The Faculty of Aerospace Engineering offers a wide variety of options for Masters and Ph.D. degrees.
The graduate program’s areas of specialization are:
Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Aerodynamics of Bodies, Fluid Mechanics, Ballistics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Numerical Methods in Fluids, Aeroacoustics, Dynamics of Rarified Gases.
Structures and Solid Mechanics
Solid Mechanics, Stability and Buckling, Finite Elements, Composite Structures and Materials, Durability and Failure, Smart Structures, Biological, Active, Bio-inspired and Meta-Materials, 3D Printing.
Guidance, Navigation and Control
Missile Guidance, Navigation (including computer vision-aided and autonomous navigation), Flight Control, State and Parameter Estimation, System Identification, Fault Detection and Identification, Control of Networked Systems, Man-Machine Systems.
Propulsion and Combustion
Jet Propulsion, Rocket Propulsion including Solid, Gel and Hybrid Propellants, Ramjet Engines, Combustion Processes, Energy and Heat Transfer, Electric Space Propulsion, Down-Scaling of Engines and Propulsion Systems for Micro-Aircraft’s Applications.
Interdisciplinary subjects such as Aeroelasticity, Helicopters, Structural Control, Design Theories and Methodologies, Flight and Space Vehicles’ Systems, Plasma Actuators, Flow Control.
In all the above areas there is a possibility of conducting analytical, experimental or computational research. The Faculty is well-equipped with advanced laboratories and computer facilities. Graduate students may also use the Technion’s advanced computer systems.
General detailed information for all graduates for higher degrees can be found on the site of the Graduate School. Detailed information for prospective applicants can found under the heading “Prospective applicants“.
Phone: (04) 829-3365