Symposium A Travel Through Space
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On the 10th of May the U.A.V. organises its second symposium of the year: A Travel Through Space! Five speakers, all with great experience, will come to talk about their work on space. On this day we will make our way through the universe starting with exoplanets working our way through to our very own solar system. How do we know so much about outer space? And can we link this to our own planet?
The day will be led by Inge Loes ten Kate who will end the day with a talk of her own.The event will take place in the Koningsberger-building on the Uithof in the room Pangea, where we will welcome you with coffee and tea. Lunch is not included. The program will start at 13:15 o’clock and we are excited to see you there! The program can be found below:
12:45 Welcome with coffee and tea
13:15 Prof. Dr. Ignas Snellen
The search for extraterrestrial life
13:50 Dr. Ivan Pires de Vasconcelos
Research on asteroid interiors using radio tomography
14:25 Dr. Stéphanie Cazaux
Icy Moons missions
14:55 Coffee break
15:25 Michel van Pelt
ESA’s Concurrent Design Facility and Future Science Missions
16:00 Dr. Inge Loes Ten Kate
Was Mars ever habitable?
16:30 Social drinks