Various space exploration missions are possible only thanks to the technology advancements and electric propulsion. These missions would not be possible with chemical propulsion due to a high amount of propellant that would be required for a satellite to travel in space for several years.
Such electric propulsion platforms as developed by the GIESEPP MP project are typically developed by the consortiums that comprises the best professionals in the field. Each partner is responsible for
Here are some highlights of our recent webinar on electric space propulsion - organised by the DEEP PPU and the 2020 GIESEPP MP project teams.
The Justus-Liebig University of Giessen (JLU), in Germany covers a complete spectrum of subjects including all-natural sciences, social sciences, law, and medicine. The university has about 28 000 students.
Horizon 2020 project GIESEPP MP consortia launches a quiz to raise awareness about the project and provide interested parties with the information about team’s latest developments, technologies and testing process.
Horizon 2020 project GIESEPP MP 2nd review meeting took place on 27th of July in Madrid, Spain, in the premises of project partner Airbus Crisa.
The IEPC 2022 took place in Boston and Cambridge, USA, on 19-23, June 2022 with sessions being held on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus. More than 500 abstracts were submitted, including two by project’s GIESEPP MP team.
The 8th International Conference on Space Propulsion 3AF - Association Aéronautique et Astronautique de France, and Agencies, ESA, CNES, DLR and ASI was held in Estoril, Portugal from 9 to 13 of May, 2022.
The EPIC Workshop 2022 was held at the DLR site in Cologne-Porz, Germany, at the Casino, from 04 to 08 April 2022.
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is the 11th day of February, by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on 22 December 2015.
As one of EU´s major undertakings in electric space propulsion the project GIESEPP has reached its end in 2021.
Our first webinar took place on 17.11.2021. During registration we received 17 questions from webinar participants. It took our experts some time to answer all the questions.
Presentation from webinar 17.11.2021 organised by Horizon 2020 project GIESEPP MP in collaboration with Switch to Space & YouSpace and Horizon 2020 project AETHER.
The first webinar organised by Horizon 2020 project GIESEPP MP on Electric propulsion and career opportunities in Europe (17.11.2021)
Free webinar for students and young professionals: electric propulsion, innovation, career opportunities, work on international projects
On 17 November 2021, a free webinar will be held by professionals representing the world’s and Europe’s leading space organisations.
Electric propulsion is currently considered by all space actors as a key and revolutionary technology for the next generations of commercial and scientific satellites. This increasing interest is associated with
The presentation during the conference was given by the project coordinator Cyril Dietz (ArianeGroup´s Product Line Manager for Electric Propulsion).
The COVID pandemic has still a significant impact on the implementation of in-person gatherings throughout Europe. Thus, the BoD of the EASN Association has decided to transform the 11th EASN International Conference from an
The dedicated electric propulsion test facility at Lampoldshausen has been designed to efficiently run Electric Propulsion thruster acceptance and qualification tests including performance, thermal vacuum and beam diagnostic tests.
The project GIESEPP MP partner ArianeGroup has an impressive heritage and impressive portfolio in the field of spacecraft and launch vehicle propulsion.