工程学部学术论坛：SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FOR SPACE SYSTEMS-- HOW TO DESIGN, REALIZE, VALIDATE AND OPERATE LAUNCH VEHICLES
报告题目：SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FOR SPACE SYSTEMS-- HOW TO DESIGN, REALIZE, VALIDATE AND OPERATELAUNCH VEHICLES
Patrick FARFAL has 37 years’experience with Aerospatiale Defence and Space, then EADS Astrium (today ArianeGroup), from 1972 to 2009, in Launch and Space Vehicles engineering. He was the Vice-President then President of the Energetic Technical Committee, 3AF (French Aeronautic and Astronautic Association) from 2004 to 2008. He was a Professor at French «Grandes Ecoles»: Institut Superieur d Electronique de Paris from 1968 to 1971, then from 1975 to 1995 and at College de Polytechnique (continuing education) since 2007 to 2010. He organized many international conferences or symposiums and published more than 30 paperson Lightning, ElectroMagnetic Compatibility, Pyrotechnics, Systems Engineering, Complexity (including, as a consultant since 2009, papers in the fields of Systems, Complexity and Systems Engineering)。He is aMember and secretary of AFSCET (French Association for Systems), of Emergence Group (think tank in complexity), of 3AF (French Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics).In addition,Patrick FARFAL was also aFormer member of AFIS (French Systems Engineering Association) and a former member of CESAMES (Centre of Excellence on Systems Architecture, Management, Economy and Strategy).
In recent years,system studies and development of on-board Systems (flight control, energy generation and distribution, vehicle management, pyrotechnics), from upstream studies to system validation have developed very rapidly.
This report will explain to us what space systems are? What are systems? What is system engineering for space systems? And show us how much it costs to complete a set of space systems engineering.
Then Patrick FARFAL will show us how to provide lighting on Design, Realization, Validation and Operation of Launch Vehicles: stakes, needs, constraints, risks. Finally help to discover one job in Space Program Engineering.