The Icelandic Science Society and Space Icelands invite you to a meeting on Monday, June 29th at the National Museum of Iceland, from 12:00-14:00.
CHILL-ICE research group will introduce upcoming field research at Stefánshellir, West of Iceland. The team is led by Bernard Foing, Senior scientist, Advisor to ESA DG and director of ILEWG.
Two student groups from the University of Iceland and University of Reykjavík will introduce their research, funded by the Student Innovation Fund: Terminological glossary and the generation of new Icelandic terminology in the space sector and Mapping of Iceland’s opportunities and capabilities for greater participation in space.
12.15 Erna Magnusdottir, president of The Icelandic Science Society welcomes guests
12.25 Marc Heemskerk, CHILL-ICE Sub-Surface Operations, and Charlotte Pouwels, CHILL-ICE Logistics, will introduce the EuroMoonMars CHILL-ICE mission. They will explain the goals and expected benefits of this week’s scouting campaign, as well as the objectives of the main mission planned for May 2021.
13.00 Introduction on “Terminological glossary and the generation of new Icelandic terminology in the space sector” a co-operative venture of Space Iceland and Árni Magnússon Institute
13.15 Introduction on “Mapping of Iceland’s opportunities and capabilities for greater participation in space” project
13.30 Q&A and discussion
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Video of the meeting (Icelandic):