The Master program in Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics trains students to fundamental and applied research in the fields of aerial, spatial or terrestrial transport. It provides more particularly an expertise in the development of models and numerical methods for the analysis of the external fluid flows (e.g. around aircraft) or internal fluid flow (e.g. aircraft engine turbomachinery), their interaction with structures and generation of sound waves, and how to optimize and control these flows and to quantify the reliability of numerical solutions.
Students with a French or foreign M1-level degree in Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics.
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