Aerospace: ÉTS Researchers at the Forefront
In Québec, ÉTS stands at the forefront of applied research in aerospace. In a market where stiff global competition and environmental pressures are constantly on the rise, its researchers make a notable contribution to creating innovative technological solutions and confirming Montréal’s place among the world’s leading aerospace centres.
ÉTS Researchers Collaborate with the Biggest Players in the Aerospace Industry
Nearly 60 ÉTS researcher professors lead more than 90 projects in collaboration with 70 partners, including the largest in the industry. They also collaborate on R & D projects with the Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Québec (CRIAQ), the Consortium for Aerospace Research and Innovation in Canada (CARIC), the Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN), and the Coalition for Greener Aircraft (the SA2GE project).
Strategic Directions in Aerospace
ÉTS focuses on three main research topics:
- Innovative manufacturing (digital businesses, advanced manufacturing and materials, intelligent cells, robotics, composites, alloys, additive manufacturing, etc.);
- Avionics, control systems, UAVs and satellites;
- Aircraft modelling and simulation (tests, aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, multidisciplinary design, etc.).