Tongtong Chen, one of the International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies (MSS19) students, is currently carrying out his internship at Space Application Services (SAS) in Brussels.
The International Space University is seeking interested organizations to host its future Space Studies Programs. The 2019 version of SSP Request for Proposals (RFP) has been published and can be used for any proposal submitted for SSP 2022 or after.
Towards the end of 2018, four International Space University ISU MSS students - Adam Nawal, Orr Cohen, Sara Kahn, and James Hurrell - started work on an experiment focused on single bubble sonoluminescence (SBS). They’re known as “Team Bubbles”. Let’s read more!
The Kalpana Chawla Scholarship Project for Innovation, Entrepreneurism, and Space Studies honors Indian-American Astronaut Dr. Kalpana Chawla. The Dr. Kalpana Chawla Scholarship project announces four of its funded scholars.
On 8 July 2019, the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg, represented by Mme Catherine Trautmann welcomed the European Space Agency ESA director general – Jan Woerner as part of the International Space University’s ISU Space Studies Program SSP19 events series open to the general public.
Orr Cohen, Charlotte Nassey, Salvatore Vivenzio and Andrew Townsend, four International Space University ISU Master of Space Studies MSS19 students, are currently carrying out their internship in the technical heart of the European Space Agency ESA: the European Space Research and Technology Centre ESTEC.
International Space University ISU Master of Space Studies MSS19 students Sara Khan and Scott Ritter report from a new country and culture, Germany! “Our ISU internships bring us to Cologne, where we are “Praktikanten” (trainees) at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Institute for Aerospace Medicine.”
Sapienza University of Rome is hosting this year’s itinerant Summer School on Space Transportation in Europe, organized by the Community of Ariane Cities. This course brings together 33 graduate level engineering students and young professionals from 5 countries during four weeks.
International Space University Master of Space Studies MSS19 student – Miguel Chafen – reports on his internship. “My mornings are like any other. I wake up, prepare for the day, and then commute to work. A key difference, however, is that my commute is only about 200 meters and two elevator rides.
This past year at the International Space University ISU was full of meetings, challenges and fun, but this was nothing compared to the internship. Let’s take it from the beginning: my trip brought me from Strasbourg to Mountain View, California. Why Mountain View?
ISU is now accepting applications for Teaching Associates as well as Activity Proposals from ISU Faculty, ISU community, and other interested space professionals for its 2020 SHSSP in University of South Australia, in Australia from 13 January – 14 February 2020.