Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recommendations to restrict public gatherings of more than 100 people announced by the Croatian Institute of Public Health, the 2nd Zagreb Cubesat Workshop is postponed indefinitely. The new dates will be determined later, announced here and sent to the registered participants.
2nd Zagreb Cubesat Workshop
About the workshop
Join us on
16th and 17th March 2020 on FER, on this unique event which gathers experts from industry and academia who actively pursue their technology development and research in space.
Learn first-hand about building, testing and launching nanosatellites in space, how technology and products from Croatia's companies are involved in space industry, about the first Croatia's student cubesat project FERSAT and student experience gained one year after the start of the project, and how to get involved as student or company into the Crosperity platform and FERSAT cubesat project.
Invited special talks
- Prof. Adriano Camps, UPC Barcelona, Spain
project leader on several successful University cubesat missions
- Walter Ballheimer, CEO – German Orbital Systems GmbH, Berlin, Germany
successful launch of more than 20 cubesat missions
- Prof. Željko Bačić, UNIZG-GEOF
Copernicus Hackathon Zagreb coordinator
- Prof. Dubravko Babić, UNIZG-FER
Crosperity & FERSat principle investigator
- Companies: Geolux, Ultima, Amphinicy Technologies, HERE Technologies
- Copernicus Hackathon & Accelerator teams (MIOC 1, MIOC 2, Coprnicus, CROGIS)
- Stefan Cikota, UNIZG-FER, Astrophysicist
- team behind PERUN I – Croatian satellite
The workshop is organized by the Department of Wireless Communications (ZRK), University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, with the support of the project "CROSPERITY - Platform for Satellite Measurement of Electromagnetic Radiation" (HRZZ IP-01-2018/2504) and our industrial partners Croatel d.o.o, Geolux doo. and Ultima d.o.o.
The main sponsor is the Ministry of Science and Education within the framework of the European Union Research and Innovation Framework Program and the Euratom Program, and the promotion of space and space technology initiatives.
Also sponsored by IEEE Croatia section chapters: Aerospace and Electronic Systems/Geoscience and Remote Sensing Joint Chapter (AES/GRS), Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT) and Antennas and Propagation Chapter (AP).
Participants should register here. Participation is free of charge, but the numer of participants is limited by the available space.
Registered participants will have access to closed sessions, and lunch and coffee breaks.
Plenary talks will be held in D2 auditorium in the morning session every day, which will be open for everyone.
Afternoon sessions will be held in A302 auditorium and will be open for registered participants only.
Check out the schedule under the Programme page.
Check out what the first edition looked like here
Also check out the ICECOM 2019 version here