In January, the scan 1st do not have as many DS as the other first cycle groups, they come later in the semester. Instead the students are involved in several SCAN projects. A group of students (4 to 6) works in partial autonomy to study a given situation during two weeks and will present it as well as their realisation in front of the group and some teachers. Each group is supervised by a second cycle teacher, to stay in the right direction. This is a small presentation of the projects you can encounter:
Have you ever dreamed of building a robot? Build one with legos and program it to make it grab a glass and transport it to another place.
With Fabrice Ville
Patient Monitoring System
Imagine and design a new patient health monitoring system that will be presented to potential investors.
With Eric McAdams
Implement and study the methods used to find prime numbers, required in numerous modern cryptographic systems, just like in The Imitation Game!
With Mathieu Cunche
Shape Memory Polymers
SMPs are the future of the thermally actived weak bicompatible molecular bonds! Design and manufacture various SMPs with INSA’s own 3D printers.
With Julien Réthone & Anne Maynadier
In 2014 Mr. Baumgartner fell from 30km up in the stratosphere and engaged in the fastest freefall of history. Model the fall and compare your values to the data recorded!
With Sophie Casanova
Have fun trying to study non solvable differential equations modelling the outflow of various reservoirs!
With David Pearson
Lego & Mechanical Design
Have fun building a slider crank with legos! Study theoretically and experimentally the trajectories and speed of each joint with sensors.
With Fabrice Ville
Synthesis of music
What’s behind your basic synthetizer? Understand the physics and maths of sound digitization in order to program our own music synthetizer!
With Jérôme Antoni
Non-circular chain wheel
Why are elliptical chain wheels gaining interest in the cycling community? Study the mechanics of cycling, and the advantages and differences in performance of such spockets.
With Philippe Velex
A380 Airbus Floor
With the RDM6 software, perform a theoretical study of the plane’s beams . What possible compromises are there between light and cheap materials, and resisting heavy loads.
With Sophie Casanova and Philippe Velex