Education and outreach of Space Electric Propulsion
EPIC Dissemination, Education and Outreach, aims at implementing, through various methods, wide dissemination of the EPIC project information, exchange and feedback to/from external interested parties and building education/outreach material (publishable in various media) for the promotion of Electric Propulsion and the SRC.
- Organisation of educational material, trainings or contests, making use of the ESA and National Agencies educational programmes and resources.
- Exchange and network with non-space sectors to identify opportunities outside the space field, presenting the PSA work at non-space events when possible.
- Preparation of education material related to space and EP especially aimed at promoting the interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in grade and high-school students.
Education material available from EPIC Partners:
EPIC Education/Dissemination activities and material:
- ESA Propulsion Lab paper (2015-b-IEPC-02) at IEPC 2015 –Kobe-Hyogo, Japan [6-10.7. 2015]
- EPIC Lecture at UC3M – Leganes, Madrid [22.10.2015]
- DLR Article on Countdown 32: Horizon 2020 EU funds promising space technologies Part 1: Electric propulsion
- EPIC/ESA Lecture on Electric Propulsion Activities, Dresden [23.05.2017]
- EPIC paper at IEPC 2017 (IEPC-2017-47) – Atlanta, USA [9-12.10. 2017]
- EPIC Lecture Series 2017 [26.10.2017] – CDTI, Madrid, Spain (including Lecture videos and presentations)
- EPIC paper at SP 2018 (SP 2018-031) – Seville, Spain [14-18.5.2018]
- EPIC Lecture Series 2018 [18-19.10.2018] at QMUL, London, United Kingdom
- EPIC paper at IAC 2018 (IAC-18-C4.4.6.) – Bremen, Germany [1-5.10.2018]
- Lecture at Munich University on ‘Present and Future of Space Electric Propulsion in Europe, Munich (DE) [5.07.2018]
- Lecture at Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziale (CIRA) on Electric Propulsion at ESA and SRC/EPIC, Capua (IT) [23.01.2019]
- EPIC Lecture Series 2019 [24-25.10.2019] at ESTEC, The Netherlans
- ESA-Electric Propulsion Technology Overview 2019
- ESA-Electric Propulsion at ESA 2019 Tether Conference
- ESA-Electric Propulsion Open Challenge Industry days at ESA 2019
- IEPC 2019 – Electric Propulsion at the European space agency (ESA)
- IEPC 2019 – Activities of the H2020 Strategic Research Cluster on Space Electric Propulsion (2015-2019)
- Electric Propulsion at the European Space Agency (ESA) at the Aerospace Europe Conference (Keynote speach 4) in Bordeaux, France, on 25-28 February 2020
- Electric Propulsion at ESA, Jose Gonzalez del Amo, Dresden (Germany) 30 June 2020;
- Cranfield University Guest Lecture, Women in STEM, “Electric Propulsion: overview, mission applications and opportunities for the next generation of engineers”, C. Collingwood (ESA), online lecture (02 Dec 2020)
- Electric Propulsion at ESA, Jose Gonzalez del Amo. Space Propulsion Conference, March 2021 (Virtual)
- Electric Propulsion Current and Future Trends (ESA Satcom) at ESA Satcom, José González del Amo (ESA), October 2021.
- “Electric Propulsion activities at ESA” at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, José González del Amo (ESA), November 2021.
- “Electric Propulsion at ESA” at Imperial College of London. José González del Amo (ESA), March 2022.
- “ESA Electric Propulsion Activities” at Universidad de Bilbao. José González del Amo (ESA), March 2022.
- “Electric Propulsion at ESA” at IEPC 2022 – Boston. José González del Amo (ESA), June 2022.
- “ESA EP Activities” at Universidad de Bilbao. José González del Amo (ESA), March 2023.
- “Electric Propulsion, an enabling technology for In-Orbit Services” at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Natalia Franco Rodríguez (CDTI), May 2023.
Education material available from other sources: