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c2c234b278a828150557a1ae0475048b-huge-ieFinal of the BIS-IET-UKSEDS Student Space Competition 2019
Finalists for the 2019 competition recently presented to the judges on 4 May in London.  The undergraduate finalists were Eleanor Frost, Adam Jago-Williams, Esme Hotson-Moore and the postgraduate finalists, Bea Baharier, Thomas Cheyney, Carlo Convenevole. 

The winners  were as follows:-
Undergraduate - Eleonor Frost - University College London - Investigating the Feasibility and Design of a Microgravity Surgical Workstation
Postgraduate - Thomas Cheyney - Northumbria University - In the Interest of All Countries - Ensuring Equitable Access to Space Resources

We also filmed all the finalists on the day for our IET.tv channel and the presentations will be available here shortly.

Congratulations to all the finalists and winners.

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Visit to BT Madley Earth Station
The IET Satellite Network recently organised a visit to BT Madley Communications Centre in Hereford.  Here's a summary of the visit.
 

Change of Name for TPN
The TPN are pleased to announce that they have received approval from the IET Technical Networks Communities Committee to change their name to Satellite TPN. This is to reflect more accurately the scope of the TPN and to avoid  confusion with the other (SSA) acronyms in the Satellite/Space sector.
 
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Milsatcoms will be held on 12-13 June 2019 at the RAF Club, London this year.  Click here for further information on the event and how to register.



 

7fbb45ab6ba9e606089d06ccd9d2e982-huge-saIET Satcoms - 34th Satellite Communications Systems Course - 16-20 September 2019
The industry-standard course programme presents a comprehensive overview of satellite communication technology and applications, so delegates can learn practical skills required for design engineers.  Join our 34th course and explore fundamentals of link budgets; spacecraft and earth hardware design & engineering incl. antennas; payload and earth station engineering; networks and system design, current commercial and military use as well as likely future trends.  The lecture sessions are complemented by the workshop day with a choice of industry-focussed project exercises that offer the most thorough technical groundings in satellite communications engineering available in the market.

 

6810973c7ea27d84a292a65f4e9d990e-huge-saSatellite Applications Catapult
For informaton on more Satellite/Space related events worldwide click here.

 

New Partnerships
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The Satellite Network are now working collaboratively with SUN and during the summer sponsored a Downstream Applications Workshop
You can now watch the talks from that event via this playlist and view the slides and notes from the day here


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The Network have also just signed a collaborative agreement with the British Interplanetary Society to sponsor their under/post graduate Short Presentations Competition and look forward to announcing details of the call for abstracts early next year.





 

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BT Madley Communications Centre
BT recently hosted a technical tour of their BT Madley Communications Centre for the IET Satellite Technical Professional Network (TPN). There was a broad range of attendees (including people working in satellite, wider telecoms and the broader tech industry).   read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Satellite Network May 20, 2019 11:53 am BST

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