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									                    Fundacion de cooperacion cientifica
                           Ciencias y Tecnologias
                      para la Aeronautica y el Espacio

                            Queretaro – 22 de octubre 2009




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda

             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Una Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos cientificos e industriales desde 2007
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretaro, intereses comunes




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda


             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Une Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos desde 2007
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretaro, intereses
             comunes

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Una FCS en Toulouse




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda


             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Una Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos desde 2007
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretaro, intereses
             comunes

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             RTRA STAE

             RTRA STAE hoy…
             • 7 fundadores
             • una red de 25 laboratorios
             • 800 investigadores
             Misioness
             • 13 RTRA decididos en abril 2006 por la Ley de
             programacion de investigacion
             • Desarrollar el mas alto nivel cientifico – reunir –
             favorecer puentes entre la investigacion publica e
             industria
             • En Midi-Pyrénées – Technologies pour l’aéronautique
             et l’espace


FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                                       Modos de trabajo

     • Sostener proyectos cooperativos :
       endowment et recursos humanos (33
       post-docs, senior scientists e ingenierios
       de 14 nationalidades)
     • Grupos de réflexion (60 personas
       entre cuales 15 de industria)
     • Dos grandes equipos: calcul intensivo
       (200 Teraflops) y microcaracterisacion

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                                Tambien (en frances)…

     • Activités d’animation scientifique
             – Réunion des laboratoires ressources (6ème le 19 octobre 2010)
             – Des séminaires vers les industriels partenaires
             – Les petits-déjeuners du RTRA (prochain le 2 novembre sur le
               calcul intensif)
             – Projet développer les séminaires de chercheurs sénior invités,
               résultats projets, soutien à des séminaires internationaux
               (Workshop franco-chinois, séminaire international sur
               l’optimisation non-linéaire et le contrôle…)
     • Développement d’un réseau international, notamment
       pour recrutements scientifiques sur projets




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda


             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Una Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos desde 2007
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretero, intereses
             comunes

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              Proyectos I
          • Défis aéronautiques

                   – ARCS : Assemblage – Revêtement – Corrosion –
                   Stabilité des structures
                   – EMMAV : Electroactive Morphing for Micro-
                   AirVehicles
                   – ITAAC : Impact du transport aérien sur
                   l’atmosphère et le climat
                   – OSYCAF : Optimisation d’un système couplé fluide-
                   structure représentant une aile flexible dans un
                   écoulement transsonique



FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              EMMAV
          • EMMAV is a multi-disciplinary project which aims at promoting new
          intelligent electroactive
          materials as applied to micro- and nano- air vehicles (MAV & NAV). The use
          of new modelling approaches in fluid-structure interaction and of new
          experimental approaches, has been retained to build a micro-air vehicle
          demonstrator controlled by electroactive devices. The principal objective of
          the project is the optimisation of micro air vehicles performances in realistic
          environment, by means of electroactive morphing concepts. The new
          challenges of micro- and nano-air vehicles require, at an upstream research
          phase, the electroactive concept for an optimum design and control. This
          project aims at associating complementary scientific skills to design and
          develop Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) demonstrators including a mini-UAV
          equipped with piezo-actuators to perform optimal wing morphing to increase
          aerodynamic effiency and energy consumption performances. Furthermore,
          electroactive morphing surfaces will be used to achieve the flight control of a
          nano-air vehicle. Electroactive morphing will be applied to nanorotors to
          increase the figure of merit through adaptive cyclic blade twisting. UAV
          demonstrators will be designed on the basis of fluid structure modelling and of
          advanced experiments, both taking into account the properties of
          electroactive materials.



FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              ITAAC
          • Aircraft emissions have an impact on atmospheric chemistry and on the radiative
          balance of the atmosphere. For example, contrails formed by condensation of water
          vapour onto exhaust aerosols and soot particles trigger the formation of cirrus clouds.
          Emissions of nitrogen oxides perturb the natural chemical cycles and lead to ozone
          production or destruction depending on local air mass composition and insulation. These
          ozone perturbations along with the emissions of CO2, water vapour and ice particles
          formation, soot particles, sulphuric aerosols from the burning kerosene
          form an additional contribution to the green house forcing. The most recent evaluations
          of those effects show the existence of a amplification factor of about 2 to 3 for green
          house potential factor from aircraft emission: a molecule of CO2 emitted from a jet
          airplane is a factor of 2-3 more efficient for green house forcing than a similar molecule
          emitted at ground level. However, those evaluations are uncertain because of the
          existence of large non-linearities and indirect effects between physical processes, and the
          imbrications of the various scales from the near aircraft to the global scale. The aim of
          the ITAAC project is to decrease the uncertainties attached to those evaluations by
          performing detailed simulations of the emission impact from the small to the global
          planetary scales. In addition, the project will elaborate a cost matrix relating emission
          characteristics to atmospheric effects with emphasis on industrial design and traffic
          management.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              OSYCAF
          • This project aims at developing a collaborative and distributed
          multidisciplinary
          optimization methodology in the context of aeronautics. It involves 4
          major players from
          Toulouse (Cerfacs, Onera, ISAE, UPS) that work on and share many
          disciplinary scientific
          objectives such as computational fluid dynamics, mathematical
          algorithms, optimization
          and structural mechanics. The present research activity will focus on
          the optimization of a
          coupled system describing the fluid-structure behavior and interaction
          of a flexible wing in a transonic flow. Besides all compulsory technical
          aspects investigated in each discipline during this project such as
          metamodels, algorithms handling noisy gradients…, all the partners
          expect an improved comprehension of the way to manage
          multidisciplinary optimizations in a framework of a segmented
          working environment.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              Proyectos II
          •Observation et fonctionnement du
          système Terre
                   – CYMENT : Cycle de l’eau et de la matière
                   dans les bassins versants
                   – ACCLIMAT : Adaptation au Changement
                   CLIMatique de l’Agglomération Toulousaine
                   – POGEQA : Plateforme d’Observation
                   GEostationnaire pour la mesure de la Qualité
                   de l’Air


FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              CYMENT
          • CYMENT is a three years projets which goal is the development of a demonstrator devoted to the
          combined used of space observations and modelling for land hydrology monitoring, from regional to
          global scale and time scales ranging from a few days to several years. In the recent years, remote
          sensing techniques have been used to monitor components of the water balance of large rivers
          basins as well as river water quality. By complementing scarce in situ observations and hydrological
          modelling, space observations have the potential to improve significantly our understanding of
          hydrological processes at work in river basins and their relationship with climate varialibilty and
          socio-economic life. The objectives of this project which gathers together nine partners whose
          expertises range from remote sensing applied to land hydrology to hydrological modelling at
          different spatio-temporal scales are : (1) promote the applications of existing remote sensing
          techniques (radiometry, altimetry, gravimetry, multispectral imagery, etc.) from existing space
          missions – in general not dedicated to land hydrology-, as well as of near future missions (e.g.
          SMOS.) to problems in hydrology, (2) compute space-based hydrological products (soil moisture,
          surface water levels and extent, vertically integrated soil water mass, snow depth, water quality,
          etc.), (3) use in synergy data from different sensors to derive new products (e.g. surface water
          volumes, underground waters), (4) evaluate space-based hydrological products through
          comparisons with in situ observations when possible, (5) develop a set of modelling tools available to
          the project, in addition to existing land hydrology models already used by the partners, (6) compare
          spaced-based hydrological products and model outputs, and – when appropriate - assimilate
          space-based hydrological products into the models (global/regional climate models, regional water-
          management models, etc.), (7) provide examples of applications on a few " test " river basins , (8)
          develop a data base of space-based hydrological products and model outputs, as well as a GIS in
          the " test " basins, (9) express the requirements for future space-borne hydrology missions or sensors,
          and (10) work in collaboration with external partners to prepare future pre-operational systems for
          land waters monitoring (as currently done in meteorology and oceanography).




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              POGEQA
          •POGEQA aims at setting the stage for a future geostationary
          remote-sensing instrument dedicated to the monitoring of Air Quality
          over Europe, with a focus on ozone and carbon monoxide. Three
          complementary activities will demonstrate the synergetic use of
          satellite and surface data and define optimal mission parameters for
          a future instrument in geostationary orbit. Firstly, existing space-borne
          instruments (in polar orbit) will be considered and assimilated in a
          sophisticated assimilation system (MOCAGE-PALM).
          Then, a geostationary observation simulator (GOS) will be built in
          order to perform OSSEs (Observation Simulated System Experiments)
          and to define optimal mission characteristics. These numerical
          experiments, though representing a very small fraction of the cost
          compared to the development of a real test instrument, will allow to
          justify quantitatively the requirements (geometry, sensitivity,
          errors,…). Differents aspects of an exploitation of such an instrument in
          real operational conditions (clouds, observations with
          representativeness errors, radiances…) will also be considered.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              Proyectos III
          • Systèmes embarqués

                   – ROSACE - RObots et Systèmes Auto-
                   adaptatifs Communiquants Embarqués

                   – SYMIAE - Systèmes Miniaturisés Intelligents
                   pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              ROSACE
          • The ROSACE project aims at studying and developing means to design, specify,
          implement and deploy a set of mobile autonomous communicating and cooperating
          robots with well-established properties particularly in terms of safety, self-healability,
          ability to achieve a set of missions and self-adaptation in a dynamic environment.
          The project is focused on the associated software (models, algorithms and systems). We
          propose to address in a systematic and convergent approach the robotics software
          levels and the specific constraints imposed to the middleware level corresponding to the
          real-time embedded systems as well as network and inter-communication level
          management.
          ROSACE will bring together a strong research consortium composed of research teams
          from three laboratories (CERT-ONERA, IRIT and LAAS-CNRS,) for making real progress
          in this area : an active and central object - namely a fleet of cooperative robots - is
          critical for keeping the difficult and ambitious scientific and technical work well
          grounded in relevant realities and well focused on actual needs.
          The consortium competences will be extended through the intervention of high-level
          scientists at the best international level who will be invited to contribute to this
          endeavour. Besides, we will also open a number of very attractive post-doc positions in
          order to enforce the local teams essentially on issues that require very focused and high
          qualification in order to tackle challenging questions.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              SYMIAE
          •This project aims to explore the potentialities of heterogeneous integration between
          RF MEMS technologies with advanced silicon based Integrated circuits (65nm CMOS) to
          develop smart architectures that will be involved in many aeronautic and space
          applications as advanced instrumentation, high bit rate communications or high
          resolution imaging.
          This will be achieved through the development of innovative architectures in the
          millimeterwave range and the project will propose to develop broadband smart
          antennas using RF MEMS devices and circuits-ultimate silicon based transceiver in the
          100 Ghz range and the heterogeneous integration to produce a miniaturized smart
          module. At material level, research will be done to develop piezoelectric actuators that
          will be introduced into the smart antenna architectures. At process level, research will
          be carried out to optimize the technological processes with respect to the mechanical
          strain and to the dielectric charging that are two main issues limiting the RF MEMS
          potential today.
          At circuit level, for one hand, the project will concentrate on the development of RF
          MEMS building bocks and on a reconfigurable antenna array in the 100 Ghz range
          featuring high reliability behaviour. On the other hand the project will address the
          design of a 100 Ghz silicon based transceiver. Finally at system level, the project will
          propose to assess the heterogeneous integration of RF MEMS with integrated circuit to
          realize a smart miniaturized system.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              Proyectos IV
          •Simulation et modélisation

                   –PLASMAX : Modélisation des interactions
                   microondes/plasma pour applications aérospatiales

                   –ADTAO Assimilation de Données Système couplé
                   Terre-Atmosphère-Océan

                   –MAELIA Multi-Agents for Environmental Norms
                   Impact Assessment



FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              PLASMAX
          •Modelling of plasma / microwave interactions for aerospace applications
          The interactions of cold plasmas with microwaves play an important role for
          the operation of various equipments in aerospace environment: for example,
          the power handling of antennas at high altitudes is limited by breakdown
          mechanisms, which are quite well documented for continuous wave
          operation, but not for short pulses. Antennas for spacecraft are also influenced
          by new ionic propulsion environments. On the other hand, controlled density
          plasma could allow for adapting the behaviour of new microwave devices
          leading to improved functionalities.
          Design and performance prediction of such equipments rely on accurate and
          validated models taking into account the various aspects of
          plasma/microwave interactions, many of them being presently unavailable.
          The merging into this project of experienced teams working in microwave
          devices, electromagnetism, space environment, plasma physics, numerical
          solutions for the equations of fluids or particles, electromagnetism, and their
          coupling, with the added value of selected experts, will create conditions for a
          breakthrough towards many new applications.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              MAELIA
          •The MAELIA project consists in modeling the socio-environmental impacts of norms
          designing the management and governance of renewable natural resources (RNR) and
          of the environment. These norms (co-network of social and legal rules and of
          organizations) are the main expression of the public policy targets and aspirations of
          social groups. They shape the inescapable tool of their actual enforcement in the search
          for a sustainable development, but also the first cause of their success or failure. In order
          to evaluate the direct / indirect and expected / unexpected impacts of such norms on a
          territory where RNR are at the same
          time submitted to concurring exploitations and dependant on bio-geochemical and
          physical variability, the platform will couple stylized hydrological, geochemical and
          (land and aquatic) ecosystem dynamics submitted to various climate forcing scenarios.
          It will be endowed with agents representing individuals and (public and private)
          organizations, being users of RNR (socio-economic layer) or being involved in the
          resource management or in the process of environmental decision-making (multi-level
          governance, legal and political layer). These artificial agents, distributed over functional
          evolving networks, will present some cognitive
          capabilities for interpreting formalized social and legal rules and maximize the
          diversification of their interactions with other agents or with the RNR. The platform will
          be designed so to allow full interoperability with other specialized modules developed
          by other partners in different context (ecosystems, economics, SIG, etc.).
          .




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              ADTAO
          •This project involves several partners in Toulouse who are internationally recognized experts in
          environmental modelling, data assimilation and applied mathematics: " Laboratoire de Dynamique
          Terrestre et Planétaire " of the " Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées " (space research), the " Géodésie
          Spatiale " Team of CNES (geodesy), Météo-France (meteorology), CERFACS (mathematical
          algorithms and oceanography), IRIT (computer science) and IMT (applied mathematics). These
          partners share a common objective: to design the next generation of operational data assimilation
          systems by improving the representation of model errors in large, multi-scale and highly nonlinear
          dynamical systems. The project will result in improved descriptions of the components of the
          coupled solid Earth-Atmosphere-Ocean system, with far-reaching benefits to society through
          enhancements in the reliability and accuracy of operational forecasts of important weather and
          climate phenomena (extreme events, El Nino, climate change …).
          In addition, the project includes a second set of partners who seek to further the development of
          multi-scale error modelling for data assimilation in the fields of air traffic control (DSNA),
          computational fluid dynamics (IMFT) and chemical engineering (LGC).




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              Proyectos V

        • Capteurs et instrumentation

                  – I2MC - Instrumentation Multicapteurs pour les Matériaux et structures
                  Composites

                  –MAISOE - Microlaboratoires d’analyses in situ pour des observatoires
                  environnementaux

                  –FDAI-UV - Imageur Diffractif de Fresnel -Validation sol dans l’UV

                  –CASA - CApteurs Spatiaux pour L’Astrophysique




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              I2MC
          •Mastering the fabrication and use of composite materials for structural elements is a
          major challenge for the next
          generations of terrestrial, maritime and aerial vehicles. Their performances are already
          quite remarkable (lightness,rigidity) but it is appropriate to ensure a manufacturing
          free from defect, and to monitor the fatigue effects. The originality of the project is to
          propose an embedded instrumentation of the material by very miniaturized silicon and
          piezo chips (of a few square millimetres, and a few hundred microns thick, and multi
          sensory (temperature, constraint, electrical properties). It should be noted that the
          preliminary attempts, started since 2007, after two years of state of the art analysis, are
          quite encouraging regarding the capacity of a chip to be integrated into an
          environment of fibres and epoxy resin and to remain compatible. Hence, the objective
          of the project is to design and manufacture specific chips, to integrate them into the
          composite material during the fabrication process, and to show that they can be used
          to characterize the quality of the process, and to be ready for a long term evaluation of
          fatigue effects. Test vehicles will be used in the first part of the project, before treating
          more significant demonstrator tests driven by industrial partners gathered in an
          Advisory Board. To realize this work program, a pluri-disciplinary consortium has been
          gathered and an effort of organization was engaged between the Midi-Pyrénées,
          Aquitaine (France) and Quebec (Canada), by gathering teams very concerned by this
          subject and in close connection to the industrial world.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              MAISOE
          •Mastering the fabrication and use of composite materials for structural elements is a
          major challenge for the next
          generations of terrestrial, maritime and aerial vehicles. Their performances are already
          quite remarkable (lightness, rigidity) but it is appropriate to ensure a manufacturing
          free from defect, and to monitor the fatigue effects. The originality of the project is to
          propose an embedded instrumentation of the material by very miniaturized silicon and
          piezo chips (of a few square millimetres, and a few hundred microns thick, and multi
          sensory (temperature, constraint, electrical properties). It should be noted that the
          preliminary attempts, started since 2007, after two years of state of the art analysis, are
          quite encouraging regarding the capacity of a chip to be integrated into an
          environment of fibres and epoxy resin and to remain compatible. Hence, the objective
          of the project is to design and manufacture specific chips, to integrate them into the
          composite material during the fabrication process, and to show that they can be used
          to characterize the quality of the process, and to be ready for a long term evaluation of
          fatigue effects. Test vehicles will be used in the first part of the project, before treating
          more significant demonstrator tests driven by industrial partners gathered in an
          Advisory Board. To realize this work program, a pluri-disciplinary consortium has been
          gathered and an effort of organization was engaged between the Midi-Pyrénées,
          Aquitaine (France) and Quebec (Canada), by gathering teams very concerned by this
          subject and in close connection to the industrial world.




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                              CASA
          •The exploration of the solar system and the study of the distant universe are
          mainly based on in situ particle measurements and remote photon detection.
          Detectors, mostly used to convert momentum into measurable electric
          charges, are closely linked to their analog electronics and together form
          astrophysical “sensor heads”. For the design, construction and test of these
          sensors many different specialties are needed: nuclear and solid state physics,
          electronics as well as general physics.
          Combining these fields, this proposal is aiming to realize sensor heads for IR
          and X, γ astronomy and for the spectrometry of particles in the solar system.
          Several studies of different single sensor heads will be first achieved, driven by
          the scientific objectives of the measurements. The following step includes in
          this three-years proposal will be to multiply the pixels in order to obtain
          images and/or extremely precise energy [and mass] resolution for photons
          [particles]. Integrated multichannels electronics (ASICs) will be developed to
          fulfill these tasks.
          While the short term target of the proposal is to develop new sensors heads for
          astrophysics, in the long-term we wish to accumulate know-how and to
          transform this three-years effort into a stable structure allowing the design of
          new devices for space missions by regrouping the expertise of CESR, LOSE-
          ENSEEIHT, AIME, DESP-ONERA, with the support of CNES, CNRS, University
          and with a strong cooperation with the industry.


FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda


             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Una Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos desde 2008
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretero, intereses
             comunes

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                                     Grupos de prospectiva

    Objectivos:

    • Puntos fuertes
    • Irrigacion de los campos de interes desconocidos
    • Identificar nuevas pistas




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - groupe 1

     •         Défis aéronautiques (animateur : Laurent RASMONT)

     •         Matériaux composites
     •         Propulsion du futur (aéronefs)
     •         Approche facteurs humains pour la sécurité du transport aérien
     •         Outils de couplage pour codes de simulation (voir aussi simulation
               et modélisation ci-dessus)
     •         Plasma pour l’aéronautique et le spatial
     •         Aéroacoustique
     •         Matériaux métalliques
     •         Interaction fluide structure électroactive (en liaison avec EMMAV,
               ndlr)
     •         Impact environnemental de l’aviation (en liaison avec ITAAC)




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - Groupe 2


     •        Observation et fonctionnement du système
              Terre (animateur : Jean-Luc REDELSPERGER)

     •        Changements environnementaux aux échelles
              régionales et décennales
     •        Etudes intégrées en géosciences des régions tropicales
     •        Transfert de la matière des continents aux océans :
              approches intégrées




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - Groupe 3

     •         Systèmes embarqués (animateur : Alain ALBARELLO)
     •         Gestion de réseaux et de systèmes
     •         Architecture embarquée haute performance
     •         Systèmes embarqués et énergie
     •         Autonomie des systèmes embarqués
     •         Architectures reconfigurables, méthodologies
               d’exploration de l’espace de conception et architectures
               RF de réception en radio logicielle
     •         Systèmes à décllenchement par le temps (time
               triggered architecture)
     •         Traitement du signal pour la simulation et la
               modélisation en radio logicielle
     •         Ingénierie des systèmes embarqués
     •         Réseaux de capteurs sans fil

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - Groupe 4


     •         Capteurs et instrumentation (animateur :
               Maurice COMTAT)
     •         Capteurs chimiques
     •         Matériaux et traitement de surface pour
               les capteurs
     •         Détection physique
     •         Systèmes
     •         Structures multimatériaux instrumentés


FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - Groupe 5

     •         Simulation et modélisation (animateur : Pierre
               DEGOND)
     •         Assimilation de données, contrôle, optimisation de
               grande taille, erreurs de modèle, knowledge
               management
     •         Fiabilité, certification, sensibilité, quantification des
               incertitudes, stochastique
     •         Couplages multi-physique, optimisation multi-
               disciplinaire, modèles réduits, multi-agents
     •         Algorithmes, méthodes numériques, architectures,
               parallélisme massif
     •         Multi-échelles, interactions, couplage
               simulation/modélisation


FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                            1ères conclusions - Groupe 6

     •         Technologies émergentes (animateur : Yvan SEGUI)

     •         Energie : Propulsion - Nouvelles sources d’énergie - Organes
               convertisseurs d’énergie, Nouveaux modes de transport de
               l’énergie - Stockage de l’énergie

     •         Aspects environnementaux : cycle de vie - impact
               environnemental - conception de procédés de traitement de
               fluides

     •         Technologie et Application des plasmas en Aéronautique
               et espace : Propulsion plasma - Contrôle d’écoulement -
               Combustion assistée par plasma - Traitements des surfaces, des
               fibres ou des poudres - Dépôts de couches minces - Dépollution,
               décontamination



FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                             Agenda


             • Una Fundacion en Toulouse, Francia
             • Una Fundacion para la Aeronautica y el
             Espacio
             • 16 proyectos desde 2008
             • Una reflexion para los 10 proximos anos
             • De Toulouse a Queretero, intereses
             comunes

FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                                                                                   Conclusion

     •         Carta de intencion…
     •         UNAQ y STAE
     •         Nuevos industriales
     •         Nuevas aplicaciones




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009
                     http://www.fondation-stae.net




FCS RTRA – Sciences et Technologies pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace – Queretaro – octubre 2009

								
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