The Special Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering aims to develop experts that can be employed in advanced research and aerospace development centres. Students experience a system-oriented approach to aerospace engineering that is not common in the industry as the complexity of each subsystem drives engineers to focus on single aspects.
The Special Master in Aerospace Engineering is a two-year programme. However, it may be reduced to one year for students with an aerospace engineering degree obtained at the end of 5 years of university-level study programmes.
Students are trained in research and development activities through an educational programme that covers both theoretical and practical aspects, including lab activities. The School of Aerospace Engineering provides the following labs:
- Aerospace Technologies Lab
- Automation Robotics and Control Lab
- Earth Observation Satellite Images Application Lab
- Electronics Lab
- Flight Mechanics Lab
- Guidance and Navigation Lab
- Power Systems Lab
- Thermo-vacuum and Optics Lab
In addition, the School's facilities include a ground station for tracking and commanding satellites, a space simulator (thermo-vacuum, magnetic field, sun simulator) and a sterile room for assembling microsatellites.
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Last updated November 30, 2015