After an inaugural lunch on October 16, we will have our research lunch every two or three weeks at 12:45, typically on Wednesdays but we will adjust to the constraints of the speaker.
At that time of the day, most students and researchers of ISU and local university departments and companies usually have a free slot to meet and discuss the latest developments of their own research, or of the studies of our visitors and lecturers.
The format is to have first an (informal) 30-min presentation, followed by a 15-min paper discussion, or conference summary, both favoring interruptions and interactions!
- 1 April: Pascale Ehrenfreund (DLR/ISU): New Space and space exploration
- 16 April
- 30 April
- 17 March: Virginia Wotring (ISU): A new virus among us
- 4 March: Gongling Sun (ISU): China Lunar Exploration Roadmap and Introduction of Chang’e-4 Mission
- 19 February: Taiwo Tejumola (ISU): Space Systems – Requirements for small Spacecrafts ; Supreet Kaur (ISU): Human Factors at NASA Ames Research Center
- 6 February: Stephanie Rochas: my week at EAC; Avner Bendheim: “Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success” (Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO).
- 23 January: Hervé Cadiou, on the geomagntic orientation of animals; paper: Anamol Mittal (ISU): the Space Generation Advisory Council
- 7 January: Prof. Kazuya Yoshida (Tohoku University); paper: Anamol Mittal (ISU): the Space Generation Advisory Council
- 4 December 2019: James Hurell and Hameed Mohamed (ISU): Sonobubbles after ZARM, paper, Shreya Sarkar (ISU): Benefits of Multi-NGSS
- 20 November 2019: Vasilis Zervos (ISU)
- 6 November 2019: Jean-Marie Hameury (Observatoire de Strasbourg): CNES science projects, followed by a summary of the IAC of Washington by Juan de Dalmau
- 16 October 2019: Bertrand Goldman (ISU/Observatoire de Strasbourg): What the ESA Gaia mission tells us about nearby comoving stars; paper: Virginia Wötring: The NASA Twins studies.