Review of the 2016 Scientific Committee

The 2016 UnivEarthS Scientific Committee gathered a hundred people on 28 and 29 November in Paris. During these two days, the leaders of the 19 projects came to present their work and achievements over the past year. The holders of 7 new projects also presented their proposals to the members of the scientific council and to the assembly.   You […]

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Hana Benhizia is recruited as IGOSat Project Manager

Hana Benhizia is recruited by Labex UnivEarthS as project leader on the IGOSat nanosatellite student project, starting October 1, 2016. She joins Hubert Halloin’s team in the APC laboratory and succeeds Marco Agnan, to whom we wish a good continuation. Hana Benhizia is a graduate of the Ecole d’Ingénieur Denis Diderot (EIDD) as a system engineer and a master’s degree […]

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The IGOSAT nanosatellite enters phase C!

The IGOSAT Preliminary Design Review took place June 8, 2016 at the University Paris Diderot, and enables today the project to officially enter phase C of its development. The purpose of the review was to present a reference product definition, meeting the requirements of the STB system. It confirms the technical feasibility and calendar components of the system (satellite, instruments, […]

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UnivEarthS welcomes the Science’s Festival at the Université Paris Diderot

The university Paris Diderot will support the Science Festival from 12 to 15 october. UnivEarthS supports three workshops where the APC laboratory researchers present their work and answer audience questions. From Wednesday to Thursday, school groups are received upon reservation. For 45 minutes, the class is divided into three groups that rotate between activities, with a demonstration and then a […]

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A success for the 1st Student Cubesat Workshop !

On 9 & 10 June 2016, the university Paris Diderot welcomed the national 1st Student Cubesat Workshop. Organized by the Campus Spatial Paris Diderot, the IGOSat project and the Labex UnivEarthS, the event brought together around 100 people around the nanosatellites built by students.   Enregistrer Enregistrer Enregistrer Enregistrer

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