Over the years, several IGLUNA teams from many countries have submitted papers for the IAC to present the technologies they have developped. Click here to read the articles!
Get ready for lift-off! In January 2022 Space4Impact will kick-off it’s first acceleration program for downstream space applications. The Space2Earth Accelerator will bring together space [...]
A new lecture has started during the Autumn semester 2021 at ETH Zürich: “Space Research and Exploration”. The lecture series is hosted by Prof. Sascha P. Quanz in the presence of [...]
15 July 2021: Lucerne is hosting more than 70 international students until the 25 July to present and test innovative technologies during the IGLUNA Field Campaign. Together they sketch the [...]
16-25 July 2021, Lucerne. The Field Campaign of the third edition of IGLUNA will take place this year in a hybrid way. Some student teams will travel to Switzerland and meet in Lucerne, while the [...]
In order to demonstrate the interdisciplinarity of the space research and exploration field, a new lecture series will be proposed to ETH Zürich and University of Zürich students, starting in the [...]
Latest Press release – 24.11.2020: The IGLUNA platform embarks rovers and space exploration forits third edition. More than 200 university students from nine countries have reachedthe first [...]
Register to our Continuing Education workshop on the 5th of June in Dübendorf, in collaboration with Empa.
A great article of our member Picterra featured in todays EPFL News: “EPFL start-up Picterra has devised a smart system that allows users to analyze drone or satellite images of a given [...]
The objective of this new working group is to connect the Swiss academy and industrial actors and to provide a platform for promoting common projects, enabling the industrial partners to increase [...]
Thursday, 31st May 2018, 5 p.m. ETH Hönggerberg, HIL D 53
16 – 27 July 2018 in Beijing, China. 13 special China-focused tracks to choose from Lectures ¦ Interactive Workshops ¦ Field trips ¦ Cultural Activities
The Space Debris Training Course will be hosted at the ESA Academy‘s Training & Learning Centre in ESEC, Redu, Belgium, from 16 to 20 April 2018. University students will be provided [...]