The SPEED facility is used in an educational context during teaching lectures given in Licence (L3 - UCA) and Master (M1/M2 Astrophysics MAUCA and soon AstroMundus) degrees.

 

In Physics license degree, SPEED is part of two elective and supervised projects given in the second semester of the 3rd year on coronography and cophasing optics. 

[1] Coronagraphy: diffractive optics for exoplanets detection

[2] Cophasing optics: active optics for astronomical observations

 

In Astrophysics master degree, SPEED is part of an instrumental course given in a METEOR (Modules Experiments ThEOry Research) of the MAUCA master's degree (http://mauca.unice.fr/) and in two instrumental courses given in the MASS master's degree (https://www.master-mass.eu/).

[3] CSO: Cophasing Segmented Optics (https://www.dropbox.com/s/lerreq5hqvmsfxf/CSO-METEOR.pdf?dl=0) - M1/M2 MAUCA

[4] Telescope Optics - joint Erasmus Master MASS (Master in Astrophysics and Space Science, compulsory course) 

[5] Cophasing Optics - joint Erasmus Master MASS (Master in Astrophysics and Space Science, compulsory course) 

 

Summary of courses currently proposed:

 Lecture  University year in which the course was provided
 Supervised project on coronagraphy [1]  2018-2019 / 2019-2020 / 2020-2021
 Supervised project on cophasing [2]  -
 Cophasing Segmented Optics [3]  2018-2019 (M1) / 2019-2020 (M2) / 2021-2022 (M1)
 Telescope Optics [4]  2022-2023 (M1)
 Cophasing Optics [5]  2022-2023 (M1)