chairs: Aurélia Fraysse and Antoine Girard (master2rec-atsi.sciences@universite-paris-saclay.fr)

Secretary: Maryelle Fradin (sec-m2rec-atsi.sciences@universite-paris-saclay.fr)

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