Learn Top In-Demand Skills on the Job Market

From Basic Calculus to Artificial Intelligence

 

A Diverse Curriculum in Data Science

Disciplines taught in the Bachelor, in English. A pedagogical approach that relies extensively on Project-Based Learning

  • Data Mining

  • Computer Science

  • Big Data

  • Deep Learning

  • Machine Learning

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Mathematics

  • Physics

 
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See what our students can do

Project-Based Learning and Active Pedagogy are at the heart of our Philosophy

Students' Blogs

Because you need to know how to write as much as you need to know how to code

Mobile Applications

Prototypes proudly developed by our students

Data Visualization 

Have a glimpse of what you will be able to do after less than two years in our Bachelor

 

A collaboration with Strate, a top French Design School

Strate will be in charge of the organization of Design and Human Sciences related courses, and will open its Singapour campus for the third year

 

You are 40 minutes away from Paris by public transportation

 
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Application form is available: http://eisti.fr/fr/webform/contactbachelorygrec

If you have questions, you can contact the team at admission_bachelorY@universiteparisseine.fr

 

Teaching Staff

 

CONSTANZA ROJAS-MOLINA

Instructor in Mathematics

Born in Chile, where she did her undergraduate studies in mathematics before moving to Paris to do a Master in mathematics at the University Paris 6 (UPMC). This was followed by a PhD in mathematical physics at the Universite de Cergy-Pontoise (currently CY Cergy Paris Université). After her PhD, she spent time as visiting researcher in Stockholm, Paris and Maribor, in Slovenia. She then moved to Germany, where she she did a 2-year postdoc at the Analysis Group of the University of Munich, (LMU) thanks to a  Marie Curie Fellowship. This was followed by 2,5 years at the University of Bonn as a postdoc in the Probability Group, before obtaining a Junior-Professor position in Stochastics at the University of Düsseldorf.
After one year in Düsseldorf, she could not resist moving back to France to become part of the recently created International Bachelor Ygrec at CY Cergy Paris Université.
Her research focuses on the theory of random Schrödinger operators, a field of mathematical-physics that combines functional analysis, probability and physics. She collaborates with colleagues in France and abroad, in Germany, US, Poland, and Chile. She shares her working time among teaching, research and science communication. In the past years, her teaching involves both analysis and probability courses, to undergraduate and Master levels.