The École Supérieure d’Art et de Design TALM-Le Mans will offer a specialisation in computational design and mechatronics as part of its Design option from the start of the 2018 academic year.
Unique in the art school scene in France, this course will bring students of art, engineering and computer science together under one Masters degree programme. It will focus on the impact of computational production methods on the organisation of work in the fields of the arts, design and architecture.
This two-year course is open to students who are already qualified to first degree level, and subject to a successful application and interview. It begins on 6 September 2018 and leads to the award of a Masters Degree (issued by the French Ministry of Culture).
To support this new course, the art school has recruited Ianis Lallemand, a designer and artist in the field of generative design, digital manufacturing and data design.