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Majors disciplines

Our students focus on one of these seven areas of expertise that are linked with one research department.

Advanced Aerodynamics and propulsion

  • Applied Aerodynamics
  • Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft
  • Advanced aerdynamics of turbomachinery
  • Physics and Modelling turbulence
  • Aeroacoustics
  • Numerical fluid mechanics and High Performance Computing
  • Multiphase Flow and Combustion

Aerodynamics, Energetics and Propulsion Department - DAEP:

The Aerodynamics, Energetics and Propulsion Department is comprised of 62 people, 30 research projects, including 5 European scale projects, and exceptional teaching and research testing equipment. The Department also hosts three research groups focusing on four topics defined by current scientific and socio-economic challenges and two key projects: the SAA wind tunnel and the IC3 Large eddy simulation code.
The DAEP publishes from 15-20 articles a year in the best international reviews. It participates in and is invited to the best international conferences on research themes (APS-DFD, TSFP, Turbo-Expo, ETC...).


Aerospace structures

  • Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft
  • Aerospace Structures
  • Computational Solid mechanics
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechanics of materials
  • Space Structures

Department of Mechanics, Structures and Materials - DMSM:

The Department of Mechanics, Structures and Materials organizes and supervises all the teaching activities associated with mechanics of deformable solids for ISAE SUPAERO programs, in synergy with the fundamental and applied research on aeronautics materials and structures. This strong interaction between teaching and research is the cornerstone of the department’s organizational basis. Hence, the department aims to encourage students and associated researchers, in keeping with a rigorous creativity approach, to develop both the expertise and open-mindedness needed to drive innovation and excellence. It is based on teams of Professors, and engineers, technicians and administrative staff who anchor work within the Institut Clément Ader. Researchers also lead and develop crossdisciplinary research areas as part of ISAE-RECHERCHE, thus globally contributing to the emergence of new research lines and new developments.

The activities of the DMSM are backed by strong partnerships.

Diverse research and R&D projects allow ISAE-SUPAERO students and auditors to experience methods and a working environment which completes the engineering approach learned in courses. Projects include student research projects and the major ANR research projects (National Research Agency) as well as FUI projects (Cross ministerial funding) spanning development phases from the pre-project phase to realization of demonstrators.


Aerospace systems and control

  • Multivariable systems
  • Control of flexible structures
  • Robust and optimal control
  • Systems identification and estimation
  • Non-linear control
  • Hybrid control
  • Avionics
  • Aircraft Power Architecture
  • Aircraft & Space Actuation Systems
  • Preliminary Design
  • Model & Sizing of Aircraft
  • Air Conditioning Systems

Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control (DCAS):

The ISAE-SUPAERO Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control (DCAS) supports activities related to design and control during development of aeronautics and space vehicles.
The DCAS included 35 permanent staff members (faculty, researchers, and engineers, technical and administrative staff) and around 45 non-permanent members including engineers on a contract basis, doctoral and post-doctoral students.
In particular, the DCAS manages a fleet of nine aircraft (1 Socata TB-20, 3 Robin DR- 400, 4 Aquila, 1 twin- engine Vulcan Air P68 Observer) at the Lasbordes Operational Center.


Embedded systems

  • Architecture and Programming of SW systems
  • Design and Synthesis of Hardware systems
  • Real Time Systems
  • Real Time Network
  • Model Based System Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
  • System Dependability
  • Certification

The Complex Systems Engineering Department (DISC):

The Complex Systems Engineering Department (DISC) of ISAE-SUPAERO develops knowledge in mathematics and computer science for the aerospace industry.
In education as in research, it is interested in models, methods and tools to control the behavior and the performances of complex systems. This complexity may come from the multiphysics or multiscale nature of the systems, their dynamic behavior or their connected and distributed structure.


Space systems

  • Space environment and effetcs
  • Mission analysis and orbital
  • Space communications systems
  • Space projects: tools for simulation
  • Space projects financial and legal
  • Satellite engineering and design
  • Advanced control and applications
  • Satellite AOCS
  • Launchers guidance and control
  • Satellite electrical systems
  • On board date handling subsystems: functions and architectures
  • Satellite thermal control systems
  • Estimation and filtering

Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control (DCAS):

The ISAE-SUPAERO Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control (DCAS) supports activities related to design and control during development of aeronautics and space vehicles.
The DCAS included 35 permanent staff members (faculty, researchers, and engineers, technical and administrative staff) and around 45 non-permanent members including engineers on a contract basis, doctoral and post-doctoral students.
In particular, the DCAS manages a fleet of nine aircraft (1 Socata TB-20, 3 Robin DR- 400, 4 Aquila, 1 twin- engine Vulcan Air P68 Observer) at the Lasbordes Operational Center.


Systems engineering

  • Systems Dependability
  • System Performance Assessment & Management
  • System Engineering Date Technical Data Management
  • Systems Design and Architecture
  • Introduction to verification & validation
  • System Modeling and Analysis
  • Airbus Study case: Systems Engineering & certification of the A380

The Complex Systems Engineering Department (DISC):

The Complex Systems Engineering Department (DISC) of ISAE-SUPAERO develops knowledge in mathematics and computer science for the aerospace industry.
In education as in research, it is interested in models, methods and tools to control the behavior and the performances of complex systems. This complexity may come from the multiphysics or multiscale nature of the systems, their dynamic behavior or their connected and distributed structure.


Space Imaging Navigation & Communication

  • Random signal processing and estimation
  • Electromagnetism
  • Wireless electronic systems
  • Satellites and orbits
  • Digital communications basics
  • Telecommunications and networks
  • Broadband satellite communication systems
  • Remote sensing and sensors
  • Satellite-based navigation

Department of Electronics, Optronics and Signal Processing (DEOS):

At ISAE SUPAERO, the Department of Electronics, Optronics and Signal Processing (DEOS) develops skills in signal processing, information processing, and data analysis.
In both teaching and research, the DEOS focuses on the entire information processing chain. This includes sensor and instrument design, signal implementation and transmission, data analysis and using data in advanced aeronautics and space application frameworks.

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