The EILST seeks both to support activities regarding space law and technologies and to promote several initiatives in the field, such as “Space education for all”, which includes a series of lectures and education activities by our team addressing people of all ages and educational levels. Other fields that the institute has dealt with space technologies include: national defense and military telecommunications and agriculture. In relation to the environmental aspect of EILST’s activities, those include promotion of earth observation and monitoring of our natural resources, as well as for mitigation and adaptation to climate change, and especially for the prevention, preparedness and reconstruction in cases of natural disasters, under the Institute’s initiative “Gaia Protection”. Financing of new technologies and start-ups in space sector is one of the latest additions in our activities regarding space. We provide consulting and networking with both public and private sources of finance.
Dear Colleagues, we would like to invite you to send an abstract to Session ODA5 " Leveraging Outreach in Planetary Defense " at the EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting on 15 - 20 September 2019 in Geneva. This session aims to present existing Planetary Defense outreach efforts. In addition, a penultimate goal [...]
Europlanet is pleased to announce the second edition of its training school for early career scientists who work in the field of planetary/space science and engineering. Details Dates: 20-24 May 2019 Venue: University of Lisbon, Portugal Deadline for registration: 24th February, 2019 The school is organised by EPEC, the Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) [...]
Elementary particles can be used to probe their sources or the material they pass through. The Geo-Particles component of the UnivEarthS Labex (www.univearths.fr) aims to develop methods of auscultation of the Earth using particles (neutrinos, muons) in two directions: - the use of atmospheric muons produced during the decay [...]
The InSight probe, carrying the SEIS seismometer designed at the IPGP, landed on Mars this Monday, November 26. After years of research, months of tuning, thousands of hours of work, a journey of 485 million kilometers, and "7 minutes of terror", the InSight probe, the result of international collaboration and [...]
On Thursday 29 and Friday 30 November, the European Particle Physics Communication Network (EPPCN) will hold its autumn meeting at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) at the Zografou Technical University. The EPPCN was created in 2006 at the DESY German Research Center, Zeuthen, within the framework of the [...]