The International Astronautical Congress IAC has been a major opportunity for ISU to showcase its growing alumni base: dozens of them presented papers with strong connections to recent Team Projects. Here is a summary of the most salient highlights of the week.
The Central Campus of the International Space University ISU has started a new seminar series to discuss research related to space, performed within its walls, on the Parc d’Innovation d’Illkirch-Graffenstaden, or by our visitors and lecturers. Please join us for informal discussions!
Only two weeks after the Opening Ceremony on 5 September, the Master of Space Studies (MSS) class of over 40 students from 26 countries has completed a hands-on workshop by designing, building and launching six model rockets.
The International Space University ISU is pleased to announce the appointment of Arif Göktuğ Karacalıoğlu as director of the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program SHSSP 2020 and Space Studies Program SSP 2020. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this demanding role.
The former classmates, faculty and staff of the International Space University are deeply saddened by the loss of Dr. Angelo Grubisic, a scientist, engineer and university lecturer who had obtained his Masters of Space Studies at ISU in 2005.
On clear nights, ISU alumna and NASA Astronaut Jessica Meir is being spotted by the International Space University’s Masters students from Central Campus in Strasbourg: with the help of their smartphone app, they wave at her as the ISS passes overhead.
Alexandria Farias, one of the International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies (MSS19) students, is currently carrying out a 12-week internship at SES Astra, Luxembourg.
Tremendous success for the first edition of the Space Resources Professional Course (SRPC) co-organized by the Colorado School of Mines CLS, International Space University ISU and the Luxembourg Space Agency LSA which took place at the state-of-the-art facilities of the Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg city.
Tongtong Chen, one of the International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies (MSS19) students, is currently carrying out his internship at Space Application Services (SAS) in Brussels.
The one-week Executive Space Course (ESC) was developed by ISU with as main objective to introduce the benefits of space applications mainly to non-engineers. It is therefore evident that it has attracted over the years several policy makers and Agency representatives.
The International Space University is seeking interested organizations to host its future Space Studies Programs. The 2019 version of SSP Request for Proposals (RFP) has been published and can be used for any proposal submitted for SSP 2022 or after.