Hybrogines is an aerospace growth company, recently founded and operating from France’s space area, that aims to provide an advanced orbital transfer vehicle for small satellites powered with performant and flexible hybrid-propellant rocket engines.
Our ambition relies on complementary profiles, with solid skills and varied experiences. Our team is currently made up of eight highly motivated engineers, but will quickly grow to include scientists, engineers, technicians and managers from the best French and European institutions, with in-depth expertise at the interface of business and technology.
We follow a simple but strong mid-term road map to success: move forward step by step, orient choices towards the future and capitalize on knowledge. For the moment, we are developing and testing the innovative 1 kN thrust hybrid engine that will power our orbital transfer vehicle. Feel free to contact us for more information.
We are all genuine aerospace engineers who have proven by the past the ability to work together and direct individual accomplishments toward a common vision.
Lény is an aerospace engineer with strong background in mechanical design and simulation. He worked for 5 years at Comat and has been involved at various stages of research and development, from call biding to qualification, manufacturing, testing and delivery. He developed a wide and comprehensive knowledge of the aerospace hardware development cycle, and acquired an extensive network in the french industry. At Hybrogines, Lény is responsible for managing the company, establishing its startegy, and leading its overall vision and execution. He holds a mechanical engineering engineer’s diploma from ISAE-Supméca and is currently training as a business manager at IncubAlliance.
Nicolas is a propulsion engineer with strong background in fluid dynamics and combustion. He has been working as a technical project manager at Safran for 5 years and has been involved in various projects regarding commercial aircraft engines. He developed capability of meeting specifications and needs of a mid-term project and ability to manage a team while working as part of a larger multidisciplinary team. At Hybrogines, he is responsible for the management of the company's research and development activities as well as its technological needs. He holds an aerospace engineering master’s degree from CentraleSupeléc and a mechanical engineering engineer’s diploma from ISAE-Supméca.
Abdenassar is an aerospace engineer passionate with entrepreneurship. His education, experience and self-taught quality have led him to have interdisciplinary skills in a wide variety of fields. His interest in innovation and aerospace challenges have led him to work on hybrid-propellant rocket engines as a part-time project. At Hybrogines, Abdenassar is responsible for implementing the company's policies and strategies and overseeing its day-to-day operations. He holds a master's degree in aerospace engineering from CentraleSupélec, a mechanical engineering engineer’s diploma from ISAE-Supméca and a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Cergy-Pontoise.
****** is an outstanding senior aerospace propulsion engineer. He has been working at ****** for 11 years as a project manager and technical leader on advanced space propulsion concepts, following 7 years at Airbus Defence & Space as a propulsion engineer, where he was involved in the most advanced space engine programs of the time. At Hybrogines, ****** is responsible for the vision, design and innovation aspects of the company's products and services. He holds an engineer's diploma in general engineering from Arts et Métiers ParisTech, a master's degree in aerospace engineering from ISAE-Supaéro and a master's degree in physics from University of Bordeaux.
Maixent is a general engineer with genuine interest in aerospace vehicles and propulsion systems design. He has worked at leading institutions and companies such as CNES, ONERA and Exotrail on various topics such as nano-satellite manufacturing, reusable launcher design and automation through machine learning. He has gained a deep understanding of tomorrow's aerospace technical challenges. At Hybrogines, he is responsible for overseeing all scientific aspects of the company's products and services. He holds a general engineering engineer's diploma from École Polytechnique and a master's degree in aerospace engineering from ISAE-Supaéro.
Nadia is a materials engineer with a strong taste for innovation and aerospace challenges. She has been working at Safran for 5 years, on failure analysis and repair development issues, and has previously worked in leading companies and research centers such as AREVA and CEA where she gained a deep understanding of the processing-structure-properties relationships of various class of materials, including metals and polymers. At Hybrogines, she is responsible for overseeing all aspects of our development programs involving materials science, from material selection and sizing to propellant management. She holds a materials science engineer's diploma from INP Phelma.
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