Executive Education_ISAE-SUPAERO_brochure_2023-2024

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