As part of the Nanosatellite Week and with the support* of Air Liquide, the Grenoble University Space Center (CSUG) is organizing, from the 22nd to the 23rd of March 2016, workshops on the future of Nanosatellites. These scientific discussions are open to professionals and the general public. Researchers and international industry are attending the event in the auditorium of Grenoble INP, 3 Parvis Louis Néel in Grenoble.
This two-day workshop proposes seminars, round table discussions and brainstorming session in order to imagine together how miniaturized space missions may evolve over the next 30 years. Among the guest speakers: Aurélien Moureaux, product manager at Air Liquide advanced Technologies, who will present the New components for electric propulsion during the "Emerging Technologies" session. Jacqueline Tantet and Arnaud Gardelein are chairmen of the "Education" and "Emerging Technologies" sessions.
* A few weeks ago Air Liquide announced its industrial partnership with the Grenoble University Space Center (CSUG), Find out the news on this link.
For more information on the program, visit nanocsug2.sciencesconf.org