AVIO 1603: Cosmic radiation In-flight Measurement and real-time analysis for Electronic Systems and passenger protection (CIMES)

Due to increasing miniaturization, future systems will be made of components that are more energy efficient and at the same time more sensitive to external radiation. To ensure that future systems remain protected against cosmic radiation and single events, aircraft and flight systems manufacturers must collect in-flight data for cosmic radiations and develop a global strategy for real-time processing of this data to provide pilots, crew and aircraft operations, with appropriate information to help them make the right decisions in case of unusually high cosmic radiation exposure. AVIO-1603 is intended to develop an on-flight response to the challenge of cosmic radiation.

Intern: 
Sadia Assad
Faculty Supervisor: 
Adam Skorek
Province: 
Quebec
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