The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), through its Vice-President’s Office for Scientific Policy, has prepared a new knowledge map to collect the results and research activity of UC3M groups in the area of aeronautics, space and New Space, a growing sector which works, among other things, on industrial development for private space flights.
The R+D+i compiled in this document is multidisciplinary in nature and includes the work carried out in the Airbus-UC3M Joint Technological Activities Centre and in 37 research groups and laboratories of the University in three areas of knowledge:
Engineering: Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Telematics Engineering, Thermal and Fluid Engineering, Systems Engineering and Automation, Continuum Mechanics and Structural Theory, Electronics Technology and Signal and Communications Theory.
Law: Private Law, Public State Law and Private Social and International Law.
Physics and Mathematics.
The presentation of this technological map took place on the 25th of October 2022, at an event on the "R+D+i Challenge in New Space", organised at UC3M’s Science Park. The event was attended by, among others, the principal of the UC3M Polytechnic School, Paloma Díaz, and the commissioner of PERTE Aerospace, Miguel Belló.