ESPACE - Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology - an international Master's Program at the Technische Universität München for Space Engineering and its applications: Earth System Science, Remote Sensing, and Navigation
ESPACE's primary goal is to educate future satellite application engineers. Students gain fundamental knowledge in space engineering and specialize in satellite applications related to navigation, remote sensing and Earth system science. This combination of disciplines distinguishes ESPACE from other master's programs in related fields.
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ESPACE students on the fall excursion to Wettzell, the geodetic observatory in the Bavarian Forest.
Within the course of Earth Observation Satellite Mission Data Analysis according to Software Engineering Standards five students of the ESPACE Master Programme submitted a proposal for the Copernicus Masters University Challenge 2018. Their concept of a smart marine safety routing application for small-scale vessels includes the consideration of all kind of environmental and marine traffic factors and is available for PCs as well as mobile phones. The students could convince the jury, and move to the final round by prevailing over a variety of applicants, that come from more than 10 countries. On December 4th the winners will be announced within the scope of the European Space Week in Marseille, France.
The Copernicus Masters University Challenge is open for students and research associate from all over the world who submit their innovative Earth observation solutions.