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Space Café: 33 minutes with Enrico Stoll and Jens Berdermann – beauty and dangerous aspects of space

Our Space Café “33 minutes with Enrico Stoll and Jens Berdermann – beauty and dangerous aspects of space” took place on Tuesday, 9th May. Prof. Enrico Stoll, Space Cafe returner and the Chair of Space Technology at the Technical University Berlin. And Dr. Jens Berdermann, the Acting Director and Department Head of the DLR Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics in Neustrelitz an hour and half north of Berlin. The space cafe took place at the 14th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth System Observation.

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Space Café Israel by Meidad Pariente: Dr. Shimrit Maman – Space4good: from science to Policy

In the Tenth episode of Space Café Israel, Meidad Pariente is in conversation with Dr. Shimrit Maman. Well, there are many things that people don't know about me. I don't know how many people know about me at all. I have to be completely honest, and this is very personal. I rarely update my LinkedIn page. Recently we had this great conference at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, we have a new student community called Space Gurion. And we had astronaut Eitan Stibbe over to speak.

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Space Café: 33 minutes with Heloise Vertadier and Christopher Johnson– Lunar policy handbook: guiding responsible and sustainable development of the moon

Our Space Café “33 minutes with Heloise Vertadier and Chris Johnson – Luna policy handbook: guiding responsible and sustainable development of the moon” took place on Tuesday, 10th April. The Lunar policy handbook is a reference guidebook for government personnel and private actors in the space industry. It is designed to be a high-level guide that is useful for a broad audience of space actors, outlining policy issues and operational considerations related to lunar activities.

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Space Café 33 minutes with Dr. Gilles Rabin– French-German space: of course, I still love you

Our Space Café “33 minutes with Dr Gilles Rabin – French-German Space: Of course, I still love you” took place on Tuesday, 28th March. Gilles is a distinguished economist and space advisor, currently serving at the French Embassy in Berlin. With an impressive career spanning over two decades, he has held key positions in urban planning, economic development, and innovation. His journey began at Bipe Conseil, followed by leadership roles in various urban communities including Nancy, Essone, Greater Lyon, and Nice Metropolis.  Gilles's expertise has been pivotal in advising ministers on decentralisation, SMEs, startups, and research. His tenure as Director of Innovation, Applications, and Science at CNES has further solidified his standing in the space sector.

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Space Café Israel by Meidad Pariente: Arie Halsband – Moving from the classical space industry to New Space

In the Ninth episode of Space Café Israel, Meidad Pariente is in conversation with Arie Halsband. Can you share something personal that isn’t written in your LinkedIn profile? Well, I'm not sure that nobody knows. But I'm enthusiastic about history, and read history books, as a hobby. And I think that history may teach us a lot about events, stressful situations, and how people behave in such situations.

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Space Café Canada by Dr. Jessica West – a Conversation with Hira Nadeem

In a recent episode of Space Café Canada, Dr. Jessica West interviewed Hira Nadeem, a Space Systems Engineer at Planet Labs and co-founder of Zenith Canada Pathways Foundation, which provides internship and mentorship opportunities for students in Canada to support a more inclusive space industry. They discussed Hira's journey into the space industry, her experience working in both Canada and the United States, her initiatives to create opportunities for Canadian students from all backgrounds in space-related fields, and the need for industry to pursue talent recruitment and retention through more intentional designs that nurture diversity from young hires through leadership positions.

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