As part of the ISU Master of Space Studies (MSS) program, students are following elective lectures where they have the opportunity to study two specific topics in details. During the first elective week, several students chose the lectures on Life Support Systems (LSS).
Astrobiology, which concerns life in the universe, is a truly interdisciplinary field of investigation and is always well-appreciated in the International Space University (ISU) curricula. The recent MSS 2018 “Astrobiology Elective” (April 30 to May 11) was no exception”, said ISU Prof. Hugh Hill, leader of this Elective.
Rene Horacio Michel Valencia, an ISU Master of Space Studies MSS18 participant reports on the last field trip of the year, which took place in March 2018. "Eigentlich weiß man nur, wenn man wenig weiß. Mit dem Wissen wächst der Zweifel." Goethe
Each academic year, ISU invites a number of its alumni with New Space experience to contribute to the MSS entrepreneurship elective. This year, the MSS18 class had the privilege of a visit from MSS12 alumnus and Spire CEO Peter Platzer.
In order to further motivate, in particular, youngsters, the staff of ISU and the MSS students organized an open door day on 25 March 2018. Several activities were organized in the ISU building with as objective, to stimulate the younger generation under the STEAM motto (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
International Space University Master of Space Studies (MSS18) student Anisa Qureshi reports on her recent experience of the remote sensing elective. “The remote sensing elective lasted two weeks and was led by Jerome Maxant from SERTIT and ISU resident faculty Danijela Stupar.
At the occasion of the International Space University’s (ISU) 58th Board Of Trustees (BOT) meeting, held on 1st March 2018 in Strasbourg, the ISU BOT has assigned a number of locations for the future Space Studies Program (SSP) sites.
ISU’s Central Campus Executive Space Course (ISU ESC18) took place from 23-27 April 2018. There is no better evidence of the success of this course than the testimonies from some of the 23 executives from 12 countries including Japan, Russia, Israel, Canada and others!
The International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies (MSS18) participants were split into two groups on 9th March 2018 for several professional visits. Professional visits are a noteworthy aspect of the MSS program as they enable participants to meet people from the industry and space agencies.
The International Space University’s (ISU) Chairman of the Board, Christian Sallaberger announces that Juan de Dalmau has been selected by the Board of Trustees as the University’s next President, taking office in September 2018, and succeeding Prof Walter Peeters who has served as President since 2011.
Venez décrocher la Lune à l’ISU le dimanche 25 mars 2018 de 11.00 à 17.00 ! La journée Portes Ouvertes de l’Université Internationale de l’Espace (ISU) aura lieu le dimanche 25 mars 2018 de 11.00 à 17.00, sur le campus central de l’ISU, Parc d’Innovation, Illkirch Graffenstaden.