Office National Etudes et de Recherches / ONERA

What we offer:
ONERA (Office National d’Etudes et Recherches Aérospatiales) is the French national aerospace research center. It is a public research establishment, with eight major facilities in France and about 2,000 employees, including 1,500 scientists, engineers and technicians.

ONERA was originally created by the French government in 1946, and assigned six key missions:

Direct and conduct aeronautical research
Support the commercialization of this research by national and European industry
Construct and operate the associated experimental facilities
Supply industry with high-level technical analyses and other services.
Perform technical analyses for the government
Train researchers and engineers


Topics:
  • WP Space
    • Earth observation
      • DT-SPACE-01-EO-2018-2020 : Copernicus Market Uptake
      • LC-SPACE-24-EO-2020: Copernicus evolution : Mission exploitation concepts
      • LC-SPACE-04-EO-2019-2020: Copernicus evolution : Research activities in support of cross-cutting applications between Copernicus services
      • LC-SPACE-05-EO-2019: Copernicus evolution : Research activities in support of a European operationnal monitoring system for fossil CO2 emissions
      • DT-SPACE-06-EO-2019 : International Cooperation Copernicus - Designing EO downstream applications with international partners
    • EGNSS Market uptake
      • LC-SPACE-EGNSS-1-2019-20: EGNSS applications fostering green, safe and smart mobility
      • SU-SPACE-EGNSS-3-2019-20: EGNSS applications fostering societal resilience and protecting the environment
  • WP Transport
    • LC-MG-1-6: Aviation operations impact on climate change
    • LC-MG-1-9: Upgrading transport infrastructure in order to monitor noise and emissions
    • MG-2-8: Innovative applications of drones for ensuring safety transport

Responsible

Mr Jerome Huon de Kermadec
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