Thursday, December 17, a few weeks after signing the contract, La Sapienza hosted the first plenary meeting of the project SAPERE (the project of the National Aerospace Aerospace Cluster) promoted within the strategic framework for EU research Horizon2020, where was presented the progress of the work, the development objectives achieved and those still to be done for the two projects SAPERE-STRONG (Systems Technology and Research for the National Global Operations) and SAPERE-SAFE (Space Asset For Emergency) in which the program is divided.
Yesterday, November 24, the National Academy of San Luca in Rome hosted a roundtable discussion on the European Earth observation programme Copernicus. The event, entitled "Copernicus Programme. A new opportunity for the enhanced Italian-Polish cooperation ", was organized by the Embassy of Poland in collaboration with the Italian Space Agency, the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN-CBK) and the same Academy of San Luca.
Valerio Cardini “Characterization of non-linear phenomena in a screwed preloaded mechanical junction and identification of different modeling technique” at Thales Alenia Space (Rome)
Gabriel Graterol Nisi - “Smart Cities development, through Intermodal smart mobility projects” at Sapienza (Rome)
Paolo Izzo - “Simulation of the dynamic conditions of the satellite separation pitcher in case of multiple launch and analysis of the conditions of proximity and collision avoidance strategies” at Thales Alenia Space (Rome)
Friday, December 4 at 11 am in Sala Soci at Casa dell'Aviatore, Viale dell'Università, 20, Prof. Pini Gurfil, Technion, Haifa, Israel and PI of the mission SAMSON Technion, will hold a lecture entitled:
"Perspectives on the Nanosatellite Revolution"
to be followed by a debate between representatives of the institutions, companies and the world of research and universities.
The Miami Italian Scientific Community, promoting Italy-USA collaboration through the academic and scientific institutions of the two countries, has organized a series of meetings with institutions, universities and research centers, to promote and support research and development of 9 students of Sapienza winning the yearly edition of Space Apps Challenge of NASA: the first meeting took place on September 4, the day when the delegation met researchers and scientists at Florida International University and the University of Miami, led by Christine I. Caly-Sanchez (Associate Director, Meuce, Fiu) and Massimiliano Galeazzi (Associate Chair, Department of Physics).