At the end of RADMEP Programme, students should be able to:
- Apply knowledge of radiation effects, microelectronics and photonics fundamentals
- Design and conduct experiments involving radiations, micro-nanotechnologies, photonic or optoelectronic technologies
- Analyse and interpret data by data processing or other advanced intelligence methods
- Identify, formulate and solve electronic or photonics problems
- Design a system, component, or process to meet industrial needs
- Have an ability to finctuion on multidisciplinary, multicultural and geographically spread teams
- Understand the professional and ethical responsibility
- Communicate effectivelyin oral, written and other media forms
- Have a broad education necessary to understand the impact of science solutions in a global and societal conext and to advance sustainability
- Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning and the ability to do so.
The definition of above learning qualities are variable as they are the result of the close involvement of our industrial partners in the learning design of RADMEP. Hence they are likely to change from one semester to another to best meet the requirements of employers.