We invite you to take part in the 2nd PocketQube Workshop (2018), which will be held on 22nd and 23rd of March 2018 in Delft, the Netherlands.
You can apply for registration by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org . Registration closes on the 16th of March or when the capacity limit is reached. Because of the limited capacity, the organisation reserves the right to select participants based on criteria which allows for the best representation of the PocketQube community. Your registration is final when you receive a confirmation by email.
Attendance to the workshop is free of charge! Facilities, coffee breaks, lunch and the reception are offered to you by Delft University of Technology.
PocketQubes are very small satellites, comprising of one or more cubic units of approximately 5 cm. They are similar to the successful CubeSat form factor, but are one order of magnitude smaller and belonging to the class of picosatellites (100 g – 1000 g). They provide an excellent platform for demonstrating highly miniaturized space systems at low cost. In the future, vast networks of these tiny satellites may provide currently unforeseen applications. The PocketQube community today is relatively small and they are not yet specifically addressed at major conferences. The goal of this workshop is to offer a venue to foster collaboration and understanding on this emerging topic.
All the information about the workshop is available there.