Our research teams
DEOS has various teaching missions
The DEOS is extensively involved in ISAE SUPAERO educational programs, both in the engineering program and the Masters program. The following non-exhaustive list includes some of the courses overseen by the DEOS.
The courses managed by DEOS are the OT/SU - Earth Observation and Universe Sciences course (followed by the 3rd year of the Engineering program), the major Space Imaging, Navigation and Communication (SINC) of the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering and the M2R Advanced Communication Systems (ACS).
The DEOS in short
DEOS research activities
CIMI research team
MIcro Electronic Image Sensors
Study and development of image sensors on silicium for visible and near infrared radiation
Nano/microelectronics / Integrated circuits / Physics of semiconductor devices / Physics of photodetection
Effects of Space and Nuclear Radiation on Image Sensors and Design Hardening
Cryogenic temperature electronics
PAMPA research team
Photonics, Antenna, Microwave and PlasmA
Electromagnetic modeling for photonics and microwaves
Design of optoelectronic functions for data generation
Optical satellite ground telecommunications
Microwave Plasma Interaction
Nav research team
Navigation, Communication, Radar
Signal analysis and processing
Multi-source information fusion
ComIT research team
Communications and Information Theory
Multipurpose waveforms (e.g., spectrum sharing)
Physical layer security and electronic warfare
Error-correction-coding and precoding techniques
Efficient and secured resource allocation techniques
SSPA research team
Space Systems for Planetary Applications
Development of missions and associated technologies for the geophysical exploration of the solar system
Development and exploitation of InSight data,
Development of infrasound technologies for Earth and Venus
(coupling Earth Solid Atmosphere)
Asteroid exploration (regolith and microgravity)
Realization of the first ISAE CubeSat, EntrySat
DEOS Scientific Publications
(2021) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 503 (3). 3460-3471 ISSN 0035-8711
(2020) Signal Processing, 181 ISSN 0165-1684
(2020) IEEE Communications Letters, 25 (4). 1236 -1240 ISSN 1089-7798
(2020) Signal Processing, 181 107905 ISSN 0165-1684
(2021) Physics of Plasmas, 28 (3). 33503 ISSN 1070-664X
(2021) Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 126 (2). ISSN 2169-9097
(2020) Signal Processing, 179 107792 ISSN 0165-1684
(2021) Earth and Space Science, 8 (2). ISSN 2333-5084
(2021) International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, 31 (3). 787-805 ISSN 1049-8923
(2020) Icarus, 354 114060-114072 ISSN 0019-1035
Our Reserach News
French SUPERCAM instrument records audio from INGENUITY’s Fourth flight!
Perseverance was parked 80 metres from the small rotorcraft, which rose to...
PIONEERING ROBOTIC SYSTEMS TO FACILITATE MOON EXPLORATION
Exploration work is needed before we will be able to live on the Moon for...
A test bed for driving on Phobos
Gerald Imhof and Laura Passoni, majoring in Space Systems and supervised by...
Turn up the volume to hear the first sounds from Mars!
The main purpose of Perseverance is to select samples of Mars to be...