2 ECTS

Description

Celestial mechanics and spherical trigonometry

Time & space reference frames

Two-body problems, keplerian orbits and osculating parameters    

Orbital perturbations and maneuvers        

Interplanetary trajectories  

Lecturers:

- Hubert Halloin, UDP


2 ECTS
    Educational content
      To understand how to behave within a project all along its life cycle.
        A 30 hours module is not sufficient to form an operational Project Manager. This course has the objectives that the students know right at the beginning of their professional career how to work within a project, from its very beginning troughout its realization and end. It is only after several years of practice that these engineers will acquire themselves the capability to manage a project during all the phases of its life cycle.
            Description: the course will contain the following items
              Description and justification of the main principles of managing a project all along its life cycle (Technology Readiness Level, V Cycle, specificities, phases, development logic, validation logic).
                Implementation of the development principles and requested project organization (organization, resources management, steering entities management, ...)
                  Several application cases illustrating the above points 


                  Lecturers:

                  Emmanuel Hinglais, CNES

                  Rodolphe Cledassou, CNES


                  3 ECTS


                  Description:

                  Description of the radiation and particle interaction processes with matter.

                  General characteristics of sensors, detectors and measurement chains for astrophysics and space instrumentation. 

                  Lecturers:

                  - Eric Nuss, UM

                  - Phạm Thị Tuyết Nhung, VNSC

                  3 ECTS

                  Description:

                  Basic definitions (matrices, Taylor series); differential equations (boundary value problems, partial differential equations); roots of functions (one and two variables); minimization / optimization of multivariate functions (least squares method, nonlinear functions)

                  Lecturers:

                  - Stephane Jacquemoud, UPD