Combine the new technologies and management of space access with the classical paradigm of the existing space context. The spirit of NewSpace is revolutionizing our vision of access to space.
Reading keys will enable you to understand the technological and
strategic challenges in games with new rules, fixed by ambitious
players. Combine the new technologies and management of space access
with the classical paradigm of the existing space context.
Explain the objectives pursued, the new means implemented, the organisation of private enterprise oriented projects
Explain PPPs: having understood through the spatial example what a PPP is and Demonstrate that PPP is absolutely essential for NEWSPACE to develop access to space today
Questionne the management of major projects: how do public (old school) and private (new space) players do today (and how will they do it tomorrow)?
Justify the founding principles of launcher architecture and argue on the openings and opportunities of the current technical development opportunities for the launcher of the future
What topics will you cover?
The course goes through the following topics:
Introduction to launchers as physical means
Management of large projects and Public/private partnerships
The stakes of the new paradigms of access to space (Historical and Technical) seen from different angles
Emergence of the new space nations.
What are the prerequisites?
For this course, you need to
have some basic knowleges:
Basics of general physics
Basics of project management
General knowledge on the space field
Who is the course for?
This course is for anyone wishing to learn more about access to space today, with the inescapable presence of private companies and the technological developments of the last ten years It will be of particular interest to students in aerospace engineering, professionals in the space sector whatever their profession, journalists and more broadly any public wishing to understand the whole process and its stakes.
Who will you learn
ISAE-SUPAERO Full professor (Université de Toulouse) and
deputy director of Clément Ader Institue (UMR CNRS 5312, 237
researchers). Specialised in nonlinear mechanics and biodynamics.
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