Updated September 2021: Please note – this emphasis is no longer available.
Students who have completed the core course AER1315 previously can still pursue this emphasis provided they also fulfil the rest of the emphasis requirements. See below.
- AER1315 Sustainable Aviation
- AER1303 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
- AER1304 Fundamentals of Combustion
- AER1306 Special Topics in Reacting Flows (reading)
- AER1308 Introduction to Modern Flow Control
- AER1310 Turbulence Modelling
- AER1316 Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics
- AER1318 Topics in Computational Fluid Dynamics
- AER1319 Finite Volume Methods for CFD
- AER1322 Modern Aerospace Propulsion
- AER1403 Advanced Aerospace Structures
- AER1418 Variational Methods for Partial Differential Equations
- AER501 Computational Structural Mechanics and Design Optimization
- AER510 Aerospace Propulsion
- CIV1307 Lifecycle Assessment of Engineering Activities
- PHY1498 Introduction to Atmospheric Physics
- PHY2505 Atmospheric Radiative Transfer and Remote Sounding
- PHY2504 Atmospheric Dynamics
- CHE1123 Liquid Biofuels
- JCC1313 Environmental Microbiology
Research: Doctoral stream students must complete a thesis project in an area of relevance to sustainable aviation; topics will require approval of the Scientific Committee. While not a strict requirement, it is strongly advised that students wishing to acquire a strong knowledge of sustainable aviation also participate in the Summer School on Sustainable Aviation, the International Workshop on Aviation and Climate Change, the National Colloquium on Sustainable Aviation and the Student Research Symposium.
Please submit a summary of your research or potential thesis topic to Prof. D.W. Zingg, Director of the Centre for Research in Sustainable Aviation.