Applied Physics and Mathematics (CTE-F)
Challenges: Research in areas of interest in the space sector: materials and surfaces treatments, special welding, laser isotopic enrichment, analysis of the effects of solar and cosmic radiation on devices, systems in the atmosphere, mathematical and computational modeling.

Materials Chemistry (CTE-Q)
Challenges: Understanding physical and chemical parameters involved in space systems, focusing on the development of more efficient materials, structures, and processes.

Space Propulsion and Hypersonics (CTE-P)
Challenges: To develop and study technologies for innovative aerospace propulsion systems and space systems that enable short and long-duration missions.

Space Sensors and Actuators (CTE-S)
Challenges: Develop national strategic technologies for the Defense and Aerospace sectors, focusing on sensor and actuator systems and devices.

Space Systems, Testing and Launching (CTE-E)
Challenges: New technologies for rocket engine development, components, and integration of nano and microsatellite launch vehicles.

Technology Management (CTE-G)
Challenges: Methodologies related to strategic project management and decision support, criticality analysis of technologies, technological prospecting, logistics, and distribution.