Curiosity: Research Edition
Research edition: connect and grow by discussing new challenges in Space
NL Space Campus, together with ESA ESTEC and LDE Universities, organises a Curiosity Series which offers the base for stimulating knowledge sharing, strengthening the network of researchers and open innovation.
The first edition takes place at October 14th at NL Space Campus in Noordwijk. Eamonn Murphy (Laser and Optoelectronics Systems Engineer/Physicist at ESA ESTEC) will be presenting the challenge:
Demonstration of a Quantum sensor payload in space in the medium term; a means to join ESA & the quantum academic community in the Netherlands
This event will be live at Space Expo on the NL Space Campus. Therefore you will need a valid COVID-certificate and there is a limited amount of attendees. We will check your QR-code with the CoronaCheck-App. By applying, you confirm your attendance for this event. If it turns out you cannot be there, please cancel your application to free a spot for someone else.
You are welcome at 15:30 at Space Expo. The afternoon starts with a short introduction from NL Space Campus, than ESA ESTEC will present the challenge and topics. Afterwards we discuss the challenge and end with drinks. The event will end at 18:00 and you can take the LDE-catered bus back to Leiden Central Station for free.
Your current challenge can be next. Bring your current challenges to us for future events and discussions to find solutions specifically for your field and projects by contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
With this new Curiosity series, together with ESA ESTEC and LDE Universities, we bring a platform where current challenges from researchers in the field of Space are discussed. By joining you connect with other experts in the research field of Space on the level of content, sharing knowledge and challenges. With a focus on strengthening the network and knowledge sharing of researchers between ESA ESTEC, LDE universities and other key players in the field of space such as SRON and TNO. By sharing your top (research) ideas and challenges about Space and working together, you bring your ideas and solutions to the next level.
Let’s inspire, discuss space challenges and find a solution together.
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