SSW-14 - SSW
The 14th SCI Science Workshop
The main purpose of this workshop is to present and discuss the science research that scientists in SCI are doing. It is an opportunity to "stretch" our abilities by trying to understand topics which we do not normally follow. It allows us to broaden our skill set and foster inter site as well as inter project cooperation in research activities.
The 14th SCI Science Workshop will take place from the afternoon of Wednesday Nov 10 until the afternoon of Friday Nov 12 2021 in the historic town of Aranjuez, which is located around 50 km south of Madrid, Spain.
Active scientists in SCI-O (ESA employed or not) are strongly encouraged to attend. Each active scientist is encouraged to make a contribution (verbal or poster) about his/her work. For Research Fellows - the only full-time researchers in the Directorate - as well as recipients of Directorate research funds, are expected to make a contribution.
- Alba Alcol (ESAC)
- Ines Belgacem (ESAC RF)
- Johannes Benkhoff (ESTEC)
- Isabel Caballero (ESAC)
- Patricia Cruz (CAB)
- Matteo Guainazzi (ESTEC)
- Oliver Jennrich (ESTEC)
- Tereza Jerabkova (ESTEC RF)
- Erik Kuulkers (ESTEC)
- Alvaro Labiano (CAB)
- Andrew Lobban (ESAC RF)
- Marcos Lopez-Caniego (ESAC)
- Jan-Uwe Ness (ESAC)
- Theresa Rank-Lüftinger (ESTEC)
- Tim Rawle (Baltimore)
- Mylene Riemens (ESTEC)
- Jan Tauber (ESTEC)
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Please read carefully the following two documents explaining the Health and Safety measures that need to be followed in the Bus to/from Aranjuez and in the Hotel itself:
During registration, attendees will be asked to confirm that they have read these measures during the Registration process. Attendees should understand that they may disagree with the Health and Safety Protocols but can then not participate in person but only virtually.
Please read carefully the following document explaining the SSW Privacy Notice.
- Privacy Notice for data collected during registration
- Privacy Notice for the virtual socializing platform wonder.me
The Privacy Notices explain in detail which personal data are collected and what are the legitimate purposes.
During registration, attendees will be asked to confirm having read the terms in the Privacy Notice. Attendees should understand that they may disagree with the terms for using wonder.me in which case they cannot use this tool. There will be no disadvantage in not using this platform.
This event is co-organised by SCI-S, ESAC+Baltimore and ESTEC Science Faculty.