March 6, 2015: third Space Dinner

You can find the presentations of Mr. Pletzer about weightlessness for all and about the the IAC young professionals workshop below.
Presentation Weightlessness for all BeSpace 2015
Presentation IAC IPMC YP Workshop 2015 Promotion

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What?

The flagship annual event of beSPACE, the network for young professionals, young graduates and students with a passion for space, who live, work or study in Belgium. The Space Dinner is first and foremost an opportunity to meet like-minded people in a relaxed atmosphere over a bite and a drink. This is the programme of the evening:

  • 18:45 doors open
  • 19:00 planetarium show (until 19:30 approximately)
  • 19:15 drinks and walking dinner start
  • 20:15 presentations by
    • Vladimir Pletser, senior physicist and engineer at ESA
    • Diego Urbina, MARS500 crew member and systems engineer at Space Applications Services
    • Guillaume Dedeurwaerder from SABCA, about “Towards Ariane 6”
  • 21:15 drinks and networking event
  • 22:30 end

Thanks to the support of our sponsors BHRS, SABCA, QinetiQ Space, Vito, Antwerp Space and the Brussels Planetarium, the beSPACE space dinner is free.

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Who?

All young space professionals and students in and from Belgium are invited. Come over & join beSPACE, meet like-minded people as well as people from industry, academia and public institutions. beSPACE is a community of young space enthusiasts, either from Belgium or living there. We meet up regularly to share experiences and help each other.

Space dinner 2015

Practical information

March 6, 2015. 19h – 23h. Planetarium of the Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels. Boechoutlaan 10 avenue de Bouchout, 1020 Brussels Access by public transport:

  • Metro stop Houba-Brugmann on line 6
  • By train: Brussel-Centraal/Bruxelles-Centrale or Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid, then change to metro
  • By car: some free parking is available. See map below.

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