Michael Faraday IET International Summit 2020
Don’t miss the opportunity to catch up with the Michael Faraday IET International Summit 2020 on 3-4 October. Its offering a great selection of presentations on a wide variety of technical topics. For more details and how to register
Our Latest Webinars
Our next webinar which we have organised to coincide with World Space Week 2020 will be on 'Satellites Improve Life', to be given by Steve Moran, Senior Sales Director - Civil Agencies, Spire Global Inc.
This webinar will be beneficial to aerospace students, researchers, and engineers in industry and government who are interested in space-based systems and the application of Earth observations to reduce risk, make data-driven decisions, improve predictive models, and solve logistics challenges. For further details and to register for this webinar please click here.
If you missed our ‘Satellite Technology for More Autonomous & Sustainable Civil Aerospace' Webinar on 22 September, you can still catch up with this this will be on 22 September 2020 at OnDemand by registering via the Webinar Hub below.
Also don't forget to register for another Satellite webinar 'Satellite, 5G and LEO: beyond the buzzwords' on 25 September 2020 at 1pm can be found here.
There's some interesting webinars coming up on the topic of Quantum Engineering so don't forget to check those out on the Hub.
Don’t forget to check out our Webinar Hub for details of all the other IET Technical Network webinars and you can even catch up with content from previous webinars if you missed registering for these the first-time round.
Safeguarding Earth's Space Environment
Members of the Community may also be interested in the above afternoon online conference organised by our colleagues at the RAeS on 9-10 September 2020.
For further details on this conference and to register please click here.
The Satellite Network Collaboration Partners
The British Interplanetary Society (BIS) promotes the exploration and use of space for the benefit of humanity, by connecting people to create, educate and inspire, and advance knowledge in all aspects of astronautics.
The British Interplanetary Society is one of the world’s leading think tanks on space development. The BIS organises lectures and conferences, produces general and technical publications, brings its members together to network and cooperate on projects, informs space policy and it represents the UK in space activities throughout the world.
The Space Universities Network provides resources and events to support university teaching staff of space science and engineering in the UK
They aim to enhance the quality of learning and teaching by providing support and resources to the higher education space science and engineering community. They wish to help create a skilled workforce of graduates who can meet the challenges of future space exploration.