Workshop: second announcement - Voyage 2050
Second Announcement: Voyage 2050 workshop
Shaping the European Space Agency’s space science plan for 2035-2050
29 – 31 October 2019, Madrid, Spain
Registration is now open
|Message for potential participants of the Voyage 2050 workshop |
The Voyage 2050 Workshop is organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) and any correspondence related to the workshop is via official ESA email addresses. We have been made aware of some companies offering to arrange accommodation for potential participants of the workshop. This service has not been requested by ESA and is not authorised by ESA.
2 September 2019
Registration is now open for the ESA Voyage 2050 workshop to be held at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Calle Serrano 117, Madrid, Spain, from Tuesday 29 October to Thursday 31 October, 2019.
The focus of this workshop will be presentations and discussions related to the White Paper proposals that have been submitted by the broad scientific community for Voyage 2050, the next planning cycle of the ESA Science Programme. The White Papers are available to download from: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/voyage-2050/white-papers
Since capacity at CSIC is limited, anyone wishing to attend must register to express interest in attending (all or part of) the workshop. Confirmation of assigned places at the workshop will be provided by 7 October.
The workshop will be streamed live but no recording will be made available after the event.
There is no workshop fee. Lunch will be provided to participants.
To register your interest in attending the workshop, please complete the online registration form at: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/voyage-2050-workshop/registration
|2 September||Second announcement: Registration opens|
|23 September||Final Programme available|
|30 September||Registration closes at 12:00 CEST|
|29 – 31 October 2019||Workshop|
Details of the Voyage 2050 process can be found at: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/voyage-2050
About Voyage 2050
The European Space Agency (ESA) Science Programme relies on long-term planning of its scientific priorities. The current plan, Cosmic Vision, which comprises a variety of missions and extends up to 2035, defines the wide-ranging and ambitious scientific questions to be addressed by missions in the ESA Science Programme.