The 43rd edition of the Alpbach Summer School will be held from 16 to 25 July 2019, and will focus on “Geophysics from Space Using Micro- or Nano-Satellite Constellations”. University students and young graduates have until 31 March 2019 to apply.
Held annually since 1975 in the beautiful Austrian Alps, the Alpbach Summer School enjoys a long tradition of providing in-depth teaching on different topics of space science and technology, with the aim of advancing the training and working experience of European university students and young graduates.
The purpose of the Summer School is to foster the practical application of knowledge derived from lectures, to develop organisational and group skills, and to encourage creativity. Teams will compete to design the best project, and will be judged by an independent jury of experts.
This year, 60 students and young graduates in engineering and science from ESA’s Member, Associate, and Cooperating states will again be selected to participate in the Alpbach Summer School.
To find out what the summer school involves and to apply, visit the ESA website here.