ESA Work and Research Opportunities

ESA4All, Copernicus4You
There is space for all

The European space programme "Copernicus" for Earth observation: work and research opportunities.

Wednesday November 28th, Amaldi Lecture Hall, Marconi Building, 14:00.

Incontro con gli studenti delle lauree Magistrali
Presentazione delle opportunita' di ricerca e lavoro.

 

SPEAKERS:

Giorgio Bagnasco
Copernicus Sentinel-4 mission Project manager - ESA - ESTEC - Noordwijk NL. 

Guido Levrini
Copernicus Space Segment Programme Manager - ESA - ESTEC - Noordwijk NL.
Jordi Farres 

Copernicus Sentinel-3 PDGS Deputy Project Manager
Copernicus Ground Segment Operations Service - ESA - ESRIN - Frascati IT 


Paola Berretta
Copernicus Space Office - ESA -  ESRIN - Frascati IT 

The Copernicus programme is an initiative of the European Commission (EC). Its main aim is the provision to European public and private institutions of information focused on environmental monitoring and security applications. The role of the European Space Agency (ESA) is to coordinate the Copernicus Space Component and to define and develop its ground-based and space-based system elements. In particular, ESA has defined, developed and launched a novel set of seven Earth observation missions: the so-called Sentinel missions. The presentation aims at providing an overview of the Copernicus Programme, of the Sentinel missions and at highlighting possible work and research opportunities for Physics students.
 


 
 

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