CranSEDS presents "The Space of Tomorrow - From Vostok to Artemis", a one-day conference on the past, present and future of space exploration.
The date is approaching fast and we’re making preparations. Don’t miss out!
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Our aim is to bring students, companies and agencies together through their passion for space.
The conference will be on the 11th JUNE and in an ONLINE format so that everyone can attend it!
At CranSEDS we want to share our passion and make it accessible to everyone which is why we decided to make it FREE for everyone!
Conferences, panels and interviews, workshops, challenges and so much more!
Registration is now open!
What is space debris? How much of a threat is it really? What can we do about it?
These are just a few of the questions that Zoe Tenacci, Systems Engineer at Astroscale, will answer on her talk "Space debris and the long overdue space clean up" and how does Astroscale plan to remove them.
From Cleanspace Harpoon to Sunrise Active Debris Removal, Peter Steele a Future Programs Engineer at Airbus will join us to talk about the different Active Debris Removal projects he has been involved with.
Airbus' RemoveDEBRIS project is aimed at performing key active debris removal (ADR) technology tests in search of the best ways to clean up space.
From initial mission requirements to flight operation simulation, Sylvain Lodiot from European Space Agency will share his experience as Hera Spacecraft Operation Manager, a position he had on Rosetta and Solar Orbiter.
As a robotics technologist, Jeff Delaune was part of the navigation team for NASA’s Mars Helicopter flight project.
He will explain the key concepts of a mission of such size in terms of state estimation, sensor fusion, perception, computer vision, system engineering and mission design.
55 years ago at NASA, Jerry Woodfill was the sole Apollo 11 and 13 Spacecraft Warning System Engineer. He was responsible for the Apollo 13 alarm and words, "Houston, we have a problem.”
Who else but someone that lived it to tell a story?
From developing a constellation of Cubesats for tracking resident space objects in Low Earth Object to drag augmentation systems for space debris mitigation. Join us to discover how the engineers of the future are solving the problems of the past space exploration!
A panel with Tanveer Ahmed (Co-founder & CTO of Digantara), Zaria Serfontein (PhD at Cranfield University & UKSEDS Vice-Chair) and Bruno Carvalho (Director at D-Orbit Portugal).
What does space exploration mean? How do the space agencies, private companies and academia work together? What are the main milestones of human spaceflight history?
With Marc Toussaint (32 yeas of experience at ESA involved in renowned programmes such as Columbus and Ariane), Wanda Sigur (Lambent Engineering LLC President & Founder and former VP at Lockheed Martin Space) and Bianca Cefalo (Director of IBD at Carbice Corportation, Founder at Cosmica Space Consulting Ltd and co-founder & CEO at Space DOTS Ltd)
What is Cranfield University? What are the MSc the university offers? What does being a CranSEDS member mean?
With Helen Atkinson (Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Cranfield University)
Join as for an interview with Charlotte Beskow, Head of the ESA Transportation Office in Kourou
The "3, 2, 1 and liftoff!" Workshop will offer students different career paths in space, from positions in industry to continue studying with a PhD or even creating their own company.
For that Oliver Blyth (Spacecraft Systems Graduate Engineer at Airbus), Zaria Serfontein (PhD Candidate at Cranfield University and UKSEDS Vice-Chair) and Rabi Boundi (CEO & Co-founder of Space Impulse) will join the discussion!
The "CranSEDS: Space is Our Mission" will give attendees the opportunity to discover what CranSEDS is up to!
With Maria Carrillo Barrenechea (Vicinity - Satellite Design Competition), Mikel Bueno Viso (CRUZER - Olympus Rover Trials), Adrien Gilbert (ANY-1, UKSEDS Orbex National Rocketry Championship), Paul Bauerlé (IFPRTY - European Rocketry Challenge), Jaime Martín Lozano and Andrej Mišejka (Hybrid Rocket Motor and Test Stand research project).
The "International Space Students" Workshop will offer student space societies all around the world the chance to get involved with the event and share their amazing projects with the International Space Student community and the companies who will attend the event!
Are you interested?
We will be using Zoom as a platform to boradcast the event. If you did the pre-registration, you should receive an email with the email. If not, don't worry just follow the link below!
Once the forum has started it will be accessible from Vostok 1 by means of a breakout room. Don't worry as we will let you know when it is available! And remember you can always come back and forth ib between the two channels.
The Career Fair runs in a completely different Zoom link. There will be two types of stands open and 1-on-1. The first ones will be available for anyone with a simple Zoom session. The second ones are only accessible for registered attendees with appointments.
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CSJ Career Fair Team
CSJ Career Fair Team
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