The 11th Deep Space Probe Symposium "FRONTIER STAR -Fly Me to Space from Kashiwa-"
- Press Release
Graduate School of Frontier Science is offering "Deep Space Education Program (DESP)" in which you can learn from the basic to application of the overall and integrated research of science and engineering. The program covers from the scientific significance of the deep space＊１probe to the mission planning including observation equipment and the probe system.
In this symposium, research on the space science technology and human resource training at GSFS for this field will be introduced. Moreover, the inauguration speech for the space probe and development plan "Frontier Star Plan*2" starting at the Kashiwa Campus of the University of Tokyo soon will be made.
*1: Deep space: the moon and heavenly bodies farther than the moon
*2: The name of the plan is not officially fixed yet.
|Tuesday, August 2, 2022, 10:20 am - 5:00 pm|
Advance Registration is required through the link below.
Graduate School of Frontier Science, the University of Tokyo
|10:25 am|| Opening Remarks
（Dean of GSFS, the University of Tokyo, Professor）
[Part 1] The Space within a Reaching Distance from Kashiwa
"Connecting Kashiwa and the Space by Radio Waves: Smart GS"
|12:10 pm||Lunch Break (65 minutes)|
|1:15 pm||＜Afternoon Session＞|
|"Water is Fuel: A Venture Business by Innovative Rocket Technology"
Assistant Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
"Innovative Satellite Technology Demonstration Program by JAXA"
Research and Development Directorate, JAXA
"Observing the Edge of the Atmosphere with Subminiature Camera"
Lecturer, Department of Complexity Science and Engineering, GSFS, the University of Tokyo
"New Idea for Solar System Probe by Small Spacecrafts"
|2:55 pm||Break (15 minutes)|
|3:10 pm||[ Part 2] Planning Meeting for "Frontier Star No. 1"|
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