MASTER IN AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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MASTER IN
AEROSPACE
SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
2007/08
More information: Tel.: +34 93 413 7082
email: Master.Aerospace@upc.edu
http://www.upc.edu/mastersoficials/
PhD program: doctorat.upc.edu/aerospace
Organisation:
Castelldefels School of Technology (UPC)
Terrassa School of Industrial and Aeronautical
Engineering (UPC)
Aeronautics and Space Research Centre (UPC)
Space Studies and Research Centre (UAB)
► Coordination:
Ricard González Cinca
► Administrative Manager:
Imma Durán Vicente
Technical University of Catalonia
► In collaboration with:
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Barcelona Aeronautics & Space Association
Institute for Space Studies of Catalonia
Institute of Geomatics
► Sponsored by:
Aerospace Technology and Research Centre
Indra

With the support of:
Basic information:
This master-level course provides advanced
training in aeronautics and space exploration.
This interdisciplinary area of knowledge in-
cludes the study of theoretical and practical
groundwork, techniques, methods and proc-
esses aimed at promoting, defining and manag-
ing innovative research projects.
This master is addressed to recent graduates
and professionals aiming to: •
perform a PhD thesis in the aerospace
discipline, or to

join a R+D department in the aerospace
industry.
Orientation: Research
Beginning: Fall 2007
Studies terms: Three semesters
ECTS credits: 90
Type of teaching: Mixed
Site: UPC campuses in Castelldefels, Barcelona
and Terrassa
Fees: 28€ per credit (2006/07 prices)
Entry places: 25
Curriculum: First semester (30 credits): Mandatory courses

Aerospace Materials (5)

Aerospace Seminars (5)

Analog and Digital Signal Processing in Aero-
space Applications (5)

Broadening of Fundamentals in Aerospace Sci-
ence and Technology (5)

Computational Fluid Dynamics in Aerospace
Engineering (5)

Numerical Methods for Systems of Aerospace
Engineering (5)

Second semester (30 credits): Elective courses

Astrodynamics (5)

Architecture of Nano and Picosatellites (2.5)

Aviation Weather (5)

Composite Materials for Aerospace Applica-
tions (5)

Digital Avionic Systems (5)

Geomatics Seminars (3)

Integrated Electronic Systems for Aerospace
Applications (5)

Introduction to UAV: Design and Applications
(5)

Life Support Systems in Space (5)

Nanotechnologies for Space Applications (5)


Radionavigation (5)

Robust Control (5)

Satellite Communications Systems (5)

Science in Microgravity (5)

Space Systems Engineering (5)

Test and Instrumentation Systems in Aero-
space Applications (5)

Third semester (30 credits): Master Thesis
Other information: This course is addressed to Bachelor degrees in
scientific disciplines (Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics, Geology), Engineering degrees
(such as Aeronautical, Industrial, Telecommuni-
cations, Mechanical), Technical Engineering
(Aeronautical) and other equivalent degrees.