Summer Training

THEORETICAL TRAINING

One-week duration



Theoretical training consists of about 20 lectures, these lectures will give all participants a baseline of space knowledge concerning:

  • Introduction
  • Space Environment
  • Satellite Thermal Control
  • Satellite Orbits
  • Satellite Systems
  • Satellite missions
  • Satellite Structure
  • Satellite Power Subsystem
  • Comm Subsystem
  • Satellite Telemetry
  • OBC Subsystem
  • ADCS
  • Payload Subsystem
  • Antenna Subsystem
  • Flight Control Center
  • Ground Stations
  • CDC
  • AIT
  • Frequency Coordination
  • Quality Assurance
  • Valid Candidates

    • All Engineering and Science Faculties Students (Final and Pre-Final Years)
  • Training Type

    • Theoretical 20 Lectures
  • Instructors

    • ESA Space Experts


PRACTICAL TRAINING

four weeks duration

It is a “task-oriented” mini-project training, in which students will use their knowledge and skills gained during their study life and the space knowledge gained during the theoretical training to develop satellite sub-modules (hardware and software). During these training, space Experts will supervise the students in their practical work, and the academic staff will mentor the students to develop the required modules as planned.

Practical Training will be limited to simulations for HW modules and full SW projects Due to using the online training type this year

The objectives of Practical Training are to develop mini-projects related to space technology fields, to prepare students for the next year graduation project, to measure how much each university can develop the next graduation project, to define the weakness and strength points of each university to identify which category of subsystems each university can participate in and to select the groups that could participate in the EUS project 2021.

  • Valid Candidates

    • Final Years Students how pass the theoretical training
  • Training Type

    • Mini-Pilot of Projects
  • Instructors

    • ESA Space Experts