Teaching Department

Product Design and Industrial Systems Department


The Product Design and Industrial Systems Department is responsible for the following courses:

First year engineering programme courses:
Engineering programme specialisations:
Professional options:
Master's programmes:
Foundation Master's:
  • Mechanics & Environment

Degree apprenticeships: Industrial engineering courses.

The department also manages the workshops in buildings I and P and the virtual reality platform in building B.


Affiliated institution(s)
Academic Affairs
Teaching staff
  • Farouk BELKADI
  • Jean-Marc BENGUIGUI - Head of Low-Tech Engineering and Engineering for Ecological Transition
  • Gilles CARABIN
  • Raphael CHENOUARD - Head of Industrial Engineering specialisation
  • Catherine DA CUNHA - Head of Department
  • Inès DIB
  • Yasamin ESLAMI
  • Jérôme FRIANT
  • Jean-Yves HASCOET
  • Florent LAROCHE - Head of Engineering and digital sciences for art, culture and heritage
  • Thomas LECHEVALLIER - Head of Health and Humanitarian Engineer and Proficiency in Project Management
  • Tugdual LE NEEL
  • Olivier LEGOFF
  • Téo SAAL - Tutored Partner projects (P2T)
  • Jean-François PETIOT - Head of Science and Music
  • Emilie POIRSON
  • Matthieu RAUCH - Head of Product Engineering specialisation
  • Hervé THOMAS

Additional information

Information relating to the use of the workshop during Thursday's 'Free Session'
Located in I building, the workshop opens its doors every Thursday afternoon (with exceptions) to accommodate those wishing to work on extra-curricular projects.

In order to welcome you in the best working conditions, we ask that you kindly get in touch with technicians of the workshop to register for the planning of "Free Sessions" (see Contacts).

This technical appointment will be an opportunity to discuss your project (materials, tools and time needed to carry out, safety rules of the workshop, etc ...) and thus prepare the best course of actions for your Thursday afternoon.

Thank you for your understanding and see you at the workshop.

Published on June 23, 2003 Updated on June 19, 2024