The creation of PRISM has opened a new field of action within research-based teaching and training. The association of forces previously dispersed within the Aix-Marseille University has led to new teaching proposals and a better mutualization of means.
This dynamics has enabled to create and restructure two new Master degrees associated with PRISM that started in the academic year 2018. These Masters are the natural breeding grounds for future PhD students within PRISM.
Training through research is an important mission of the PRISM laboratory. The laboratory is attached to 3 doctoral schools of Aix-Marseille University:
– ED 353 Sciences Pour l’Ingénieur
– ED 354 Languages, Letters and Arts
– ED 62 Life and Health Sciences
The laboratory has set up a doctoral action aiming to provide additional interdisciplinary training through research to doctoral students registered in the laboratory.
Master in Cinema and Audiovisual
Responsible for the training
Pascal Cesaro (Arts Department)
Isabelle Singer (SATIS Department)
The Master in Cinema and Audiovisuals offers high-level teaching in the field of audiovisual, cinematographic and multimedia production techniques, documentary filmmaking and research. It balances theory and professional applications and is based on project-based teaching. It simultaneously develops analytical and artistic skills, and for certain courses, the ability to work in a team and the ability to adapt.
The Master program offers 7 courses:
5 courses managed by the SATIS department of the UFR Sciences:
– Production and Directing Professions
– Image and Shooting Engineering
– Editing and Post-Production Engineering
– Image Sound Engineering
– Music for the Image
One of the fundamental objectives of the Master program is to optimize the students’ chances of integration. An original pedagogical system accompanies the process of each student by articulating the thesis, the choice of internships and the student’s personal project. In addition, many professionals are involved in the teaching to promote this program.
Master Acoustics and Musicology
The current needs of the industrial world and artistic creation are no longer moving in the direction of hyperspecialization and single-task jobs, but towards the development of the versatility of professionals in multiple sectors of activity. In their daily practice, they must integrate different skills requiring a dual approach, scientific and artistic, to sound and music, through the implementation of interdisciplinary knowledge.
This new Master program promotes interdisciplinarity but also constitutes a strong disciplinary training in the framework of two main courses:
The members of PRISM also participate in the following training programs:
– Bachelor’s degree in Musicology
– Licence 3 Sciences pour l’Ingénieur, Sciences Arts et Techniques de l’Image et du Son (SATIS)
– Master in Digital Creation