ISAE-SUPAERO research activities have helped to make the school an international leader not only in terms of its aerospace engineering program but also its post-graduate programs including its masters (MSc) and doctoral programs in engineering sciences. Interdisciplinary approach is combined with the most advanced research on scientific knowledge, models, and methodological approaches. Furthermore active studies are performed in order to develop tools for designing aeronautics, space engineering and embedded systems from the expression and definition of requirements up to verification and validation (V & V) as well as qualification for certification.
The ISAE-SUPAERO research strategy integrates industrial and social sustainable development objectives while encompassing every aspect of aerospace system performance including security, safety, resilience, competitiveness, virtualization (digital), new technologies, and innovative processes, services and concepts.
NASA’s long-awaited Mars 2020 mission has been launched this summer. The “Perseverance” rover it is carrying will land on the red planet in February 2021 after a voyage of more than 7 months. The different technologies on SuperCam, a sophisticated Franco-American instrument installed on the rover’s mast, will study the planet’s environment. The Mars microphone developed by our researchers is one of the tools on SuperCam and will record the sounds of Mars for the first time !
Depuis plusieurs années, des élèves du Club M.A.R.S. de l’ISAE-SUPAERO ont l’opportunité de mener à bien une mission de simulation de vie martienne de plusieurs semaines dans la base MDRS située dans le désert de l’Utah. 6 étudiants de l’ISAE-SUPAERO ont réalisé une mission de 3 semaines de simulation de vie martienne dans le désert de l’Utah en février 2019. L’objectif : préparer de futures missions vers Mars.
The EntrySat project is a 3 units CubeSat developped by ISAE-SUPAERO students, in collaboration with ONERA and Toulouse University, funded by CNES for a launch in the framework of QB50 european initiative.
14 months of construction for the Europe’s largest windtunnel for academic aeroacoustic research.
He is a PhD student in the Aerodynamics, Energetics and Propulsion Department - DAEP.
He is a PhD student in the Departement of Aerospace vehicles Design and Control - DCAS.