Rosetta Science Operations Scheduling Legacy Workshop
ESA Education Office is offering in collaboration with the Science Operations Department for the second time the Rosetta Science Operations Scheduling Legacy Workshop. It aims to give university students from ESA Member and Associate States an understanding of science operations scheduling. It will do this through analysis and scheduling exercises based on the Rosetta’s science operations performed around the Comet, including the Rosetta Philae Lander descent and the search for it that followed.
The Workshop will take place at ESA Academy’s Training and Learning Facility, ESEC-Galaxia, in Transinne, Belgium, between 2-5 April 2019.
The selected students will be sponsored by ESA. The sponsorship will cover accommodation and meals as well as up to 200 euros for travelling to Belgium.
Applicants must be:
- aged between 18 and 32:
- be a citizen of an ESA Member or Associate State;
- be enrolled as a full-time MSc or PhD student in a university (not graduating before the workshop);
- be studying an engineering subject or physics.