All IRT Saint Exupery PhD students benefit from its specific private-public environment. In particular, their academic and industrial advisors ensure the highest scientific standards in parallel with the development of their awareness to the needs of industry, providing opportunities to expand their professional network.
There are currently 31 PhD students, 21 post-docs researchers and 34 PhD alumni. These PhD activities are or have been developed in collaboration with around 30 laboratories, mainly located in Toulouse and Bordeaux, but also in Albi, Limoges, Montpellier, Sophia Antipolis, Grenoble, Poitiers, Caen, Saclay, Amiens, Arras and abroad in Montréal or the USA.
With the AIDA program (Aerospace Industry PhD Acculturation), IRT Saint Exupéry offers PhD students to visit 2 or 3 Aerospace companies per year. The aim is to make the PhD students better know jobs and careers in such companies.
Usually, the visit is composed of:
This event usually takes place in the middle of the year and attracts around 150 attendees, with a significant participation of academic or industrial IRT members.
IRT Saint Exupéry PhD students present their work with various communication ways:
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[Portrait 14] Jonathan Hugues, research engineer specialized in metal additive manufacturing
Plinio Bau defended his thesis on Control of Wide Bandgap Power Transistors
Robin Acheen defended his thesis on the determination & influence of the existence of partial discharges in a railway traction system using SiC-based components
A look back at one of the activities of the IRT’s composites division: thermoplastic composites.
[Portrait 13] Fabio Coccetti, expert on reliability of critical components for aerospace
Antoine Casadebaigt defended his thesis on Oxidation behaviour of Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy fabrication by Additive Manufacturing.
Renan Leroux defended his thesis on simulation system design methodology in Extended Enterprise, based on model-driven system engineering
[Portrait 12] Maud-Alix Mader, expert in deep learning, develops hybrid models between physics and AI
[Portrait 11] Julien Baclet, systems engineer, MBSE modeling expert
COVID-19 : IRT Saint Exupéry remains mobilized (FR/EN)
Alexandra Pessot defended her thesis on the modeling of performances and ageing of low-temperature PEM fuel cells for aerospace applications
Marie Levêque defended her thesis on hybrid pumping capillary mechanical two-phase loop
9th Fall Meeting of the STAE Foundation
[Portrait 10] Karine Labastie, technical advisor on impregnation processes for high-performance multifunctional composite materials
IRT Saint Exupéry team won 2 paper awards @ERTS2020 congress!
Pierre-Jean Barjhoux defended his thesis on large scale structural optimization with categorical and continuous mixed design variables
Sami El Aabid defended his thesis on model based method dedicated to the diagnosis of PEMFCs
[Portrait 09] Aurore Risacher, doctor in plasma physics, is fascinated by electric arcs
[Portrait 08] Nesrine Badache, R&D engineer in model-based systems engineering (MBSE)
[Portrait 07] Mathieu Picard, specialist in artificial intelligence applied to mission planning for earth observation satellites
IRT PhD students and post-doctoral researchers visited Airbus D&S
[Portrait 06] Ludovic Barrière, aeronautical research engineer specializing in structures, computational mechanics and numerical methods
[PRESSE] 1st aeronautical training & profession exhibition in Toulouse
[Portrait 05] François Gallard, aeronautical research engineer and multidisciplinary optimization (MDO) architect
IRT Saint Exupéry organized its 4th PhD’s Day
[Portrait 04] Cédric Abadie, research engineer in partial discharges and 1st IRT Saint Exupéry PhD student
GIFAS Thermoplastic Plenary Meeting @ IRT Saint Exupéry
Marion Broutelle defended her thesis on composite materials with ceramic oxide/oxide matrix
Karim Elayoubi defended his thesis on optical links through the atmosphere
[Portrait 03] Laurent Ferres, head of materials platforms and the Bordeaux site
IRT PhD students visited aerospace companies in Bordeaux
Vincent Renon defended his thesis on αβ titanium alloys
[Portrait 02] Olivier Liandrat, computer science engineer in image processing and machine learning
Kamil Mrozewski defended his thesis on mechanical tightening of a single polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
IRT Saint Exupéry attended the “National Engineers Day”
Yuanci Zhang has defended her thesis on electrochemical energy storage
[Portrait 01] Laura Fourgeaud, research engineer in thermal science
Victor Dos Santos has defended his thesis on conducted electromagnetic emissions
Romain Dupuis has defended his thesis on surrogate model and machine learning
A new specialized master’s degree “Artificial Intelligence & Business Transformation” at ISAE-SUPAERO in partnership with IRT Saint Exupéry
Alexandre Marie has defended his thesis on control and intensification of heat transfers
Caroline Gaya has defended her thesis on lithium-air batteries for aircraft applications
Congrats Manuel González Sentís winner of the “Journées CNES des Jeunes Chercheurs”
Marie Laveissiere has defended her thesis on Surface Treatments – Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation
Nicolas Bello has defended his thesis on Al-Cu-(Li) aluminum alloys
Saber Chelaghma has defended his thesis on Thermoplastic Composites
Omar Chihani has defended his thesis on degradation of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs off the shelf components
Vincent Bedel has defended his thesis on Processing and optimisation of a conductive poly(epoxy) coating
Almost 550 interviews and more than 200 candidates at the Apprenticeship Aerospace exhibition
Victor Dos Santos has won the GEET Doctoral School Congress Contest