Mechanical engineering

Many factors have affected energy transformation processes and mechanical systems in recent years. Industrial growth constantly requires more power and more productivity, and energy-related environmental challenges require us to optimize our resources and innovate in the areas of transportation, manufacturing production, and energy production.

The Master's program enables engineers and other professionals to specialize in mechanical engineering and to become proficient in technology transfer related to the industry.

In this program, students acquire advanced knowledge in mechanical engineering and develop the skills required to identify the technological requirements of specific companies. They also learn to define, justify, plan and complete an implementation project involving existing technology or applied research or development projects in the field of mechanical engineering.

Study programs and admission requirements

45-credit master's degree:
  • Master's degree in mechanical engineering
    • with thesis (research) (in French or English)
    • with project (courses) (in French)

30-credit specialized graduate degree (in French):
  • Specialized graduate degree in mechanical engineering

15-credit short program (in French):
  • Short program in mechanical engineering

An example of mechanical engineering

How can we help companies to manufacture quality parts at an acceptable cost while guaranteeing optimal productivity and preserving the health and safety of workers? Traditionally, the quality and price of a product have been priority factors in the development of mathematical models. Today, the development of a holistic approach that includes occupational health and safety and the environment has become essential.

Clean parts tooling without the use of toxic lubricants or the creation of harmful dust while generating a minimum amount of sound pollution has become a market imperative. In fact, many government standards call for companies to improve their production methods in order to reduce indirect health and environmental costs, and thereby maintain their competitiveness.

Clean and high-performing tooling is the passion of Professor Victor Songmene. Since his arrival at ÉTS, he has focused his work in the private sector and his expertise in mechanical engineering on reconciling productivity with sustainable development. Robotic deburring and parts finishing, the machinability of materials, and the performance of new alloys from a perspective of tooling speed and the reduction of nanoparticles produced by plants at the source are some examples of projects piloted by Professor Songmene.

Mechanical engineering research at ÉTS

Canada Research Chair in Biomaterials and Endovascular Implants
Research Chair in Protective Materials and Equipment for Occupational Safety and Health
Industrial Research Chair in Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency (T3E)
Sonomax-ÉTS Industrial Research Chair in In-Ear Technologies (CRITIAS)
Industrial Research Chair in Forming Technologies of High-Strength Alloys
Research Laboratory on the Nordic Environment Aerodynamics of Wind Turbines (NEAT)
Centre for Thermal Technology (CTT)
Research Laboratory in Machine, Process and Structural Dynamics (DYNAMO)
Work Safety and Industrial Analysis Research Team (ÉREST)
Research group on Digital Applications in Engineering and Technology (GRANIT)
Stress Analysis by Finite Element and Testing (ACEFE)
Products, Processes and Systems Engineering Laboratory (LIPPS | P2SEL)
Production Technologies Integration Laboratory (LITP)
Shape Memory Alloys and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (LAMSI)
Thermo-Fluids for Transport Laboratory (TFT)