Space University - France - firstname.lastname@example.org
(Yearly Executive Space Conference)
Strasbourg, Alsace, N.E. France
& Faculty, Deans
& Faculty, Lectures
Houston, Tx Faculty:
. . . Sheryl Bishop, University of Texas Medical Branch
. . . Jeff Jones, NASA Johnson Space Center
Program - The ISU Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs are designed
for students looking for the competitive edge that will help them obtain
a career in the space sector, professionals interested in making a career
move into or within the space sector, and researchers wishing to broaden
their knowledge or make the move from academic life into the space industry.
Odyssey Institute - The Space Odyssey Institute is based on the premise
that leadership requires constant renewal. Vision of the future, understanding
of current opportunities, and of the rich diversity of talent available
to an increasingly international space sector requires leaders to explore
new directions and interact with their peers. Unfortunately the burdens
of responsibility often work to isolate leadership, rather than to renew
it. The Space Odyssey Institute focuses on a different issue of emerging
importance each year, and provides professional renewal for its participants
while increasing the space sector’s understanding of important new
Studies Program - (June 30 - August 29, 2008, Location: Barcelona,
Spain) During the SSP, students will be trained in various space-related
disciplines and interact using their personal skills and background. Workshops
in medicine, robotics, communication, astrophysics, telecommunication
and others are organized.
More than 110 students from all over the world are expected participate
in this SSP. An international cadre of distinguished professors will teach
the classes. The curriculum covers the major space-related fields, both
technical and non-technical, and ranges from engineering, physical sciences
and satellite applications to life sciences, policy, management and humanities.
Space Course - (April 20 - 24, 2009, Location: Strasbourg, Alsace,
N.E. France) The Executive Space Course examines current space-related
activities and the technology, science, business and policies upon which
each phase of the program or mission is based.
Symposium - (Feb. 18-20, 2009, Location: Strasbourg, Alsace, N.E.
France) - During each academic year, ISU organizes a three-day symposium
as an interdisciplinary, international forum to help both the users and
the providers of space-related systems move forward from the discussion
of problems to the formulation of innovative solutions.