16 April – Space Hub Lund 2020 webinar

Event Date: 2020-04-16  

16 April – Space Hub Lund 2020 webinar

 

Welcome to Space Hub Lund’s free 3-section webinar on Thursday, April 16th, 08.30 am. to 10:30 am. Register and receive instructions for how to connect to our event through this link. It will be streamed live from this page or from Future by Lunds Facebook site.

Space Hub Lund has since its first session on 20 November 2019, identified several initiatives and started to interconnect  competencies in Lund, Skåne and Sweden with global organizations.

The intention with Space Hub Lund, being a part of Future by Lund, is to focus on how Space technology, material and circular systems can enable solutions connected to sustainable cities on earth. The role of Space Hub is to connect people and organizations, enabling them to move from idea to realized value as smoothly and successfully as possible.

INTRODUCTION – UTILIZING SPACE TECHNOLOGY ON EARTH

SECTION ONE – LUND A RESOURCEFUL CITY

Lund already has an exciting foundation enabling a vibrant and collaborative Space Hub of education, research, innovation and business development.

MAX IV Laboratory – materials science and research opportunitets for industry, Magnus Larsson, Head of Industrial Relations, MAX IV Laboratory

Space research and its connection to Lund, David Hobbs, Associated Professor, Lund’s Observatory

Nanolund: a great place to do nanoscience, Magnus Borgström, Professor at Solid State Physics, Nano Lund

WHAT WOULD BE THE VALUE OF CONNECTING OUR RESOURCES IN LUND? a dialogue between our speakers

SECTION TWO – INITIATIVES ON THE MOVE

To provide you with learnings and insights and inspire to taking your own initiative forward, we present three kicking initiatives – all in some way embracing the art of material science.

Endurable solar panels in space, an innovative project within the framework of NanoLund, Lund University. Enrique Barrigon, Postdoctoral fellow at Solid State Physics, Lunds University

Building a sustainable, autonomous and mobile pre-school, utilizing experiences from ESA’s MELiSSA project on circular systems and economy. Christian Wilke, Architect and Initiative owner

How can a global industry player based in Lund, develop the next generation heat exchangers, by means of material research from ESA? Magnus Nilsson Head of R&D, Alfa Laval

WHAT SUPPORT IS NEEDED AS WE GO FROM IDEA TO REALIZED VALUE? a dialogue between our speakers

SECTION THREE – LUND IN THE WORLD AND THE WORLD IN LUND

The combination of knowledge and resources from the Swedish National Space Agency and the European Space Agency, make ground for exciting establishments in Lund.

Resources and experiences ESA LAB , Dr. Ulrike Bohlmann, Senior Administrator at ESA

Strategic networks and financing Swedish National Space Agency, Tobias Edman, Head of Innovation, Public Benefit, SNSA

HOW DO WE INTERCONNECT RESOURCES AND ENABLE SUPPORT IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT? a dialogue between our speakers