Human Factor in the Settlement of the Moon and Mission Operations Workshop
Human spaceflight is one of the great achievements of the modern age. Inventors, engineers, scientists, and visionaries press ahead to explore space and develop the technology for sustainable existence of life not only on the orbit but further on Moon and Mars. This workshop elaborates actual state of the art of modern space research and engineering oriented on survival in extreme environments.
We invite passionated students interested to learn about interdisciplinary aspects of stay in space such as life support systems on the International Space Station, human factors, operations and procedures providing safety onboard of the spaceship.
Each participant will experience life in the lunar base simulator as well as controlling the mission in the Mission Control Centre and planning mission experiments. During the workshop, students will obtain educational materials, perform multiple practical physiological tests in the laboratory such as bioimpedance, ultrasound imaging, cognitive tests and certificates at the end of the workshop.
Location: Hotel Panorama, Rzepiennik Biskupi 207A, 33-163 Rzepiennik Strzyżewski
Workshop Fee: 400 EUR
All interested in participation candidates are requested to do 3 tasks in advance:
Task 1. Register to the event here
Task 2. Fill in the Astronaut Selection Questionnaire here
Task 3. Pay the workshop fee
Thank you for consideration! Can’t wait to meet you in Poland!