The ESI Student Delegation organizes this meeting to exchange knowledge and experiences between professionals, researchers and students
The student delegation of the Higher School of Engineering of the University of Cadiz celebrates the fourth event next Friday, May 5th Cosmos Aerospace Engineering in Cadiz with the participation of hundreds of students from all over Spain. The main objective of the meeting is to generate interest and expand knowledge about the aviation and space sector. An informational nature, he will cover topics related to aerospace engineering through various presentations. Attendance is completely free and open to the entire university and non-university community.
The program consists of presentations by international experts in the field, which will allow attendees to establish a first contact or deepen their knowledge through the shared experiences of professionals, researchers and students. Likewise, there will be exhibitors from collaborating companies, presentations and round tables, where students will be able to interact with professionals who will show them experiences from the world of work and from future pioneering projects in the sector.
Among the speakers is the Airmen’s Association representative, Paola Sanchez, who will be speaking about female pilotsCelia Avila Rauch, an aeronautical and space psychologist, will recount her experience analyzing astronaut candidates for space missions, professor of astronomy and astrophysics and principal investigator at EPD (active particle detector) of the Solar Orbiter mission (ESA and NASA), Javier-Rodríguez Pacheco, will present his proposal on The sun like you’ve never seen it beforeas well as aircraft maintenance engineer and helicopter pilot, Robin Dabeca, who will deal with Artificial intelligence and human factors in aviation and Cristian Maria Moreno, member of the team ucanfly She is currently doing her PhD in the development of magnetic sensors for space, which she will attend Functional and environmental tests of the UcanFly nanosatellite science experiment.
This fourth edition is supported by the UCA Social Council, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Employment, Higher School of Engineering, and UCA Student Council.
More info at http://cosmos.uca.es/