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EXECUTIVE EDUCATION ISAE-SUPAERO 2023/2024 executive education Excellence with passion

Short courses: from 9 to 52 h Certificates of Advanced Studies: from 44 h to 114 h - provide ECTS CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies PGDip Post-Graduate Diplomas: 1 semester courses - 45 ECTS AM ADVANCED MASTERS - 75 ECTS 1 semester Academic courses* Professional thesis * Except for Artificial Intelligence & Business Transformation Advanced Master (part-time or apprenticeship rhythm) 2 ////////

ISAE-SUPAERO has been at the forefront of aerospace innovation since 1909. We have trained more than 22,000 engineers, who are contributing to the development of the aeronautics and space sector around the world. Our engineers’ vocation is to become future leaders in the aerospace industry and the world of tomorrow. We have developed an integrated approach with training, research and innovation in partnership with industrial stakeholders and a network of the best international universities. ISAE-SUPAERO Professional Education stems from our 15 Advanced Master Programs. These one-year professionally-oriented advanced studies degrees are built on close ties with industry professionals. They are therefore highly valued on the job market and graduates are unique because of their specialized knowledge and experience in a given field. Thanks to its close links with the aerospace industry, ISAE-SUPAERO has developed an innovative training offer to prepare highly employable experts, in response to the growing demands from this industry. Professionals from around the world come to ISAE-SUPAERO to experience our on- campus courses, including Certificates of Advanced Studies and short courses. Our professional development courses provide highly targeted learning to develop career-enhancing skills, which are dispensed by experts in the fields of Aeronautics, Space, Systems Engineering, Project Management and Digital Technologies. On-campus courses combine theoretical and research-based knowledge with practical hands-on experience through access to exceptional technical facilities. Learners also have access to unmatched networking opportunities. Our certificates and short courses offer an opportunity for working professionals to enroll in traditional ISAE-SUPAERO classes. They select one of the tens of ISAESUPAERO courses available and learn alongside our other learners. Our courses explore wide-ranging topics and are dispensed by prominent ISAESUPAERO faculty staff who are renowned internationally in their respective fields. About ISAE-SUPAERO Executive Education ///////// 3

Advanced Masters (Mastère Spécialisé®) & Postgraduate Diplomas AERONAUTICS / TAS AERO, Aeronautical Engineering, Aircraft Design & Flight test Engineering Structures and materials, Flight physics, Avionics and systems, Aircraft design engineering. / HADA, Helicopter, Aircraft and Drone Architecture Aircraft structures, Aircraft architecture, Fixed-wing aircraft certification, Helicopters & drones. / AMS, Aeronautical Maintenance and Support, Engineering & Management (with Airbus Helicopters) Aircraft general familiarization, Maintenance & health management analysis, Airworthiness, safety and human factors, Customer support, Supply chain and recycling. / ASAA, Aviation Safety: Aircraft Airworthiness (with ENAC & École de l’Air et de l’Espace) Aeronautical techniques and study of aircraft systems, Air Transport safety, Airworthiness. / AES, Aeronautical and Space Structures Methods & tools for engineering & dynamics, Aerospace systems architecture, Dynamics & physics, Aerospace program & technologies. / SPA, Systèmes de Propulsion Aérospatiale (Taught in French) Propulsion systems, Energetics and aerodynamics, Aerothermal and all types of propulsion technologies. / AMPAS, Advanced Manufacturing Processes for Aeronautical and Space Structures (with IMT Mines Albi-Carmaux) Material and process basic scientific knowledge, Composite structure forming and machining processes, Metallic structure forming and machining processes, Industrial organization and management. / IEVEX, Experimental Flight Test Engineering (taught in French, with EPNER) Flight mechanics, Automatic control and aircraft control, Mathematics, Aerospace technics, Propulsion tests, Embedded-systems tests, Flight safety tests. PGDip AM PGDip AM PGDip AM AM AM AM PGDip AM Some diplomas are also accessible via Validation of Acquired Experience process PGDip AM 4 ////////

PROJECT MANAGEMENT / APM, Aerospace Project Management (with ENAC & École de l’Air et de l’Espace) Aerospace sector overview, economics and finance, Knowledge management in multicultural team project. / MGPIE, Management de Projets Innovants et Entrepreneuriat MGPIE will be offered entirely in English for the start of the 2024 academic year. This program has become IEM - “Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management”, and is getting its accreditation renewed by the CGE. Project management (including agile & scrum methods), strategic planning, Lean methods, leadership, market studies, business model design, intrapreneurship, creativity and open innovation. PGDip AM AM DIGITAL / AIBT, Artificial Intelligence and Business Transformation (with TBS Education & IRT Saint Exupéry) Data integration, Machine learning, AI certification, Business data and Project Management. /EMS, Embedded Systems (with INP-ENSEEIHT) Embedded Systems core, Energy, Networks, Embedded Systems design, Applications. AM AM SYSTEMS ENGINEERING /SEN, Systems Engineering Systems modelling and analysis, Systems engineering data technical management, Systems dependability, Systems performance assessments & management, Systems design and Architecture. PGDip AM SPACE / TAS ASTRO, Space Systems Engineering & Space Exploration Missions & systems, Space programs sub-systems: satellites & launchers. / SPAPS, Space Applications and Services (with Airbus Defence & Space) Satellite-based earth observation applications and services, Space telecommunications and services, Navigation, Space legal and business issues. PGDip AM PGDip AM NEW ///////// 5

Our Executive Education team Our team is here for you, let’s discover who you can contact depending on your needs. • You already know which course you are interested in but are looking for more information. • You need help with funding and administrative issues for your training Thibault Brémaud Head of Executive Education development & ECATA administrator • You want to discuss a new training need for your staff members. • You are looking for Executive Education collaborations between your company & ISAE-SUPAERO. Charlotte Bacquet ECATA Programm coordinator • You are a company or a professional and you are looking for information on the ECATA European program. • You need help with administrative and logistics issues for your training. Jessica Alix Executive Education Senior Advisor & Promotion Manager • You are a professional and want information on our training programs (Advanced Masters, Certificates, short courses...). • You need help to understand which course/ certificate you can take. info.exed@isae-supaero.fr Laetitia Biscarros Executive Education coordinator 6 ////////

Summary Human factors and neuroergonomics 8 Helicopter, Aircraft and Drone Architecture 10 Maintenance & Support 13 Aviation Safety & Aircraft Airworthiness 15 Aerospace Structures 18 Space Systems Engineering 25 Space Applications & Services 27 AERONAUTICS Project Management & Innovation 22 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Artificial Intelligence 19 DIGITAL SPACE Systems Engineering 29 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ///////// 7

Human factors and neuroergonomics for aeronautics & transportation - HF1 Raphaëlle Roy 4 short courses: HF400, HF410, HF420, HF430 Objectives: Multi-disciplinary approach to understand human behavior and performance. Master concepts to design safer and more efficient systems that take the human operator into account. At ISAE-SUPAERO, I belong to a lab of experts in Human Factors and Neuroergonomics. We have been carrying out cutting edge research since 2015 using machine learning and algorithms to recognize stress and fatigue, in order to develop real-time crew monitoring methods and innovative systems for designing adapting cockpits. Our research is closely linked to professional applications and the short courses we offer can be a good opportunity for professionals to better understand human behavior and performance. We use flight simulators and assess pilots’ brain activity but the structure of these courses enables a multi-disciplinary approach to be taken that goes far beyond the aerospace sector. Raphaëlle Roy, Course Director Human Factors European Association for Aviation Psychology AERONAUTICS CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM Aeronautical Engineering (TAS AERO) ISAE-SUPAERO Human Factors training programs in aviation are of very high quality. EAAP Board The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog 8 ////////

Understanding human behavior - HF400 Course supervisor: Raphaëlle Roy, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Nervous system; Vigilance, Fatigue & Rhythms; Perception; Attention & Executive Control; Emotions, Memory & Learning, Decision Making; Application Focuses: Pilot/Autopilot Conflict, Airline Pilot Experience. Humans at work - HF410 Course supervisor: Raphaëlle Roy, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Cognitive and Physical Ergonomics; Activity Analysis; Crew Resource Management and Reasoning Biases, Social Psychology; Application Focuses: Cockpit Design, Airbus, Dassault and DSNA Human Factors perspective. Experimentation and measures - HF420 Course supervisor: Sébastien Scannella, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Initiation to Experimentation; Ethics; Eye-tracking; Electrocardiography; Electroencephalography; Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy; Application Focus: Certification, Aviation/Aerospace psychology & medicine. Advanced techniques - HF430 Course supervisor: Raphaëlle Roy, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Signal processing for physiological data; Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data; Passive Brain Computer Interfaces as tools for Neuroergonomics; Simulator studies; Application Focuses: Experimental work using real light airplanes; Accidentology. HF1 - Human Factors AERONAUTICS ///////// 9

Helicopter, Aircraft and Drone Architecture The Helicopter, Aircraft and Drone Architecture (HADA) Advanced Master Program has been jointly designed and developed by ISAE-SUPAERO and Airbus Helicopters. It provides a high-level of engineering and technical skills for careers in the aircraft, helicopter and drone industries. Our courses and certificates provide skills required for aeronautical engineers (architecture, certification and structures) and specific skills to identify and implement solutions for aircraft, helicopter and drone projects. This program prepares participants for a wide range of professional opportunities from design, certification and operation of civil and military aircraft, drones and helicopters in France and abroad. Jean-Marc Moschetta, Program Head AERONAUTICS From the AM Helicopter, Aircraft and Drone Architecture (HADA) UAV Systems - HAD1 Jean-Marc Moschetta 4 short courses: HAD500, HAD501, HAD502, HAD503 Objectives: Understanding Unmanned Aerial Systems from design to operations. Helicopter Engineering 1 - HE1 Jean-Marc Moschetta 3 short courses: THE1, THE2, THE3 Objectives: Understanding helicopter flight dynamics, vibration and construction technics. Helicopter Engineering 2 - HE2 Jean-Marc Moschetta 2 short courses: THE4, THE5 Objectives: Mastering helicopter embedded systems, flight tests and production quality. CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog 10 ////////

Drones systems: design and mission - HAD500 Course supervisor: Christophe Duverger, THALES Key contents: Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems. Concepts and use cases: military and civil operations, regulations; air vehicle classification and main vehicles description; systems architecture and certification; payloads description and interest; trends: market, roadmaps, programs, studies and future needs. Payload and sensors for UAVs - HAD501 Course supervisor: Nicolas Rivière, ONERA Key contents: Review of sensors and payloads for UAVs: EO/IR sensors, radars, laser range finders, LiDAR. Image processing. Introduction to navigation through vision, SLAM. Drone safety and airworthiness - HAD502 Course supervisor: Catherine Ronflé-Nadaud, DGAC Key contents: UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) operations are risk-based while access to the airspace is performance-based. This module presents how UAS airworthiness is managed depending on the operation and how the air risk could be mitigated with UAS traffic management. Drone guidance and navigation - HAD503 Course supervisor: Yves Brière, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Architecture of embedded systems as applied to drones: autopilots, sensors, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), modems. Basic concepts of guidance and navigation for drones. Practical lab work sessions on quadrotors. VTOL Drones - HAD506 Course supervisor: Damien Chevrey, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Introduction to VTOL Drones, autonomy levels, navigation in hostile environment, communication performance, ship-deck landing. Military and civil architectures, artificial-intelligence-based autonomous architecture. HAD1 - UAV Systems AERONAUTICS ///////// 11

Understanding helicopters - THE1 Course supervisor: Didier Casolaro, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Rotor aerodynamics, helicopter flight qualities, helicopter performance, noise analysis and pre-design methods. Helicopter dynamics - THE2 Course supervisor: Rémi Coisnon, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Rotor dynamics, helicopter internal noise, structural dynamics and aero elasticity, fatigue and safety. Helicopter materials and technology - THE3 Course supervisor: Marc-Antoine Celli, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Helicopter production materials and technologies, composite materials, blade technology, rotor hub technology, gear box mechanisms, fatigue phenomenon, finite element methods as applied to helicopters. Helicopter avionics systems - THE4 Course supervisor: Erwan Guillanton, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignan Key contents: Radio communication, navigation and guidance. Helicopter Fly By Wire. Cockpit ergonomics, system integration, reliability and safety analysis. Human-machine interface. Helicopter: Prototypes, tests, production, quality - THE5 Course supervisor: Nicolas Vidal, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Helicopter flight test and integration. Value analysis and production methods. Aeronautical regulation and quality. Computer aided production management, helicopter maintenance. HE1 - Helicopter Engineering 1 HE2 - Helicopter Engineering 2 AERONAUTICS 12 ////////

Maintenance & Support Airworthiness & human factors for maintenance - AMS1 Joël Jézégou 2 short courses: AMS500, AMS600 Objectives: Understand continuing and continued airworthiness regulations, complemented by ETOPS operational approval and aircraft transfer. Understand safety aspects through human factors concepts and tools for a practical implementation of Safety Management System in an MRO environment. The Aeronautical Maintenance and Support Engineering and Management - AMS E&M - Advanced Master Program delivers the appropriate high-level competencies and know-how in aircraft architecture, maintenance and support dispensed by experts. The course provides exposure to the latest techniques and methods, regulations and standards that apply throughout this value chain. The certificates and short courses we offer will help participants increase their skills to perform in the fast-changing global Maintenance & Support industry. Joël Jezegou, Program Head AERONAUTICS CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM Aeronautical Maintenance and Support Engineering and Management (AMS E&M) AMS1 - Airworthiness & human factors for maintenance Continuing and continued airworthiness - AMS500 Course supervisor: Joël Jézégou, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: EASA Part-21 Continued airworthiness process and in-service occurrence reporting EASA Continuing airworthiness regulations (Part-M, Part145, Part-147, Part-66); ETOPS operations (approval, maintenance requirements and practices); aircraft transfer. Human factors and Safety Management System in Aeronautical Maintenance - AMS600 Couse supervisor: Christine GarcesZylawski, AIR FRANCE Key contents: Human factors (individual and collective human performance and limitations, role of management); Safety Management System (SMS) concept, organization and responsibilities; risk management techniques in aeronautical maintenance environment (strategies, models: bowtie/ Reason/PEAR, techniques: MEDA/MLOSA); safety culture promotion. The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 13

AERONAUTICS Aircraft structure and materials for aircraft maintenance engineer - AMS103a Course supervisor: Jean-Fred Begue, DGA Key contents: Flight and ground loads; fatigue and ageing aircraft (fatigue phenomena, endurance-initiation propagation, fracture mechanics, widespread fatigue damage, fatigue and damage tolerance for composite structures) airframe and engines materials (performance criteria, properties, applications); non-destructive tests (processes, techniques); introduction to additive layer manufacturing. Structural repairs - AMS103b Course supervisor: Jean-Fred Begue, DGA Key contents: Structural repairs (damage, repair scenarios and criteria, methodologies, justification, approval, SRM). Aviation regulation and airworthiness - AMS107a Course supervisor: Joël Jézégou, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Aviation safety objectives; international conventions and ICAO; European regulations and EASA; airworthiness regulation (initial type certification, certification of changes, continued airworthiness); overview of operations regulation. Aircraft safety analysis - AMS107b Course supervisor: Joël Jézégou, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Safety of complex system principles; safety and reliability studies (FHA, PSSA, SSA); common cause analysis (PRA, ZSA, CMA). Predictive maintenance and data analytics - AMS301 Course supervisor: Fabrice Lebeau, DASSAULT AVIATION Key contents: Prognostics and health management (PHM) and predictive maintenance concepts; applications in aeronautics from aircraft data generation to development of addedvalue services; introduction to data science and machine learning techniques; usage of data analytics for maintenance purposes. 14 ////////

Aircraft Engineering for Certification of Avionics & Systems - AEC1 Joël Jézégou 2 short courses: AW9, AW10 Objectives: Acquire a comprehensive understanding of aircraft avionics, general systems and cabin, with due consideration given to technical skills for an airworthiness engineer and relevant certification requirements. Aircraft Engineering for Certification of Flight and Structure - AEC2 Joël Jézégou 2 short courses: AW7, AW8 Objectives: Acquire a comprehensive understanding of aircraft flight dynamics, structure and materials, with due consideration given on technical skills for an airworthiness engineer and on relevant certification requirements. The Aviation Safety: Aircraft Airworthiness – ASAA – Advanced Master Program aims at giving future managers a broad understanding of the issues and priorities in Airworthiness. We focus on providing skills that are essential to air transport safety and range from design to operations, within the international legal environment. Our certificates and short courses stemming from this Advanced Master course cover both aspects of certification and legal and economic implications. Joël Jezegou, Head of Program AERONAUTICS Aviation Safety & Aircraft Airworthiness CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM Aviation Safety & Aircraft Airworthiness (ASAA) The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 15

Environmental certification - AW4 Course supervisor: Fabrice Tristant, DASSAULT AVIATION Key contents: Aircraft engine emissions; aircraft noise; lightning phenomena and protection; icing and ice protection; electro-magnetic hazards (EMH). Normal-category aircraft and unconventional products certification - AW6 Course supervisor: Joël Jézégou, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Understanding Regulation proportionality and CS-23; Technological innovation and certification; electrical and hybrid vehicles; UAVs; New air mobility challenges. Avionics - AW9 Course supervisor: Lionel Bertin, AIRBUS Key contents: Airplane avionics functions and systems: communication, navigation and surveillance, autoflight system, flight management system, electronic centralized aircraft monitoring; Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) architecture and certification; connected aircraft and related certification challenges. General Systems and cabin - AW10 Course supervisor: Joël Jézégou, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Airplane general systems and cabin architecture, certification requirements: covering electrical systems, hydraulic systems, flight controls, landing gear, pneumatic systems and ice protection systems, fuel systems, oxygen systems, fire protection, cabin and cargo arrangement and safety. AEC1 Aircraft Engineering for Certification of Avionics & Systems AERONAUTICS 16 ////////

AEC2 Aircraft Engineering for Certification of Flight and Structures AERONAUTICS Flight - AW7 Course supervisor: Jacques Verrière, pilot & flight safety expert Key contents: Jet airplane principles of straight and steady level flight; high speed cruise performance; climb and acceleration performance; maneuvering performance; take-off and landing performance; handling qualities; stability and control; dynamic stability; certification requirements. Structure - AW8 Course supervisor: Laurent Michel, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Airplane airframe architecture; Materials performance criteria and properties; Flight and ground loads; Fatigue of aircraft structure; Ageing aircraft; Certification of composite structures; Applicable certification requirements and compliance demonstration. Engine and powerplant - AW11 Course supervisor: Xavier Carbonneau, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Engine thermodynamics; engine control, engine certification; turboshaft and turbopropeller; Auxiliary Power Units (APU); powerplant integration and certification. ///////// 17

Aerospace Structures Structural shells analysis & modeling - SA410 Course supervisor: Yves Gourinat, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Calculation of symmetric membranes; Equations of discrete dynamics; Dynamics of solid continuous media; hybrid systems; Reissner’s general shell theory. Advanced numerical methods - SA411 Course supervisor: Christine Espinosa, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Explicit FEM models: Explicit algorithms, Matrix variability, Material modelling, Rapid dynamics. Particle techniques: SPH method, Fragmentation & fluid interaction. Flexible structure dynamics: modeling & control - SA402 Course supervisor: Daniel Alazard, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Modelling of flexible structures: Lagrange equations, notions of effective masses, Substructuring, modal analysis of flexible structures, colocation of actuators/sensors, model reduction. Theory of linear servoing: transfer function/state representation, modal analysis, root location, frequency analysis, stability margins, gain/phase control of flexible modes. Introduction to strategic management: an application to the aviation industry - SA409 Course supervisor: Paul Chiambaretto, MONTPELLIER BUSINESS SCHOOL Key contents: Specificities of civil aircraft construction; Situation of the Airbus-BOEING cluster; Civil aviation activity since 1952 (traffic, transport and fleet); Difficult technical compromises in product definition; Industrial, commercial and financial management of an activity in global competition. The Aeronautical & Space Structures Advanced Master Program prepares engineers for a future career in design, R&D, or certification, in connection with mechanical engineering applied to structures. Our Master program is a European reference in the field and we have identified 4 short courses that can be taken by professionals. You can thus increase your skills in numerical calculation for the most advanced structures, your knowledge of materials, as well as your understanding of how they interact with the environment, in particular loads and fluid-structure interactions. Yves Gourinat, Program Head AERONAUTICS From the AM Aeronautical & Space Structures (AES) The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog 18 ////////

Artificial Intelligence ISAE-SUPAERO has been committed to the AI industrial and universities ecosystem from 2011. ANITI brings together players and universities who share the goal of making Toulouse the AI world leader. ISAE-SUPAERO enhances executives’ skills - and especially targets those who graduated before the “AI wave” - working in all economic sectors. Our Artificial Intelligence & Business Transformation Advanced Master Program is a part-time training program (also accessible in apprenticeship format if you are under 30) for technical managers or highpotential managers. Certificates of Advanced Studies will enable you to focus on strategic topics in your career path. Nicolas Drougard, Program Head Artificial Intelligence Toulouse Institute DIGITAL Data integration and processing for value creation - AIBT1 Nicolas Drougard 3 short courses: AIBT101, AIBT102, AIBT103 Objectives: Understand key components of ETL-based data warehousing. Devise indicators on data quality and management. Implement the distribution of simple operations via the Map/Reduce principle in Spark. Connect on a cloud computing engine. Understand the usefulness of containers. Deploy a Docker container. AI oriented business model design - AIBT2 Nicolas Drougard 3 short courses: AIBT101, AIBT104, AIBT107 Objectives: Discover how modern AI has an impact on businesses. Know about the main legal aspects of data and learn about “platforms” business models. Understand the impact of Big Data and Deep Learning on innovation. Development & deployment of efficient AI technologies - AIBT3 Nicolas Drougard 3 short courses: AIBT106, AIBT 108, AIBT 110 Objectives: Explore the data analytics workflow. Discover a general overview of Machine Learning, Supervised and Unsupervised Learning. Know the main bottlenecks and challenges of data-driven approaches. Discover Reinforcement Learning and main concepts of modern Deep learning algorithms. CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM AI & Business Transformation (AIBT) Professional certification «Chef de projets en Intelligence Artificielle et Science des Données (MS)» - RNCP 35609 The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 19

Data integration and exploration - AIBT102 Course supervisor: Bilel Sdiri, TRIMANE Key contents: Data Warehousing; History and recent evolutions; Architecture; Key functions; Layers. Data quality; Indicators; improvement. Data visualization; visual perception; tools. Big data processing - AIBT103 Course supervisor: Guilaume Eynard-Bontemps, CNES Key contents: Distributed computing with Spark; MapReduce paradigm; Hadoop Stack; Hadoop Distributed File System. Virtualization and cloud computing; Economical models; Technical benefits; cloud engines. Docker. Introduction to modern AI - AIBT101 Course supervisor: Michaël Hoarau, AMAZON WEB SERVICES Key contents: AI Basics; Machine Learning; Unsupervised and Reinforcement Learning. Fueling AI; Understanding the relationship between problem framing. Business outcomes and applicable algorithms. Business intelligence and business models. Major Business and AI success stories The business of data - AIBT104 Course supervisor: Olivier Flebus, VITESCO et Grégory Voss, TBS EDUCATION Key contents: AI in the world, geostrategic point of view through data and cloud. Legal environment (GDPR and beyond). New economy and the sharing economy. Open data. Data value creation - AIBT107 Course supervisor: Serge Nyama, TBS EDUCATION Key contents: AI and the marginal value of data, of algorithms. Changing the cost of prediction. Machine learning, market structure and competition; impact of productivity growth on employment. The impact of artificial intelligence on innovation. AIBT1 Data integration and processing for value creation AIBT2 AI oriented business model design DIGITAL 20 ////////

Machine learning and data analytics - AIBT106 Course supervisor: Jonathan Sprauel, THALES ALENIA SPACE Key contents: The data analytics workflow; General overview of Machine Learning; Unsupervised Learning. Ensemble methods; Anomaly detection; Bio-inspired ML, Neural Networks and Deep Learning. Feature engineering and data preprocessing. Sequential decision making in AI - AIBT108 Course supervisor: Florent Teichteil-Koenigsbuch, AIRBUS et Emmanuel Rachelson, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Reinforcement Learning (RL); modern Deep RL algorithms. Scheduling; optimization methods, modeling frameworks. Path Planning, path algorithms, heuristic search, motion planning. Decentralized decision making; Multi-agent concepts and game theory. Collaborative and adversarial decision making. AI certification, robustness and dependability - AIBT110 Course supervisor: Grégory Flandin, IRT SAINT-EXUPERY Key contents: Learning algorithms and robustness, interpretability and explainability, certificability. Norms in the aerospace and automotive industries; human/machine couple in the decision process. Certification of systems based on AI; main legal initiatives on the subject; major technology trends underlying norms on AI. Links between usual engineering validation processes and their use on AI. Optimization topics for AI - AIBT105 Course supervisor: Xavier Olive, ONERA Key contents: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Optimization. Gradient Descent Optimization. Gradient based optimization methods; Convergence in Deep Learning. Discrete optimization; Discrete satisfaction and optimization methods. Metaheuristics; genetic algorithms; stochastic methods, CMA-ES, cross-entropy. Change management - AIBT109 Julius Akinyemi, TBS EDUCATION Key contents: Change management; Innovation organization and management. Entrepreneurial ecosystem in AI in Montréal; Relocation of AI innovation from big business to startups; Meetings with testimonials from entrepreneurs and major companies. AIBT3 Development & deployment of efficient AI technologies DIGITAL ///////// 21

Project Management & Innovation Top managers need to master technical and managerial skills. Project management requires mastering a wide scope of knowledge and know-how adapted to this challenging worldwide business. To address these needs, ISAE-SUPAERO offers 2 Advanced Master programs: • The Aerospace Project Management – APM - Advanced Master Program provides participants with cuttingedge knowledge and the skills required to lead Project or Program teams in the global aerospace and defense industry. • The Management de Projets Innovants & Entrepreneuriat - MGPIE, Advanced Master Program fully taught in French – focusing on developing innovation skills, as well as entrepreneurial methods and tools. Those skills are increasingly critical to our industry and we offer 1 certificate and 9 short courses to professionals who are seeking to boost their skills. Philippe Girard, Program Head PROJECT MANAGEMENT From the AM Aerospace Project Management (APM) Preparation to PMI certification - PMI1 part-time 2 days/week, Philippe Girard. Objectives: Get trained by PMBOK experts to prepare the CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) or PMP® (Project Management Professional) exams. PMI certification is well-known, acknowledged and appreciated all over the world. The teachers are certified themselves and reference PMBOK experts. CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies Idéation et innovation technologique - MP1 Philippe Girard 4 short courses: MP151, MP152, MP255, MP311 Objectives: Discover Design thinking approach, make a prototype and acquire a basic understanding of neurosciences and cognition to enhance your creativity skills. Understand recent collective intelligence and open innovation tools to manage and boost teams and facilitate teamwork. Acquire communication process and management style knowledge. From the AM Management de Projets Innovants & Entrepreneuriat (MGPIE) Project Management - AIBT 100 part-time (3x1 week), Nicolas Drougard Key contents : Project Management principles (OBS, WBS, planning, risk & control, Agile &V cycle), Data governance, digital transformation, Systems engineering (principles, methods and architecture and MBSE), Newways of working, Agile@scale implementation, Value Proposition & business model, Project presentation & Pitch, PMBok® presentation, Cybersecurity & risk management, Change management. From the AM AI & Business Transformation (AIBT) The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog 22 ////////

Design Thinking - MP151 Course supervisor: Pascale Ripoll, AGIL’INNOV Key contents: Discover Design thinking methodology, User observation and interviews, Customer Journey Map and quick prototyping. Créativité - MP152 Course supervisor: Valérie Sanchis, Frugal Innovation Consultant Key contents: Neuroscience and cognition fundamentals to understand creativity mechanism; Creativity boosters (CPS, ASIT methods) and creativity session leadership for innovation projects. Intelligence collective - MP255 Course supervisor: Anne-Hélène Labissy, ALTER HUMAN Key contents: Collective and participatory dynamics, collaborative leadership, Collective Intelligence tools (including numerical tools) and team coaching and facilitation fundamentals. Open Innovation - MP311 Course supervisor: Cyril Durand, OCÉAN BLEU Key contents: Open Innovation approach and management, partnerships modes, Intellectual Property topics, open source patents and software mindsets. MP1 Idéation et innovation technologique Taught in French PROJECT MANAGEMENT MP311 course can only be attended as part of the MP1 certificate ///////// 23

Conduite et gestion de projet - MP201 Course supervisor: Frédéric Minart, INDIANA CONSEIL & FORMATION Key contents: Project management overview (organization and steering notions), project simulation, risk and events management. Project environment: human factors, after-project steps, customer/ subcontractor relationship management. Négociation - MP 253 Course supervisor: Vincent Frey, KEDGE BS Key contents: Negotiation strategies, identifying rational and irrational needs, designing win-win proposals, stand definition and defense, trust building; uncertainty management, conflict management, creativity and strategy plans. Lean Startup - MP303 Course supervisor: Youenn Cosotti, BACK MARKET et Nicolas Prévitali, UBER FRANCE Key contents: Reducing time to market, customer-centric and MVP (Minimum Viable Product) approaches. Business models, Osterwalde matrix, product or service prototyping, Mock up and wireframes tools, early adopters community management, Defining, analyzing and reporting key performance indicators. Méthodes Agile et scrum - MP312 Course supervisor: Géry Schneider, IBM Key contents: Customer-centric project management approach, team productivity boosters (versatility, multitasking), Agile approach introduction: values, principles and most commonly used methods (Kanban, Scrum…). Taught in French PROJECT MANAGEMENT 24 ////////

SPACE Space Systems Engineering The TAS Astro - Space Systems Engineering - Advanced Master Program allows trainees to develop a high level of multidisciplinary skills in space science, space systems engineering and space project management. Almost 1 in 5 students graduating at ISAE-SUPAERO go on to work in the space sector and we have a unique position in the ecosystem with space agencies, research agencies and industrial companies in an international environment. Stéphanie Lizy-Destrez, Program Head Space environment and effects - IS413 Course supervisor: Angelica Sicart-Piet, ONERA Key contents: Knowledge of the physics of the space environment encountered by the vehicle; constraints imposed by the environment; training techniques for predicting effects on materials, electronic components and embedded systems. Various solutions to mitigate degradations and impacts on the system involved. Mission analysis and orbital mechanics - IS415 Course supervisor: Stéphanie Lizy-Destrez, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Concepts of basic astrodynamics related to the development and control of the LEO, GEO or interplanetary space trajectories. Launchers architecture - IS431 Course supervisor: Luc Gonidou, CNES Key contents: Main design processes for launchers. Different types of launchers, functions breakdown, links between functions and subsystems. Applications on staging and performances. Launchers guidance and control - IS453 Course supervisor: Stéphanie Lizy-Destrez, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Control and Guidance algorithms: principles, operational uses, exchange parameters. Principles and components of the inertial navigation techniques. Specification and design of the inertial measurement units (IMU). System trend for future launchers. IS1 – Launchers IS415, IS431, IS453 courses can only be attended as part of the IS1 certificate Launchers - IS1 Stéphanie Lizy-Destrez 4 short courses: IS413, IS415, IS431, IS453 Objectives: Understand the main design processes for launchers. Master the concepts of basic astrodynamics related to the guidance of LEO, GEO and interplanetary space trajectories. Acquire knowledge of the physics of the space environment encountered by the vehicle. Discover Control and Guidance algorithms and the principles of inertial navigation techniques. CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM Space Systems Engineering (TAS ASTRO) The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 25

Space communications systems - IS418 Course supervisor: José Radzik, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Introduction to Satellite Communications Systems; Satellite communications systems architectures and components; Types of orbits, radio regulations. Link Analysis; Digital communications; Satellite networking; Multibeam satellite systems. Satellite communications payload; Performance objectives and functions; Repeater architecture; Antenna coverage concepts. Space surveillance - IS440 Course supervisor: Carlos Yanez, CNES Key contents: General overview on space debris (origin, sources, risks, evolution) including concepts about Space Surveillance and Tracking (SST). Different techniques used: Orbit Determination, Observation-to-Object association problem, Collision Risk Management, Time of Closest Approach(TCA), computation of the Probability of Collision(PoC) with a shortencounter method. Space systems architecture - IS450a Course supervisor: Jérémie Chaix, AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE Key contents: Mission analysis; Orbitography; Tracking error analysis. Radio communications; Satellite emitter power; Station emitter power; Link budget calculation. Thermal analysis; External flux analysis; Temperatures calculation. Power subsystem; Solar panel sizing; Battery sizing; Global analysis. Attitude control system; External torques analysis; Performance requirements; Architecture definition; Actuators and sensors sizing. Systems engineering of space systems - IS552 Course supervisor: Frédéric Faye, AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE Key contents: Juice spacecraft system design approach; Mission concept and astrometry measurement principle; Spacecraft design elaboration; Spacecraft design evolutions from advanced studies to frozen design; Spacecraft autonomy and failure management; Development model philosophy; Test facilities and environmental test campaigns; Functional verification; Performance verification; Juice project management. Implementation of Juice within the ESA space science program; Industrial organization and team build up. SPACE 26 ////////

Earth Observation - APS1 Raphaël Garcia 3 short courses: APS302, APS303, APS304 Objectives: Master the basics of image processing. Identify relevant analytics for end users. Develop the processing chain needed to obtain the corresponding data. Have a broad view of the services that can be provided based on spatial imagery. Be able to identify the performances of space data analysis related to intelligence application requirements. Satellite Telecommunication Network - APS2 Raphaël Garcia 2 short courses: APS401, APS402 Objectives: Understand the principles of IP network architectures. Be able to characterize the end-to-end quality of service and identify the distribution of objectives by segments. Be able to identify protocols and equipment needed for secured network architecture. Be able to describe network topology and define roles. Understand the impact of the satellite link on end-to-end quality of service. Understand satellite link major dimensioning parameters and adaptation to the radiofrequency channel. Be able to determine user experience quality. Space Applications & Services We offer a Space Applications & Services - SPAPS - Advanced Master Program, which gives participants a broad understanding of space systems and their environment, constraints and capacities in the fields of earth observation, communications and navigation. Raphaël Garcia, Program Head SPACE CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies From the AM Space Applications & Services (SPAPS) The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 27

Image processing and data analysis - APS302 Course supervisor: Laurent Guillaume, AIRBUS DEFENSE & SPACE Key contents: Introduction to human and computer vision as a baseline for object identification; principles of image processing; workshops and Python implementation; computer vision lab. Applications and services, agriculture and forest - APS303 Course supervisor: Anne Jacquin, AIRBUS DEFENSE & SPACE Key contents: Vegetation maps form optical data; Agriculture analytics and Pixel Factory use; workshops using I4D and Overland tools; in the field application. Applications and services, natural resources and intelligence - APS304 Course supervisor: Michaël Tonon, AIRBUS DEFENSE & SPACE Key contents: Intelligence and military applications; land surveillance; maritime domain surveillance; oil, gas and mining; water cycle. Telecommunications and networks - APS401 Course supervisor: José Radzik, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Layered networks, protocols and services. Introduction to telecommunication networks, IP network architecture; IP routing, IPv4/IPv6 address management; Quality of Service (QoS) principles; Lab interactions between access techniques in satellite networks and upper protocol layers; encryption principles; introduction to radio network access techniques. Broadband satellite communication systems - APS402 Course supervisor: José Radzik, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Architecture of satellite communication systems, topologies and introduction to the link budget; propagation at high frequencies and Adaptive Coding and Modulation; link budget and radio resource management, multibeam coverage and frequency reuse; earth station and infrastructure; satellite Internet access network and Broadband Satellite Multimedia standards, DVB-S2 principles; Lab: continuous carrier operation for the return link; DVB-RCS2, MF-TDMA, DAMA radio resource management, random access and integration in IP networks; Lab: DVBRCS2 return link, deterministic access; higher layer design, performance enhancement. APS1 – Earth Observation APS2 – Satellite Telecommunication Network APS302, APS303, APS304 courses can only be attended as part of the APS1 certificate APS401, APS402 courses can only be attended as part of the APS2 certificate SPACE 28 ////////

Value-driven Systems Engineering - SEN1 Operated by EUROSAE Objectives: Acquire the basics of System thinking, System engineering management, Requirement engineering, MBSE (Model Based Systems Engineering), System architecture, System design. Preparation for INCOSE ASEP & CSEP certification - SEN2 Rob Vingerhoeds Objectives: Become INCOSE ASEP or CSEP certified. Understand the definition and concepts of a system; learn the concepts of System thinking and Life cycle overview; analyze technical processes ranging from requirements, to implementation, integration, verification and validation; understand how systems engineering contributes to business aspects. CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS Certificate of Advanced Studies SYSTEMS ENGINEERING From the AM Systems Engineering (SEN) Systems Engineering The Systems Engineering – SEN – Advanced Master aims at equipping professionals so they can specify, design, deploy and maintain complex systems in various industrial sectors: space, aeronautics, air traffic control, land transport systems, maritime transport, energy, communication systems… Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary engineering discipline. Its approach is based upon technical processes (requirement engineering, design, integration, verification, validation, etc.) as well as project management processes, agreement processes and enterprise processes implementation. Jean-Charles Chaudemar, Program Head Professional certification «Architecte - Manager en ingénierie système (MS)» - RNCP 36470 The price list and schedule are attached at the end of this catalog ///////// 29

Aeronautic, Space & Defence AED 002 Systèmes propulsifs à propergols solides AED 003 Les facteurs humains dans l'aéronautique : concepts et mise en pratique sur simulateur et avion TB 20 AED 004 Qualités de vol des avions modernes - Commandes de vol électriques AED 005 La conversion des aéronefs : L'approche industrielle du processus STC (#) AED 006 Mécanique spatiale et contrôle des véhicules spatiaux AED 007 Conception des lanceurs et véhicules de rentrée AED 008 Initiation à la mécanique du vol : des bases théoriques à l'application AED 008D Introduction to flight mechanics AED 009 Systèmes propulsifs à propergols liquides AED 010 Conduite du vol AED 011 Conception de l’avion : techniques pour un avant-projet d'avion de transport commercial AED 012 Conception des satellites AED 013 Architecture des satellites AED 014 Segment sol de contrôle et opération des satellites AED 015 Architecture électrique avion : système électrique de la famille Airbus AED 017 Télémesures, télécommandes, localisation des satellites EUROSAE Short Aerospace courses Short courses taught in French in Paris in Toulouse All ISAE-SUPAERO certificates and short courses introduced in the pages above are components of our Advanced Masters Programs. ISAE-SUPAERO also has a subsidiary, EUROSAE, fully dedicated to training professionals. EUROSAE has been offering professional education since 1960. It is based in Paris and Toulouse (inside ISAE-SUPAERO’s facilities). EUROSAE combines the advantages of agility and in-depth expertise thanks to the access it has to the expert ecosystems. Lecturers come from either the academic world or from industry. They form a network of 1,600 experts and can help you define your need and find a customdesigned training solution. ISAE-SUPAERO and EUROSAE work together on a day-to-day basis to build new teaching solutions and make the most of their assets and strengths, such as their facilities and human resources. We can work with industrial partners to create new programs such as the following executive certificate in Value Driven Systems Engineering, which resulted from a need expressed by CAP GEMINI and is a spin-off from our SEN Advanced Master Program operated by EUROSAE. Professional and custom-made courses with EUROSAE 30 ////////

EUROSAE Aeronautic, Space & Defence AED 019 Techniques des hélicoptères AED 020.1 Les techniques d’essais dans l’aéronautique AED 021.1 Initiation aux techniques d’essais en vol AED 022 Introduction aux systèmes spatiaux AED 023 Givrage en aéronautique AED 024 Le projet aéronautique : de la genèse à la réalisation AED 025 Le foudroiement des aéronefs AED 026 Systèmes d'air aéronautiques AED 027 Prise en compte du facteur "sécurité" dans la conception des avions AED 028 La sécurité feu dans les aéronefs AED 029 Initiation à la conception des avions AED 030 Les mini-drones : enjeux applicatifs et innovations technologiques AED 032 Introduction aux missiles tactiques AED 033 Conception des missiles tactiques AED 034 Introduction aux nano satellites AED 035 Guidage infrarouge des missiles tactiques AED 036 Autodirecteurs électromagnétiques des missiles tactiques AED 037 Maintenance des systèmes aéronautiques : aspects techniques et stratégiques AED 038 Introduction à la maintenance programmée d’un avion de transport civil : processus MRB et Méthode MSG-3 AED 039 Moteurs d'hélicoptères : technologies et intégration à l'hélicoptère AED 040 Les standards aéronautiques pour la certification des systèmes avioniques et ATM AED 041 Géopositionnements statiques et dynamiques précis AED 042 Les différences entre normes de maintien de navigabilité AED 043 La navigation de l'avion - Situation actuelle et évolutions AED 045 Les débris spatiaux et la surveillance de l'espace AED 046 Qualités de vol des avions de transport modernes AED 050.1 Certification des équipements aéronautiques : les processus réglementaires pour l'aviation commerciale AED 050.2 Certification des équipements aéronautiques : les processus réglementaires pour l'aviation commerciale AED 051.1 La navigabilité des aéronefs civils : de la conception à la maintenance AED 051.2 La navigabilité des aéronefs civils : de la conception à la maintenance AED 052 La navigabilité des aéronefs étatiques: de la conception à la maintenance AED 053.1 La navigabilité des aéronefs civils et étatiques : de la conception à la maintenance AED 053.2 La navigabilité des aéronefs civils et étatiques : de la conception à la maintenance AED 054 PART 21J : Organismes de conception-Extension à la réglementation étatique (FRA 21J) AED 055 PART 21G : Organismes de production - Extension à la réglementation étatique (FRA 21G) AED 056 PART M : Maintien de la navigabilité - Extension à la réglementation étatique (FRA M) AED 057 PART 145 : Organismes de maintenance : Extension à la réglementation étatique (FRA145) AED 058 Assurance sécurité des logiciels dans le contrôle aérien ED-109, ED-109A et ED-153 AED 059 Introduction à l’observation de la Terre AED 060 Evaluations "Safety" sur avion de transport - Aspects généraux pour les systèmes et "Software" AED 061 Certification et suivi de navigabilité des moteurs ///////// 31