Innovate your Space 'Smart Space' Symposium

Webinar • 08 Dec 2020

After a successful symposium last year, we are pleased to organise our upcoming online TUD-SRON-TNO ‘Innovate your Space’ symposium themed ‘Smart Space’. We want to focus in this symposium on needs, technologies and approaches for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Space Sector and beyond.

Register for this free online symposium by sending an email to [email protected].


The symposium will take place online on Tuesday December 8th 2020, 09:00-12:15.

Our keynote speakers Raffaella Franco from ESA/ESTEC and Prof. Dr. Thomas Bäck from the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) are prominent representatives of internationally renowned institutes.

During a panel discussion we aim to trigger an exchange of ideas on how the various members of the Dutch space and non-space ecosystem can jointly collaborate on this exciting theme. At the pitch rounds DSI, TNO and SRON researchers will be given the opportunity to pitch their ongoing research on the latest technological innovations.

The program can be found on the website of the TU Delft Space Institute.
Please stay up to date since minor changes might occur.


Register for this free online symposium by sending an email to [email protected].

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The link to the symposium will be sent to you, upon receipt of your response, one week before the Symposium.


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