Registration Opens for ESA Summer School on GNSS

Registration Opens for ESA Summer School on GNSS

Registration has opened for the European Space Agency’s International Summer School on GNSS.

Scheduled July 15–25 in Davos, Switzerland, this year’s program will be held in conjunction with the European Commission’s Joint Research Center (JRC). The program is open to graduate students (with a first university degree), Ph.D. candidates, early-stage researchers, and young professionals wishing to broaden their knowledge.

Registration has opened for the European Space Agency’s International Summer School on GNSS.

Scheduled July 15–25 in Davos, Switzerland, this year’s program will be held in conjunction with the European Commission’s Joint Research Center (JRC). The program is open to graduate students (with a first university degree), Ph.D. candidates, early-stage researchers, and young professionals wishing to broaden their knowledge.

The summer school program features lectures by internationally renowned specialists combined with practical exercises and lab work. Classes will also cover principles of project management, entrepreneurship, and marketing, with the participants tasked to develop an innovation-based group project over the course of the event.

Pascal Rochat of Spectratime, CEO of the Swiss company that designed the atomic clocks used in the Galileo project, will give the inaugural lecture.
ESA’s International GNSS Navigation Summer School takes place in cooperation with the JRC based in Ispra, Italy; Stanford University,  the Institut Supérieur de l’Aeronautique et de l’Espace in Toulouse, France; Graz University of Technology, and University FAF Munich, with the support of the Swiss Space Office and the Swiss Space Center.

The number of participants is limited to 50 — early registration at a reduced rate is recommended.

For more information on the detailed programme and to register for the ESA Summer School, go to this website.

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