SPECIAL MASTER OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
The Special Master of Aerospace Engineering is for students having a university title in any engineering discipline obtained in EU universities or an equivalent university title obtained outside EU. It is a two-year program; however, it reduces to a one-year program for students with a degree in the area of aerospace engineering. Students are trained in research and development activities through an educational programme that covers both theoretical and practical aspects, including lab activities. At the School of Aerospace Engineering the following labs are active:
Power Systems for Aerospace Lab
ARCA Automation Robotics and Control for Aerospace Lab
EOSIAL Earth Observation Satellite Images Applications Lab
Flight Mechanics Lab
Guidance and Navigation Lab "Michele D. Sirinian"
Nanosatellities Electronics Lab
Thermo-vacuum and Optics Lab
Human Factor Lab
The School's facilities include a ground station for tracking and commanding satellites, a space simulator (thermo-vacuum, magnetic field, sun simulator) and a clean room for assembling microsatellites.