JULY 03 — JULY 16, 2017
Do you want to learn more about space telecommunication and have exciting holidays in the most beautiful city of Russia? Join this summer school!
The course is suitable as the first space technologies course or an add-on course for senior undergraduate students and graduate students.
The course is aimed to provide advanced techniques of space engineering and understanding of the core physics principles related to space exploration. In additional to technological part the school program emphasizes space industry problems. The theoretical courses are grouped to two blocks. There are B1 block which is about space laws and economics, B2 block covers space technologies and physics Practical skills are trained during a hackathon. The speakers are industry experts and scientists who are experienced in space area.
- Satellites Engineering,
- Space Communication Techniques,
- Space Hardware and Equipment,
- Radio Telescopic techniques.
Arrival: July 1 – 2, 2017
Classes: July 03 – July 16, 2017
Departure: July 17 – 18, 2017
Duration: 2 weeks of studies at SPbPU
Ects credits: 4.0
Early bird fee: 410 euro
Regular fee: 480 euro
Participation fee includes tuition fee, study materials, visits to companies and cultural program.
A boat city tour, an excursion to the Hermitage, a picnic at the seashore of the Gulf of Finland, an excursion to Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo)
Deadline for registration:Early bird deadline:
- for non-EU citizens: March 20, 2017
- for EU citizens and citizens of visa-free countries: May 02, 2017
- for non-EU citizens: April 17, 2017
- for EU-citizens and citizens of visa-free countries: May 29, 2017
Basic knowledge of physics. Fluent English. Applicants are expected to have at least 3 years of University level studies.
Request the application form and submit the application package via e-mail: email@example.com
International Telecommunication Union
The Institute of Applied Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Professors and lecturers:
Dr. Francois Rancy, Director of Telecommunication Bureau, ITU,
Vadim Nozdrin, Study Group Councelor, ITU,
Aleksander Ivanchic, corresponding member of RAS,
Aleksander Blinov, professor of Space Investigation department, SPbPU,
Denis Malygin, head of Astronomicon,
Vladimir Mostepanenko, Pulkovo Observatory.