Anna Gregorio has a Laurea (from the University of Trieste) & Ph.D. (Scuola Normale Pisa) in Physics, Master in Space Systems Engineering (TU Delft). Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Trieste, coordinating the instrument teams of large scientific space missions (Planck, Euclid) of the European Space Agency. Her h-index is 54, and she has […]
Nicolas Peter is Policy Liaison Officer in the Policy and Programme Coordination Department of the European Space Agency (ESA). Before that, he was Head of International Relations at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt), one of the largest research organisations in Europe. Mr. Peter has also been working at ESA
Elizabeth Seward has over 15 years of experience in the space industry and is a Senior Strategist for the Space Systems division of Airbus Defence and Space, responsible for the UK strategy across all areas of satellite manufacturing. Previous roles include leading the Earth Observation, Navigation and Science marketing team, thermal engineering and mission systems
Dr. Christina Giannopapa is the Head of the Office of the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA). Before that, she was advisor to the Secretary General of Telecommunications and Post of the Ministry of Digital Governance in Greece, seconded from the European Space Agency (ESA). In ESA she held
Paola Belingheri grew up in an international environment. She has obtained a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Bologna and a Scholarship from the university Honours Program. In the past she worked in the European Space Incubator in Noordwijk, supporting technology transfer from space, in project management for the Automated Transfer Vehicle
Diana Pueyo is our Director for Regional Development since 2013. In this role, she supports the creation and operations of local groups all over Europe. She launched the local group of Munich and lead the group until 2013. She created and is now the Head of the Procurement Department at Thales Alenia Space in Spain.
Marc Heppener studied physical chemistry at the University of Amsterdam and obtained his PhD in 1986 on time-resolved molecular dissociation processes. In 1986 he joined the Space Research Organisation of the Netherlands (SRON) as project leader X-ray detector development. In 1989 he joined the SRON management, taking up the position of programme manager external research.
Luisella Giulicchi is a System Manager the European Space Agency (ESA) for the Copernicus Program. Copernicus is the largest worldwide operational Earth Observation program to date, funded by ESA and European Commission. Luisella has a M.Sc. (with honors), Electronic Engineering from the University of Florence, Italy and M.S. in Space System Engineering from the University