The Aerospace Student Challenge 2009/2010

L'incontournable projet étudiant

In partnership with great European participants in aeronautical and space sectors:

ACEaslDassaultAirbus GroupESAGifasMusée de l'Air et de l'Espace Thales

Results for 2009 - 2010

"Fourth exercise results"

13 teams competed for the Student Aerospace Challenge during the 2009 - 2010 exercise.

The student's reports were returned on May 17th, 2010. They were evaluated on June 16th, 2010 by the Steering Committee of the Challenge composed of partners and academic representatives.

The quality of the works was again greeted by the Steering Committee and it chose to award prizes to the following teams:

  • IPSA (Ivry) received the ACE-ESA Prize from Jean-Pierre Haigneré, former European astronaut and Astronaut Club Européen President. The Ouranos team studied the primary propulsion system of the MSV.
  • Ensam (Paris) received the DASSAULT AVIATION Prize from Michel Rigault, aerospace expert of Dassault Aviation. The Syvat Odysseus Motorisation Principale team studied the primary propulsion system of the MSV.
  • ENAC (Toulouse) received the EADS Prize from Barbara Cochard, responsible of recruiting and RH marketing of EADS. Enac Challenges Aérospatiaux team studied the attitude control system of the suborbital vehicle.
  • IDEST-Paris-XI (Sceaux) received the IAF - GIFAS Prize from Thomas Hétier of IAF. The IDEST team has been awarded for its work on legal aspects of the suborbital manned flights.
  • ISAE/SupAéro (Toulouse) received the SAFRAN Prize from Caroline Diebolt, corporate campus manager. The SupAéro team studied the primary propulsion system of the MSV.
  • ISAE/Ensica (Toulouse) received the THALES Prize from Olivier Hiernaux of Thales. The Space Trainer Team studied special equipments to simulate suborbital flight.

For the first time, the Partners' Special Prize awarded the high value of works realized by the SupAéro team concerning the primary propulsion system.

The ceremony of prize-giving was held on June 29th, 2010 in the Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace at Le Bourget during the the third "Suborbital Day". This seminar allowed the teams to present their works to the other students, the partners and the academic representatives.

 

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News of the Challenge

How to take part?

With the agreement of their teaching institution, teams (two to five students) can apply online, on this website, to work on one of the 11 Work Packages proposed by the Challenge. These projects can be led completely autonomously ...

Research

Who can apply to the Challenge?

The Challenge aims to European college students.
If you are currently studying any of the following subjects, the Challenge is for you:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Aerospace engineering
  • Economy
  • Law
  • Communication
  • Design
  • Medicine
  • Etc.

Work instructions

To check carefully before beginning the project.

Platform access

Access to the platform teams to download.
(For teams registered).