The ELECTRONIQUE team participates in international instrumental development projects, ground or space, for research in astrophysics. Our main contributions concern the fields of radio astronomy and exploration of the solar system:
- high-resolution spectrometer of the HIFI instrument onboard the Herschel satellite of the European Space Agency,
- digitization and correlation systems of the ALMA interferometric network,
- ChemCam instrument aboard the NASA Mars exploration rover Curiosity,
- SuperCam instrument for the NASA mission March 2020,
- Wisdom surface penetrating radar for the Exomars mission of the European Space Agency.
These large projects, managed by major national or supranational bodies (CNES, ESA, NASA, ESO, etc.), are often carried out in the framework of national collaborations (IRAP, LATMOS, radio astronomy station of Nançay, etc.) or international collaborations (ASTRON, LANL, NRAO, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, etc.). For the production and production of electronic boards, the team relies on a network of industrialists, mostly regional.
The team's expertise spans a wide range of electronics, from hardware to software, to firmware: design of microwave circuits in planar technology up to 20 GHz, development of mixed analog-digital ASIC and electronic boards High-density integration, FPGA and microcontroller programming, embedded system design, mathematical modeling for digital signal processing, graphical interface development and computer codes for control / control or digital processing.
The team welcomes students throughout the year from various courses (BTS, IUT, LMD, engineering school, doctoral student) to contribute to the design, testing and validation activities. The team also contributes to teaching tasks in IUT and engineering school.
- Herschel (Philippe)
- ALMA (Benjamin / Stéphane)
- MSL ChemCam (Philippe / Benjamin)
- Exomars Wisdom (Philippe / Stéphane)
- Mars 2020 SuperCam (Philippe / Benjamin)
- SKA (Stéphane)
|2016||M. D. Deleuze, P. B. Bernardi, Ph. Cais, R. P. Perez, J. M. R. Rees, et al.. SuperCam_MastUnit. 3rd International Workshop on Instrumentation for Planetary Mission, held 24-27 October, 2016 in Pasadena, California. LPI Contribution No. 1980, id.4009, Oct 2016, Pasadena, United States. 2016.||Link|
|2016||Thierry Fouchet, Roger Wiens, Sylvestre Maurice, Jeffrey R. Johnson, Samuel Clegg, et al.. The SuperCam Remote Sensing Suite for MARS 2020: Nested and Co-Aligned LIBS, Raman, and VISIR Spectroscopies, and color micro-imaging. DPS 48 / EPSC 11 (Division for Planetary Sciences and the European Planetary Science Congress), Oct 2016, Pasadena, United States. American Astronomical Society, 48, pp.123.09, 2016.||Link|
|2016||M. Feroci, E. Bozzo, S. Brandt, M. Hernanz, M. Van Der Klis, et al.. The LOFT mission concept: a status update. 2016SPIE.9905E.1RF - Proceedings of the SPIE, Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray - Volume 9905, id. 99051R 20 pp. (2016), held 30-06 au 01-07-2016 in Edimbourg - Ecosse, Jun 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 9905, 2016,||Link|
|2016||Gie Han Tan, Robert Lehmensiek, Bhushan Billade, Krzysztof Caputa, S. Gauffre, et al.. An innovative, highly sensitive receiver system for the Square Kilometre Array Mid Radio Telescope. 2016SPIE.9906E.60T - Proceedings of the SPIE, Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VI, Volume 9906, id. 990660 20 pp. (2016), held 26-06 au 01-07-2016 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Jun 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 9906, 2016,||Link|
|2016||Roger C. Wiens, Sylvestre Maurice, K. Mccabe, Ph. Cais, Ryan B. Anderson, et al.. The SuperCam Remote Sensing Instrument Suite for Mars 2020. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Mar 2016, The Woodlands, TX, United States. LPSC 2016, pp.1322, Sess643: Instrument Concepts: Cameras and Imagery.||Link|