SCI Science Workshop 15


Akersloot, Netherlands

30 Nov - 2 Dec 2022



The 15th Science Workshop (SSW) will take place during the period 30 Nov - 2 Dec 2022, in The Netherlands.

The main purpose of this workshop is to present and discuss the science research that scientists in SCI-S and 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. As per the experience gained in the previous few such meetings, this year’s is also being arranged off-site and on a residential basis as this additionally gives us the opportunity to get to know our colleagues better.


Organising Committee

This event is co-organised by SCI-S, the ESTEC Faculty and the ESAC+STScI Faculty.

  • Lisanne Braat (ESTEC) 
  • Jos de Bruijne (ESTEC) 
  • Ana Heras (ESTEC) 
  • Marcos Lopez Caniego (ESAC) 
  • Giovanna Giardino (ESTEC) 
  • Matteo Guainazzi (ESTEC) 
  • Maximilian Guenther (ESTEC) 
  • Laura Hayes (ESTEC) 
  • Peter Kretschmar (ESAC) 
  • Erik Kuulkers (ESTEC) 
  • Theresa Lueftinger (ESTEC) 
  • Bruno Merin (ESAC) 
  • Sophie Musset (ESTEC) 
  • Chris Nelson (ESTEC) 
  • Jan-Uwe Ness (ESAC) 
  • Tim Rawle (STScI) 
  • Lucie Riu (ESAC) 
  • Paule Sonnentrucker (STScI) 
  • Jan Tauber (ESTEC) 
  • Colin Wilson (ESTEC) 
  • Jack Wright (ESAC) 
  • Mylene Riemens (ESTEC) 
  • Alba Alcol (ESAC)  


Important Dates: 


  • Deadline for registration:               02 September 2022
  • Deadline for abstract submission: 30 September 2022 
    • You are welcome to submit up to two abstracts as first author, but the second one should be a poster abstract by default.     
  • Deadline for poster submission:    21 November 2022 


Code of Conduct

All registered participants are expected to take note of the SSW Code of Conduct

It was also reminded that all work at ESA requires following the ESA Behavioural Guide.



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