ISAE-SUPAERO Master of Science in AE brochure 2024


/ 2 / Access to an extensive active international alumni network: Inventors from the designer of the first jet aircraft to the inventor of the black box CEOs and high level executives : for example Guillaume Faury CEO at AIRBUS; Nicolas Maubert, Space Counselor to the French Embassy and CNES Representative in the United States; Aude Vignelle, CTO at the Australian Space Agency. Directors of major programs such as Caravelle, Concorde, Airbus A320, Airbus A380 and Airbus 350 Astronauts : Thomas Pesquet, Luca Parmitano and Sophie Adenot Many alumni work on space missions Founders of Start-ups A wide range of degree programs in aerospace engineering: An exceptional environment in the heart of Toulouse Europe’s leading hub of aerospace industries, laboratories and universities A public higher education and research institution More than 1,900 students 40% international students 66 nationalities are present on campus 38 programs A SPIRIT OF CONQUEST FROMTHE VERY BEGINNING Created by ambitious, passionate scientists, ISAESUPAERO was the very first aeronautical engineering school in the world, founded more than 100 years ago. Today, our passion and vision remain intact. They are what drive us and take us forward in our quest for academic and scientific excellence. Over time, our graduates have contributed greatly to the development of the aerospace sector and ISAE-SUPAERO has earned a solid international reputation thanks to its engineers and the quality of its academic programs and researchers. The wide range of programs and the many partnerships forged with the academic and industrial worlds have made ISAE- SUPAERO a point of reference and a model to follow. ISAE-SUPAERO A world leader in aerospace engineering higher education

CONTENTS ISAE-SUPAERO . ........................................................................................................... 2 The Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering ............................. 4 Research at ISAE SUPAERO ............................................................................ 10 Student projects and testimonies . ............................................................ 14 Collaborations and Career perspectives ................................................ 18 Campus life . ................................................................................................................ 20 Fundings and Admission process .............................................................. 22 / 3 /

Faced with the climate emergency, aeronautics must be reinvented. This will involve technological breakthroughs, of which hydrogen is one. This is why we are working on the design of a liquid hydrogen drone, the MERMOZ drone, capable of long-distance flight with no CO2 emissions. In 2023, the first “Mermoz Drone” demonstrator powered by gaseous hydrogen successfully carried out its first radiocontrolled flight on the runway of the Muret model flying club in the Toulouse region. “For this pioneering “Mermoz Drone” project, we are carrying out important academic work on the hydrogen chain. We aim to validate the models developed during this phase so that they can be used for larger-scale aircraft. This work also enables us to enrich the teaching dispensed to our students and prepare them for the disruptive technologies that will underpin decarbonized aviation,” explained JeanMarc Moschetta, professor at ISAE-SUPAERO. ISAE-SUPAERO, COMMITTED TO THE ENERGY TRANSITION FOR AVIATION We have a key role to play for the world of tomorrow. Everyone needs to do their part to tackle the environmental and social challenges of the 21st century. Convinced that higher education and research are major levers in the transition to a sustainable society, ISAE-SUPAERO has placed sustainable development and the ecological transition of aviation at the core of its commitment. The ambition of the Institute is formalized by the Horizons roadmap, which encompasses all areas of the Institute’s operations, including campus life, innovation, research, and training. These actions were highlighted in 2022 by the Institute’s 2nd place in the Les Echos Start/Change Now ranking of engineering schools most committed to the ecological transition. The Institute trains its students to meet the challenge of the energy transition. By supporting them in their systemic approach, their ability to master complex systems and their involvement in public debate, we give them the keys to invent the world of tomorrow. For Master’s students, this includes: � Courses dedicated to environmental and social issues � Conferences by experts and awareness sessions throughout the year 2 2nd position in the Change ranking The mobilization of the Institute in the integration of environmental issues was recognized by a second place in the ChangeNOW ranking of the French engineering schools most committed to the ecological transition. FOCUS ON THE MERMOZ PROJECT / 4 / More about the Mermoz Project

OBJECTIVES The Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering is intended to educate graduate students in subjects relevant to the demanding challenges and needs of the industry. Endowing students with skills in engineering science, technology and design as they relate to aeronautics and space, the MSc AE program is designed to be multi-disciplinary preparing future engineers to easily and efficiently work on aeronautical systems, space systems and their applications, with a focus on the complete life cycle of the system. The MSc AE program takes in a wide spectrum of knowledge, enabling students to tackle various aspects from design to operating products and systems either in research organization or in an aerospace company in a multinational environment. LEARNING APPROACH The ISAE-SUPAERO Master program is designed around a combination of lectures, tutorials, study cases and projects to be performed in an industrial environment or in ISAE-SUPAERO’s laboratories & Research facilities. It is taught in English. The MSc AE program includes a three-semester academic session on ISAE-SUPAERO’s premises, taught by permanent professors and experts from the aerospace industry to bring current knowledge and experience. The last semester consists in a master thesis to be prepared in a company or laboratory in the aerospace sector. After the thesis, students who obtain 120 credits in the examinations will be awarded the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering degree from ISAE-SUPAERO. The Master of Science is a two-year program undertaken after undergraduate studies, including Bachelor’s degrees or an equivalent. It provides higher qualification for employment or further doctoral studies. The ISAE-SUPAEROMaster of Science degree program is internationally renowned and highly regarded as an innovative program in science and technologies. Fully taught in English, this program is designed to prepare engineering students to find and develop solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s challenges facing the world and the aerospace industry. The Master is accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research in line with the European higher education system. THEMASTER OF SCIENCE INAEROSPACE ENGINEERING / 5 /

The first semester of the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering program focuses on the common core curriculum. This is the moment when students make their choices among 7 Majors, 23 electives and the Research project. The second semester is dedicated to the Research project and 4 electives linked with the Major selection. The third semester focuses on the Major and enter more in detail in one of the 7 areas of expertise of the Aerospace Engineering sector. FULLY TAUGHT INENGLISH 4 SEMESTERSWITH 30 ECTS EACH 1ST YEAR 1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER 3RD SEMESTER 4TH SEMESTER 2ND YEAR COMMON CORE MAJORS a choice of 7 areas of expertise MASTER THESIS In a company or research laboratory Sciences & engineering, project management & systems engineering, foreign languages ELECTIVE COURSES 23 electives to broaden students’ horizons in new areas RESEARCH PROJECT Students have extensive opportunities to develop a scientific skills approach through research projects in ISAE-SUPAERO laboratories in second and third semesters along with on-the job skills during internships in the aerospace industry SPACE COMMON CORE AERONAUTICS COMMON CORE SUMMER INDUSTRY PLACEMENT (OPTIONAL) AMULTIDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM / 6 / Fully taught in English

Project Management & Systems Engineering Objective: to develop a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to the design and development of a product or system Foreign Languages and Soft Skills Objective: to prepare students to work and communicate in evolving multicultural, team-oriented, innovative environments. French classes are mandatory for beginners during the two-year program. COMMON CORE The core curriculum is multidisciplinary with a strong grounding in science and engineering, along with courses in project management and foreign languages. During the third semester, students are invited to chose between two common cores : Space environment and mission or sustainable aviation. Sciences & Engineering Objective 1: to master solid technical and scientific skills in the major disciplines related to aerospace engineering Objective 2: to be aware of disciplines playing a major role in new aerospace projects ∙ Soft skills for innovation (innovation management & projects, creativity development, pitch conception, collective decision-making in situation of uncertainty, conferences with industrial actors in innovation) ∙ Languages: French as a Foreign Language, German, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian ELECTIVE COURSES Students select four electives among a choice of twenty-three ∙ Soft skills for innovation, Computational approach to fluid dynamics, Structures design project, Real time control of an aerospace system, MDO (Multidisciplinary Design Optimization), Computer networking & security ∙ Experimental approach in fluid mechanics, Computational solid mechanics, Signal processing and digital electronics basics, Adaptive control, Systems architecture and programming, Model engineering and Language engineering ∙ Aircraft structures, Control of dynamic systems and implementation, Simulation for systems engineering, Instrumentation and flight data analysis, Aeroengine architectures and performance, Orbital mechanics ∙ Mechanics of materials and structures, Objectoriented software development, Acoustics, Aircraft design methods, Space instrumentation RESEARCH PROJECT Projects are a key component of the program and are designed to broaden students’ scientific, intellectual and social horizons. ∙ This research project features a graduate-level research experience over 2 semesters with a focus on acquiring in-depth knowledge, expanding autonomy, and fostering innovation and critical thinking. Beyond scientific excellence, ISAE-SUPAERO seeks to ensure quality teaching in French as Foreign Language for its international students. The French as Foreign Language (FLE) Quality Label was obtained in December 2020, with the maximum score of 3 stars. COMMON CORE ∙ Air and space law ∙ Sustainable aviation ∙ Climate sciences ∙ Space medicine ∙ Project management ∙ Systems engineering ELECTIVE COURSES RESEARCH PROJECT ∙ Aircraft systems ∙ Space systems ∙ Human factors ∙ Aviation safety airworthiness ∙ Control ∙ Aerodynamics & propulsion ∙ Flight dynamics ∙ Aeronautical structures ∙ Applied mathematics ∙ Algorithm and computing ∙ Signal processing ∙ Embedded systems / 7 /

Students focus on one of seven areas of expertise including: MAJORS MAJORS Advanced Aerodynamics & Propulsion ∙ Advanced Aerodynamics ∙ Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft - Aeroelasticity part ∙ Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft - Flexible Aircraft part ∙ Advanced Aerodynamics of Turbomachinery ∙ Numerical Fluid Mechanics ∙ Aeroacoustics ∙ Physics and Modelling Turbulence ∙ Multiphase Flow and Combustion Aerospace Systems and Control ∙ Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output systems ∙ Control of flexible structures ∙ Robust and optimal control ∙ Systems identification and estimation ∙ Non-linear control ∙ Hybrid control ∙ AI methods and tools for Automatic Control ∙ Aerospace Power Systems & Architecture ∙ Aircraft & Space Actuation Systems - Preliminary Design ∙ Model & Sizing of Aircraft Air-conditioning Systems Aerospace Structures ∙ Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft - Aeroelasticity part ∙ Aeroelasticity & Flexible Aircraft - Flexible Aircraft part ∙ Aerospace Structures - Advanced Structural Dynamics Part ∙ Aerospace Structures - Composite Structures in Services Part ∙ Computational Solid Mechanics ∙ Manufacturing ∙ Mechanics of materials ∙ Space Structures: spacecrafts & launchers Embedded Systems ∙ Architecture and Programming of Software Systems ∙ Real-Time Systems ∙ Model-Based System Engineering ∙ Real-Time Networks ∙ AI and Autonomous Systems ∙ Architecture, Design and Synthesis of Hardware Systems ∙ System Dependability ∙ Certification Space Systems ∙ Space environment and effects ∙ Mission analysis and orbital mechanics ∙ Space communications systems ∙ Space project: tools for simulation ∙ Space systems architecture: ground segments, satellites & sub-orbital planes ∙ Launchers architecture ∙ Satellite propulsion: chemical & electrical ∙ Satellite AOCS ∙ Launchers guidance and control ∙ Satellite electrical systems ∙ On board data handling sub-systems: functions and architectures ∙ Satellite thermal control systems ∙ Estimation and filtering Satellite Applications and NewSpace - Space environment and effects - Mission analysis and orbital mechanics - Space systems - Random signal processing and estimation - Wireless transmission techniques - Software defined-radio - Machine learning for communications - Constellations and mobile services - Satellite based navigation Systems Engineering ∙ Requirements Engineering ∙ Systems Engineering Data Technical Management ∙ Systems Modelling and Analysis ∙ Systems Dependability ∙ Systems Design and Architecture ∙ Introduction to Verification & Validation ∙ AIRBUS study case: Systems Engineering & Certification of the A350 The Master thesis is prepared either in industry or in a laboratory. It enables the student to develop deeper knowledge, understanding, capabilities and attitudes. The overall goal of the thesis is for students to demonstrate their ability to successfully take up scientific or industrial challenges MASTER THESIS MASTER THESIS / 8 /

Pathway Aircraft Design and Operation: Students in Aerospace Structures, Aerospace Systems & Control and Systems Engineering majors can follow the Aircraft Design and Operation pathway. In this case they attend two dedicated modules : Aircraft Design Methods and Multidisciplinary Optimization in semester 2, and they prepare their research project in this field. Examples of multidisciplinary projects undertaken in the pathway : Overall Aircraft Design of Blended Wing Body architecture, Thermal Management of a fuel-cell propulsion pod installed under the wings, Multifidelity aerodynamic optimization for aircraft design. New partnership with the National School of Meteorology M2 students from the ISAE-SUPAERO Master of science can chose to conduct their 3rd semester’s Major in the Semester 9 of the“Weather & climate sciences” curriculum at the National School of Meteorology in Toulouse. Six teaching units compose this program: ∙ Create weather and climate observation data ∙ Set up and use simulation tools in NWP – Numerical Weather Prediction – to forecast weather and climate. ∙ Climate Change Issues: a formal debate ∙ Answering a need from a client at a Weather and Climate Service ∙ The Economic Value of Met and Climate Information ∙ Personal Project / 9 /

We are deeply committed to offering our students full access to our research capabilities as well as academic and industrial partnerships, covering the entire field of aerospace engineering. From a research policy point of view, the dual objective is to foster the development of new knowledge as well as to address the needs of the aerospace industry. Our main research partners are ONERA (the French Aerospace Lab.), LAAS-CNRS and OMP (Midi-Pyrénées Astronomical Observatory), the largest French laboratories in the engineering science and space fields. We have numerous long-term research and development agreements with the main European aerospace companies: Airbus, SAFRAN, Thales Alenia Space, Rockwell-Collins, MBDA and Liebherr- Aerospace. As well as numerous start-up companies like for example Aura Aero, Exotrail, Diodon drone technology. Reflecting our longstanding commitment to higher education and research in the aerospace field, we are a member of the management board of the Aerospace Valley cluster (550 aerospace companies and higher education and research institutions from the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitanie Regions). Research laboratories host students to complete their research projects Every year, several Master Graduates pursue PHD studies in our laboratories. MSc and PhD programs can be connected in the frame of a PhD Track, supported by Toulouse School of Aerospace Engineering (TSAE). PhD Track: More than 400 researchers on campus 6doctoral schools An international center to host and train doctoral students ACQUIRING RESEARCH EXPERIENCE / 10 /

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A multidisciplinary scientific policy: 5 teaching and research departments World-class research facilities ∙ Autonomous system platform for micro-drones and robots ∙ Critical embedded systems platform ∙ Flight simulators and neuroergonomics platform ∙ Wind tunnels, aeroacoustics wind tunnel ∙ Turbofan Test Bench ∙ 6m high Drop tower, gas guns ∙ Fleet of 8 aircraft: Aquila, Robin DR 400, Vulcanair P68 Observer ∙ Software-defined radio room ∙ Clean rooms for satellite integration ∙ Ground station for satellite tracking and operation ∙ Satellite command and control center ∙ Additive manufacturing machine ∙ 320kV X-Ray Irradiator. The Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control (DCAS) is a multi-disciplinary team structured in four research groups: ∙ Aircraft design ∙ Space systems ∙ Decision and Control ∙ Neuroergonomics and human factors DCAS covers a wide variety of problems including guidance and navigation, unmanned vehicles collaborative control, design of future aircraft architectures for the decarbonization of air transport, space propulsion systems, spacecraft trajectography and brain-machine interfaces for pilots and astronauts. Its unique resources include motion flight simulators, a drone fly arena, and a fleet of singleengine (DR400) and a twin-engine (P68) aircraft used for flight experiments. DCAS has a research activity in strong interaction with major industrial players in the aerospace sector. The four research groups collaborate in the following areas: ∙ Safer navigation and control of aerospace systems, ∙ Integrated multi-disciplinary aircraft design ∙ Advanced space concepts The Aerodynamics, Energetics and Propulsion Department (DAEP) is organized on the basis of three core research groups: ∙ Fundamental fluid dynamics ∙ External aerodynamics ∙ Turbomachines and Propulsion The department works closely with the scientific community on the Toulouse site and on joint research projects with French and international academic partners, whether on a formal basis or based on researcher-to-researcher connections. The department also has research agreements and contracts with major aeronautics firms, equipment suppliers and subcontractors. RESEARCH AT ISAE-SUPAERO / 12 /

All 5 departments support a micro-aerial vehicle development program on the international level based on student projects, research and innovation projects, and international competitions. The Department of Electronics, Optronics and Signal Processing (DEOS) develops and produces the payloads for the advanced aeronautics and space applications of tomorrow. Its team’s skills cover a wide range of technologies, from silicon sensor design to interplanetary science payloads, and from theoretical signal studies to advanced communication and navigation systems. The departement is organized into five core research groups: ∙ Micro Electronic Image Sensors ∙ Photonics, Antenna, Microwave and Plasma ∙ Navigation, Communication, Radar ∙ Communications and Information Theory ∙ Space Systems for Planetary Applications The Complex Systems Engineering Department (DISC) develops knowledge in mathematics and computer science for the aerospace industry. In education as in research, DISC deals with models, methods and tools to master the behaviors and 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. The department focuses on research driven in: - applied mathematics - connected systems - critical systems analysis and design - learning, decision, and optimization The Department of Mechanics of Structures and Materials (DMSM) organizes and supervises all the teaching activities associated with the mechanics of deformable solids and structures for ISAE SUPAERO programs, in synergy with applied research on aerospace materials and structures. Its team is composed of professors, researchers, engineers, technicians and administrative staff. Classes enable students to gain skills that are closely aligned with the needs of the aeronautical and space industry in the material & structures fields but also to address new issues related to multi-disciplinary or environmental considerations. Team projects address practical questions and solutions to be managed in keeping with a research and development methodology, in collaboration with experts in the industry and/ or research or test centers that are ISAE-SUPAERO partners, taking advantage of the synergies with the Institut Clément Ader laboratory (ICA CNRS 5312). Three research topics are at the center of DMSM’s activities: ∙ Durability & damage tolerance of composite and metallic materials ∙ Modelling & qualification of aerospace structures under static or dynamics loads ∙ Multiphysics Requirements-Driven Simulation Design / 13 /

/ 12 / WHAT IF WE RELINQUISH A LITTLE BIT OF CONTROL TO SAVE ENERGY AND FLY FURTHER? DeekshaKota andRohanDhansoia,M.Sc. students majoring in Aerospace Systems and Controls, have been working on conserving a drone’s energy by loosening its autopilot stabilization setpoint requirements. The Mermoz Project’s (see page 4) motivated their undertaking since all Mermoz subsystems are under investigation regarding energy savings due to the mission’s challenging distance. While crossing the ocean, random and chaotic atmospheric disturbances could either increase or decrease the energetic state of the aircraft. Conventional autopilot systems will correct the aircraft’s configuration to a predefined nominal flight condition by injecting or rejecting the deficit or surplus of energy. On the other hand, the students propose not to reject excesses of power outright, but instead allow the aircraft to return to its nominal condition more slowly. In turn, subsequent energy-drawing disturbances could have a lower impact on the overall energy balance, thus increasing the aircraft’s range in the presence of perturbations. Deeksha and Rohan worked together during two semesters with clearly defined missions. Rohan focused on control laws and energy aspects through a simulator he designed himself. The resulting software simulated standard drone stabilization control algorithms and the physics of an aircraft. As for Deeksha, she focused on the avionics integration of a flying prototype for flight-testing their findings. She integrated an entire drone at ISAE-SUPAERO’s Fablab, the Innov’space. In addition, she designed flight test protocols and checklists conforming to French airspace regulations andmodified the open-source autopilot code to implement their ideas and flighttesting requirements. All code generated during her work can be downloaded online, and drone enthusiasts worldwide can use it for free through her GitHub page. This project had an outstanding balance between what they learned in theory in class and practical, real-world experiments. It gave them a deeper understanding of flight control systems and the process of conducting flight campaigns. After the project, Deeksha joined as an intern a team responsible for generating optimized test flight points to minimize flight test hours through machine learning techniques. Similarly, Rohan joined a group that designs and validates Airbus auto-flight systems. An Energy-Aware Study of the PX4 Total Energy Control System (TECS) Controller for Long-Range Flight STUDENT PROJECTS This project was conducted at the IONLAB @ ISAESUPAERO with the support of the DCAS/DISC departments and Innovspace. For more information on IONLAB’s projects, please visit http:/ The plane was named «AMARELINHO» by the team, which in Portuguese means «the little yellow one!» 4

OPTIMIZATION TOOLBOX FOR RAPID COMET-I TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS Miguel Rebelo, anM.Sc student, is passionate about space exploration, astrodynamics, and scientific software development. As a Space Systems major student, he had the opportunity to conduct a research project on the possibility of observing and studying a comet as soon as it enters in the Solar System by deploying a space probe at the right place. Supervised by the DCAS* department and members of Comet Interceptor Mission of the European Space agency (ESA), this research project is directly linked to one of the ESA’s missions which consists in performing a fly-by around a yet-tobe-discovered comet that is due to be launched in 2029. Let’s explain the context: Comets have amazing scientific potential since they preserve traces of the first moments of the formation of the solar system. Comets such as Halley have already performed multiple visits and, because of their interaction with the Sun, their morphology and chemical composition have been modified significantly. It is thus of great interest to observe a comet which has never passed through the solar system since its formation. By definition, we don’t know a priori where these comets are right now. Moreover, they are currently only discovered approximately 5 years before they pass through the solar system, which is an unfeasible amount of time to design and launch a mission. Because of this, Comet Interceptor will be placed at the Sun-Earth Lagrange L2 point (like the JamesWebb Space Telescope). It will wait there until a newcomet is discovered andwill then depart and meet it as it is passing by the solar system, providing some undoubtedly groundbreaking science. Based on this project, Miguel’s mission was to streamline and expand the tools provided by his Professor, which are used to conduct mission analysis. More specifically, he worked on the trajectory optimization between the Lagrange L2 point and the intercept point, with the aim of obtaining a trajectory which suits the fuel budget and the scientific constraints of the mission. The project involved some theory in astrodynamics which he then implemented in MatLab. According to Miguel, the best part of this project is the opportunity it provides to personally contribute to the analysis and the planning of a future ESA mission: “It felt (and feels) absolutely surreal!” His work has been integrated into the activities of the mission’s Science Working Team and it expanded the capabilities for trajectory design and mission analysis. Avaluable tool for the researchers working on this amazing mission! For his 4th semester Internship, Miguel is working at CNES* on mission analysis for the CubeSats of ESA’s Hera mission. Indeed, his research project reinforced his desire to pursue a career in Space and its related fields and has taught him a lot of key knowledge for his future career. *DCAS : Department of Aerospace Vehicles Design and Control *CNES : National Centre for Space Studies Did you know that a comet can only be discovered 5 years before it passes through the Solar system? How Science finds efficient solutions to study comets and understand their past and evolution. Credits: Snodgrass, C., Jones, G.H. The European Space Agency’s Comet Interceptor lies in wait. Nat Commun 10, 5418 (2019). / 15 /

We have already trained more than 28,000 engineers who are contributing to the development of the aeronautics and space sector in France and around the world. Our engineers’ vocation is to become future leaders in the aerospace industry and the world of tomorrow. This is why we have developed an integrated approach with training, research and innovation through partnerships with academic players, many industrial stakeholders and a network of the best international universities. ISAE-SUPAEROMSc’S GRADUATES LAKSHMANAN GOPALAKRISHNAN INDIA Advanced Aerodynamics and Propulsion I chose ISAE-SUPAERO because of its strong collaborations with the aeronautical and aerospace industry and its excellent reputation. The institute’s professors and researchers are working on interesting projects that challenge our present knowledge and understanding of the problems in diverse fields. Most of the courses involve a final project or several mini projects and the lab sessions allow us to test our understanding. It required working together with a teamwhich provided a good opportunity to apply what had been taught and a lot of exchanges of ideas and solutions. I did my end-of-study internship at CERFACS, a research center in Toulouse, on the modelling of porous media using the Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) for acoustic applications. After I decided to pursue my career with a PhD at Airbus, in association with CERFACS and Aix-Marseille University, conducting research in aeroacoustics using LBMwith applications to high lift devices. MARION BURNICHON FRANCE Space Imaging, Navigation and Space Systems I had originally done a Bachelor of Science in Physics. It was difficult for me to find schools that would admit students for a Master’s degree in engineering. I was able to major in what I wanted and found a research project that reconciled my love of physics and its application in engineering by working on trajectory optimization for space missions. I think the biggest asset of the MAE is the research project. It allows you to pick a topic of your choice to study for a year with the help of a professor. Since it is tailored to the student, it allows each one to learn and progress at their own pace in the area they want. Personally, this research project set me up both for my last semester internship and my current job. I did my last semester internship at Airbus Defence & Space in the Flight Dynamics team. I worked on designing and optimizing the trajectory for the cis-lunar transfer vehicle in its final maneuvers to reach the Lunar Gateway, a project led by the European Space Agency. I am currently a Flight Dynamics engineer at OneWeb, a constellation of satellites in LEO, and contribute to placing, maintaining and protecting over 400 satellites. I work both in operations, directly planning maneuvers for the satellites, and help develop the flight dynamics software. / 16 /

ALEX AQUIETA NUÑEZ ECUADOR Systems Engineering I chose ISAE-SUPAERO since it appears to me as the most prestigious and well-known university in Europe for aerospace academic and research programs. Personally, I had the dream to come to France a long time ago and I applied for the MAE, attracted by the opportunity to obtain a scholarship to cover my studies (which I succeeded!) In my opinion, the most valuable strength of the program is firstly the provided link between the institute and industry. Having the chance to be trained by experienced professionals from the aerospace industry gives an incredible advantage at the time of looking for some practical solutions instead of only theoretical analysis, plus this link eases your job search upon completion of your studies. The multicultural environment within this program is another very enriching asset and finally, the well-equipped facilities when it comes to putting knowledge into practice (laboratories, wind tunnels, etc.). Willing to complement the technical knowledge acquired during my academic training with a managerial perspective and to acquire a global vision of business within the aerospace industry, I carried out my internship at Expleo, an engineering consulting company. I worked in the field of project management support. In 2023 I amworking as a Project Manager at Expleo group, subcontracted by Airbus Defence & Space, in charge of managing and delivering activities within the scope of Space and Connected Intelligence. Thanks to my academic training and experience, I perform a key role, liaising between the technical team and the business direction. In the future, I plan to continue to focus on the management side of the industry. BENEDETTA PELI ITALY Space Systems I had already had some international experience before and that had really made me grow as a person and human being. I hence wanted to take my years in the master’s program to not only grow academically and earn a new degree in an amazing school, but to also take the opportunity to participate in an international environment. The school has a great reputation, my views aligned with the school’s views and objectives from both the personal and professional standpoints, so it was the best choice for me. And, I could also learn French thanks to the courses offered by ISAE-SUPAERO, which is a great plus. The master’s degree is international, so you meet people from all around the world and with all the possible experiences, it enriches you personally and professionally. The professors are very nice and skilled: having someone from the industry teaching you is incredible because you not only see the academic usefulness of what you are studying, you see it in practice too. The institute’s strong link with industry and its reputation make you a great candidate in the eyes of future employers. Finally, the research project gives you an insight into research and allows you to make an informed choice on how you want to continue your future career. I did my final semester internship in Thales Alenia Space France in Cannes for six months; it was an amazing experience. I worked in the «Département avant projets satellite», the future satellites department, where the initial phases of future projects are put into place. My aimwas the conception and preliminary design of a reusable on orbit servicing spacecraft. Being able to put into practice what I had learned just a few weeks before was very satisfying and fulfilling. During this internship I learned a lot and it was the perfect way to finish the master’s, since it put me into the job market and the professional industry even before finishing my studies, enriching my CV and my professional experience. I am currently employed by OHB SystemAG in Bremen; Germany and I work as a system engineer for Earth Observation Satellites. / 17 /

250 Companies support our development An alumni network of over 28,000 graduates 8 Company chairs for teaching and research in innovative programs Every year companies receive more than 800 ISAE-SUPAERO students for internships and Master theses. Conferences, industrial visits, internships in companies, forums, recruitment workshops 1,365 Engineers, and/or researchers from leading companies are visiting lecturers More than 35 partnerships signed with small and medium-sized companies and major industrial players AIRBUS DASSAULT AVIATION SAFRAN THALES ALSTOM MBDA CAPGEMINI DGSE LIEBHERR ATR SOPRA STERIA BAIN & COMAPNY ALTEN EXPLEO ARIANE GROUP DAHER COLLINS AEROSPACE BCG NAVAL GROUP ALTEIA ACCENTURE ATOS CS GROUP ACTIA VOLOCOPTER KXIOP DASSAULT SYSTEMES SIEMENS PWC CONTINENTAL CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH COMPANIES & INDUSTRY INDUSTRY PARTNERS AURA AERO MAGELLIUM PARROT VITESCO NICOMATIC EY SII / 18 /

WIDE-RANGING JOB OPPORTUNITIES Our graduates will work as technical experts, researchers and managers in the fast-expanding aerospace sector and key sectors of the economy, in Europe and all around the world. CLOSE-UP ON THE CLASS OF 2022* AWIDE RANGE OF EXCITING FUTURE CAREER PROSPECTS AWAIT YOU *Survey on 1st jobs, graduating class 2022, 71% of respondents out of 122 young graduates approached Main recruiters Jobs after Graduation Business areas between 2 and 6 months after obtaining the degree 28 % 72 % before obtaining the degree 70 % working in France 30 % working abroad 75 % working in Occitanie region 1,5% Telecommunication 29% Spatial 1,5% Education 5% Informatics 3% Defense 3% Research 57% Aeronautics / 19 /

Located at the heart of the scientific and university complex, our campus covers 22 hectares along the lovely, UNESCO classified Canal du Midi. Teaching, living and sports facilities – we have it all! A complete range of athletic facilities You will enjoy the pool, gym, climbing walls, fitness center, football and rugby fields, tennis and squash courts. More than 100 clubs for a dynamic social life: culture, sports, technical clubs (micro-drones, space club, aeromodelling, robotics, etc.), social and humanitarian actions, event organization, etc. Aeronautical sports Ten minutes from campus, we have a fleet of 8 planes (TB 20, Robin DR 400, P68 Observer, etc.). Students have the opportunity to earn a wide range of flight licenses under very preferential conditions: powered aircraft gliding, parachuting, and paragliding. Every year 35 students obtain their pilot’s license. Student residences and the Student Center The 6 entirely new residences offer 1000 housing units. Residences include common areas such as study rooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms. The Student Center includes a large main room with a snack bar area, a living room, TV rooms, and rooms for student clubs and activities. Toul’Box The assistance you need to settle down smoothly in Toulouse. AWelcome Kit offered to MAE Students to make their life easier from day one : ∙ Housing on Campus ∙ Bank account ∙ Transport card ∙ City tour ∙ Other administrative formalities CAMPUS LIFE IN THE HEART OF TOULOUSE / 20 /

TOULOUSE, EUROPEANCAPITAL OF AERONAUTICS AND SPACE Nearly 90,000 direct jobs in aeronautics and space. The leading French region for Research and aerospace education. 4th largest city in France Most attractive city to study Known as "la Ville Rose", in reference to the color of the city’s many historical brick buildings. Repeatedly voted by the French as being the most desirable place to live in France: exceptional quality of life, a great place to live as a student! "Bienvenue en France" accreditation The “Bienvenue en France” label accredited by Campus France, distinguishes French higher education institutions, that have developed facilities to host international students at French higher education institutions, and represents a promotional and outreach tool for the institution. ISAE-SUPAERO is one of the few institutions receiving the ‘3 stars’ certification. The certification demonstrates the quality of the reception from our school. Toulouse airport has low-cost flights to the main European cities! 1h30 20mn 5mn ISAE-SUPAERO 1h30 1h15 Amsterdam London Roma Lisboa 2h / 21 /

For more information on financial aid for foreign students in France, visit the Campus France website: Numerous state scholarships are available as well: CONACYT (Mexico), BECAS CHILE (Chile), COLFUTURO (Colombia), CHARPAK (India), BEC-AR (Argentina), etc. Toulouse School of Aerospace Engineering Toulouse School of Aerospace Engineering (TSAE), a joint program between ISAE-SUPAERO, ONERA and ENAC aims at promoting graduate and PhD programs in the aerospace engineering field. For this, it offers scholarships to undergraduate students who wish to enter the MSc in Aerospace Engineering at ISAE-SUPAERO and pursue a PhD program. TSAE ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation Scholarship The Foundation Scholarship covers tuition fees and part of living expenses. Scholarships applications: From October to December FUNDINGS CEDAR Excellence Scholarship The scholarship from Airbus’s Chair for Eco-Design of Aircraft (CEDAR) covers tuition fees and part of living expenses. (Aircraft-related major) Students can apply for the Excellence Scholarship programs provided by ISAE-SUPAERO, the Foundation ISAE-SUPAERO and its industrial partners. Follow the QR code for more information about Tuition Fees and Fundings ISAE-SUPAERO Excellence This scholarship covers tuition fees and part of living expenses. / 22 /

■ A bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, electronics, telecommunications Five majors are open to these students: Space systems, Aerospace systems and control, Embedded systems, Systems engineering, Space Imaging Navigation and Communication. ■ Others profiles in Engineering and Science Industrial engineering, civil engineering or physics, mathematics, computer sciences (ISAESUPAERO admissions officers can provide you with information on the major open to you). Eligibility For more information on the admission procedure, please visit: JOIN THEMSc INAEROSPACE ENGINEERING PROGRAM On-line application documents ∙ Resume ∙ Cover letter ∙ Copy of highest diploma or certificate of enrollment ∙ Transcripts for the 3 last years ∙ 2 letters of recommendation ∙ TOEFL (IBT): 88 points (Inst. code: 9820) or TOEIC: 785 points, or IELTS: 6.5 points or CAE/ FCE: 170 points or Linguaskill: 170 points ∙ GRE test results if available (not mandatory) This program is particularly suitable for students with: ■ A bachelor’s degree in aerospace or aeronautical engineering, mechanical engineering and mechatronics All majors are open to these students: Advanced aerodynamics and propulsion, Aerospace structures, Space systems, Aerospace systems and control, Embedded system, Systems engineering, Satellite Applications & NewSpace. The applications start from October for the next year intake in September: / 23 / Fully taught in English

2022/2023 Address ISAE-SUPAERO 10, avenue E. Belin BP 54032 31055 Toulouse CEDEX 4 France Telephone 33 (0)5 61 33 80 55 Contact Website Photo credits: ISAE-SUPAERO, Olivier Panier des Touches, Aude Lemarchand, Alain Félix/Masaï, P.Nin, Getty Images, Mathieu Ducros Opictures, Agence Wat. Graphic design: ISAE-SUPAERO Non-contractual document: July 2023 GROUPE