Events, seminars and conferences linked to space

L4SPACE

Image credit: Gerd Altmann

- Events and future talks

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- Past events

  1. Space Summer School

    Event organized by the Nuclear Center of Mol
    The Space Summer School is a multidisciplinary and international learning event for highly-motivated PhD students, early-stage researchers and professionals from a diverse range of educational and professional backgrounds (biomedical scientists, physicists, (bio-)engineers, …), with an interest in life sciences and physical & medical health challenges associated with human space exploration. It combines theoretical classes, practical exercises and technical visits in several domains related to space research and development.
    Where? SCK-CEN at Mol
    When? June 24th - July 5th, 2019
    Info

  2. SPACE Industry Day

    Event organized by the KU Leuven (Auditorium van de 2e Hoofdwet, Thermotechnisch Instituut, Heverlee)
    A series of actors of the space sector will present their panel of activities, ongoing and future projects as well as their professional profiles and job opportunities. Moments are foreseen to allow for direct contact between the participants and the industry actors.
    Where? KU Leuven
    When? 25 mars, 2019
    Info

  3. Switch to space

    Event organized by the YouSpace platform
    With Frank De Winne, Belgian astronaut, actually chief of the Center for European Astronauts of the European Space Agency (ESA) and with a great number of personalities from the Belgian space industry.
    Where? Brussels Senate
    When? 8th of October 2018
    Info

- Courses and seminars

Many courses can be linked to the space sector. Practically, not only engineers and physicists courses are the basics for space jobs, but there are also some philosophy and law courses.

  1. Seminar ELI - Mars planet

    Veronique Dehant : "EOS ET-HOME Evolution and Tracers of the Habitability Of Mars and Earth; role of UCL essentially understanding the planet Mars."
    Elodie Gloesener : "Methane outgassing scenarios from subsurface clathrate hydrates on Mars."
    Where? Building Mercator B336
    When? Monday May 28th from 13h to 14h