2013 WORKSHOP - FRASCATI, ITALY - STUDENT SESSION
2013 INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
ENVIRONMENT AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
“Increasing Space Mission Resiliency through Sustainability”
Plans are underway for the 2013 International Workshop on Environment and Alternative Energy!
October 22 - 25, 2013
Being Held at:
The European Space Agency (ESA)'s
European Space Research Institute (ESRIN)
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and European partners, intend to raise awareness with students for the latest technologies, especially towards environmental and alternative energy strategies.
The workshop will provide opportunities for students to meet and work with students from universities and industries around the globe on projects related to:
- Aerospace Materials and Processes (hex chrome, lead-free solder, hydrazine projects, precision cleaning solvents replacement, launch structure coatings, etc)
- Use of Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) in aerospace and energy applications
- Facility Energy supply solutions to provide critical facility resiliency including micro-grid and energy security
- Emerging renewable and alternative energy technologies
Students should contact their advisors for any possible financial support universities may offer.
ESA Student Sponsorship
As part of the ESA Conference Opportunities for Sponsored Students (ECOSS) Programme, the ESA Education Office is pleased to be able to offer sponsorship to European students interested in attending the event. Highly qualified full-time students from ESA Member or Cooperating States are encouraged to apply for ESA Sponsorship.
Students selected by ESA’s Education Office will be reimbursed up to a maximum of 350€ in travel and accommodation expenses. Sponsorship will be in the form of a single reimbursement after the conference.
Before applying students must visit the conferences page of the ESA Education Portal AND:
- Check their eligibility for the programme under the "Sponsorship Conditions"
- Familiarize themselves with the content of the “How to Apply”
To apply, please visit the ESA Education registration system.
The deadline for sponsorship applications is September 15, 2013.
STUDENT ABSTRACT DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 6, 2013
The projects should be of interest to NASA, ESA, and industry, represent new ideas or take a fresh look at existing designs, models, or concepts in the above areas.
The student involvement will encourage exchange of ideas and information, creative thinking, and the projects that are presented could meet interest of any of the sponsors and lead to further research initiatives, or development of projects.
Abstracts need to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstracts will be evaluated by selected NASA personnel and University professors, and students will be notified if they qualify for presentation.
For further information please contact Michelle Lamb at email@example.com .