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Pre-Satuccino Workshop

  • Satellite Applications Catapult Electron Building, Fermi Avenue Didcot, England, OX11 United Kingdom (map)
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What you need to know and how to apply for funding from the FAIR-SPACE Hub Innovation Project & Partnership Programme

This workshop will be delivered by Ann Swift, Partnership manager, FAIR-SPACE Hub.

The Future AI and Robotics for Space (FAIR-SPACE) Hub brings together leading experts from academia, industry and governments, and aims at pushing the boundary of AI robotics for future space utilization and exploration. In the immediate term, the Hub will help advance knowledge and technologies in orbital manipulation, extra-terrestrial vehicles, and robotic support for astronaut missions. These directly address technical priorities in the space sector worldwide. In the long term, the Hub will help transfer the field to a new era by achieving long-lived robotic operations in space.

Ann is the Partnership Manager at the Hub and is keen to promote collaboration between the hub, industry and academia wherever possible. This includes a number of opportunities that include funding for University innovation projects, funding to provide access to facilities at the Hub Labs, funding to support secondments and placements, as well as the Ambassador programme.

The workshop will cover:
An introduction to the Hub's Research programme
An introduction to the Funding programmes and how to apply

Why should you attend?
This session aims to provide clarity on how Hub funding works and whether you can access the funding yourself, or need to find partners to work with us.
You will gain insights into the ambitions of the Hub and its long term goals in order to ensure your application is appropriate.

You will be presented with an overview of the FAIR-SPACE Hub Research Programme to help you determine where your ideas might fit into our programme.

Who should attend?
Anyone thinking they might apply, or could apply. You will need to be working in a robotics areas, or keen to do so, or have some great AI space robotics applications.

A link to register for the event will be added once registration opens.

Earlier Event: September 24
UK Space Conference 2019
Later Event: October 21
IAC 2019