Nanosatellites Operations and their Launch activities
27 May 2018
Applications for the Nanosatellites Operations and their Launch activities are
Click on the link and follow the application instructions REGISTER HERE
The deadline for registration is 31st December 2017
Do you want to learn how to carry out space operations for cubesats and the associated Launch operations? Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is collaborating with the Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES) to host the Nanosatellites Operations and their Launch activities in Marseille, France. It will be held in conjunction to the SpaceOps 2018 conference, on the Sunday before the conference starts. During the one day event, students and young professionals will have the opportunity to learn about different approaches to space operations as well as to hear about international peers working on cubesat projects.
During this workshop, participants from around the world will learn about the different philosophies behind cubesat operations and launch operations associated to them. 2 Participants or group of participants will also have the opportunity to showcase their cubesat project.
After the lectures by each representative, all participants will have a chance to engage in discussions via a panel discussion.
The workshop is open to students and young professionals. If you aspire to work for a company, an international space agency, or if you are interested in starting your own satellite operations company, then this one day workshop is a great opportunity to learn about the challenges and excitement of space operations.
Registration Costs: Workshop Registration is free.
How to Register: Register for the workshop HERE
(New!) Scholarship Opportunity:
SGAC is partnering with the French Space Agency, CNES to allow up to 10 University students to attend the 15th conference on space operations, SpaceOps 2018, hosted in Marseille, France from May 28 th to June 1st 2018. The 10 selected students will receive grants up to €500 each to cover their traveling and accommodation costs as well as the entrance fee to the SpaceOps conference. If less than 10 students were to be selected, smaller grants (€125 or €250 maximum) would be offered to attend only the Students and Young Professionals (SYP) workshop.
More information: www.spacegeneration.org/cg-spaceops
Other SYP events during SpaceOps:
- Speed Mentoring on 29th May
- Laboratoire D'astrophysique De Marseille (LAM) Tour on 28th May and 1st June
*Note: Order of Speakers and Presentation Topics Subject to Change*