In this episode of Space Café Radio, SpaceWatch.Global’s publisher, Torsten Kriening, has an exciting conversation with Prof Bertrand Goldman, Associate Professor and Research Facilitator of the International Space University and a resident faculty on the Central Campus, about the news from ISU and the new program.
Bertrand has contributed as Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator to various observing astronomy projects related to the study of brown dwarfs and ultra-cool dwarfs, the search for Galactic dark matter, and the study of nearby open clusters and moving streams. He served as EU expert for the CoFUND programs, in telescope time allocation committees for the Calar Altar and European Southern Observatories, and chaired the Science Policy Oversight Committee of the Pan-STARRS1 Consortium.
The Master’s program in Space Studies is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the rapidly evolving space sector. The program covers all space domains and a wide range of topics.
Graduates of the program will have a deep understanding of space engineering, space applications, space exploration, and the physical and life sciences of the space environment. They will also be familiar with space policies and regulations and will have the ability to critically evaluate knowledge across a variety of disciplines. The program also emphasizes entrepreneurial aspects, preparing students to establish and fund space startups and master project management techniques.
If you are interested in a career in the space sector, the Master’s program in Space Studies is the perfect program for you.
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