Bayes Centre

Bayes Centre event: Bayes Forum May - Space Innovation Hub

About this event:

The University of Edinburgh is a Space University. Our researchers work in an extraordinary range of space-related activities: engineers are exploring the management of fire risk in space, and developing rocket fuel pods; chemists are developing clean-burn rocket fuels; and astronomers are tracking the skies for space debris. We even have teams developing deep-space probes, and others writing literature about space. Our GeoScientists are training the next generation scientists within SENSE, the UK's Centre for Doctoral Training in Earth Observation. Our students are even developing their own satellite missions.

Come to the Bayes May Forum to find out more about just some of the exciting work taking place within the Space Innovation Hub.

  • 1215 – 1220 Welcome – Michael Rovatsos
  • 1220 – 1230 Overview of Space Innovation Hub – Kristina Tamane/Iain Woodhouse
  • 1230 – 1240 The Innovative local space company Astrosat – Arun Arumugam and Andrew Fournet
  • 1240 – 1250 SENSE CDT and our skilled PhD students – Ed Mitchard
  • 1250 – 1300 The Bayes Member Earthwave – Martin Ewart
  • 1300 – 1310 Close and Questions

The event will take place from 12.15pm-1.15pm

Please note - this event is online and a link will be sent to you before the event begins. This session will be recorded and will be retained for six months after the session. Should you not wish to be in the recording, please ensure your camera is off, prior to the start of the event.

Bayes Centre logo in the middle of a light grey background, forum under the logo alligned to the right
May 30 2022 -

Bayes Centre event: Bayes Forum May - Space Innovation Hub

The Bayes Centre May Forum will cover the Space Innovation Hub; with a variety of speakers with a speciality in Space, demonstrating our end to end space capability both from researchers, students, companies and government sides.