From design and manufacturing to launch pad to recovery and reuse, this series offers solutions to the many challenges of the space industry.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
This series, held in English, is designed for engineers and scientists from industry and research centers who wish to improve their knowledge and efficiency in virtual prototyping software and services.
CHOOSE THE TRACK THAT BEST ADDRESSES YOUR NEEDS.
Each track addresses specific areas along the process required to put humans and rockets in space and
bring them back again. The track is 90 minutes in duration, once a week for four weeks allowing you to
gather this information in an efficient manner while respecting your time.
MAKE & DESIGN
Start Date: Sept 8th
Anticipate and address manufacturing process-related issues to avoid disrupting certification.
Start Date: Sept 9th
Account for load and dynamic requirements such as noise, vibration, harshness during the design stage.
Start Date: Sept 10th
Predict and prepare for in-flight considerations like payload and fluid dynamics, acoustics, and crew comfort and safety.
FLOAT & RETURN
Start Date: Sept 11th